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John Mayall - Rollin' with the blues - 2005  

Posted by v3122 at March 15, 2010
John Mayall - Rollin' with the blues - 2005

John Mayall - Rollin' with the blues - 2005
2005 | Blues | DVD Video | DVD-5 | ~3.70 Gb | RS.com + HF.com
MPEG2 PAL 4:3 (720x576) 6000 Kbps | Dolby Digital 5.1, 48Khz, 448Kbps

Fine video of "Great Father of British Blues" from Autarc Media.

Harpdog Brown - Travelin' With The Blues (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Aug. 25, 2016
Harpdog Brown - Travelin' With The Blues (2016)

Harpdog Brown - Travelin' With The Blues (2016)
Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:46:27 | 108 MB
Label: Dog House Records | Release Year: 2016

My good friend Harpdog Brown has a new CD out. He’s got a smokin’ band playing and he’s singing the real deal, old school blues just like you want to hear it. It’s easy to tell from listening that Harpdog knows what he’s doing and loves what he’s doing. I’m not applauding this CD just because I happen to have the honor of joining Harpdog on a tune…it really is some great smokin’ blues. Every tune is a winner. If you love the blues you won’t go wrong with this wonderful session. I LOVE the killer guitar playing! It’s hard to say what my favorite is but I gotta say I REALLY like Must’ve Been The Devil. I’ve always liked that tune and Harpdog does it great. I love his harp playing on this one especially. Home Is Where The Harp Is has a cool 8-bar blues groove and I love 8-bar blues progression. Fool Like Me, Hayward Boogie, Cloud Full Of Rain, Fine Little Girl, are all fine and For Better or Worse has especially good lyrics.
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - The Power Of The Blues (Two Disc Set) (1997)

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - The Power Of The Blues (Two Disc Set) (1997)
Blues, Blues Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 103 min | 237 MB
Label: Charly | Rel: 1997

British blues boomer John Mayall has always been somewhat of an ersatz figure because of his proclivity to stretch into more jazz or folky territory. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but he's never been all that authentic or convincing. This in-concert double-CD set from 1987 does focus on an attempt to contemporize the electric Chicago blues style, and on the whole succeeds. Mayall and his band, with the leader singing and playing amplified guitar, cover tunes by Sonny Boy Williamson, Otis Rush, Little Walter, and Jimmy Rogers, while nine others are penned by the leader. His nearly 11-minute "Room to Move," with Mayall on harmonica, is always a showstopper. Over the decades Mayall has gone back and forth from electric to acoustic, and though his less bluesy material has always been more popular, it's good to hear him strap on the axe and get down on occasion.

John Mayall – Back To The Roots (1971) [Remastered 2001]  

Posted by boogie-de at Jan. 29, 2014
John Mayall – Back To The Roots (1971) [Remastered 2001]

John Mayall – Back To The Roots (1971)
XLD rip | Flac+Cue+Log = 851 MB | Mp3 VBR0 = 246 MB | Scans 400 dpi jpg | RAR
Remastered & Remixed CD 2001 | Polydor 314 549 424 2 | Blues Rock | UK · USA

It's a sign of either how far downhill music has gone in 30 years, or how underrated he was as a singer in the first place, but John Mayall's voice comes off extremely well in this long-delayed CD reissue of Back to the Roots. … The recording at hand holds up extremely well on CD, and not only because Mayall's voice seems more appealing today than it did in 1971. … At least in the US, the original release always seemed to suffer from cheap, noisy pressings, which detracted from the subtlety of the playing; and depend upon in, on tracks like "Accidental Suicide," which featured Clapton, Taylor, and Harvey Mandel on lead guitar (not to mention Mayall on rhythm guitar), there were lots of subtleties to appreciate. …

Cuby + Blizzards - Travelling With The Blues (1997)  

Posted by uff at March 14, 2012
Cuby + Blizzards - Travelling With The Blues (1997)

Cuby + Blizzards - Travelling With The Blues (1997)
blues | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | HQ covers
MRCD184 | 430Mb

Cuby & the Blizzards was the most important bluesgroup of the Netherlands in the sixties. They were popular throughout Europe. Cuby worked with John Mayall, Alexis Corner and Eddy Boyd, to name only a few. Cuby had a big following and made several records. Early '70's the band broke up. Cuby went his own way as blues&funksinger Harry Muskee. In the '90's Cuby & the Blizzards reunited. The famous & excellent guitarplayer Eelco Gelling however stayed at home and was replaced by Erwin Java. The cd 'Travelling with the blues' is a live-record wich contains songs from the early cuby-days as well as newer songs Muskee recorded in the 70's & 80's.

