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JOE WALSH - BUT SERIOUSLY, FOLKS (ALBUM)
Entry:04/06/1978 (Position 31)
Last week in charts:17/09/1978 (Position 32)
Peak:10 (1 weeks)
Weeks:13
Place on best of all time:2605 (290 points)
Year:1978
World wide:
nl  Peak: 46 / weeks: 2
nz  Peak: 10 / weeks: 13

LP
Asylum 6E-141 (us)
LP
Asylum K 53081 (eu)


TRACKS
16/05/1978
LP Asylum 6E-141 [us]
1978
LP Asylum K 53081 [eu]
1. Over And Over
4:52
2. Second Hand Store
3:36
3. Indian Summer
3:03
4. At The Station
5:09
5. Tomorrow
3:38
6. Inner Tube
1:25
7. Theme From "Boat Weirdos"
4:44
8. Life's Been Good
8:04
   

04/06/1978: N 31.
11/06/1978: 25.
18/06/1978: 10.
25/06/1978: 14.
02/07/1978: 26.
16/07/1978: R 34.
23/07/1978: 31.
06/08/1978: R 28.
20/08/1978: R 37.
27/08/1978: 36.
03/09/1978: 32.
10/09/1978: 37.
17/09/1978: 32.
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Joe WalshJoe Walsh: Discography / Become a fan
JOE WALSH IN NEW ZEALAND CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Life's Been Good13/08/1978325
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind30/07/1976197
But Seriously, Folks04/06/19781013
The Confessor30/06/1985324
SONGS BY JOE WALSH
(Day Dream) Prayer
15 Years
A Future To This Life (Joe Walsh & Lita Ford)
A Life Of Illusion
All Night Laundry Mat Blues
All Night Long
All Of A Sudden
Alphabetical Order
Analog Man
At The Station
Band Played On
Birdcall Morning
Bones
Book Ends
Bubbles
But I Try
Certain Situations
Class Of '55
Comin' Down
Country Fair
Coyote Love
Days Gone By
Dear John
Decades
Down On The Farm
Dreams
Fairbanks, Alaska
Falling Down
Family
Fishbone
Fun
Funk 50
Giant Bothemoth
Good Man Down
Got Any Gum?
Guilty Of The Crime (Joe Walsh feat. Frankie Miller and Nicky Hopkins)
Half Of The Time
Happy Ways
Help Me Through The Night
Here We Are Now
Here We Go
Hi-Roller Baby
Home
Honey Don't (Joe Walsh & Steve Earle)
How Ya Doin'?
Hummingbird (B.B. King with Leon Russel and Joe Walsh)
I Broke My Legs
I Can Play That Rock And Roll
I Know
I Love The Life I Live (The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band feat. Joe Walsh & Kim Wilson)
I.L.B.T.'s
I'll Tell the World
I'm Actin' Different
In My Car
In The City
India
Indian Summer
Inner Tube
It's All Right
Life's Been Good
Look At Us Now
Love Letters
Lucky That Way
Made Your Mind Up
Malibu
Meadows
Memory Lane
Midnight Man
Midnight Moodies
Midnight Visitor
Mother Says
New To This Town (Kix Brooks feat. Joe Walsh)
No Peace In The Jungle
One And One
One Day At A Time
Ordinary Average Guy
Over And Over
Pavance Of The Sleeping Beauty
Pavanne
Problems
Rivers (Of The Hidden Funk)
Rockets
Rocky Mountain Way
Rosewood Bitters
School Days
Second Hand Store
Shadows
Shut Up
Slow Dancing
Song For A Dying Planet
Song For Emma
Space Age Whiz Kids
Spanish Dancer
Still The Good Old Days (Sheryl Crow feat. Joe Walsh)
The Confessor
The Friend Song
The Gamma Goochie
The Radio Song
The Worry Song
Theme From "Boat Weirdos"
Theme From Baroque Weirdos
Theme From Island Weirdos
Things
Time
Time Out
Told You So
Tomorrow
Turn To Stone
Two Sides To Every Story
Up All Night
Up To Me
Vote For Me
Waffle Stomp
Walk Away
Welcome To The Club
Where I Grew Up (Prelude To School Days)
Wild Ride (Kenny Chesney with Joe Walsh)
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Wolf
Wrecking Ball
You Might Need Somebody
You Never Know
ALBUMS BY JOE WALSH
Analog Man
Barnstorm
But Seriously, Folks
Got Any Gum?
Greatest Hits: Little Did He Know
In Concert
Ordinary Average Guy
Peaceful - F.M. Broadcast 1993 (Joe Walsh & Glenn Frey)
Rocky Mountain Way
So Far - So Good
So What
Songs For A Dying Planet
The Best Of Joe Walsh
The Confessor
The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
There Goes The Neighborhood
Welcome To The Club
You Bought It, You Name It
You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.67 (Reviews: 3)
*****
Bevor er 1976 bei den Eagles Bernie Leadon ersetzte, war Joe Walsh schon bei der 'James Gang' und bei 'Barnstorm' sowie solo aktiv. <br>Nach dem Eagles-Megaseller 'Hotel California' spielte er dieses hervorragende Album ein, das mit einer kürzeren Version von 'Life's Been Good' sogar einen Hit abwarf. Dieser satirische Song über das Leben als Rockstar ist auch neben der entspannten Westcoast-Nummer 'Indian Summer' das Highlight auf dem Album. Jedoch sind auch die anderen Albumtracks sehr, sehr gut. Allen voran das Neil Young-artige 'Second Hand Store' sowie 'At The Station', wo Eagles-Kumpel Don Felder die zweite Gitarre beisteuert und 'Tomorrow', bei welchem seine anderen Eagles-Kollegen Don Henley, Glenn Frey und Timothy B. Schmit im Backgroundchor zu hören sind. Außerdem gibt es noch zwei eher ruhigere, in einander übergehende Instrumentals ('Inner Tube' und 'Theme From Boat Weirdos'), beide recht hübsch. Zu guter letzt ist noch der Opener 'Over And Over' zu erwähnen, der zwar songmäßig etwas abfällt, aber durch Joe Walsh's starkes Slide-Gitarrenspiel gewinnt. <br>Das Album belegte 1978 #16 in UK und #8 in USA.<br><br>Fazit: ich kenne natürlich nicht jedes Solo-Album aller (Ex)-Eagles Musiker, aber von denen, die mir bekannt sind, ist das hier das Stärkste. Meine Bewertung: klare 5*
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Enthält mit "Life's Been Good" zwar einen absoluten <br>Klassiker des American Rock, aber zumindest 6 der 7<br>Stücke zuvor kommen leider über das Prädikat "gepflegtes<br>Mittelmass" nicht hinaus.<br><br>Kein schlechtes Album, aber dann doch nicht so gut wie<br>seine beiden ersten.....<br><br>4 ++
Last edited: 08.06.2015 00:30
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