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Leon Russell

Leon Russel

1. A Song For You 2. Dixie Lullaby 3. I Put A Spell On You 4. Shoot Out On The Plantation 5. Hummingbird 6. Delta Lady 7. Prince Of Peace 8. Old Masters 9. Give Peace A Chance 10. Hurtsome Body 11. Pisces Apple Lady 12. Roll Away The Stone 13. Hummingbird (Original Version) 14. Roll Away The Stone (Original Version)
  • Leon Russell - vocal, piano
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W nagraniu udział wzięli: Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Steve Winwood and More! One of the most accomplished musicians to emerge from the '60s music scene, Leon Russell proved equally accomplished as a singer, guitarist, keyboard player, composer and producer. By the '70s Leon was widely recognized as one of rock's true Renaissance men. He wrote and sang such classics as "A Song For You", "Delta Lady", "I Put A Spell On You", "Shoot Out On The Plantation" and many more. Appearing on this recording with Russell was a cast of super stars including George Harrison and Ringo Starr, Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton, Stevie Winwood, Joe Cocker and back-up singers Merry Clayton and Clydie King. "Leon Russell never quite hit all the right notes the way he did on his eponymous debut. He never again seemed as convincing in his grasp of Americana music and themes, never again seemed as individual, and never again did his limited, slurred bluesy voice seem as ingratiating. He never again topped his triptych of "A Song for You," "Hummingbird," and "Delta Lady," nor did his albums contain such fine tracks as "Dixie Lullaby." Throughout it all, what comes across is Russell's idiosyncratic vision, not only in his approach but in his very construction...Yes, his voice is a bit of an acquired taste, but it's only appropriate for a songwriter with enough chutzpah to write songs of his own called "I Put a Spell on You" and "Give Peace a Chance." And if there ever was a place to acquire a taste for Russell, it's here." - allmusic.com