Walk Away - James Gang - Thirds (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The James Gang Rides Again set the stage for the group's third album to propel them to Top Ten, headliner status, but that didn't happen. The band was on its last legs, rent by dissension as Walsh became the focus of attention, and the appropriately titled Thirds reflected the conflict. Among the nine original songs, four were contributed by Walsh, two each by bass player Dale Peters and.
  2. With their Thirds LP already in the charts, the James Gang track Walk Away became only their second appearance on the Hot on 29 May
  3. The James Gang was an American rock band formed in Kent, Ohio in The band went through a variety of line-up changes until they recorded their first album as a power trio consisting of Joe Walsh (guitars, lead vocals), Tom Kriss (bass) and Jim Fox (drums). Dale Peters replaced Kriss on bass for the band's second and third albums.
  4. James Gang staples like "Funk #49," "Funk #48," "Walk Away," "The Bomber" and "Ashes, The Rain And I" sound better than ever on this sterling Analogue Productions g vinyl reissue, mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed at Quality Record Pressings. It's topped off with tip-on heavyweight jacket packaging from Stoughton Printing.
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  6. THIRDS is the third great CD in a row by the James Gang. It features great songs, guitar playing, singing, and rhythm work. The only time is slacks off is "Yadig?", which, unfortunately, is close to the beginning (the second cut), but overall, this CD is a must-own for anyone who likes good classic rock.
  7. THIRDS was the James Gang's third great album in a row. The centerpiece of the album was the riff-rocker "Walk Away", but the album shows the band moving in various different directions, a sign that the band were being torn by internal dissension. Walsh would decamp soon after for /5().

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