Walsh, Joe

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Walsh, Joe - Barnstorm Barnstorm
Pop New - LP DSX 50130 Dunhill
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. CC.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - But Seriously Folks But Seriously Folks
Pop New - LP 6E 141 Asylum
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. “As Far As Studio Albums Go, But Seriously Folks Is Joe Walsh's Most Insightful And Melodic. But Seriously Folks, Released In 1978, Was The Album The Eagles Should Have Made Rather Than The Mediocre The Long Run. It Captures A Reflective Song Cycle Along The Same Thematic Lines Of Pet Sounds, Only For The '70s. The Album's Introspective Outlook Glides Through Rejuvenation ("Tomorrow," "Over And Over"), Recapturing The Simple Pleasures Of The Past ("Indian Summer"), Mid-Career Indecision ("At The Station," "Second Hand Store"), And A Melancholy Instrumental ("Theme From Boat Weirdos"). The Disc's Finale, "Life's Been Good," Is A Sarcastic And Bittersweet Ode To Walsh's "Rock Star-Party Guy" Persona Which Reached The Top 10 On The Pop Charts And Became A Staple Of FM Rock Radio. The Only Way But Seriously Folks Could Have Been Improved, Was To Include "In The City," Essentially Solo Walsh, Which Unfortunately Ended Up On The Long Run Instead.” Al Campbell, All Music.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - So What So What
Pop Used - LP DSD 50171 ABC
Beautiful 1974 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes The Rare, Embossed Inner. Dead Wax Reads: "That's No Banana! That's My Noze."... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - You Bought It-You Name It You Bought It-You Name It
Pop New - LP FM 23884 Warner
Sealed 1973 Original. Small Saw-Cut.... more details
 
No Image
Available
The Radio Song
Pop Used - 12 PRO A 2756 Warner
Rare 1987 12" Picture Sleeve.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Confessor Confessor
Pop New - LP 25281 Warner
Sealed 1983 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
No Image
Available
The Confessor
Pop Audiophile - LP 25281 Quiex II
Hard To Find Quiex II Virgin Vinyl Version. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. ... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - You Bought It-You Name It You Bought It-You Name It
Pop New - LP 23884 Full Moon
Sealed 1983 Vinyl Rarity. ... more details
 
