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''"But Seriously, Folks..."'' is the fourth studio album by Joe Walsh, released in 1978 (see 1978 in music). It included the reggae-styled satirical song "Life's Been Good". The original 9-minute album version of this track was edited down to 4-1/2 minutes for single release and this became Walsh's biggest solo hit, peaking at #12 on the ''Billboard'' chart.
The album also features the other four members of the Eagles -- which Walsh had joined by the time the album was released -- as well as singer-guitarist Jay Ferguson, a former member of the group Spirit (who co-wrote one track on the album), drummer Joe Vitale from Walsh's former band Barnstorm, and renowned bassist Willie Weeks, who is well known for his association with singer Donny Hathaway. - Wikipedia