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1001 Albums: Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton


Artist: John Mayall and the Blues Breakers

Album: Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton

Year: 1966

Length: 37:39

Genre: Blues Rock

“You’ve been mistreated, little girl,

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1001 Albums

July 9: Blues - four Jo(h)ns (Lee Hooker, Mayall, Spencer and Dr), BB King, Muddy Waters, The Yardbirds

Woke up this morning, checked out the news, I had to listen to seven albums in the style of the blues.

I said, I woke up this morning, now baby don’t you cry, it’s blues week on 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. 945 more words


Ever had those mid-week, demanding-boss, traffic-jam, forgot-to-get-milk-on-the-way-home-so-partner-was-pissed-off blues?

If it was 1967 you had a number of musical options to sooth your troubled western mostly-white electric-urban-blues soul. 1,032 more words


John Mayall - The Blues Alone (Epic 2017 #173)

The Epic 2017 Project #173: 170622

John Mayall – The Blues Alone (1967)

The Blues Alone is a 1967 electric blues album recorded by John Mayall on which he recorded all the parts himself, with the exception of percussion which was provided by longtime collaborator Keef Hartley. 123 more words

Epic 2017 Project

365 Days of Album Recommendations - June 18

John Mayall – Bluesbreakers (w/ Eric Clapton)

The period of time during which I listened to this album was a pretty short one, but it was a really important landmark on my journey backwards into the country blues. 106 more words

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Rick's Retroarchy: Works Volume 2 by Emerson, Lake and Palmer

by Rick Krueger

When I picked up Works Volume 2 (on the day after Thanksgiving 1977, at Hansen’s Music Store in Greenville, Michigan — thanks for taking me along, Mom!), it didn’t feel like a disappointment.   607 more words

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