Lauren “Lern” Colvin started at KSHE 95 in 2008. Listen to her on the KSHE Morning Rock Show from 6a – 9a with John Ulett, and from 10a – 1p for her own show. Lern is from St. Louis and enjoys going to concerts, supporting local establishments and interacting with people as much as possible.
6am Klassic: Joe Walsh
7/11/2012 6:01:00 AM
Joe Walsh "County Fair" from the album, SO WHAT (1974)
So What is the third album by Joe Walsh, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). It contains hard rock such as Welcome To The Club and a remake of the Barnstorm track, "Turn To Stone". It also contains more introspective material such as "Help Me Through The Night" and "Song For Emma", a tribute to Walsh's daughter who had been killed in a car accident the previous year. On a few tracks, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Randy Meisner of the Eagles contributed background vocals. Over a year and a half later, Walsh would be drafted into the Eagles replacing Bernie Leadon.
The album was originally released by ABC Records in 1974. It was re-issued by MCA Records in 1979.
All songs by Joe Walsh, except where noted.
- "Welcome to the Club" – 5:14
- "Falling Down" (Walsh, Don Henley) – 4:56
- "Pavanne for the Sleeping Beauty" (Maurice Ravel) – 1:56
- "Time Out" (Walsh, Terry Trebandt) – 4:28
- "All Night Laundry Mat Blues" – 0:58
- "Turn to Stone" (Walsh, Terry Trebandt) – 3:47
- "Help Me Through the Night" – 3:35
- "County Fair" – 6:43
- "Song for Emma" – 4:20
HEAR IT HERE:
10 out of 10 -- Joe Walsh is just better and better as I get to know more of his material pre-Eagles. :)