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Playlist of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Gary Moore - So Many Roads

    8:48

    Montreux Jazz Festival 2008
    Manday 7th July 2008
    Special Guest Gary Moore

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    John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton

    37:15

    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton

    Álbum Original - Full Album

    01. All Your Love (Willie Dixon/Otis Rush) -– 0:00
    02. Hideaway (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson) –- 3:35
    03. Little Girl (Mayall) –- 6:50
    04. Another Man (Mayall) –- 9:24
    05. Double Crossing Time (Clapton/Mayall) –- 11:09
    06. What'd I Say (Ray Charles; interpolando com Day Tripper de John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -– 14:10
    07. Key to Love (Mayall) –- 18:37
    08. Parchman Farm (Mose Allison) –- 20:43
    09. Have You Heard (Mayall) –- 23:05
    10. Ramblin' on My Mind (Robert Johnson/Tradicional) –- 28:59
    11. Steppin' Out (James Bracken) –- 32:05
    12. It Ain't Right (Walter Jacobs) –- 34:33

    Músicos
    - John Mayall – vocal principal, piano, órgão hammond B3, harmônica;
    - Eric Clapton – guitarra, vocal principal em Ramblin' on My Mind;
    - John McVie – baixo;
    - Hughie Flint – bateria.

    Músicos adicionais
    - Jack Bruce – baixo (faixas do lançamento de 2006, não apresentadas no álbum original);
    - Alan Skidmore – saxofone tenor;
    - John Almond – saxofone barítono;
    - Dennis Healey – trompete.

    Produção
    - Gus Dudgeon – engenheiro de gravação;
    - Mike Vernon – produtor.

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Set 1 - 06/18/82 - Capitol Theatre

    1:19:31

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - An Eye For An Eye
    0:04:44 - Rock It In The Pocket
    0:11:30 - My Time After A While
    0:18:49 - You Never Can Be Trusted (false start)
    0:21:33 - You Never Can Be Trusted
    0:25:07 - Messin' With The Kid (with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells)
    0:29:51 - Don t Start Me Talkin' (with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells)
    0:40:00 - Looking Out For Willie
    0:46:39 - Suitcase Blues (with Sippie Wallace)
    0:53:12 - Shorty George (with Sippie Wallace)
    0:58:20 - Unknown (with Hubert Sumlin)
    1:03:31 - Unknown (incomplete, with Hubert Sumlin)

    Personnel:
    John Mayall - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar
    John McVie - bass
    Colin Allen - drums

    Guests:
    Albert King - vocals, lead guitar
    Sippie Wallace - vocals
    Buddy Guy - lead guitar
    Junior Wells - vocals, harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - vocals
    Etta James - vocals
    Frank Dunbar (bass on Albert King's songs)

    Summary:
    This is a great show when Mayall reunited original 1960s-era Bluesbreakers Mick Taylor, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac bassist) and drummer Colin Allen. Its a goldmine for fans of Mick Taylor, who is all over this, and includes quite a roster of blues greats joining in, including a smokin hot appearance by Albert King.

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    John Mayall Feat. Eric Clapton - Hideaway - Liverpool 2003

    5:26

    From the DVD 70th Birthday Concert

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops. Greetings from the Black Forest!

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    John Mayalls Bluesbreakers

    1:16:20

    Modern Electric British Blues Live 1967
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    Track List
    Double Trouble 00:00:00
    So Many Roads 00:06:31
    All Your Love 00:12:21
    Brand New Start 00:16:16
    Streamline 00:21:07
    Have You Ever Loved A Woman 00:25:07
    Looking Back 00:33:21
    Hi Heel Sneakers 00:35:56
    I Can't Quit You Baby 00:42:43
    The Stumble 00:47:09
    Someday After Awhile 00:53:52
    San Ho Zay 00:59:06
    Stormy Monday 01:07:15

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    All Your Love --- John Mayalls Bluesbreakers

    3:39

    All Your Love (Willie Dixon/Otis Rush). John Mayall's Bluesbreakers.

    Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton is a 1966 electric blues album by John Mayall's 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.

