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Joe Walsh – Rocky Mountain Way



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A bona fide rock classic, Joe Walsh wrote “Rocky Mountain Way” in 1973 with his then band Barnstorm, with writing credits given to Walsh, Rocke Grace, Kenny Passarelli, and Joe Vitale.

The song was originally released on the album “The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get”. It is regularly played live by Walsh with The Eagles – most recently on their 2010 world tour.

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  1. Sometimes there's a literal meaning, CO has a long history as a state (and pre-statehood). maybe you should learn bout yours 😉

  2. JUST SAW THE MAN LIVE AT HOUSE OF BLUES AT MANDALAY BAY. THEN UNEXPECTED JIM BALUSHI CAME ON STAGE AND PLAYED HARMONICA WITH HIM FOR THIS SONG. IT WAS EPIC. LOVE JOE AND JIM. THEY ARE THE BEST. GOT TO SEE JIM WHEN HE CAME OUT INTO THE CASINO. JUST A GREAT TIME.

  3. This fills my head with images of a gang of outlaws living in the mountains and woods going through a leadership crisis.

  4. saw them in Glasgow at the hydro arena in 2014 and when joe done this the audience erupted. god bless the eagles and god rest glenn frey.

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