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James Gang - Funk No. 49 / Thanks

James Gang - Funk No. 49 / Thanks
Performer: James Gang
Title: Funk No. 49 / Thanks
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Released: Aug 1970
Catalog number: 45-ABC-11272
Label: ABC Records
MP3 album szie: 2324 mb
FLAC album size: 2809 mb


1Funk No. 49
Written By – Fox / Peters / Walsh
Written By – J. Walsh


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-11272James Gang Funk #49 / Thanks ‎(7", Single)ABC Records45-11272US1970
2c 006-91.836James Gang Funk #49 / Thanks ‎(7", Single)Stateside2c 006-91.836France1970
45-ABC-11272James Gang Funk No. 49 / Thanks ‎(7", Single)ABC Records45-ABC-11272US1970
3C 000 - 91836 MJames Gang Funk N° 49 ‎(7", Jukebox)Stateside3C 000 - 91836 MItaly1970
ABC-11272James Gang Funk # 49 / Thanks ‎(7", Single)ABC RecordsABC-11272Canada1970


  • EngineerBill Szymczyk
  • ProducerBill Szymczyk


Label variation - A-side title not Funk #49 as per other versions, and neither side has titles in quotation marks. Timing on separate line. No credits below artist


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AMP 45-ABC-16074
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AMP 45-ABC-16075

Short intro

Funk 49 - James Gang. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Thanks - James Gang. Off of the James Gang Rides Again album. And a sincere thanks to UMG for allowing me to post this copyrighted song. If you like what you hear please go. Funk 49 is a song written by Joe Walsh, Jim Fox, and Dale Peters, and recorded by American hard rock band The James Gang. The song featured as the first single off the group's second studio album James Gang Rides Again 1970. The song was a moderate success upon release, peaking at 59 on the Billboard Hot 100. Funk 49 is 3:35 in length, though it only has two verses. Much of the song is instrumental, drawing from Joe Walsh's guitar, Dale Peters's bass work, and Jim Fox's drumming. The lyrics. Funk, No. Reissued, Remastered. James Gang Format: Audio CD. Excellent album that holds up to repeated listenings 40 some years after it was first released. A true must-own rock classic. And the mixing and recording quality is surprisingly good from this CD, very close to some direct digital recordings that I own. All in all, a great CD, great for audiophile home stereo or a road trip in your car. if you love old joe walsh this it and its great, thanks for the memories I love it smashing great. Read more. No, thanks. more quotes. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. James Gang. Funk 49, 1985. Funk 49, 03:53. Midnight Man, 03:20. There I Go Again, 02:50. Tend My Garden, 05:32. Funk 48, 02:47. Woman, 04:37. Yadig, 02:28. Thanks, 02:21. Walk Away, 03:34. Again, 04:03. Watch the video for Thanks from James Gang's Rides Again for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. James Gang was an American rock band formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1966. Though the band was not a huge commercial success, the fame garnered by guitarist Joe Walsh who replaced the origin read more. Though the band was not a huge commercial success, the fame garnered by guitarist Joe Walsh who replaced the original guitarist in 1968 has since made the group read more. Album 1985 10 Songs. Funk 49. Midnight Man. Walk Away. Funk 49 - Thanks. Hard Rock. no rates. Band Name James Gang. Album Name Funk 49 - Thanks. Type 7''. Released date 09 October 1970. Labels Stateside ABC Records Probe Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. Buy this album. 121,29 8,62 buy buy. Learn more. Other productions from James Gang. Jesse Come Home. The first James Gang album Yer' Album, 1969 contained the track Funk 48, which according to producer Bill Szymczyk, got its title out of thin air. When they came up with what would become Funk 49, they were once again faced with no logical title based on the lyrics, and followed the sequence. Funk 49 became a staple of Album Oriented Rock and Classic Rock radio, but it wasn't the biggest chart hit for the James Gang - that would be Walk Away, which made 51 in 1971 and was later reworked for Walsh's 1976 solo album You Can't Argue with a Sick Mind