No Image
Available
Rocky Mountain Way
Pop Picture Disc MCATP 787A MCA
1974 2 Track 12 Inch Picture Disc. ... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Got Any Gum? Got Any Gum?
Pop New - LP 25606 Warner
Sealed 1987 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Confessor Confessor
Pop Audiophile - LP 25281 Warner
1985 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket. Pressed On Premium Quiex II Vinyl. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Got Any Gum? Got Any Gum?
Pop New - LP 25606 Asylum
Sealed 1987 Original. Saw-Cut.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind
Pop New - LP ABCD 932 ABC
Sealed 1976 Original, CC.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Barnstorm Barnstorm
Pop Used - LP DSX 50130 Dunhill
1972 Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Joe Walsh's First Solo Album After Leaving The James Gang, Garnered Him Fame Not Only As A Guitarist But Also As A Songwriter. While It's True That Walsh Established Himself As A Late-'60s/Early-'70s Guitar Hero On The Gang's More Boogie-Oriented Rock Numbers, It's Walsh's Love Of Lushly Textured Production And Spacey, Open-Ended Songs Featuring Both Acoustic And Electric Guitars That Is Showcased Here On This Wildly Adventurous And Forgotten Unqualified Masterpiece. Recorded At The Caribou Ranch In Nederland, CO, Barnstorm Reflects The Big Sky And Wide Open Spaces. Accompanied By Bassist Kenny Passarelli And Drummer Joe Vitale, Walsh Freely Indulges Himself With Fat Guitars And Keyboards, Beautiful Choruses, Country Tinges, And Pastoral Pop Hooks, As Evidenced By The Glorious Opener, "Here We Go." This Segues, Via The Sound Of A Spooky Lonesome Wind, Into The Hauntingly Beautiful Psychedelic Country Tune "Midnight Visitor," With Elegantly Woven Acoustic Guitars, Fat Carnival Organ Sounds, And -- Of Course -- The Sound Of The Wind Before It Slips Out The Back Door. Everywhere On The Album's Front Half, Reverie And American Mythological Archetypes And History Weave Together, Displacing The Listener From The Here And Now. The Openly Pastoral Country-Tinged Rock Of The Album's Second Half Signifies Walsh's Considerable Gifts As A Songwriter Who Uses His Guitar As A Dreamy, Mercurial Narrative Device, As Signified By The Masterpiece "Birdcall Morning" -- One Of The Greatest Rock & Roll Love Songs Of The Early '70s. Barnstorm Was Also The First Place That Walsh's Classic "Turn To Stone" Nugget Ever Appeared. In Its Original Version, Its Guitars Have Far More Edge, Sinew, And Raw Power Than On Its Subsequent Re-Recording. This Album Leaves The Listener Literally Stunned At What Has Just Transpired In The Space Of 35 Minutes.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
Pop New - LP DSX 50140 Dunhill
Sealed 1973 Yellow Label Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Cut Corner. Shrink Wrap Intact. “The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get, Joe Walsh's Second Solo Studio Album, Continues The Heavy And Light Rock Mix Of Tracks Found On His Previous Release, Barnstorm. Indeed, The Opening Two Tracks Bear This Out. The First, Perhaps Walsh's Most Recognized Track, "Rocky Mountain Way," Comes Replete With Overly Distorted Guitars And The Obligatory Solo. The Next Song, "Book Ends," Is A Tuneful Ode To Happy Memories. Walsh's Ability To Swing Wildly From One End Of The Rock Scale To The Other Is Unparalleled And Makes For An Album To Suit Many Tastes. Joe Vitale (Drums, Flute, Backing Vocals, Keyboards, And Synthesizers – A Talented Man) And Kenny Passarelli (Bass And Backing Vocals) Are Once Again Employed, And Once Again Prove Themselves Adept At Handling Walsh's Various Styles. The Album Sees An Addition To The Backing Band In The Form Of Rocke Grace On Keyboards And Vocals. The Legendary Bill Szymczyk Works Along With Walsh To Handle The Production, And Takes Care Of The Mixing. Szymczyk's Work On This Area Is, As Always, Astounding. The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get Features Some Of The Most Remembered Joe Walsh Tracks, But It's Not Just These That Make The Album A Success. Each Of The Nine Tracks Is A Song To Be Proud Of. This Is A Superb Album By Anyone's Standards.” Ben Davies, AMG.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - But Seriously Folks But Seriously Folks
Pop Used - LP P 10397Y Asylum
1978 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With White Sample Sticker On Front Cover. Includes Fold Out Insert. Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
Pop Used - LP YQ-8018-AB ABC
Beautiful Japanese Gatefold Pressing With Obi And Insert. Some Light Rubbing On Seams.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Barnstorm Barnstorm
Pop Used - LP DSX 50130 Dunhill
