Wishing Well – Wishing Well [1997]


Style Hard Rock

Rating 75/100

Band Members
Greg Leon – Vocals,guitars, Stuart Brooks – Bass, Marc Droubay – Drums, Ray Rodriges – Keyboards

01. Soldier Of Love, 02. You Leave Me Shakin’, 03. Only One, 04. Train,Train, 05. Playing With My Feelings, 06. Peace Of Mind, 07. Bad Reputation, 08. What’s Going On, 09. Follow The Sun, 10. Not The Reason

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Profile Gregory Jay Leon is a Los Angeles hard rock guitarist notable for his stints in Quiet Riot and Dokken. Leon had several incarnations of the Invasion and played with various LA acts after his exciting early days. Leon also had a brief time with Greenworld Records’ Midwestern act Vyper, while at the same time gathering a name for himself as a guitar amp modifying specialist. In the late 90s, Leon fronted a band called Wishing Well which also featured Survivor drummer Marc Droubay and English-born bassist Stuart Brooks (ex-Black Cat Bones, Leaf Hound, The Pretty Things). The trio released their eponymous debut album in 1997. The album contain some really good tunes like the opening “Soldier of Love” a killer way to kick off and “You Keep Me Shakin” a song that would have been right at home on Dokken’s “Under Lock and Key”, but the rest of the songs are not so spectacular and appeal to die hard collectors.



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