    John Mayall - Lead Vocals, Hammond, Guitar, Harmonica
    Eric Clapton - Lead/Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar
    John McVie - Bass Guitar
    Hughie Flint - Drums

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    The Super-Natural

    2:57

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Super-Natural · John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

    A Hard Road

    ℗ 1967 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John McVie
    Associated Performer, Drums: Aynsley Dunbar
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica: Peter Green
    Associated Performer, Organ, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano: John Mayall
    Producer: Mike Vernon
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Gus Dudgeon
    Composer Lyricist: Peter Green

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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

    9:33

    Recorded From 70th Birthday Concert on 19th of July 2003

    John Mayall - Vocals, Keyboards
    Mick Taylor - Guitar
    Buddy Whittington - Guitar
    Joe Yuele - Drums
    Hank Van Sickle - Bass
    Tom Canning - Keyboards

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    STEPPIN OUT by John Mayalls Bluesbreakers

    2:39

    This is my second video of Eric Clapton playing with John Mayall's Blues Breakers (see also 'Hideaway' on my channel page). Like that one, this is also an instrumental, and was originally performed by Memphis Slim and written by James Bracken. Steppin' Out was from the 1966 album by John Mayall's 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.

    Eric Clapton told Guitar Player magazine that the 1960 Les Paul Standard he played on Blues Breakers was the best Les Paul I ever had... just a regular sunburst Les Paul that I bought in one of the shops in London right after I'd seen Freddie King's album cover of Let's Hide Away And Dance Away, where he's playing a gold-top. It had humbuckers and was almost brand new -- original case with that lovely purple velvet lining. Just magnificent. I never really found one as good as that. I do miss that one. According to Clapton lore, his sacred 1960 was purchased in Lew Davis' guitar shop on Charing Cross Road in London in 1965.

    According to the most widely accepted story, Eric Clapton wanted an amp that would fit in the boot of his car, so he asked Jim Marshall (whose store in London he frequented) to make him a combo amp powerful enough to use on stage. According to Robb Lawrence's The Early Years of the Les Paul Legacy, Jim Marshall initially gave Clapton a Model 1961 with 4x10 speakers, which was soon replaced with a 2x12 Model 1962. Clapton used the combo amplifier with his 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard, allegedly in combination with a Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster, which resulted in the creation of a texture of sound that would become regarded as iconic in the realm of blues oriented rock. (Update: I was reading an interview with Joe Bonamassa who said he doubted the Rangemaster was used as he was able to recreate the Beano sound using a '59 Les Paul plugged into the treble jack of a real '66 Marshall Bluesbreaker type combo without one. He tried a couple of Rangemasters but didn't think they were part of the sound, although he acknowledged he could be wrong. Unless Clapton says something, we will probably never know with certainty).

    The Bluesbreakers included John Mayall on harmonica, keyboards and a majority of the vocals, John McVie on bass, Hughie Flint on drums. On some songs, including this one, a horn section was featured, including John Almond, Alan Skidmore and Derek Healey, (misspelt on the sleeve as Dennis Healey). In 2003, the album was ranked number 195 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. (Much of the above info was adapted from Wikipedia).

    There is no video for this song, so I have created my own. Comments are welcome, but please no 'my guitarist is better than your guitarist'.

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    Eric Clapton - Bluesbreakers Full Album

    1:14:11

    Eric Clapton - Bluesbreakers (1966)

    [00:05] 01. All Your Love - Mono
    [03:40] 02. Hideaway - Mono Instrumental
    [06:53] 03. Little Girl - Mono
    [09:27] 04. Another Man - Mono
    [11:12] 05. Double Crossing Time - Mono
    [14:13] 06. What'd I Say - Mono
    [18:38] 07. Key To Love - Mono
    [20:44] 08. Parchman Farm - Mono
    [23:03] 09. Have You Heard - Mono
    [28:56] 10. Ramblin' On My Mind - Mono
    [32:03] 11. Steppin' Out - Mono Instrumental
    [34:30] 12. It Ain't Right - Mono
    [37:09] 13. All Your Love - Stereo
    [40:42] 14. Hideaway - Stereo Instrumental
    [43:55] 15. Little Girl - Stereo
    [46:29] 16. Another Man - Stereo
    [48:12] 17. Double Crossing Time - Stereo
    [51:13] 18. What'd I Say - Stereo
    [55:38] 19. Key To Love - Stereo
    [57:44] 20. Parchman Farm - Stereo
    [01:00:04] 21. Have You Heard - Stereo
    [01:05:57] 22. Ramblin' On My Mind - Stereo
    [01:09:03] 23. Steppin' Out - Stereo Instrumental
    [01:11:30] 24. It Ain't Right - Stereo

