The Great Fatsby

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The Great Fatsby
Leslie West The Great Fatsby.jpg
Studio album by Leslie West
Released March 1975
Genre Blues-rock, hard rock
Label Phantom
Producer Leslie West
Leslie West chronology
Mountain
(1969)Mountain1969
The Great Fatsby
(1975)
The Leslie West Band
(1976)The Leslie West Band1976

The Great Fatsby is the second album by American rock guitarist, singer and songwriter Leslie West. It was released on Bud Prager's Phantom Records in March 1975 and distributed by RCA Records. The album features Mick Jagger on rhythm guitar.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Don't Burn Me" (Paul Kelly)
  2. "House of the Rising Sun" (Traditional; adapted and arranged by Leslie West)
  3. "High Roller" (Corky Laing, Keith Richards, Leslie West, Mick Jagger, Sandra Palmer)
  4. "I'm Gonna Love You Thru the Night" (Corky Laing, Leslie West)
  5. "ESP" (Leslie West)
  6. "Honky Tonk Women" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)
  7. "If I Still Had You" (Ira Stone, Maxine Stone, Leslie West)
  8. "Doctor Love" (Andy Fraser)
  9. "If I Were a Carpenter" (Tim Hardin)
  10. "Little Bit of Love" (Andy Fraser, Paul Kossoff, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke)

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