In the City (Joe Walsh song)

In The City (Joe Walsh Song)

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"In the City" is a song written by Barry DeVorzon and Joe Walsh for the soundtrack to the film The Warriors. The song was first recorded by Walsh and released on The Warriors soundtrack album in 1979. Another version recorded by the Eagles was included on their 1979 album The Long Run.

The track was first recorded by guitarist Walsh for the soundtrack to the 1979 movie The Warriors but the band liked what they heard and decided to record it as an Eagles track for The Long Run. A video was made for the track featuring a staged recording session of the track with Joe Walsh playing a Gibson double neck guitar using the 12-string neck for the rhythm parts and the 6-string neck for the slide guitar parts plus Schmit played a Fender bass, Felder used a Fender Stratocaster, Henley used an 8-piece Ludwig drum kit with Paiste cymbals, Frey on piano and Joe Vitale on congas.

Although not released as a single, the track became an album-oriented rock radio favorite in the U.S. and a Walsh concert staple and was featured on the Eagles' Hell Freezes Over album and video in 1994.

Cover versions

The song was covered by rapper Anybody Killa on his debut album with Psychopathic Records, Hatchet Warrior (2003).

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