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John MAYALL – Notice To Appear, A Banquet In Blues 1975-1976

Posted in BLUES, John MAYAL on November 16, 2010 by whoisthemonk

John MAYALL – Notice To Appear, A Banquet In Blues 1975-1976
2000 Issue.

Blues

In 2000, BGO released Notice to Appear/A Banquet in Blues, which contained two complete albums — Notice to Appear (1976, originally released on ABC) and A Banquet in Blues (1975, also originally on ABC) — by John Mayall on one compact disc.
By John Bush.
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John Mayall- (Vocals, Slide Guitar, Harmonica, Melodica, Piano, Electric Piano, Vibraphone);
Rick Vito- (Vocals, Guitar);
Ronnie Barron- (Vocals, Clavinet);
Dee McKinnie- (Vocals);
Steve Hughes, Mike Coolly- (Guitar);
Jon Mark- (Acoustic Guitar);
Don “Sugarcane” Harris- (Violin);
Novi Novag- (Viola);
John Almond, Lon Price- (Flute, Tenor Sax);
Red Holloway- (Alto and Tenor Saxophone);
Larry Blouin- (Baritone Saxophone);
Nick Messina, Blue Mitchell- (Trumpet);
Benny Powell- (Trombone);
Jay Spell- (Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Moog Synthesizer);
Allen Toussaint- (Piano, Fender Rhodes Piano, Clavinet, Percussion);
Doug Bare- (Piano, Moog Synthesizer);
Alex Dmochowski, John McVie- (Bass Guitar);
Larry Taylor- (Fretless Bass);
Soko Richardson, Roy McCurdy, Herman V. Ernest III- (Drums);
Kim Joseph- (Congas);
Buck Clarke- (Percussion).
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Notice To Appear;
01. Lil’ Boogie in the Afternoon 2:44
02. Mess of Love 4:35
03. That Love 4:19
04. The Boy Most Likely to Succeed 3:58
05. Who’s Next, Who’s Now 4:16
06. Hail to the Man Who Lives Alone 4:19
07. There Will Be a Way 4:27
08. Just Knowing You Is a Pleasure 3:58
09. A Hard Day’s Night 3:45
10. Old Time Blues 3:49
A Banquet In Blues;
11. Sunshine 5:31
12. You Can’t Put Me Down 3:24
13. I Got Somebody 4:02
14. Turn Me Loose 2:42
15. Seven Days Too Long 5:16
16. Table Top Girl 3:57
17. Lady 3:38
18. Fantasyland 14:13
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John MAYAL & The Bluesbreakers – Cross Country Blues 1994

Posted in BLUES, John MAYAL on November 16, 2010 by whoisthemonk

John MAYAL & The Bluesbreakers – Cross Country Blues 1994

Blues

John Mayall (born November 29, 1933 in England). British multi-instrumentalist (playing guitar, keyboards, percussion), composer and pioneer of rock music. Mayall was on average ten years older than the first generation of musicians in British rock and roll and rock and when it is born has had extensive experience
Music. Nothing, therefore, not surprising that he became the nestor of the rock scene in the first half of the sixties. Mayall was also the first who reached into the roots of blues and rock music has initiated a Blues Rock style. In his group, John Mayall Blues Breakers began his career with artists such as Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce of Cream, Peter Green, John and Mick McVieh Flootwood with Fleetwood Mac, Mike Taylor of the Rolling Stones and many others. Most students Mayall, greatly exceeded it in popularity. In the late sixties Mayal moved to Los Angeles in the U.S. merging into the local scene Bleus rock and jazz-rock.
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John Mayall- vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar, harmonica, keyboards
Sugarcane Harris- violin #15,17
Larry Raspberry – (piano) #1,5
Kal David- Guitar
Bobby Manuel- Guitar
Don McMinn- Guitar
Coco Montoya- Guitar
Bob Haynes- Bass
Jeff Davis- Bass #1-7
Michael Gardner- Drums #1-7
Willie McNeil- Drums
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01. Rock & Roll Kitchen 2:42
02. Rock It in the Pocket 4:02
03. An Eye for an Eye 2:57
04. Rise Again 2:53
05. Keep on Rollin’ 2:48
06. The Same Old Blues 3:29
07. Black Cat Moan (1981) 3:43
08. A Long Long Way (1981) 3:12
09. A Long Long Way (1984) 4:00
10. High Rollin’ Man 4:58
11. Lonely Feeling 3:34
12. Ridin’ on the L&N 2:50
13. My Babe 3:06
14. Muddy Waters Blues 4:07
15. Maggie’s Boy 3:22
16. Italiano Style 4:52
17. Black Cat Moan (1984) 417
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