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    I'd love to see the Eagles add Turn to Stone to their set but I just don't see it happening. My all time favorite Turn to Stone is from the Eagles show, Huston 1977. I don't think anything tops this! Here it is now:

    http://vimeo.com/14713758

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    An incredible version - one of my favorites, too. I'd take it over "Rocky Mountain Way", "Funk #49", or "Life's Been Good" any day!

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    I'd take it over Funk #49 or Walk Away. I'm bored with LBG but it will never be dropped.

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    I just got my hands on a vinyl copy of this album(it was a gift from a friend). I've never listened to it before, and I can't wait to do so. One thing I noticed is that it's an early pressing because etched into the out grooves of Side- A are the words "That's no banana, that's my nose"
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlreadyGone95 View Post
    I just got my hands on a vinyl copy of this album(it was a gift from a friend). I've never listened to it before, and I can't wait to do so. One thing I noticed is that it's an early pressing because etched into the out grooves of Side- A are the words "That's no banana, that's my nose"
    Joe always sent us secret messages. Original James Gang, "Yer Album" has a message in the run off that says on side 1 "turn me over" and side 2 "play me again".

    Original Barnstorm, side 2 reads, "If they only knew how hard we work” – J. W. ’72"

    Original But Seriously, Folks reads:
    Side A: "Luncheon counter of the deli kind"
    Side B: “…call it in the air.”

    There are more too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Visitor View Post
    Joe always sent us secret messages. Original James Gang, "Yer Album" has a message in the run off that says on side 1 "turn me over" and side 2 "play me again".

    Original Barnstorm, side 2 reads, "If they only knew how hard we work” – J. W. ’72"

    Original But Seriously, Folks reads:
    Side A: "Luncheon counter of the deli kind"
    Side B: “…call it in the air.”

    There are more too!
    I'll have to look at my Barnstorm and But Seriously, Folks album to see if they have that!
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    Joe tends to have nothing to do with these fan rip-offs but So What is about to get yet another re-release. This could be the most expensive yet;

    https://audiofidelity.net/product/joe-walsh-so-what

    So What is very dear to me as it was the first LP I ever bought. It's all I listened to for about 3 months, until I got The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get.

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    $30? Dang!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funk 50 View Post
    Joe tends to have nothing to do with these fan rip-offs but So What is about to get yet another re-release. This could be the most expensive yet;

    https://audiofidelity.net/product/joe-walsh-so-what

    So What is very dear to me as it was the first LP I ever bought. It's all I listened to for about 3 months, until I got The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get.
    Joe originally mixed this album into Quad. The record company wouldn't allow him to put it out like that. The best version I have of So What(!) is a bootleg DVD with the original Quad mix directly off the master tape. I was soooo hoping they'd release that version so everyone could buy it. The sound on it is absolutely mind boggling amazing. I'm lucky to have a surround sound receiver. THAT would be worth the $30. I'm disappointed that this release doesn't include that mix.

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    $30? Yikes!
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