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Soundcheck

Leslie West

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1.1
Left By The Roadside To Die
Leslie West
4:08
1.2
Give Me One Reason
Leslie West
4:04
1.3
Here For The Party
Leslie West
4:00
1.4
You Are My Sunshine
Leslie West
3:49
1.5
Empty Promises / Nothin' Sacred
Leslie West
3:46
1.6
A Stern Warning
Leslie West
4:15
1.7
People Get Ready
Leslie West
3:07
1.8
Going Down
Leslie West
4:16
1.9
Stand By Me
Leslie West
2:55
1.10
Eleanor Rigby
Leslie West
1:35
1.11
Spoonful
Leslie West
8:16
Total Playing Time    44:11
Soundcheck is the sixteenth solo album by legendary rock guitarist Leslie West. It follows 2013's critically acclaimed Still Climbing. For this new release, Leslie lays down some of his most inspired musical magic to date with the assistance of true rock royalty: the renown British guitarists Peter Frampton and Brian May, ex-Jeff Beck keyboard virtuoso Max Middleton, vocalist extraordinaire Bonnie Bramlett and the late great Cream bassist and longtime friend of Leslie’s, Jack Bruce.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Provogue Studio Masters

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