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  • John Mayall on The Record

    For more than 50 years he's been the reigning king of British blues. He's got a new album, a new live show and no intention of slowing down.
    Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
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  • #2
    Legendary. And the incubator for so many UK electric blues players over the years. Along with Alexis Korner.


    • #3
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      Some years ago, I found this near-mint compilation from 1969 in a shop; it contains one of my very favorite cuts, "Sitting in the Rain".


      • #4
        John Mayall "The Turning Point" was cut by Bob Ludwig. Incredible sound.

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        • Bill Hart
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          I'll second that one! And it a ten dollar record.

      • #5
        "Room to Move" one of my all time favorite tunes.