Looking Back (Leon Russell album)
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|Studio album by Leon Russell|
Looking Back is a Leon Russell solo album. Released in 1973, shortly after the success of his single "Tightrope", it contains instrumental tracks that were recorded in the mid-1960s, featuring Russell on harpsichord. Neither the record nor album sleeve give writing credits for any of the songs. There was briefly a CD reissue in 1991 on the Japanese Jimco label, with three bonus tracks.
- "If I Had a Hammer"
- "Gospel Harp"
- "Our Winter Love"
- "Cherry Beat"
- "Greenback Dollar"
- "Man with the Golden Gun"
- "Tender and Fair"
The 1991 Jimco reissue contains the following bonus tracks:
- "Ridin' West"
- "Walk Right In"