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    Walking On Sunset

    2:54

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    Walking On Sunset · John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

    Blues From Laurel Canyon

    ℗ 1968 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Associated Performer, Harmonica, Keyboards, Guitar, Producer: John Mayall
    Associated Performer, Drums: Colin Allen
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Mick Taylor
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Steve Thompson
    Producer: Mike Vernon
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Derek Varnals
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Adrian Martins
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Ron Mason
    Composer: John Mayall

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    John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers- Mists Of Time - Stories

    7:57

    As a friend said, if this doesn't send shivers down your spine,you probably don't have one...
    LYRICS:
    Somewhere in the world
    Are friends I've missed from long ago
    Could be drifting by the wayside
    Or even dead - I just don´t know
    And now my memories are fading
    ...Like melting footprints in the snow

    Sometimes a dream will haunt me
    And I see a young girl's face
    Was she once for real
    And did she really share my space
    Within the swirling mists of time
    It's hard to keep a track of year and place

    I thought about my mother
    When she was young and on the road
    Hanging out with my musicians
    Or camping out in forest groves
    Like gray mists conceal horizons
    I miss those times we'll share no more

    So far my life's a journey
    And I wouldn't change for anything
    All those years of bold adventures
    The highs and lows that make me sing
    Within the swirling mists of time
    Such sweet memories sitll often ring.

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    John Mayall, The Bluesbreakers - Sensitive Kind

    4:01

    Music video by John Mayall, The Bluesbreakers performing Sensitive Kind. (C) 1990 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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    John Mayall-Bluesbreakers, Walking on Sunset

    3:10

    Shot in 1968 on Rick Shaw's Saturday Hop, Miami, FL. John was 34 years old and had a young looking Bluesbreaker band that didn't look too enthusiastic being on TV. Check out Mick Taylor on the guitar. Sooo young and talented.

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Set 2 - 06/18/82 - Capitol Theatre

    1:31:03

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Dark Side Of Midnight
    0:06:07 - Etta James Introduction / Rock Me Baby (w/ Etta James)
    0:11:32 - Baby What You Want Me To Do (w/Etta James)
    0:18:15 - Ridin' On The Santa Fe
    0:21:40 - Albert King Introduction
    0:23:09 - Why Are You So Mean To Me (w/Albert King)
    0:28:20 - Born Under A Bad Sign (w/Albert King)
    0:38:26 - Stormy Monday
    0:45:51 - C.C. Rider Jam (with Everyone!)
    1:09:55 - Improv (with Junior Wells)
    1:13:17 - Stalling For Time solo by Mick Taylor / tuning
    1:17:23 - Room To Move

    Personnel:
    John Mayall - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar
    John McVie - bass
    Colin Allen - drums

    Guests:
    Albert King - vocals, lead guitar
    Sippie Wallace - vocals
    Buddy Guy - lead guitar
    Junior Wells - vocals, harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - vocals
    Etta James - vocals
    Frank Dunbar (bass on Albert King's songs)

    Summary:
    This is a great show when Mayall reunited original 1960s-era Bluesbreakers Mick Taylor, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac bassist) and drummer Colin Allen. Its a goldmine for fans of Mick Taylor, who is all over this, and includes quite a roster of blues greats joining in, including a smokin hot appearance by Albert King.

