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John Mayall

 

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John MayallBlues Alone ... LP
London, 1967. Very Good ... $6.99
A real shift in sound for John Mayall – as the album lives up to its title, and mostly features solo work from the artist! Through the magic of overdubbing, Mayall's singing here along with his own work on organ, harmonica, and guitar – and apart from some brief additional drum work from Keef Hartley, most tracks here have a relatively spare sound overall – bluesier and rootsier than even the previous Blues Breakers albums! As you might expect, Mayall sounds great in the setting – and titles include "Down The Line", "No More Tears", "Harp Man", "Broken Wings", "Cancelling Out", "Don't Kick Me", and "Sonny Boy Blow". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing. Cover has some wear and splitting on the spine.)

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John MayallBottom Line ... LP
DJM, 1979. Near Mint- ... $7.99
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(Cover has a cut corner and some wear.)

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New John MayallHard Core Package ... LP
ABC, 1977. Very Good ... $5.99
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(Cover has a gold promo stamp and light wear.)

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John MayallPrimal Solos ... LP
London, 1977. Near Mint- ... $6.99
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(Cover has light wear and a small name stamp on back.)

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New John MayallTurning Point ... LP
Polydor, 1969. Very Good+ ... $6.99
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(Cover has some wear.)

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John Mayall's Blues BreakersBehind The Iron Curtain ... LP
GNP, 1985. Near Mint- ... $11.99
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(Cover has a cutout hole.)

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John Mayall's Blues BreakersBlues Breakers With Eric Clapton ... LP
Deram, 1966. Very Good ... $19.99
Possibly one of the best-remembered albums by John Mayall's legendary Blues Breakers combo – thanks to vocals and guitar from a young Eric Clapton! Clapton at this point is way fresher than in later years – not prone to cliches, and still coming across with a raw, edgey power that is drenched in American blues tradition. Mayall's great too – wailing on harmonica, organ, and piano – and other members of the core group include John McVie on bass and Hughie Flint on drums – augmented by contributions from UK jazzers John Almond on baritone sax and Alan Skidmore on tenor. Titles include "All Your Love", "Little Girl", "Key To Love", "Parchman Farm", "Have You Heard", "It Ain't Right", and "Steppin Out". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label US stereo pressing. Cover has a partially split bottom seam.)

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New John MayallGigantes Del Pop Vol 42 ... LP
Decca (Spain), Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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New John MayallJazz Blues Fusion ... LP
Polydor, 1972. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A live record of a couple of shows from 1971 in Boston and New York. The lineup includes Blue Mitchell on trumpet, Clifford Solomon playing saxes, Ron Selico on percussion, Larry Taylor playing bass guitar, Freddy Robinson on guitar and Mayall plays harmonica, guitar and piano. The first side contains the Boston set and includes "Country Road", "Mess Around", "Good Time Boogie", and "Change Your Ways." Side two contains three longish tracks of "Dry Throat", "Exercise in C Major", and "Got to be this Way". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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New Blue MitchellBlue's Blues ... LP
Mainstream, 1972. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sweet soulful work from trumpeter Blue Mitchell – a set that has him working with a slightly large group of players, but in a style that's always very much in the groove! There's a nice electric undercurrent to the record throughout – sometimes in the instrumentation from other players, sometimes in the overall way the grooves are put together – which gives the record a quality that's almost like a funky soundtrack at the best moments! The lineup is a bit weird, too – with Joe Sample on keyboards, Freddy Robinson on guitar, Herman Riley on tenor and flute, and even John Mayall on harmonica – playing with a vamping funky edge on a few tunes! The title track – "Blues Blues" – is a great little jazzy break number, and other tracks include "Granite & Concrete", "Casa Blues", and "I Didn't Ask To Be". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has ring & edge wear with some aging.)
 
 
 



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