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|Studio album by Les Dudek|
|Recorded||Davlen Sound Studios, North Hollywood, California. Additional recording Columbia Recording Studios, San Francisco|
|Genre||Southern rock, blues rock, jazz-rock, funk rock|
|Les Dudek chronology|
All tracks written by Les Dudek, unless otherwise noted.
|3.||"Don't Stop Now"||3:54|
|5.||"It Can Do"||6:31|
|6.||"Take the Time"||4:09|
|8.||"What a Sacrifice"||Dudek, James Curly Cooke||5:53|
His early releases influenced by the Southern rock style of the Allman Brothers Band - slide guitar and dual drummers on a few tracks. Dudek was one of the replacement considerations after the death of Duane Allman. He had uncredited contributions to "Ramblin' Man" and "Jessica" and was part of the recording of Brothers and Sisters.
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