The Leslie West Band
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|The Leslie West Band|
|Studio album by Leslie West|
|Genre||Blues rock, hard rock|
|Producer||The Leslie West Band|
|Leslie West chronology|
The Leslie West Band is the third album released by American rock guitarist Leslie West. The album, recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York City, was released on Bud Prager's Phantom Records in 1976 and features Mick Jones of Foreigner on guitar.
All tracks composed by Leslie West, Corky Laing and Mick Jones; except where indicated
- "Money (Whatcha Gonna Do)"
- "Dear Prudence" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)
- "Get It Up (No Bass - Whatsoever)"
- "Singapore Sling" (Mick Jones)
- "By The River"
- "The Twister"
- "Setting Sun"
- "Sea of Heartache"
- "We'll Find a Way"
- "We Gotta Get out of This Place" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil)
- Leslie West - guitars, vocals
- Don Kretmar - bass
- Mick Jones - guitar
- Corky Laing - drums
- "Buffalo" Bill Gelber - bass
- Ken Ascher - piano
- Sredni Vollmer - harp
- Frank Vicari - horns
- Carl Hall - vocals
- Hilda Harris - vocals
- Sharon Redd - vocals
- Tasha Thomas - vocals
- Bud Prager - executive producer
- Bob d'Orleans - engineer
- George Lopez - assistant engineer
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