Les Dudek (album)

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Les Dudek
Studio album by Les Dudek
Released 1976
Recorded Davlen Sound Studios, North Hollywood, California. Additional recording Columbia Recording Studios, San Francisco
Genre Southern rock
Length 43:08:70
Label Columbia
Producer Rec.Engineers: Roy Segal, Glen Kolotkin & Staff in San Francisco. Leonard Kovner in North Hollywood
Les Dudek chronology
Les Dudek (1976) Say No More (1977)

Les Dudek is American guitarist Les Dudek's 1976 self-titled solo debut album.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Les Dudek unless noted otherwise.

  1. "City Magic" – 5:34
  2. "Sad Clown" – 5:29
  3. "Don't Stop Now" – 3:54
  4. "Each Morning" – 7:22
  5. "It Can Do" – 6:31
  6. "Take The Time" – 4:09
  7. "Cruisin' Groove" – 4:08
  8. "What a Sacrifice" (James Curly Cooke, Les Dudek) – 05:53

Influence[edit]

Steve Miller covered "What a Sacrifice" on his album Book of Dreams as "Sacrifice", which included Dudek and James Curly Cooke in the recording. His early releases strongly influenced by the southern rock style of the Allman Brothers Band- Slide guitar and dual drummers on a few tracks. Les was one of the replacement considerations after the death of Duane Allman. He is said to have had uncredited contributions to "Ramblin Man" and "Jessica" and was part of the recording. Influence from his work with Boz Scaggs adds a flare of funky Jazz.

Personnel and Production[edit]

  • Produced by Boz Scaggs
  • Recorded at Davlen Sound Studios, N. Hollywood, CA
  • Engineered by Leonard Kovner
  • Mixed by Tom Knox
  • Additional Recording at Columbia Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA
  • Engineered by Roy Segal, Glen Kolotkin and staff
  • Mixed by Doug Sax
  • Remastered in 2007 at Sound Performance by Andrew Thompson