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Nobody Told Me

Label: Forty Below Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: What Have I Done Wrong; The Moon Is Full; Evil And Here To Stay; That's What Love Will Make You Do; Distance Lonesome Train; Delta Hurricane; The Hurt Inside; It's So Tough; Like It Like You Do; Nobody Told Me.

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John Mayall: Nobody Told Me

Read "Nobody Told Me" reviewed by Doug Collette

Over the course of some fifty-plus years, the bands of John Mayall have served as a proving ground for some estimable guitarists. Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and Peter Green are just the most famous axemen who've aided and abetted “The Godfather of British Blues." Yet, in all that extended time, he has never before had a ...

Live in 1967 Volume Two

Label: Forty Below Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Tears In My Eyes; Your Funeral And My Trial; So Many Roads; Bye Bye Bird; Please Don’t Tell; Sweet Little Angel; Talk To your Daughter; Bad Boy; Stormy Monday; Greeny; Ridin’ On The L&N; Chicago Line; Double Trouble.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers: Live in 1967 Volume Two

Read "Live in 1967 Volume Two" reviewed by Doug Collette

The release of Live in 1967 Volume Two does more than complement its companion piece released last year. With such archiving taking place coincidental with John Mayall's continuing activities in the studio and on the road, “The Godfather of British Blues" reaffirms his legacy as much as his commitment to this music.As with its ...

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers: Live in 1967

Label: Forty Below Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: All Your Love; Brand New Start; Double Trouble; Streamline; Have You Ever Loved a Woman; Looking Back; So Many Roads; Hi Heel Sneakers; I Can’t Quit You Baby; The Stumble; Someday After Awhile; San-Ho-Zay; Stormy Monday.

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers: Live in 1967

Read "John Mayall's Bluesbreakers: Live in 1967" reviewed by Doug Collette

Because his career didn't directly ascend to a higher profile subsequent to his tenures in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, guitarist Peter Green's membership in the group doesn't receive as much prominence as that of, Eric Clapton who became an icon of contemporary or Mick Taylor, who joined the Rolling Stones for arguably the greatest albums of their ...

John Mayall: A Special Life

Label: Forty Below Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Why Did You Go Last Night; Speak Of The Devil; That's All Right; World Gone Crazy; Floodin' In California ; Big Town Playboy; A Special Life; I Just Got To Know; Heartache; Like A Fool; Just A Memory.

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Label: Forty Below Records
Released: 2014

John Mayall: A Special Life

Read "John Mayall: A Special Life" reviewed by Doug Collette

Redoubtable and self-motivated as ever Just shy of his eightieth birthday, John Mayall recorded an album with his current band late in 2013 that suggests in no uncertain terms he remains as potent a blues musician as the members of his group merely half his age. He titled A Special Life with the same knowing understatement ...


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