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Joe Walsh - Got Any Gum? (1987)

Joe Walsh - Got Any Gum? (1987)

Tracklist front / back album covers

Side one

1. "The Radio Song"   3:31

2. "Fun"   3:04

3. "In My Car"   3:37

4. "Malibu"   5:11

5. "Half of the Time"   5:11

Side two

6. "Got Any Gum?" (Instrumental)   1:11

7. "Up to Me"   5:21

8. "No Peace in the Jungle"   5:57

9. "Memory Lane"   4:27

10. "Time"   4:09

Total length:   41:18

Joe Walsh Band Members / Musicians

Joe Walsh – lead and background vocals; guitar; synthesizer; keyboards

Terry Manning – keyboards; E-mu Emulator; piano; backing vocals

Dave Cochran – bass guitar

Chad Cromwell – drums; percussion

Mark Rivera – saxophone on "Half of the Time" and "No Peace in the Jungle"

Rick Rosas (credited as "Rick the Bass Player") – bass guitar on "Half of the Time"

Jimi Jamison – backing vocals

J.D. Souther (credited as "John David Souther") – backing vocals

Terry Manning – producer; engineer

Kevin Allison – production coordination

David "Snake" Reynolds – assistant engineer

Bob Ludwig – mastering

Kevin Allison – equipment technician

J.D. Souther – vocal arrangement

Alan Wyse – synthesizer programming

Carole Manning – art direction; photography

Got Any Gum? is the 8th solo studio album by the American singer-songwriter Joe Walsh. It was originally released in October 1987, on the label Warner Brothers in the United States, and Full Moon in the UK, which was the last Walsh album to be released by either of those labels. The album features eight original songs which were written by Walsh with others and by himself, the album also features two covers, including the song "In My Car", which was co-written by Walsh with Ringo Starr, the former drummer for The Beatles (the song was originally released on Starr's ninth studio solo album Old Wave, in 1983). The album also features vocal contributions from J. D. Souther and Survivor's lead vocalist Jimi Jamison.

The album was received negatively by the majority of music critics, while other reviewers noted good points to the album. It was also a commercial disappointment, peaking at #113 on the Billboard 200, which marked the beginning of a downturn in Walsh's fortunes on the album charts, and ultimately led to both Warner Bros. and Full Moon dropping him from their labels. Two singles were issued from Got Any Gum?: "The Radio Song" and "In My Car". The album's first and leading single, "The Radio Song," unlike the album, was a commercial success, peaking at #8 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Its music video featured the legendary DJ Wolfman Jack.

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