1972 Gatefold Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Rear Top Of Gatefold Has A Small Seam Split. “Joe Walsh's First Solo Album After Leaving The James Gang, Garnered Him Fame Not Only As A Guitarist But Also As A Songwriter. While It's True That Walsh Established Himself As A Late-'60s/Early-'70s Guitar Hero On The Gang's More Boogie-Oriented Rock Numbers, It's Walsh's Love Of Lushly Textured Production And Spacey, Open-Ended Songs Featuring Both Acoustic And Electric Guitars That Is Showcased Here On This Wildly Adventurous And Forgotten Unqualified Masterpiece. Recorded At The Caribou Ranch In Nederland, CO, Barnstorm Reflects The Big Sky And Wide Open Spaces. Accompanied By Bassist Kenny Passarelli And Drummer Joe Vitale, Walsh Freely Indulges Himself With Fat Guitars And Keyboards, Beautiful Choruses, Country Tinges, And Pastoral Pop Hooks, As Evidenced By The Glorious Opener, "Here We Go." This Segues, Via The Sound Of A Spooky Lonesome Wind, Into The Hauntingly Beautiful Psychedelic Country Tune "Midnight Visitor," With Elegantly Woven Acoustic Guitars, Fat Carnival Organ Sounds, And -- Of Course -- The Sound Of The Wind Before It Slips Out The Back Door. Everywhere On The Album's Front Half, Reverie And American Mythological Archetypes And History Weave Together, Displacing The Listener From The Here And Now. The Openly Pastoral Country-Tinged Rock Of The Album's Second Half Signifies Walsh's Considerable Gifts As A Songwriter Who Uses His Guitar As A Dreamy, Mercurial Narrative Device, As Signified By The Masterpiece "Birdcall Morning" -- One Of The Greatest Rock & Roll Love Songs Of The Early '70s. Barnstorm Was Also The First Place That Walsh's Classic "Turn To Stone" Nugget Ever Appeared. In Its Original Version, Its Guitars Have Far More Edge, Sinew, And Raw Power Than On Its Subsequent Re-Recording. This Album Leaves The Listener Literally Stunned At What Has Just Transpired In The Space Of 35 Minutes.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - So What So What
Pop Used - LP DSD 50171 ABC
Beautiful 1974 Embossed Cover Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes The Embossed Inner Sleeve. Small COH. Dead Wax Reads: "That's No Banana! That's My Noze."... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - But Seriously Folks But Seriously Folks
Pop New - LP 6E 141 Asylum
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Saw Cut. “As Far As Studio Albums Go, But Seriously Folks Is Joe Walsh's Most Insightful And Melodic. But Seriously Folks, Released In 1978, Was The Album The Eagles Should Have Made Rather Than The Mediocre The Long Run. It Captures A Reflective Song Cycle Along The Same Thematic Lines Of Pet Sounds, Only For The '70s. The Album's Introspective Outlook Glides Through Rejuvenation ("Tomorrow," "Over And Over"), Recapturing The Simple Pleasures Of The Past ("Indian Summer"), Mid-Career Indecision ("At The Station," "Second Hand Store"), And A Melancholy Instrumental ("Theme From Boat Weirdos"). The Disc's Finale, "Life's Been Good," Is A Sarcastic And Bittersweet Ode To Walsh's "Rock Star-Party Guy" Persona Which Reached The Top 10 On The Pop Charts And Became A Staple Of FM Rock Radio. The Only Way But Seriously Folks Could Have Been Improved, Was To Include "In The City," Essentially Solo Walsh, Which Unfortunately Ended Up On The Long Run Instead.” Al Campbell, All Music.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Analog Man Analog Man
Pop New - LP FAN 33839 Fantasy
Sealed 2012 180gm Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Produced By Jeff Lynne. Walsh's First Solo Outing In 20 Years!... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - So What So What
Pop New - LP DSD 50171 ABC
Sealed 1974 Original, Small CC. Includes The Rare, Embossed Inner. Dead Wax Reads: "That's No Banana! That's My Noze."... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind
Pop New - LP ABCD 932 ABC
Sealed 1976 Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - But Seriously Folks But Seriously Folks
Pop Used - LP 6E 141 Elektra
1978 White Label Promo Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “As Far As Studio Albums Go, But Seriously Folks Is Joe Walsh's Most Insightful And Melodic. But Seriously Folks, Released In 1978, Was The Album The Eagles Should Have Made Rather Than The Mediocre The Long Run. It Captures A Reflective Song Cycle Along The Same Thematic Lines Of Pet Sounds, Only For The '70s. The Album's Introspective Outlook Glides Through Rejuvenation ("Tomorrow," "Over And Over"), Recapturing The Simple Pleasures Of The Past ("Indian Summer"), Mid-Career Indecision ("At The Station," "Second Hand Store"), And A Melancholy Instrumental ("Theme From Boat Weirdos"). The Disc's Finale, "Life's Been Good," Is A Sarcastic And Bittersweet Ode To Walsh's "Rock Star-Party Guy" Persona Which Reached The Top 10 On The Pop Charts And Became A Staple Of FM Rock Radio. The Only Way But Seriously Folks Could Have Been Improved, Was To Include "In The City," Essentially Solo Walsh, Which Unfortunately Ended Up On The Long Run Instead.” Al Campbell, All Music.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