John Mayall - Howlin' At The Moon (2011)  

Posted by popsakov at July 22, 2011
John Mayall - Howlin' At The Moon (2011)

John Mayall - Howlin' At The Moon (2011)
EAC Rip | APE, Img+Cue, Log+Checker ~ 509 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 195 Mb
Covers & Booklet Included (JPG, 400 dpi) | FileSonic, FileServe, Uploaded | 3% Recovery
Blues, Blues-Rock | Label: Secret Records Limited | Catalog#: SECCD029

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers featured the best of the early 60s English rhythm and blues scene, including members of the Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Cream and more. This compilation of live tracks was recorded in the USA and Italy in the early 1980's, and features performances by John McVie (Fleetwood Mac) and Mick Taylor (The Rolling Stones) from the reformed Bluesbreakers tour of 1982. Over 70 minutes of the finest blues including a storming workout of "The Stumble".

John Mayall - A Banquet In Blues - 1976  

Posted by v3122 at April 27, 2010
John Mayall - A Banquet In Blues - 1976

John Mayall - A Banquet In Blues - 1976
Blues/Blues-Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 8 Tracks
Covers Included | ~279 + 107 Mb | RS.com + Uploading

John Mayall - Father of the British Blues…

Peter Green - Alone With The Blues (Compilation) [2000]  

Posted by evaristegalois at Oct. 2, 2009
Peter Green - Alone With The Blues (Compilation) [2000]

Peter Green - Alone With The Blues (Compilation) [2000]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 390 MB | MP3 320 Kbps | 159 MB | Complete Scans | 3.97 MB
Blues | Label: Metro Music | Catalog Number: METRCD009 | RS.com

After acknowledging Eric Clapton and George Harrison in the audience at a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1969, B.B. King was heard to have said 'But I've got to say that I'm sorry, Peter Green is best'. This is a 16 track compilation featuring over 30 years of great recordings by one of the world's best blues guitarists. From recent solo work through classic early Fleetwood Mac tracks and even earlier John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers cuts, this is an essential overview of the development of one of rock's most intriguing, talented and misunderstood enigmas. Contains 'Kind Hearted Woman', 'Born Under A Bad Sign' and 'A Fool No More'.
John Mayall - Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton (1966) [ExtraTracks, Remastered 2001]

John Mayall - Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton (1966) [ExtraTracks, Remastered 2001]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 268 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 102 MB | Complete Scans | 3.11 MB
Blues | Label: Decca | Catalog Number: 422 882 967-2 | RS.com

Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton is a 1966 electric British blues album by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton as lead guitarist. It is often referred to as The Beano album because the photograph on the album cover shows Clapton reading The Beano, a well-known British children's comic.
Apart from being one of the most overall influential albums in blues-rock history, it was likely the first time anyone had heard a Gibson Les Paul guitar through an overdriven Marshall amplifier; this unique sound would become particularly influential. The re-introduction of the Les Paul by Gibson was largely fueled by the blues boom that so often featured it. Clapton's incendiary playing inspired graffiti saying "Clapton is God" on the streets of London around the time of the album's release. - Wikipedia

John Mayall - Back To The Roots  

Posted by georgebukki at Jan. 7, 2009
John Mayall - Back To The Roots

John Mayall - Back To The Roots
1971 (Audio CD: 2001) | Blues | 2CDs | mp3 320kbps | 318MB

The elder statesman of British blues, it is Mayall's lot to be more renowned as a bandleader and mentor than as a performer in his own right. Throughout the '60s, his band, the Bluesbreakers, acted as a finishing school for the leading British blues-rock musicians of the era. Guitarists Eric Clapton, Peter Green, and Mick Taylor joined his band in a remarkable succession in the mid-'60s, honing their chops with Mayall before going on to join Cream, Fleetwood Mac, and the Rolling Stones, respectively. John McVie and Mick Fleetwood, Jack Bruce, Aynsley Dunbar, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Andy Fraser (of Free), John Almond, and Jon Mark also played and recorded with Mayall for varying lengths of times in the '60s.