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Leslie West has gained fame the world over during his 30-plus year career as one of the most innovative and influential musicians in the history of rock music. He is most noted for his role as leader of the explosive hard ... more »
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Leslie West has gained fame the world over during his 30-plus year career as one of the most innovative and influential musicians in the history of rock music. He is most noted for his role as leader of the explosive hard rock trio, Mountain, which was named by VH-1 as one of the Top 100 Hard Rock Groups of all time. Voiceprint. 2006.
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Best Version of Theme for Imaginary Western
Bluematter | Colorado | 07/07/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Theme came out in the 80s with Leslie working with Jack Bruce again. This is a great sounding CD with Jack doing the honors on vocal for the Title Tune (Excellent) Other highlights include a great version of Hendrix's "RedHouse" and Cream's Version of "Spoonful" segueing into "Love me tender" Leslie is in fine form throughout the offering. Highly recommended to WBL, Mountain, and Leslie West fans."
To everything, STERN STERN STERN. There is a season, STERN
Smegma Cheese | l got a hundred guns, a hundred clips 'coz l'm fro | 06/04/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Howard Stern should take credit for this album. Back in late '85 Howard was talking about how much he loved Mountain. Listening to him was none other than Leslie West who later called in and said how much of a fan he was of Stern. The two became friends and Leslie became a regular on his show. Then something weird happened, Mountain records started to sell again as Howard introduced a new generation of fans to the Mississippi Queen himself. Pretty soon Leslie was in demand for live shows and recording offers came in.
Leslie pays tribute to Stern with the song ''Motherlode''. 0ne would think it was ''Talk Dirty'', but it's not. Howard wrote the liner notes on the back of the album, which in itself is worth the price."