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10 thoughts on “ Snowy Wood - John Mayalls Bluesbreakers* - Crusade

  • Tygokree
    24.11.2019 at 11:19
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crusade on Discogs/5(2). Reply
  • Tygosar
    23.11.2019 at 20:55
    The final album of an (unintentional) trilogy, Crusade is most notable for the appearance of a very young, pre-Rolling Stones Mick Taylor on lead guitar. Taylor's performance is indeed the highlight, just as Eric Clapton and Peter Green's playing was on the previous album. The centerpiece of the album is a beautiful instrumental by Taylor titled "Snowy Wood," which, while wholly original 9/ Reply
  • Dajind
    23.11.2019 at 09:21
    Crusade finds John Mayall welcoming another soon-to-be-famous young guitaristyear-old fretboard phenom Mick Taylor, who would soon become a key member of the Rolling Stones–to the Bluesbreakers fold. With John McVie on bass and Hughie Flint and Keef Hartley sharing drumming duties, Mayall tackles an adventurous song set that encompasses several Mayall originals and Taylor’s instrumental showcase “Snowy Wood. Reply
  • Nekazahn
    27.11.2019 at 11:44
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crusade on Discogs/5(25). Reply
  • Vudocage
    25.11.2019 at 15:42
    This is a replica of the John Mayall's Bluesbreakers* - Crusade release. The 8 pages booklet (placat) in English and Japanese. No OBI. P Decca Music Group Limited C Decca Music Group Limited. Reply
  • Dudal
    30.11.2019 at 14:03
    Tracks 1 to 12 originally released as LP " Crusade " in Tracks 13 & 14 originally released as single A and B-side in and credited to The Bluesbreakers. Tracks 15 to 18 originally released on the compilation " Thru the years " in Tracks 19 & 20 originally released as single A and B-side in /5(31). Reply
  • Mikajin
    30.11.2019 at 01:45
    John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers were a pioneering English blues band, led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist John Mayall, balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo used the band name between and '67 then dropped it for some fifteen years, but in a 'Return of the Bluesbreakers' was announced and the name began to . Reply
  • Mazutaur
    26.11.2019 at 21:11
    Oct 09,  · This time around, Mayall decided to bring in Mick Taylor on guitar and Keef Harlley on drums, along with his mainstay, John McVie on bass guitar. This is one of the Bluesbreakers best aside from the "Bluebreakers-John Mayall-with Eric Clapton. There, for example, an instrumental on this disc entitled "Snowy Wood" which is really a moving tune/5(48). Reply

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