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    Default Re: Celebration of "So What"!

    Here is a write up from ultimate classic rock posted today.

    https://ultimateclassicrock.com/joe-walsh-so-what/

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    So sad. It's great how he uses his experience to help others.
    "Be part of something good--
    Leave something good behind."

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    When you look at his eyes you can see the hurt he's feeling. Lots of people say they think Joe has the funniest album covers except this one. At first you see I'm in those goggles and think another Joe cover but when you really look at the cover and see his eyes you realize it's something else.
    I'm so happy he was able to get clean and sober. He now has a second chance and is making the best of it.
    I'm just sad that he doesn't get the recognition he's earned. We know who he is but I think he deserves recognition for is solo work too. He's one of the best slide guitar players out there. He's a walking rock history book.

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    Might be a little late but Congrats to “So What” 46 years old. This album is so amazing during such a dark time for Joe. “ County Fair” is one of my faves of all time period. Although I prefer “Turn To Stone” from Barnstorm, This album is so good from start to finish. With Eagles making appearances on this it was a sign of things to come.

    I have to agree Scamp, his solo stuff gets overlooked and he should get more recognition as a solo artist. He has inspired so many and has such a distinct sound.

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    I've said it before and I'll say it again: this is my favorite of Joe's solo work. A great album.

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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