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Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way album mp3
Title:
Rocky Mountain Way
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Style:
Classic Rock
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FLAC album size:
1980 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

Rocky Mountain Way" reflects Walsh's range of emotions after making the big move. He explained in the book The Guitar Greats: "I got kind of fed up with feeling sorry for myself, and I wanted to justify and feel good about leaving the James Gang, relocating, going for it on a survival basis. I wanted to say 'Hey, whatever this is, I'm positive and I'm proud', and the words just kind of came out of feeling that way, rather than writing a song out of remorse. The latter portion flew under the banner bearing Walsh's name at a thickness identical to the banner that carries the album title "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Ge. And this song's strongest hook is virually copied in The Steve Miller Band's "The Stake" which appeared in 1977.

Album Name Rocky Mountain Way. Type Compilation. Data de aparición 30 Septiembre 1985. Estilo MusicalSouthern Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 1. Rocky Mountain Way. 05:14.

The Rocky Mountain way is better than the way I had, because the music was better. Bam!" Walsh has varied that story over the years, however, telling the Rocky Mountain News that he wrote the lyrics while up recording the album at Caribou Ranch Recording Studio. The song was used as the title to Walsh's 1985 compilation album, which featured previously released singles and tracks from albums Barnstorm, The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get and So What.

Rocky Mountain Way. By: Joe Walsh. Instruments: Voice, range: B4-B5 Piano Guitar. The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of Rocky Mountain Way - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements.

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Rocky Mountain Way features only a few tracks which had not previously been released on Joe Walsh best-ofs. Country Fair," a rather dull and protracted affair taken from the 1973 album So What, is a strange addition to the lineup, especially in light of the fact that neither "Mother Says," "Bookends," or "Here We Go" (three of the man's finest tracks) are featured. Most of the material on this release is undeniably enjoyable, however. The superb titular track opens the album and immediately catches the listeners' attention through its rocking.

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A Rocky Mountain Way
Written-By – J. Vitale*, J. Walsh*, K. Passarelli*, R. Grace*
5:14
B Rocky Mountain Way
Written-By – J. Vitale*, J. Walsh*, K. Passarelli*, R. Grace*
7:41

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Leeds
  • Distributed By – Astor Records Pty. Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Bill Szymczyk, Joe Walsh

Notes

Side 1 From the album DSX 50140 "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get"
Side 2 From the album ABCD 932 "You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind"

Limited Edition Astor Records Sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DS-12048-A FH 3/8
  • Matrix / Runout: DS-12048-B4 14181T Rob

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRO 600 Joe Walsh Rocky Mountain Way ‎(7", Single) Probe PRO 600 UK 1973
5C006-94697 Joe Walsh Rocky Mountain Way ‎(7", Single) Probe 5C006-94697 Netherlands 1973
IPR 10439 Joe Walsh Rocky Mountain Way ‎(7", Single) Probe IPR 10439 Japan 1973
D-2630 Joe Walsh Rocky Mountain Way ‎(7", RE) Goldies 45 D-2630 US Unknown
D-4361 Joe Walsh Rocky Mountain Way ‎(7", Styrene) ABC/Dunhill Records D-4361 US 1973