West, Bruce & Laing

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

West, Bruce & Laing - Whatever Turns You On Whatever Turns You On
Pop New - LP KC 32216 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1973 Original. “Adding A Bit Of Procol Harum's Sound To The Mix Is Exactly What The Doctor Ordered For This Superior Second Outing From The Decision By Jack Bruce And Leslie West To Merge Their Talents. "Shifting Sands" And The Peter Brown Co-Written "November Song" Are Amazing Expressions For These Artists, Who Break Out Of What People Expected From Them To Create Something Important. Bruce Does His Best Neil Young In This "Helpless" Takeoff, And West's Guitar Adds The Bite That Was Not Part Of Buffalo Springfield, But The Album Jacket Is Just Plain Terrible, Like The Guess Who's Road Food Taken To An Extreme. Had This Album Found Its Way Into The Sublime Cover To Their First Effort, Why Dontcha, They Might've Been Taken More Seriously By The Critical Elite Of The Day. The Underground Comic Art By Joe Petagno Is Not The Beautiful Stuff He Has Produced Since, And Is Not The Eye-Catching Robert Crumb Work That Made Big Brother's Cheap Thrills So Inviting. Perhaps You Can't Tell A Book By Its Cover, But That's What Marketing Departments Are For, And The Debacle That Is The Packaging On Whatever Turns You On Disguises The On-Target Music Finally Starting To Jell.” – Joe Viglione, AMG... more details
 
West, Bruce & Laing - Why Dontcha Why Dontcha
Pop Used - LP PC 31929 Columbia
2nd Issue With PC Prefix. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
West, Bruce & Laing - Live 'N' Kickin' Live 'N' Kickin'
Pop New - LP KC 32899 Columbia
Sealed 1974 Original From The Collection Of A Columbia Record Exec. First Copy We Have Seen Since 2004. Scan Of Label Is Of An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock.... more details
 
West, Bruce & Laing - Live 'N' Kickin' Live 'N' Kickin'
Pop Used - LP KC 32899 Windfall
1974 Original, Radio Station Timing Strip On Jacket. Jack Bruce, Bass Guitar; Leslie West, Guitar Vocals; Corky Laing, Drums.... more details
 
West, Bruce & Laing - Whatever Turns You On Whatever Turns You On
Pop Used - LP KC 32216 Columbia
1973 Original. “Adding A Bit Of Procol Harum's Sound To The Mix Is Exactly What The Doctor Ordered For This Superior Second Outing From The Decision By Jack Bruce And Leslie West To Merge Their Talents. "Shifting Sands" And The Peter Brown Co-Written "November Song" Are Amazing Expressions For These Artists, Who Break Out Of What People Expected From Them To Create Something Important. Bruce Does His Best Neil Young In This "Helpless" Takeoff, And West's Guitar Adds The Bite That Was Not Part Of Buffalo Springfield, But The Album Jacket Is Just Plain Terrible, Like The Guess Who's Road Food Taken To An Extreme. Had This Album Found Its Way Into The Sublime Cover To Their First Effort, Why Dontcha, They Might've Been Taken More Seriously By The Critical Elite Of The Day. The Underground Comic Art By Joe Petagno Is Not The Beautiful Stuff He Has Produced Since, And Is Not The Eye-Catching Robert Crumb Work That Made Big Brother's Cheap Thrills So Inviting. Perhaps You Can't Tell A Book By Its Cover, But That's What Marketing Departments Are For, And The Debacle That Is The Packaging On Whatever Turns You On Disguises The On-Target Music Finally Starting To Jell.” – Joe Viglione, AMG... more details
 

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