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Force Of Nature - John Mayall - Back To The Roots (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. the turning point john mayall vinyl lp album polydor records california ex $ JOHN MAYALL NOTICE TO APPEAR VINYL LP ABC RECORDS MESS OF LOVE, THAT LOVE.
  2. There is a reflection of light on some of the vinyl ~ not a scratch. Back to the Roots is a double album by John Mayall released on Polydor. R Recording sessions took place both in California and London where Mayall invited some former members of his band, notably guitarists Eric Clapton and Mick viepelcompsandcorrnisrerilegennorthco.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. 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).
  4. Back to the Roots, an Album by John Mayall. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock.
  5. 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.
  6. John sent some 60 odd hours gathered over two months to Mike Vernon to make into an LP. You get some snippets and interviews with the band and a little side banter along with the music, which is fun. That being said, the material is great at times, but as a previous reviewer noted it is /5(49).
  7. AllMusic 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.
  8. Verified Purchase. Recorded after the heyday of his Bluesbreakers "guitar prodigies" lp's, this set was a pleasant surprise. Mature songwriting highlight the themes of the era in a bluesy yet non traditional blues collection which allows his 'guests' to stretch out and come to the fore in most of the cuts. It's still John Mayall at the helm as he does all the vocals and way too much harp, but it signals his new direction /5(70).

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