Album of the Day
There Goes the Neighborhood
Three years after his previous solo set, Joe Walsh returned to record stores with THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD. The 1981 Elektra collection arrived on the heels of THE LONG RUN and includes a song written for that album, “Rivers (Of the Hidden Funk),” as well as appearances by Eagles bandmates Don Felder and Timothy B. Schmit. In spite of the famous guest stars (which also include David Lindley), it's Joe's show all the way, with the man contributing keyboards as well as his typically terrific guitar work. Singles including “A Life of Illusion,” “Made Your Mind Up” and “Things” will put a smile on the face of any classic rock fan and THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD deservedly reached Billboard's Top 20.