Pop Quad - LP CQD 40016 ABC Command Quadraphonic
1973 Gatefold Quadraphonic LP. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - There Goes The Neighborhood There Goes The Neighborhood
Pop New - LP 5E 523 Elektra
Sealed 1981 Original With The Rare "A Life Of Illusion" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Joe Walsh's Long And Varied Career Has Had Its Ups And Downs, To Say The Least. Here, You See Walsh In Good Old Rock Form. The Opening Track, "Things," Pretty Much Defines It All: Drum Beat Intro, A Simple Riff Kicks In, A Few Synths, And Then Walsh's Lead -- It's This Simple Formula That Gives The Album Its Charm. This Is Early '80s Rock In Its Most Entertaining And Fun Form. Walsh's Lead Guitar Is, As Always, Breathtaking. The Rock Legend's Trademark Sound Is Prominently Featured Throughout The Album, And Undoubtedly Here He Performs Some Of His Finest Solos. The Only Qualm That One Can Pick Is That The Whole Album Is In A Much-Similar Vein. This Is Classic Rock, Though: Once You Start, You Want More. There Goes The Neighborhood Is By Far One Of Joe Walsh's Greatest Works, Particularly From This Era. Indeed, After The Three-Year Absence In Solo Releases, Walsh Proved Himself Ready And Able To Adapt To The Sound Of The Time With Shocking Ability.” Ben Davies, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - Barnstorm Barnstorm
Pop New - LP DSX 50130 Dunhill
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original With Gold MCA Platinum Plus Stamp On Cover. Small Area Of Bottom Left Corner Of Jacket Is Slightly Wavy, Hence Drastically Reduced Price. “Joe Walsh's First Solo Album After Leaving The James Gang, Garnered Him Fame Not Only As A Guitarist But Also As A Songwriter. While It's True That Walsh Established Himself As A Late-'60s/Early-'70s Guitar Hero On The Gang's More Boogie-Oriented Rock Numbers, It's Walsh's Love Of Lushly Textured Production And Spacey, Open-Ended Songs Featuring Both Acoustic And Electric Guitars That Is Showcased Here On This Wildly Adventurous And Forgotten Unqualified Masterpiece. Recorded At The Caribou Ranch In Nederland, CO, Barnstorm Reflects The Big Sky And Wide Open Spaces. Accompanied By Bassist Kenny Passarelli And Drummer Joe Vitale, Walsh Freely Indulges Himself With Fat Guitars And Keyboards, Beautiful Choruses, Country Tinges, And Pastoral Pop Hooks, As Evidenced By The Glorious Opener, "Here We Go." This Segues, Via The Sound Of A Spooky Lonesome Wind, Into The Hauntingly Beautiful Psychedelic Country Tune "Midnight Visitor," With Elegantly Woven Acoustic Guitars, Fat Carnival Organ Sounds, And -- Of Course -- The Sound Of The Wind Before It Slips Out The Back Door. Everywhere On The Album's Front Half, Reverie And American Mythological Archetypes And History Weave Together, Displacing The Listener From The Here And Now. The Openly Pastoral Country-Tinged Rock Of The Album's Second Half Signifies Walsh's Considerable Gifts As A Songwriter Who Uses His Guitar As A Dreamy, Mercurial Narrative Device, As Signified By The Masterpiece "Birdcall Morning" -- One Of The Greatest Rock & Roll Love Songs Of The Early '70s. Barnstorm Was Also The First Place That Walsh's Classic "Turn To Stone" Nugget Ever Appeared. In Its Original Version, Its Guitars Have Far More Edge, Sinew, And Raw Power Than On Its Subsequent Re-Recording. This Album Leaves The Listener Literally Stunned At What Has Just Transpired In The Space Of 35 Minutes.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - There Goes The Neighborhood There Goes The Neighborhood
Pop New - LP 5E 523 Elektra
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. “Joe Walsh's Long And Varied Career Has Had Its Ups And Downs, To Say The Least. Here, You See Walsh In Good Old Rock Form. The Opening Track, "Things," Pretty Much Defines It All: Drum Beat Intro, A Simple Riff Kicks In, A Few Synths, And Then Walsh's Lead -- It's This Simple Formula That Gives The Album Its Charm. This Is Early '80s Rock In Its Most Entertaining And Fun Form. Walsh's Lead Guitar Is, As Always, Breathtaking. The Rock Legend's Trademark Sound Is Prominently Featured Throughout The Album, And Undoubtedly Here He Performs Some Of His Finest Solos. The Only Qualm That One Can Pick Is That The Whole Album Is In A Much-Similar Vein. This Is Classic Rock, Though: Once You Start, You Want More. There Goes The Neighborhood Is By Far One Of Joe Walsh's Greatest Works, Particularly From This Era. Indeed, After The Three-Year Absence In Solo Releases, Walsh Proved Himself Ready And Able To Adapt To The Sound Of The Time With Shocking Ability.” Ben Davies, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind
Pop New - LP ABCD 932 ABC
Sealed 1976 Original Pressing With Gold MCA Platinum Plus Stamp On Front Cover.... more details
 
