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Episode 60:
Joe Walsh


I think this is just about the best song I ever heard Daryl sing, Someone Like You. It is beautiful. His voice is still as strong as it was in the 80s. He is a class act. Joe Walsh's voice is so unique. He is the best guitarist bar none. I have watched this episode over and over again. I will see Daryl Hall in concert in December, 2015. I cannot wait. Thanks for a great episode. I hope you renew your shows for 2016.
- posted by duckts - October 12, 2015
It's amazing how good Joe Walsh still is! Daryl and the band rocked it! Thank you!
- posted by jwesthead60 - March 18, 2015
If he sticks with it, I think this guy has a future playing that guitar.
- posted by ccesena2 - March 11, 2015
Despite Rocky Mountain Way being one of my all-time-favourites (thus having listened to that track couple hundred times probably) the performance here literally gave me goose bumps. Amazing production work guys! Incredibly balanced sound, everything sat well in the mix - a lot of big-name studio productions end up sounding pale compared to this. In fact, to me it sounded like ALL you guys have been playing together for years. Thanks everyone for making this available for free to anybody who cares. I do! Cheers from Hamburg Germany.
- posted by Joe_Oldman - January 31, 2015
Another great episode. All songs sound better with Daryl singing (at least) backup! One question, when will you have "Kid Creole and the Coconuts" on the program?
- posted by tbirchler - January 17, 2015
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Joe Walsh
Walsh took time during the show to tell of getting his first guitar, a $40 Sears & Roebuck Silvertone model after originally playing trombone and clarinet growing up. “I stumbled across the guitar, because I needed something I could play that wasn’t in my mouth, and that I could write music on,” he laughs. “I was never going to get any girls playing clarinet. Not that I got any playing guitar, but it was a lot more fun.”

Taking a cue from the title of his latest album, Analog Man, Walsh criticizes the “digital recipe” of most pop music today, explaining, “It’s all about the magic of a human performance.”

And there’s no better example of that than the interaction between Walsh and his host on the latest edition of Live from Daryl’s House, which turns Hall’s living room into a garage, with a slam-bang version of “Wrecking Ball” ending in what Daryl dubs, “a Neil Young moment.” There were more than several of those over the course of the episode.

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