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    The Bear

    4:42

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    The Bear · John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

    Blues From Laurel Canyon

    ℗ 1968 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Associated Performer, Organ, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Producer: John Mayall
    Associated Performer, Drums: Colin Allen
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Mick Taylor
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Steve Thompson
    Producer: Mike Vernon
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Derek Varnals
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Adrian Martins
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Ron Mason
    Composer Lyricist: John Mayall

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    John Mayall Feat. Mick Taylor - Blues For The Lost Days - Liverpool 2003

    11:57

    From the DVD 70th Birthday Concert

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops. Greetings from the Black Forest!

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers ~ The Mists Of Time Live 2002

    9:00

    Modern Electric British Blues 2002
    Live At Reading November 19 , 2002
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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    John Mayall - Blues From Laurel Canyon 1968

    48:26

    #Dedicated to Giannis Andreadis#

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    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    John Mayall - vocals, harmonica, organ, guitar
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar, Hawaiian guitar
    Stephen Thompson - bass
    Colin Allen - drums, tabla
    Peter Green - guitar (10)

    Tracks Listing

    01. Vacation
    02. Walking On Sunset
    03. Laurel Canyon Home
    04. 2401
    05. Ready To Ride
    06. Medicine Man
    07. Somebody's Acting Like A Child
    08. The Bear
    09. Miss James
    10. First Time Alone
    11. Long Gone Midnight
    12. Fly Tomorrow

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    HIDEAWAY by John Mayalls Bluesbreakers- featuring Eric Clapton

    3:22

    One of the first great rock guitar tones was the Blues Breakers 'Beano' album featuring a young Eric Clapton playing a Les Paul Standard through a Marshall amp. Even now, many believe this is Eric's greatest guitar work. At the time, 1966, no one could quite believe the fluid guitar licks and the biting tone. This album was the basis for the slogans around London saying 'Clapton is God'.

    Eric Clapton told Guitar Player magazine that the 1960 Les Paul Standard he played on Blues Breakers was the best Les Paul I ever had... just a regular sunburst Les Paul that I bought in one of the shops in London right after I'd seen Freddie King's album cover of Let's Hide Away And Dance Away, where he's playing a gold-top. It had humbuckers and was almost brand new -- original case with that lovely purple velvet lining. Just magnificent. I never really found one as good as that. I do miss that one. According to Clapton lore, his sacred 1960 was purchased in Lew Davis' guitar shop on Charing Cross Road in London in 1965.

    According to the most widely accepted story, Eric Clapton wanted an amp that would fit in the boot of his car, so he asked Jim Marshall (whose store in London he frequented) to make him a combo amp powerful enough to use on stage. According to Robb Lawrence's The Early Years of the Les Paul Legacy, Jim Marshall initially gave Clapton a Model 1961 with 4x10 speakers, which was soon replaced with a 2x12 Model 1962. Clapton used the combo amplifier with his 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard, allegedly in combination with a Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster, which resulted in the creation of a texture of sound that would become regarded as iconic in the realm of blues oriented rock. (Update: I was reading an interview with Joe Bonamassa who said he doubted the Rangemaster was used as he was able to recreate the Beano sound using a '59 Les Paul plugged into the treble jack of a real '66 Marshall Bluesbreaker type combo without one. He tried a couple of Rangemasters but didn't think they were part of the sound, although he acknowledged he could be wrong. Unless Clapton says something, we will probably never know with certainty).

    Hideaway is a Freddy King instrumental that while sticking to the basic structure, has Clapton's own stamp. It was a huge inspiration for guitarists at the time and since, and many learned guitar copying licks off this album. (Just look at the many guitarists who have put their own versions on You Tube!).

    Sadly there is no film footage of this vintage Clapton, so I have put together a 'Ken Burns' type slide video using every Blues Breaker era image I could find.

    Comments are invited but please no 'my guitarist is better than your guitarist'!

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - My Time After A While - 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre

    7:20

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - My Time After A While
    Recorded Live: 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    John Mayall - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar
    John McVie - bass
    Colin Allen - drums

    Guests:
    Albert King - vocals, lead guitar
    Sippie Wallace - vocals
    Buddy Guy - lead guitar
    Junior Wells - vocals, harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - vocals
    Etta James - vocals
    Frank Dunbar (bass on Albert King's songs)

    Summary:
    This is a great show when Mayall reunited original 1960s-era Bluesbreakers Mick Taylor, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac bassist) and drummer Colin Allen. Its a goldmine for fans of Mick Taylor, who is all over this, and includes quite a roster of blues greats joining in, including a smokin hot appearance by Albert King.

