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John Mayall (& The Bluesbreakers)

Discussion in 'Blues & Jazz' started by TheFeldster, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. joe

    joe Senior Member

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    Would anyone like to do a musical family tree of Alexis Korner? I don't think Pete Frame even would tempt it.
     
  2. Sox

    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    John Mayall and Otis Rush, pearler combination .. the Mayall album with a host of guests is brilliant.



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    FretBuzz Monkey Man

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    I got to meet John Mayall briefly when I saw him in 2001 (I think it was). Excellent show...!

    He's one of the greats, definitely.
     
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    I loved John Mayall's early albums, here's a track from the "Laurel Canyon" album - great guitar solo! excuse the intereference...:rolleyes:

     
  5. Garrett

    Garrett ✯ Blues Man ✯

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    On June, 16, 1966 John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (featuring guitarist Eric Clapton), appeared at The Marquee Club, London, England.

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    John Mayall, Eric Clapton, John McVie and Hughie Flint.

    The Beano Album / 1966

    This Day In Music

    John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

    Noteable former Bluesbreakers:

    Eric Clapton / Guitar
    Peter Green / Guitar
    Mick Taylor / Guitar
    John McVie / Bass
    Jack Bruce / Bass
    Hughie Flint / Drummer
    Aynsley Dunbar / Drummer
    Mick Fleetwood / Drummer



    :bow: John Mayall


     
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    Groovy Man I'm Not Like Everybody Else

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Mick Taylor - Oh, Pretty Woman

    Enjoy, folks...

    :cheers2

     
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    Garrett ✯ Blues Man ✯

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    John Mayall / In the Palace of the King

    A tribute to the music of Freddie King. "He was a big man from Texas, he played an even bigger guitar! He was the King of the Kings, born to be a Superstar".

    ~ John Mayall ~

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    1. You Know That You Love Me
    2. Going Down
    3. Some Other Day, Some Other Time
    4. Palace Of The King
    5. I'd Rather Be Blind
    6. Time To Go
    7. Big Legged Woman
    8. Now I've Got A Woman
    9. I Love You More Every Day
    10. Help Me Through The Day
    11. Cannonball Shuffle
    12. You've Got Me Licked
    13. King Of The Kings
    14. Living On The Highway

    John Mayall / In the Palace of the King


     
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    Garrett ✯ Blues Man ✯

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    Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Hoochie Coochie Man

    GRAHAM BOND - Love is the Law

    Cyril Davies All Stars featuring Long John Baldry. 1963

    John Baldry - Flying

    R & B Sessions VL1: Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Gotta Move / Keep Your Hands Off

    ALEXIS KORNER ERIC CLAPTON CHRIS FARLOWE DICK HECKSTALL-SMITH Stormy Monday 1978 live!








     

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