|Label:||The Right Stuff|
Performance CreditsLeon Russell Primary Artist,Organ,Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Percussion,Piano,Electric Bass,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Electric Piano,Vocals,Background Vocals,Clavinet,Guica,Slide Guitar
J.J. Cale Flute,Guitar,Electric Guitar
Steve Cropper Guitar,Electric Guitar,Slide Guitar
Tommy Allsup Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Mary McCreary Tambourine,Vocals,Background Vocals
Jim Keltner Bass,Percussion,Drums,Snare Drums
Moon Calhoun Drums,Snare Drums
Ambrose Campbell Percussion,Drums,Snare Drums
Donald "Duck" Dunn Bass
Teddy Jack Eddy Drums,Snare Drums
Rev. Patrick Henderson Organ,Percussion,Keyboards,Tabla,Tambourine
Masako Hirayama Biwa
Jim Horn Saxophone,Alto Saxophone,Soloist
Bobby Manuel Guitar,Electric Guitar
David Miner Bass,Percussion
Don Preston Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals
Carl Radle Bass
Mary Russell Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals
Carl Himmel Percussion,Drums,Snare Drums
Al Jackson Percussion,Drums,Snare Drums
Technical CreditsLeon Russell Producer,Contributor
Pete Bishop Engineer
Denny Cordell Producer
Masako Hirayama Contributor
Roger Linn Engineer
John Harkin Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Will O' the Wisp based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
I bought this album while in the Army stationed in Germany in 1975. It made an otherwise dull and drab time seem like I was on an Island vacation. It served me well, and I played it over and over. I still enjoy it very much every time I play it now. It will make you feel good...
A truly gifted artist and it's a shame he didn't produce any more than he did. That which he shared was truly magical. This CD is a keeper. Back to the Island is a hidden treasure.
Whatever became of Leon Russell? 'Carney' and 'Shelter People' as well as 'Will 'o the Wisp' are magical, and yet you never hear of him anymore. Too bad, a truly great artist
Many people don't realize what a terrific songwriter Leon Russell is. They don't know that he wrote A Song for You, Masquerade, and other other well known songs. He is so versatile and puts on one of the best shows ever. He can rock n roll, play the blues, country, and really show people a good time. He doesn't talk much...just plays. Saw him recently in a small joint. He is older, walks with a cane, has his son playing drums, and his daughter doing percussion. He can still boogie. Check him out on the Earl Scruggs and friends music video. Has anyone found the Wedding Album on CD?