John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers A Hard Road

John Myall and the Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road  Music

Posted by gribouille at Nov. 7, 2008
John Myall and the Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road

John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road
MP3 VBR 220-276kbps => 68Mb | EAC | FLAC => 127 + 116MB
Genre: British Blues

A Hard Road is a good if uneven blues-rock album, highlighted by Green's incredible sustain on the instrumental "Supernatural" (a clear influence on Carlos Santana).

John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road (1967)  Music

Posted by v3122 at June 23, 2016
John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road (1967)

John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road (1967)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1987 | London, 820 474-2 | ~ 227 or 88 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 35 Mb
Blues Rock, Harmonica Blues, Electric Blues, Southern Rock

Eric Clapton is usually thought of as John Mayall's most important right-hand man, but the case could also be made for his successor, Peter Green. The future Fleetwood Mac founder leaves a strong stamp on his only album with the Bluesbreakers, singing a few tracks and writing a couple, including the devastating instrumental "Supernatural."…
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers – A Hard Road [Sundazed 180g Mono LP] Vinyl Rip 24/96

John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers ‎– A Hard Road (1967)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLACS | Artwork | 830 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery
Sundazed Music ‎– LP 5372 (US, 2011 Reissue, Mono, 180 g)

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers – A Hard Road (1967) (24/44 Vinyl Rip)  Vinyl & HR

Posted by boogie-de at Jan. 28, 2014
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers – A Hard Road (1967) (24/44 Vinyl Rip)

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers – A Hard Road (1967)
Max Flac 24Bit/44.1kHz = 423 MB | Mp3 VBR0 = 82 MB | Scans 300 dpi jpg | RAR
Vinyl LP | Decca SLK 16490-P | Blues Rock | UK

Eric Clapton is usually thought of as John Mayall's most important right-hand man, but the case could also be made for his successor, Peter Green. The future Fleetwood Mac founder leaves a strong stamp on his only album with the Bluesbreakers, singing a few tracks and writing a couple, including the devastating instrumental "Supernatural." Green's use of thick sustain on this track clearly pointed the way to his use of guitar riffs with elongated, slithery tones on Fleetwood Mac's "Albatross" and "Black Magic Woman," …

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Spinning Coin (1995)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 21, 2017
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Spinning Coin (1995)

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Spinning Coin (1995)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 318 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 112 Mb | Scans ~ 45 Mb
British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Silvertone | # 01241-41541-2 | 00:49:04

Somehow the grandfather of British blues still had the fire in his belly to record a strong album almost 40 years after he began his storied career. Buddy Whittington acquits himself well as the latest in a long line of hotshot guitarists for this multi-instrumentalist, who still does his best work on harmonica. He still admires long-dead bluesman J.B. Lenoir, including "Voodoo Music" here. A lot of credit for this strong outing goes to R.S. Field, lyricist and sometime producer for Webb Wilder. "Long Story Short" would pass for a Wilder tune were it not for Mayall's distinctive voice.
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - In The Palace Of The King (2007)

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - In The Palace Of The King (2007)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 383 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 136 Mb | Scans ~ 71 Mb
British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Eagle | # EAGCD345, GAS 0000345 EAG | 00:59:38

This album is John's tribute to one of his blues heroes, the late, great Freddie King. King was a blues guitar pioneer from the mid-50's through to his tragically early death in the mid-70's and he influenced everyone from Peter Green to Dave Edmunds to Stevie Ray Vaughan and probably most of all Eric Clapton, who produced and played on King's final album. In The Palace Of The King features John Mayall's take on his personal selection of Freddie King favorites and is a fabulous combination of two true blues legends.
John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers - Padlock On The Blues (1999) With Special Guest John Lee Hooker [Re-Up]

John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers - Padlock On The Blues (1999)
With Special Guest John Lee Hooker

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 465 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 200 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Eagle Records | # EAGCD077 | Time: 00:59:55

1999 album from Britain's godfather of blues rock. 13 tracks, including 'White Line Fever' and 'Bad Dream Catcher'. Features guest appearances from John Lee Hooker, Ernie Watts and Coco Montoya.

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Road Dogs (2005) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 16, 2016
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Road Dogs (2005) [Re-Up]

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Road Dogs (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 483 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 172 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 84 mb
Genre: British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Eagle | # ER 20069-2 | Time: 01:10:53

Road Dogs is a studio recording by British Bluesman John Mayall with the Bluesbreakers. With 71 minutes of Mayall's sturdy blues rock, the album's 15 tracks cover a wide variety of ground, from the slow, deliberate pace of 'Road Dogs' to the shuffle of 'Burned Bridges' to the laid back 'Beyond Control'.
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Blues for the Lost Days (1997)

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Blues for the Lost Days (1997)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 381 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 157 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Silverstone | # CTCZ-30011 | Time: 00:51:10

John Mayall has been playing blues literally for my entire lifetime and at 64 years old proves that he's still among the best. On this CD, Mayall displays the many blues attitudes of which he is capable. Lately, many of his songs decry urban decay and violence. He continues here in that vein with the hard-driving Dead City and the old Eddie Harris R&B song, How Can You Live Like That. Stone Cold Deal is a shuffle driven by saxophone, organ and drums. Its infectuous rhythm will have you dancing and its incisive lyrics will have you thinking. My other favorites are the title cut on which Mayall's prowess on the piano is showcased, One In A Million which is a rocking paean to his beloved mother, and I Don't Mind, a song in the rollicking piano-driven Southern style for which Mayall is justly famous. There isn't anything I really dislike on the album though It Ain't Safe and Some Other Day seem out of place and Trenches, though lyrically gripping, is musically weak. If you are a blues fan, you are sure to like Blues For the Lost Days, another strong effort from master bluesman John Mayall.

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Stories (2002)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 13, 2013
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Stories (2002)

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Stories (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 470 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 161 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 104 Mb
Genre: British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Eagle Records/Red Inc. | # WK59669 | Time: 01:07:01

John Mayall, 69 years of age at the time of this recording, is at the very least irrepressible. He and his many versions of the Bluesbreakers have hit the road every year for decades, and the five years leading up to the release of Stories offer a flurry of activity that hasn't been seen from him since the 1970s. The Bluesbreakers lineup here has been with him since Spinning Coin, and includes Joe Yuele on drums, guitarist Buddy Whittington, Hank Van Sickle on bass, and Tom Canning on keyboards. Like the young hip-hop kids who self reference ubiquitously, Mayall writes more songs about blues music or playing the blues than virtually any musician in history, and Stories seems to be a series of narrative songs that are, for the most part, about various blues giants of the past, such as a reminiscence about seeing Little Walter in "Southside Story" or a paean to Leadbelly in "Oh, Leadbelly," various blues myths such as "I Thought I Heard the Devil" and "The Witching Hour," or exhortations for young people to take up the blues mantle ("Kids Got the Blues").