Whatever Turns You On (album). Whatever Turns You On is the second and last studio album by blues rock power trio/supergroup West, Bruce and Laing. The album features a black-and-white comic strip on its front and back covers depicting the alleged "turn-ons" of the band's members - Leslie West's is food, Jack Bruce's alcohol, and Corky Laing's sex - as pursued by various avatars representing each of the three
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
Producer – Andy Johns, Leslie West, Jack Bruce, Corky Laing. Other (Spars Code): AAD. Other Versions (5 of 31) View All. Cat.
Album Name Whatever Turns You on. Type Album. Wydawcy Columbia Records Windfall Records. Styl muzycznyBlues Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album4.
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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. Leslie West ( West, Bruce & Laing 1972) – Why Dontcha. West, Bruce & Laing – Third Degree (Records at Album Why Dontch. 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. 1972 – Shake Ma Thing (Rollin Jack).
Why Dontcha is the first studio album by power trio West, Bruce and Laing. The album features "The Doctor", which received heavy FM radio airplay upon the album's release and became a signature song in live performance for the band