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Their first album-on CD for the first time! Released in '69 and including Funk #48; Bluebird; Lost Woman; Stone Rap; Fred , and more.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 6, 2000)
  • Rmst ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B00004TH68
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,966 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I truly think that this is one of the best albums out there. It has that same feeling as Dark Side of the Moon, Electric Ladyland, and Who's Next have... there is just so much going on and it never stops. This album is just crammed with great music. It has some truly rocking pieces that portray future Walsh stuff to come (Funk 48, Bluebird, I Don't Have the Time), some great use of the organ (Take a Look Around, Fred), some orchestration (Wrapcity in English), acoustic (Collage), and some just plain messing around (Intro, Stone Rap). Then, to top it all off, there are 2 fantastic blues jams, Lost Woman and Stop. That's every song on this album, each one worth listening to either for pleasure or just plain laughs.

Every song is well-produced and great sounding, well-written, and well-arranged within the album. There is not a flaw here. This is Rides Again and then some, this is my album, make it Yer' album too. (huh huh sorry had to do something stupid like that).
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This may be the one James Gang album to benefit greatly from remastering. The most sonically dense of the three Joe Walsh studio albums, I found more clarity in the guitars than I have ever heard before, especially on Bluebird. Rides Again and Thirds are also worth the investment, but this album remains my favorite, and radio hasn't played it to death.
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This is a fun album to listen to and it sounds as though it was fun for the James Gang to make as well. Because they were having fun with it, Yer Album has a spirited, stoned-out, care free and sometimes dis-jointed feel to it. Yer Album seems spontaneous with a garage band quality. Yet the James Gang are far more talented and polished than any garage band and it shows in their music. There is no doubt that this CD rocks and is made to be played loud. Enjoy!
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As a native of Columbus OH, I had the privledge of seeing the James Gang BEFORE this album was released--it was my first concert, in the old World Theater on High St. near OSU. Jow Walsh has been my favorite rock musician ever since.
I won't talk about the individual songs--other reviewers have done a great job of that. But I wanted to point out a few things about this record that others have not mentioned, or may not be aware of.
First, just one reviewer pointed out that the vinyl version has, in the very inner groove, the phrase "turn me over" on side 1 and "play me again" on side 2. This shows Joe's clever nature coming through early. If the turntable goes to the last groove, these phrases are repeated until the needle is lifted.
Or could that have been Bill Szymczyk, the record's producer? That's the guy Joe has the exchange with on "Stone Rap". Wanna buy a duck? Of course, Bill went on to produce for many big time artists, including the Eagles and The Who. Was it also Bill's idea to have a backward guitar riff in the opening of "Bluebird"? Or was that Joe? How about the words that serve as preamble to Funk #48 (which in my opinion is better than #49)?
Some reviewers commented on the bass work. The bass player on Yer Album was Tom Kriss, who was replaced (quit the band? I don't know) before Rides Again. I think Kriss is as good as Entwistle (who, by the way, had Joe play guitar on at least one of his solo albums). Kriss and bandmates understood (as did The Who) that a bass guitar is a GUITAR and can play a second lead line. Indeed, that's the way Jimmy Fox played the drums.
Finally, it is interesting to note that the pictures of the band members on the cover were taken in Kent, OH, next to the bridge over the Cuyahoga River (yes, the one of "catches on fire" fame).
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I won't go into a lot of detail with a review...suffice it to say Yer Album along with the band's second release "Rides Again" remain to this day two of the finest and yet most overlooked releases in rock'n'roll. Having said that I would like to point out to the serious audiophiles reading this one of the cleverest, and funniest, gimmicks I've ever heard on a record. I have an original vinyl copy of "Yer Album" in my possession. For those who have one as well and still in possession of a turntable you might want to give this a try. Be forewarned it only works if your turntable does NOT have an automatic shut off in which the arm catches the last groove and then removes itself from the record. If your needle will catch the final groove and then go entirely to he end of the record and stay there until physically removed...you're in for a treat. At the completion of side one..you'll hear a voice...presumably Joe Walsh's...repeatedly say "Turn Me Over...Turn Me Over" again and again. At the end of side two, the album's completion, you'll hear that same voice say repeatedly "Play Me Again...Play Me Again". Give it a try if you can. Obviously this is a feature that can't be discovered on CD or tape.
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By lumin4 on March 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This 12 minute 7 second song may just well hush

the critics of who the best guitar player in the world

is, and that be "Joe Walsh."

Too bad "James Gang" never got the wide recognition

other bands got during that and this period.

Drummer "Tim Fox's" integration with Walsh's guitar

is simply "magic" and has not been replaced since,

though they have tried!

Get this CD and never let it out of your sight!!!
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