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - A hard road

    3:06

    Song: A hard road / Album: A hard road (1967)

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    John Mayall - Wake Up Call

    54:16

    Audio. Full Album: Wake Up Call 1993.
    Special Guests: Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Mick Taylor, Mavis Staples

    Track List.


    01. Mail Order Mystic. 0:14
    02. Maydell. 4:58
    03. I Could Cry. 9:00
    04. Wake Up Call. 14:12
    05. Loaded Dice. 18:30
    06. Undercover Agent For The Blues. 23:01
    07. Light The Fuse. 28:25
    08. Anything I Can Say. 32:44
    09. Nature’s Disappearing. 36:31
    10. I’m A Sucker For Love. 41:27
    11. Not At Home. 45:38
    12. Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby. 49:49


    1 Mail Order Mystics
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Percussion – Dave McNair. Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – David Grissom. Vocals, Harmonica – John Mayall. Written-By – Chris Smither

    2 Maydell
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Vocals, Harmonica – John Mayall. Written-By – Johnny Neel, Warren Haynes

    3 I Could Cry
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Vocals, Lead Guitar – Buddy Guy. Vocals, Piano – John Mayall. Written-By – Junior Wells

    4 Wake Up Call
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Tom Canning. Lead Guitar – Mick Taylor. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Saxophone – Joe Sublett. Trumpet – Darrell Leonard. Vocals – John Mayall, Mavis Staples. Written-By – David Egan, David Love Lewis

    5 Loaded Dice
    Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Percussion – Mike Bruno. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Vocals – John Mayall. Written-By – Gary Nicholson, Wally Wilson

    6 Undercover Agent For The Blues
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Percussion – Mike Bruno. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Vocals, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Harmonica – John Mayall. Written By – Leanne And Tony Joe White.

    7 Light The Fuse
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Albert Collins. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Percussion – Mike Bruno. Rhythm Guitar – Coco Montoya, David Grissom. Saxophone – Joe Sublett. Trumpet – Darrell Leonard. Vocals, Harmonica – John Mayall. Written-By – John Mayall

    8 Anything I Can Say
    Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Rick Cortes. Drums, Backing Vocals – Joe Yuele. Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals – Coco Montoya, David Grissom. Vocals, Lead Guitar, Harmonica, Backing Vocals – John Mayall. Written-By – Brendan Croker

    9 Nature's Disappearing
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Saxophone – Joe Sublett. Trumpet – Darrell Leonard. Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – John Mayall. Written-By – John Mayall

    10 I'm A Sucker For Love
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Albert Collins, Coco Montoya. Organ [Hammond] – Tom Canning. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Saxophone – Joe Sublett. Trumpet – Darrell Leonard. Vocals – John Mayall. Written-By – John Mayall

    11 Not At Home
    Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Mick Taylor. Percussion – Mike Bruno. Rhythm Guitar – Coco Montoya. Vocals, Organ [Hammond], Synthesizer [Flute] – John Mayall. Written-By – John Mayall

    12 Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
    Arranged By – John Mayall. Backing Vocals – Maggie Mayall. Bass Guitar – Rick Cortes. Drums – Joe Yuele. Lead Guitar – Coco Montoya. Rhythm Guitar – David Grissom. Saxophone – Joe Sublett. Trumpet – Darrell Leonard. Vocals, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – John Mayall. Written-By – Jimmy Reed


    I do not have the rights for the music and photos.
    I hope to enjoy with this!

    (In ancient Greek “onos” meaning donkey.)

