A former member of Delaney & Bonnie's backup band, as well as a member of Derek & the Dominoes, Bobby Whitlock's first solo record treads much of the same ground.
With contributions from Delaney Bramlett, Whitlock turns in a solid effort filled with southern gospel influences ('A Day Without Jesus') & rootsy rockers. On the mournful ballad 'Dreams of a Hobo' Whitlock shows that all his good material was not spent on the Derek & the Dominoes project. thankfully now reissued, this album perfectly encapsulates early-'70s southern roots rock.
- Where There's A Will There's A Way
- Song For Paula
- A Game Called Life
- Country Life
- A Day Without Jesus
- Back In My Life Again
- The Scenery Has Slowly Changed
- I'd Rather Live The Straight Life
- The Dreams Of A Hobo
- Back Home In England