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July 26, 2017 - Comment

Plantation HarborRate this post Joe Vitale is best known for his session work. He has worked on albums by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Joe Walsh, The Eagles and numerous Eagle members solo projects. He has had only two solo albums in his career, and fans have been screaming for them to be iss

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Joe Vitale is best known for his session work. He has worked on albums by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Joe Walsh, The Eagles and numerous Eagle members solo projects. He has had only two solo albums in his career, and fans have been screaming for them to be iss

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Andre S. Grindle says:

Pretty Good Follow Up Even in the case of a popular artist too long a gap between album releases can be a problem. In the case of a virtual unknown such as Joe Vitale it might’ve in fact completely slid by and it seems that it did. Another reason this album doesn’t quite possess the impact of the previous album eight years earlier was because of the old “too many cooks in the kitchen” syndrome. Everyone from Stephen Stills,Graham Nash as well as Eagle members Timothy B Schmit to Chicago members such as James…

Richard A. Tucker says:

A goal not quite achieved but still very good Plantation Harbor is a fun romp using the new sounds available to the studio mixes of the period. The strings have more clarity and the production was a very ambitious mix of classic Joe Vitale rhythm heavy rock funk like that used in the songs ‘Plantation Key’ and ‘In the Jungle’ as well ‘Theme from the Cabin Weirdos’.However, ‘Lady on the Rock’ is a thrilling mix of classic popular arrangement married to basic guitar rhythms creating an inspiring mix that makes a powerful anthem about the…

Gavin Wilson says:

Not bad — but not ROLLER COASTER WEEKEND Joe Vitale first came to the notice of the record-buying public on the inside photo of the gatefold Joe Walsh LP, ‘THE SMOKER YOU DRINK …’. The album was, and still is, a classic, but it was clear that Joe V wasn’t the most photogenic of drummer/flautist/backing vocalists. After that album, the Barnstorm band appeared to disintegrate, with only Joe V hanging on Joe W’s coat-tails for the creation of ‘SO WHAT’ and the live ‘YOU CAN’T ARGUE WITH A SICK MIND’. 

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