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    I forgot, too. Happy belated birthday to Analog Man!


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    Quote Originally Posted by VAisForEagleLovers View Post
    It was a year ago today! I blanked out that today is the 5th. Happy birthday, Analog Man!!
    I said 'Happy Birthday Analog Man' as well and played it on my iPod and in my car. I remember how awesome it was to be a Joe Walsh fan a year ago this week with all the press and promo he did. I got so spoiled seeing his face everywhere and his doing so many interviews. And of course, there were all the concerts he did and everyone's glorious photos.

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    Two years ago today, Analog Man was released! Hard to believe it's been two years already!


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    It sure is hard to believe! I must give it a listen. I haven't played it for awhile.

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    Way to go Joe, good work.

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    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ANALOG MAN!

    Yep - it really is hard to believe it's been two years now. I still love this album and still think it's one of Joe's best. I'm still listening to No Fun Aloud to celebrate it's anniversary, but this one will be next in my car's CD player.

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    Happy Anniversary Analog Man!

    I recently shared my current-day thoughts on this album in another thread and that I'm not as cracked up about it as I used to be, but major props to Joe for putting something out for us fans and hope he puts another out soon!
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    I love it too! Must dig it out again! Maybe tonight on the deck with the hubby and a cool drink!
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    My 2 cents worth...Joe needs to do a longer version of India..so much potential for something special here..and maybe do a collaboration with Mark Knopler?

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    Borrowed from a Billboard interview..


    "India" is sonically ambitious. It reminds me a little of "Thunderstruck," but with some electronic edge.

    I really love the electronica guys, the young guys who are doing the house and the trance and the remix, all of that. I really salute them, they're making great music. I was in India with my wife, because we ended up in Australia at the end of an Eagles tour and we didn't want to come home. In Mumbai, I went into a little club and I heard a young band, but they weren't playing instruments, they were playing laptops. They had sub-woofers and lights and all, but these three guys with these computers made amazing music, and I said "that's it! I don't know how to do this, but based on that, I came home and made some loops and decided to play guitar on top of it, and that's how that song came about. I never would have attempted it if I hadn't seen those guys live, so that was my first attempt at it, and that's why I called it "India."

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