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Leslies Motel - Dirty Sheets 1972 FULL ALBUM

Line-up / Musicians

Bill Tullis — lead vocals, rhythm guitar, tambourine

Mike Seibold — lead guitar, vocals

Richard Bush — Hammond C3 organ, Fender Rhodes piano

Ray Barrickman — bass, vocals

Paul Hoerni — drums

Roy Blumenfeld — drums, congas, hand clapping

Tracks Listing

01. Step Down Baby

02. Interlude

03. My Sweet Woman ​

04. Blister

05. Reason Why

06. Windmills

07. Latino Motel (Prelude/Interlude/Qualude)

08. Movin' Rock & Roll

09. Dirty Sheets [Live]

Released 2009

LESLIE’S MOTEL was formed in 1971, by core trio Bill Tullis (vocals, rhythm guitar, tambourine), Mike Seibold (lead guitar, vocals), and Richard Bush (organ, piano). The three were not novices by any stretch, as Bush had been a keyboard player with the soul band Tom Dooley & The Lovelights. Seibold and Tullis were both in one of Louisville’s earliest heavy blues bands, Conception, which Tullis put an end to after seeing The Allman Joys (pre-The Allman Brothers Band) in Nashville during that time. Apparently quite impressed by them, Tullis is on public record stating “I knew my musical path was going to change… Mike and I disbanded Conception and sought out some new musicians to be a part of this southern rock sound.”

Those new musicians eventually settled on was Ray Barrickman (bass, vocals), Paul Hoemi (drums), and Roy Blumenfeld (drums, congas, hand claps). Together, the six musicians rehearsed in a garage off of Dixie Highway in Louisville. En route to each rehearsal, they passed by the inspiration for their name, Leslie’s Motel. An alleged “house of ill repute” mainly frequented by soldiers from Fort Knox, the motel was known to be open for business according to how their sign was lit.

It was not long until the band, LESLIE’S MOTEL, built a reputation for stunning onstage jams reminiscent of acts like Ten Years After and Ozark Mountain Daredevils. The band played the eastern seaboard club circuit from as far north as Boston to as far west as St. Louis, and south to Florida. From all accounts, they were well embraced in all locales. So much so that the group was offered the opportunity to open for large name national acts like Ted Nugent, John Lee Hooker, Rory Gallagher, Charlie Daniels, MC5, Mitch Ryder, and many other artists.


An excellent find this fine morning.😎
Dan Monday, 31st May, 2021 @ 11:06 am

An excellent find this fine morning.😎
Dan Albums Monday, 31st May, 2021 @ 11:06 am

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