Bobby Whitlock is the debut solo album by American songwriter and rock musician Bobby Whitlock, released in early 1972. The album was produced by Whitlock and Andy Johns, apart from the song “I’d Rather Live the Straight Life”, which Whitlock produced with Joe Zagarino. On the original release, musician credits did not appear, although the record company’s press release listed some of the album’s main contributors. When discussing the sessions in his 2010 autobiography, Whitlock non solo Klaus PDF Delaney Bramlett, rather than Voormann, as the bass player on some tracks.
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In an April 2011 article on Derek and the Dominos, for The A. Club, Noel Murray described Whitlock as “a superior singer-songwriter” and labeled his debut album “an under-heralded classic”. Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: The ABC-Dunhill Recordings. All songs written by Bobby Whitlock, except where noted.
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