Walsh, Joe - There Goes The Neighborhood There Goes The Neighborhood
Pop New - LP 5E 523 Elektra
Sealed 1981 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Joe Walsh's Long And Varied Career Has Had Its Ups And Downs, To Say The Least. Here, You See Walsh In Good Old Rock Form. The Opening Track, "Things," Pretty Much Defines It All: Drum Beat Intro, A Simple Riff Kicks In, A Few Synths, And Then Walsh's Lead -- It's This Simple Formula That Gives The Album Its Charm. This Is Early '80s Rock In Its Most Entertaining And Fun Form. Walsh's Lead Guitar Is, As Always, Breathtaking. The Rock Legend's Trademark Sound Is Prominently Featured Throughout The Album, And Undoubtedly Here He Performs Some Of His Finest Solos. The Only Qualm That One Can Pick Is That The Whole Album Is In A Much-Similar Vein. This Is Classic Rock, Though: Once You Start, You Want More. There Goes The Neighborhood Is By Far One Of Joe Walsh's Greatest Works, Particularly From This Era. Indeed, After The Three-Year Absence In Solo Releases, Walsh Proved Himself Ready And Able To Adapt To The Sound Of The Time With Shocking Ability.” Ben Davies, All Music Guide.... more details
 

146400 Items in DB

- VINYL RECORDS

SEARCH DATABASE
BY PERFORMER

A B C D E F
G H I J K L
M N O P Q R
S T U V W X
Y Z        
0 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9    

SEARCH DATABASE
BY GENRE

- Accessory
- Bluegrass
- Blues
- Broadway
- Cajun
- Choral
- Christmas
- Classical
- Comedy
- Country
- Disco
- Electronic
- Flamenco
- Folk
- Funk
- Gospel
- Heavy Metal
- Hip Hop
- Indian
- Jazz
- Musical
- New Age
- Opera
- Pop
- Prog
- Psych
- Punk
- Rap
- Reggae
- Rockabilly
- Soul
- Sound Effects
- Soundtrack
- Spoken Word
- Test - LP
- World

(h)