Artist Joe Vitale
Label Atlantic Records
Release date 1974
Producers Howard Albert, Joe Vitale
|Studio Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida|
Roller Coaster Weekend (1974) Plantation Harbor (1981)
Genres Rock music, Pop rock, Soft rock
Similar Joe Vitale albums, Rock music albums
Joe vitale roller coaster weekend track one
Roller Coaster Weekend is the debut solo studio album by the American recording artist Joe Vitale. It was originally released in 1974, on the label Atlantic. The album wasn't a commercial success and was his last solo album until 1981's Plantation Harbor (released 7 years later). After the recording of Roller Coaster Weekend, Vitale would join the Stills-Young band and tour with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young line-up, as well as the Eagles.
- Joe vitale roller coaster weekend track one
- Roller coaster weekend
- Critical reception
- Track listing
The song "Falling," was borrowed in part for Joe Walsh's song "At the Station", later recorded and released on Walsh's fourth solo album But Seriously, Folks... (1978)
Roller coaster weekend
In a retrospective review by AllMusic critic Rob Caldwell gave the album a star rating of 2 out of 5 (meaning "Poor") and he stated that considering the stalwart guitarists featured on the album it's a "song-oriented album" and he also added that the album "never quite gets off the ground."
All tracks written by Joe Vitale.
Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes.
1Roller Coaster Weekend2:58
2(Do You Feel Like) Lovin'3:38