Joe Walsh

Daley, Dan
April 2009
Mix;Apr2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p46
The article discusses the recording of the song "Life's Been Good," by Joe Walsh. It mentions that it is included in Walsh's album "But Seriously Folks," but it is the only song which did not have a complete set of lyrics. Thus, Walsh and its producer and engineer Bill Szymczyk arranged it by approaching the symphonic with individual movements that would bring its original light reggae vamp after an extended middle section. Process of song's recording and the equipment used are also discussed.


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