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West, Bruce & Laing - Why Dontcha flac album
  • Performer: West, Bruce & Laing
  • Title: Why Dontcha
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Hard Rock,Blues-Rock
  • Date of release: 1972
  • MP3 size: 1714 mb
  • FLAC size 1320 mb
  • Formats APE MP3 MP1 DMF MIDI MP2
  • Duration: 39:30

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West, Bruce & Laing (WBL) were a blues rock power trio super-group formed in 1972 by Leslie West (guitar and vocals; formerly of Mountain), Jack Bruce (bass, harp, keyboards and vocals; ex-Cream) and Corky Laing (drums and vocals; ex-Mountain). The band released two studio albums, Why Dontcha (1972) and Whatever Turns You On (1973), during their active tenure. Their disbanding was officially announced in early 1974 prior to the release of their third and last album, Live 'n' Kickin'.

West, Bruce & Laing's Why Dontcha has aged gracefully as an authentic signature of what these artists were doing, but it lacks the staying power of Blind Faith, the fault being the choice of material. There is no "Theme from an Imaginary Western" here, there is no "Sea of Joy," just a relentless hard rock assault best exemplified by the track "Shake Ma Thing (Rollin Jack). In an interview with Corky Laing, that legendary quote from Flo & Eddie was brought to his attention - their opinion that Mountain keyboard player Steve Knight was "the most useless man in rock & roll. Laing quickly came to Knight's defense and said that he played rhythms that were essential to Mountain.

Vocals – Leslie WestWritten-By – West, Bruce, Laing. 2. Out Into The Fields. Vocals, Piano, Harmonium, Organ – Jack BruceWritten-By – Brown, West, Bruce, Laing. Blues Harp, Acoustic Bass – Jack BruceSlide Guitar – Leslie WestVocals – Corky LaingWritten-By – West, Bruce, Laing. Vocals, Piano – Jack BruceWritten-By – Eddie Boyd.

West Bruce Laing – . ove Is Worth The Blues - Why Dontch. :06. West, Bruce & Laing – A1 Why Dontcha. West, Bruce & Laing – The Doctor - Why Dontcha (1972) Classic/Har. :02. West, Bruce & Laing – Why Dontcha - Why Dontcha (1972. :14. West, Bruce & Laing – Love is Worth the Blues (Records at Albu. :11. West, Bruce & Laing. 1972 – Love Is Worth The Blues.

ARTIST: West, Bruce & Laing. ALBUM, TITLE: Why Dontcha. Release year, date: 1972. Country: USA. STYLE: Hard Rock, Blues Rock. File format: MP3. QUALITY: 320 kbps. 01. Why Dontcha 02. Out Into The Fields 03. The Doctor 04. Turn Me Over 05. Third Degree 06. Shake Ma Thing (Rollin Jack) 07. While You Sleep 08.

Why Dontcha - Студийный альбом от West, Bruce & Laing. В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 39:24. Montain The Animal Trainer And The Toad LEG. Next.

Listen to music from West, Bruce & Laing like Why Dontcha, Love Is Worth The Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from West, Bruce & Laing. The trio formed in London during 1972 following the breakup of Mountain, which featured both West and Laing. West, Bruce and Laing were a 1970s power trio consisting of Leslie West (guitar and vocals), Corky Laing (drums and vocals) and Jack Bruce (bass and vocals). Bruce had been a member of Cream.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Why Dontcha? Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 3:03
2 Out into the Fields Pete Brown / Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 4:41
3 The Doctor Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Sue Palmer / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 4:29
4 Turn Me Over Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 2:44
5 Third Degree Eddie Boyd West, Bruce & Laing 5:15
6 Shake Ma Thing (Rollin' Jack) Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 3:16
7 While You Sleep Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 3:24
8 Pleasure Pete Brown / Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 4:00
9 Love Is Worth the Blues Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 4:12
10 Pollution Woman Pete Brown / Jack Bruce / Corky Laing / Leslie West West, Bruce & Laing 4:26

Credits:

Eddie Boyd - Composer
Pete Brown - Composer
Bruce - Performer
Jack Bruce - ARP Synthesizer, Bass, Bass (Acoustic), Choir/Chorus, Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Harmonica, Harmonium, Harp, Organ, Piano, Producer, Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Andy Johns - Engineer, Producer
Corky Laing - Composer, Drums, Guitar (Rhythm), Producer, Vocals
Ed Lee - Art Direction, Design, Photography
Sue Palmer - Composer
Roland Scherman - Cover Photo
Dan Turbeville - Assistant Engineer
Chris Welch - Liner Notes
West - Performer
West, Bruce & Laing - Primary Artist, Producer
Leslie West - Composer, Dobro, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Producer, Slide Guitar, Vocals
Comments: (1)
Anarius
The stumbling blocks that doomed West, Bruce, & Laing are probably the same things that doomed many attempted "supergroups" back in the day: Inconsistency and excess. Lesser factors would include ego and poor planning. For example, whoever planned the sequencing of this flawed masterpiece really needed a good talking to. This probably is where ego clashes would have entered the picture. This album has some of Jack Bruce's most stunning bass work ever, and I have to think he felt freed of the dominant presence of Eric Clapton. No doubt he also felt the 2nd track, "Out Into the Fields," a Jack Bruce showpiece, was An Important Song. In retrospect, however, it is the sound of screeching brakes halting the impressive momentum begun by the opening title track, not least due to the awful backing vocals. It takes awhile to fully recover.If you can custom sequence these tracks yourself, try this: 1/6/5/7/9/10/3/8/2/4. To my ear, at least, this flows SO MUCH better, and it buries that self-important stinker where the filler should be. Also, the sophomoric humor of "Turn Me Over" would close the set and encourage replay. Seriously, give it a shot: The ripping title track followed by the equally foot-stomping "Shake Ma Thing," then the bluesy "Third Degree" (as the Third track--yes, I went there) leading into the gorgeous and spacey "While You Sleep." On vinyl this would mean side 1 would close with "Love is Worth the Blues" and side 2 would open with "Pollution Woman," which to me is a great change of pace that sounds like a wonderful lost James Gang number. Follow that with two more head-bobbers ("The Doctor" and "Pleasure," the latter being just a bit too "Can't You Hear Me Knocking"), then stick in the filler where it belongs.Well, they should've hired me to do the sequencing. Could've been seen as a minor masterpiece in its day. Then again, I was struggling with puberty when this was being recorded. H.G. Wells, where are you when we need you?
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