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    ROOM TO MOVE - JOHN MAYALL , best version

    9:00

    John Mayall , live at Callahan's Music Hall. Filmed in HD

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    John Mayall & The Blues Breakers / Ramblin on My Mind

    3:11

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Born Under A Bad Sign

    10:07

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Born Under A Bad Sign (w/Albert King)
    Recorded Live: 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    John Mayall - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar
    John McVie - bass
    Colin Allen - drums

    Guests:
    Albert King - vocals, lead guitar
    Sippie Wallace - vocals
    Buddy Guy - lead guitar
    Junior Wells - vocals, harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - vocals
    Etta James - vocals
    Frank Dunbar (bass on Albert King's songs)

    Summary:
    This is a great show when Mayall reunited original 1960s-era Bluesbreakers Mick Taylor, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac bassist) and drummer Colin Allen. Its a goldmine for fans of Mick Taylor, who is all over this, and includes quite a roster of blues greats joining in, including a smokin hot appearance by Albert King.

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    Joe Bonamassa & Jimmy Vivino Tribute to John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers on 8/27/18

    1:22:50

    (Filmed by Natasha in 1080 HD)
    Joe Bonamassa's & Jimmy Vivino's off the cuff with no prior band rehearsal tribute to John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers at Cadillac Zack's 11th Year Anniversary Show at the Maui Sugar Mill in Tarzana, CA
    Set List:
    00:15 Steppin' In It
    03:55 All Your Love
    09:47 Key To Love
    13:35 Oh Pretty Woman
    23:02 Mama Talk To Your Daughter
    35:03 So Many Roads
    45:56 Little Girl
    51:15 Checkin' On My Baby
    58:29 Me & My Woman
    01:06:30 Parchman Farm
    01:10:58 Shake Your Hips
    01:13:57 Sugar Coated Love
    01:19:29 Hideaway
    Joe Bonamassa - Guitar & Vocals, Jimmy Vivino - Guitar & Vocals, Mike Merritt - Bass, James Wormworth - Drums, Paulie Cerra - Saxophone, RJ Mischo - Harmonica
    Filmed & Recorded at the Maui Sugar Mill in Tarzana, CA

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - The Mists of Time

    7:54

    From the album Stories (2002)
    Paintings: Joseph Zbukvic

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    John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers - Crocodile Walk

    2:53

    Nice bit of R & B from the group that contained just about every famous name at some time during the mid-sixties. Issued in the UK on Decca in 1965.

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    Have You Ever Loved A Woman John Mayall Bluesbreakers/Eric Clapton

    6:46

    1966 great version of a great song...some sweet guitar playing Eric :-)

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    John Mayall - Crying

    6:33

    John Mayall from his 1970's album, USA Union.

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    John Mayall Feat. Eric Clapton - All Your Love - Liverpool 2003

    4:03

    From the DVD 70th Birthday Concert

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops. Greetings from the Black Forest!

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    Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton - Have You Heard

    5:58

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    Eric Clapton & John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - Hideaway

    4:47

    © 2012 WMG
    Hideaway (Live in Liverpool 2003)
    Eric Clapton & John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Written by Freddie King (1960)
    Album: Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton (1966)
    Artist: John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Someday Baby HD

    3:01

    Hard Road

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    by John Mayalls Bluesbreakers live w/Eric Clapton

    4:45

    One of the rare recordings of Eric Clapton playing live with Mayall's Bluesbreakers. It was recorded at the Flamingo Club London on 17 March 1966. The other players were Mayall on organ, Hugie Flint on drums, and future Cream bandmate, Jack Bruce on electric bass.

    Clapton rips it up on his Les Paul and Vox AC30 amp. On the Beano album, he was better known for using a Marshall amp, a combination that influenced countless guitarists everywhere. His playing during this period was also influential, with guitarists such as Eddie Van Halen and Sting stating that they learned guitar copying the studio Bluesbreakers album with Clapton. I have to say I did too, and I learned more guitar off that record than any other.

    Eric Clapton told Guitar Player magazine that the 1960 Les Paul Standard he played on Blues Breakers was the best Les Paul I ever had... just a regular sunburst Les Paul that I bought in one of the shops in London right after I'd seen Freddie King's album cover of Let's Hide Away And Dance Away, where he's playing a gold-top. It had humbuckers and was almost brand new -- original case with that lovely purple velvet lining. Just magnificent. I never really found one as good as that. I do miss that one. According to Clapton lore, his sacred 1960 was purchased in Lew Davis' guitar shop on Charing Cross Road in London in 1965.

