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Leslie West Band
Pop New - LP BPL1 1258 Phantom
Sealed 1975 Original.... more details
 
West, Leslie - The Great Fatsby The Great Fatsby
Pop Used - LP BLP1-0954 Phantom
1975 Original Featuring Mick Jagger. Appears Unplayed. Pressed At RCA Hollywood. Embossed Promo Stamp On Rear Cover.... more details
 
West, Leslie - The Great Fatsby The Great Fatsby
Pop Used - LP 6293 RCA
Japanese White Label Promo, No Obi. Features Mick Jagger.... more details
 
West, Leslie - Mountain Mountain
Pop New - LP 4500 Windfall
Sealed 1969 Original. “Frequently Classified As The First Album By The Group Mountain, Which Was Named After It, Leslie West's Initial Solo Album Featured Bass/Keyboard Player Felix Pappalardi, Who Also Produced It And Co-Wrote Eight Of Its 11 Songs, And Drummer N.D. Smart II. (This Trio Did, Indeed, Tour Under The Name Mountain Shortly After The Album's Release, Even Performing At Woodstock, Though Smart Was Replaced By Corky Laing And Steve Knight Was Added As Keyboard Player For The Formal Recording Debut Of The Group, Mountain Climbing!, Released In February 1970.) Pappalardi Had Been Cream's Producer, And That Power Trio, As Well As The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Were The Models For This Rock Set, Which Was Dominated By West's Throaty Roar Of A Voice And Inventive Blues-Rock Guitar Playing. Though West Had Led The Vagrants For Years And Cut A Handful Of Singles With Them, This Was His First Album Release, And It Made For An Auspicious Debut, Instantly Establishing Him As A Guitar Hero And Setting The Style Of Mountain's Subsequent Recordings.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
West, Leslie - Alligator Alligator
Pop New - LP 82016 I.R.S.
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Sealed, Rare 1989 Original From The Mountain Man. Tiny Saw Notch.... more details
 
West, Leslie - Mountain Mountain
Pop Used - LP 4500 Windfall
1969 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. “Frequently Classified As The First Album By The Group Mountain, Which Was Named After It, Leslie West's Initial Solo Album Featured Bass/Keyboard Player Felix Pappalardi, Who Also Produced It And Co-Wrote Eight Of Its 11 Songs, And Drummer N.D. Smart II. (This Trio Did, Indeed, Tour Under The Name Mountain Shortly After The Album's Release, Even Performing At Woodstock, Though Smart Was Replaced By Corky Laing And Steve Knight Was Added As Keyboard Player For The Formal Recording Debut Of The Group, Mountain Climbing!, Released In February 1970.) Pappalardi Had Been Cream's Producer, And That Power Trio, As Well As The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Were The Models For This Rock Set, Which Was Dominated By West's Throaty Roar Of A Voice And Inventive Blues-Rock Guitar Playing. Though West Had Led The Vagrants For Years And Cut A Handful Of Singles With Them, This Was His First Album Release, And It Made For An Auspicious Debut, Instantly Establishing Him As A Guitar Hero And Setting The Style Of Mountain's Subsequent Recordings.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
West, Leslie - Unusual Suspects Unusual Suspects
Pop New - LP PRD 7335 Provogue
Sealed 2011 Original From The Former Mountain Frontman. Includes Appearances By Billy Gibbons, Slash, Zakk Wylde, Joe Bonamassa, And Steve Lukather.... more details
 
West, Leslie - The Great Fatsby The Great Fatsby
Pop New - LP BLP1-0954 Phantom
Sealed 1975 Original Featuring Mick Jagger. Small Saw Cut. Original Gemco Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. “…It Opens With A Nice And Bluesy Paul Kelly Tune, "Don't Burn Me," And For The Post-Mountain Work Here, That Direction Works Best. "The House Of The Rising Sun" Features A Duet With Dana Valery And Is An Interesting Read On The Traditional Tune Made Famous By The Animals. Mick Jagger Plays Some Guitar On A Tune Credited To Himself, Keith Richards, West, Corky Laing, And Sandra Palmer. "High Roller" Is A Second Cousin To "Brown Sugar," And For Rolling Stones Fans, It's A Must Have, A Rare '70s Co-Write And Collaboration With Another Artist. For Leslie West Fans, The Album Is A Departure From The Mountain Onslaught And A Treat. "I'm Gonna Love You Thru The Night" Has An Elegant Guitar Riff And Brings West Back To The Blues. Though It's An Original From Corky Laing And His Guitarist, The Influence Of The Band Free Is Obvious. West Does An Admirable Job On Andy Fraser's "Doctor Love" On Side Two, As Well As The Free Song "Little Bit Of Love." Tim Hardin's "If I Were A Carpenter" Is A Total Diversion For The Hard Rock Guitar Slinger, And It Comes Off Very Nicely. At Five Minutes And 20 Seconds, "Carpenter" Is The Album's Longest Track. The Instrumental "E.S.P." Might Be The Strongest Statement Here (Isn't That The Name Of Label Owner Bud Prager's Management Firm, E.S.P.?). With 12-String Guitars And Superb Musicianship, It's The Best Of West On Display. Gary Wright Makes An Appearance On This Album On Piano, And The Great Fatsby Emerges As A Unique Look At An Important Rock & Roll Artist With Some Surprises Tucked Inside.” Joe Viglione, AMG.... more details
 

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