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Mr. Censor Man - John Mayall - Back To The Roots (Vinyl, LP, Album)

25.09.2019
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  1. While Back to the Roots offers little in the way of traditional blues, there is a lot of Mayall's signature piano here and a lot of good progressive music in the inimitable Mayall style. This CD deserves more than five stars and I say its about time that this superb Mayall album is available to both his old stalwarts and a new generation of fans/5(70).
  2. Aug 02,  · Back to the Roots is a double album by John Mayall released on Polydor. Recording sessions took place both in California and London where Mayall invited some former members of his band.
  3. Back To The Roots es el primer disco que escuché de John Mayall. No es el mejor, aunque está entre los cinco mejores de su extensa discografía, pero este tiene un lugar privilegiado en mi corazón. Lo recomiendo al %.
  4. Back to the Roots is a double album by John Mayall released on Polydor. Recording sessions took place both in California and London where Mayall invited some former members of his band, notably guitarists Eric Clapton and Mick tellahicividesaxkamigdevilge.xyzinfo: Blues.
  5. Listen free to John Mayall – Back To The Roots (Prisons On The Road, My Children and more). 18 tracks (). For this double-LP recorded in November , John Mayall gathered together prominent musicians who had played in his bands during the past several years, including Sugarcane Harris, Eric Clapton, Johnny Almond, Harvey Mandel, Keef Hartley, and Mick Taylor.
  6. Apr 10,  · 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 original double-LP set was an immediate favorite with Mayall fans, a relatively small but hardy bunch scattered around the globe — but Polydor in the U.S., .
  7. John Mayall's definitely getting back to his roots here – and he's also getting help from an all-star cast as well! Mayall's vocals and piano are in fine form – almost with a rough-edged Blues Breakers sort of vibe, but sometimes a bit funkier too – in ways that strongly show the evolution of the older Brit blues groove into some hipper, more soul-drenched territory.
  8. Review by William Ruhlmann For this double-LP recorded in November , John Mayall gathered together prominent musicians who had played in his bands during the past several years, including Sugarcane Harris, Eric Clapton, Johnny Almond, Harvey Mandel, Keef Hartley, and Mick Taylor.

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