The 14th in a series of 18 programmes
Introduced by Andy Peebles
One outstanding talent continues to surface in the Szymczyk story - Joe Walsh.
He discovered Joe as a member of The James Gang in 1969 and made four albums with the band. After going solo In 1972, Joe followed him to Colorado where they made two albums. In 1974. Joe was responsible for introducing him to The Eagles, with whom he's been successfully associated ever since.
Other Walsh solo albums have followed.
Add to those credits B. B. King, the J. Geils Band, Elvin Bishop, REO Speedwagon,
Jay Ferguson and The Who, and one of America's most vital and successful producers of the 70s begins to emerge.
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