    This is my third video of Mayall/Clapton (see Steppin Out and Hideaway on my channel). Comments are invited.

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Interview Part 1 - 7/6/1983 - unknown

    17:11

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Interview Part 1
    Recorded Live: 7/6/1983 - unknown - ,
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    John Mayall & Peter Green The Bluesbreakers - Out of Reach

    4:44

    John Mayall and Peter Green - Out of Reach

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    Help Me-John Mayalls Bluesbreakers

    6:52

    John Mayall-Mouth Harp, Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar
    Coco Montoya- Guitar
    Walter Trout-Guitar
    Bobby Haynes Bass
    Joe Yuele-Drums

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    JOHN MAYALL 85th Anniversary Concert 1 - BERLIN Columbia Theater, 13th March 2019

    8:44

    THIS man is a legend: The Godfather of British Blues himself, Mr. JOHN MAYALL and his BLUESBREAKERS, came to Berlin to celebrate the Blues once again. John Mayall, now 85 years old and absolutely not silent. And this is a premiere: At the Bluesbreakers lead guitar a lady from Texas, the phantastic talented CAROLYN WONDERLAND from Austin, Texas. This is the first time ever in the band`s history that a woman climbed the position near John in the footsteps of Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Mick Taylor and other famous collegues. Please Enjoy!


    John Mayall:
    Carolyn Wonderland:

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    John Mayalls Bluesbreakers - Looking Back

    3:18

    Another great stomper from the grand-daddy of British Blues and R&B. Featuring Peter Green, and issued in the UK on Decca in 1966.

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Stormy Monday - 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre

    7:26

    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Stormy Monday
    Recorded Live: 6/18/1982 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    John Mayall - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
    Mick Taylor - lead guitar
    John McVie - bass
    Colin Allen - drums

    Guests:
    Albert King - vocals, lead guitar
    Sippie Wallace - vocals
    Buddy Guy - lead guitar
    Junior Wells - vocals, harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - vocals
    Etta James - vocals
    Frank Dunbar (bass on Albert King's songs)

    Summary:
    This is a great show when Mayall reunited original 1960s-era Bluesbreakers Mick Taylor, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac bassist) and drummer Colin Allen. Its a goldmine for fans of Mick Taylor, who is all over this, and includes quite a roster of blues greats joining in, including a smokin hot appearance by Albert King.

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    JOHN MAYALL & ERIC CLAPTON - HAVE YOU HEARD

    17:58

    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton Live in Liverpool celebrating John´s 70th birthday and performing Have You Heard. Recorded in July 19th 2003. (Full Concert Playlist on commentary box/Concierto completo en caja de comentarios).

    * John Mayall: vocals, keyboards
    * Buddy Whittington: guitar
    * Eric Clapton: guitar
    * Hank Van Sickle: bass
    * Joe Yuele: drums
    * Chris Barber: trombone
    * Tom Canning: hammond organ

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Sugarcane

    2:51

    From the album A Sense of Place

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    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - The Supernatural

    2:53

    Album - A Hard Road
    Released - 17 February 1967
    Song writer - Peter Green
    Personnel:
    John Mayall – vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, organ
    Peter Green – guitar, vocals
    John McVie – bass
    Hughie Flint, Aynsley Dunbar – drums
    John Almond, Alan Skidmore – saxophones
    Ray Warleigh – wind instruments

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    John Mayall, The Mists of Time

    8:00

    One of the best blues ever!

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    John Mayall - Broken Wings - 1967

    4:07

    From his solo 'The Blues Alone' LP. With guest drummer Keef Hartley

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Dirty Water

    8:32

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    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers Feb 9 1968

    43:53

    Live concert audio recording from the Fillmore 1968

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    Mick Taylor & the John Mayall bluesbreakers, have you heard

    7:35

    Mick Taylor from the 1982 John Mayall Bluesbreakers re-union concert.

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