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John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers: In the Palace of the King

Read "In the Palace of the King" reviewed by Doug Collette

Ostensibly a tribute to the late Freddie King, this CD also serves admirably as a showcase of John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers themselves. The band displays both versatility and finesse on a combination of covers by the Texas guitarist as well as two originals. Meanwhile their front man exhibits his usual authority as a band leader, ...

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John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers: Road Dogs

Read "Road Dogs" reviewed by Doug Collette

During the course of his forty-year career, John Mayall has endured some fallow periods, but the British-born bluesman put himself into a creative stride when he renamed his band the Bluesbreakers back in 1984. Using the name which had gained such fame when including Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, and John McVie, among others, this seemingly cosmetic ...


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