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Exclusive Stream: Joe Walsh's 'Analog Man'

Guitar great set to release first solo album in two decades

March 21, 2012 8:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Joe Walsh's 'Analog Man'

Joe Walsh's first solo album in two decades finds the former James Gang member and longtime Eagle contemplating life in the digital age. Analog Man is co-produced by the guitarist and Jeff Lynne and features Walsh's brother-in-law – Ringo Starr – on drums. The album will be released on June 5th, but you can preview the title track today. 

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