8 thoughts on “ Funk #49 - James Gang - James Gang Rides Again (CD, Album) ”

  1. James Gang Rides Again (alternatively known as simply Rides Again) is the second studio album by American rock band James untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co album was released in mid , on the label ABC untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co is the James Gang's first album to feature bassist Dale untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co: Hard rock, folk rock, funk rock.
  2. James Gang - Funk, No. 49 - untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co Music Rides Again James Gang. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Excellent album that holds up to repeated listenings 40 some years after it was first released. A true must-own rock classic. And the mixing and recording quality is surprisingly good 5/5(26).
  3. Apr 25,  · James Gang Rides again starts off with the classic "Funk #49" that everyone has heard on the radio and in numerous soundtracks to tv/movies but it keeps going with many strong songs afterwards. The music is varied and shows a range of talents/5().
  4. With their second album Rides Again, the James Gang came into their own. Under the direction of guitarist Joe Walsh, the group -- now featuring bassist Dale Peters-- began incorporating keyboards into their hard rock, which helped open up their musical untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co much of the first side of Rides Again, the group tear through a bunch of boogie numbers, most notably the heavy groove of "Funk #"9/
  5. "Funk #49" is a song written by Joe Walsh, Jim Fox, and Dale Peters, and recorded by American hard rock band The James untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co song featured as the first single off the group's second studio album James Gang Rides Again (). The song was a moderate success upon release, peaking at #59 on the Billboard Hot Composition "Funk #49" is in length, though it only has two untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co: Hard rock, blues rock, funk rock.
  6. "Funk #49" became a staple of Album Oriented Rock and Classic Rock radio, but it wasn't the biggest chart hit for the James Gang - that would be "Walk Away," which made #51 in and was later reworked for Walsh's solo album You Can't Argue with a Sick Mind. "Funk #49" is one of Joe Walsh's most popular songs, and by the mid-'70s he admitted that he couldn't stand playing it any .
  7. James Gang discography and songs: Music profile for James Gang, formed Genres: Hard Rock, Blues Rock, Rock. Albums include Rides Again, Yer' Album, and Thirds.

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