Passin' Thru Studio album by James Gang Released July 31, 1972 Recorded 1971-1972 Genre Rock Label ABC Producer Keith Olsen James Gang chronology James Gang Live in Concert
Passin' Thru is the fourth studio album by James Gang, released in 1972.
This was the first album after guitarist and vocalist Joe Walsh left and was replaced by the singer Roy Kenner and guitarist Domenic Troiano, who left the band after Straight Shooter and was replaced with ex-Zephyr guitarist Tommy Bolin, who helped revitalize the band.
James Gang's original members Dale Peters, who did bass and background vocals, and Jim Fox, who played drums and organ, are on "Passin' Thru."
The scene shown on the album's cover is of East Main Street in Bismarck, North Dakota in the 1880's. The large building in the background still stands.
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All songs by Roy Kenner & Domenic Troiano, except where noted.
- "Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" (Roy Kenner) – 2:59
- "One Way Street" (Domenic Troiano) – 4:36
- "Had Enough" (Roy Kenner) – 3:00
- "Up to Yourself" (Troiano) – 2:43
- "Everybody Needs a Hero" – 6:06
- "Run Run Run" – 3:44
- "Things I Want to Say to You" – 3:41
- "Out of Control" – 3:39
- "Drifting Girl" – 5:09
- Domenic Troiano: Guitars, vocals.
- Roy Kenner: Percussion, harmonica, vocals.
- Dale Peters: Bass guitar, keyboards, percussion, vocals.
- Jim Fox: Drums, percussion, organ, percussion, vocals.
- David Briggs: Keyboards, piano, organ.
- Charlie McCoy: Harmonica.
- Weldon Myrick: Guitars.
- Craig Sapphin: All strings, arrangements.
- William D. "Smitty" Smith: Keyboards, organ, piano, Clavichord, Harpsichord.
Year Chart Position 1972 Pop Albums 72
Studio albums Live albumsJames Gang Live in Concert (1971) Songs"Take a Look Around" · "Funk #49" · "Woman" · "The Bomber" · "Tend my Garden" · "Walk Away" · "Midnight Man"
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