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1967s Crusade finds John Mayall welcoming another soon-to-be-famous young guitarist18-year-old fretboard phenom Mick Taylor, who would soon become a key member of the Rolling Stonesto the Bluesbreakers fold. With John McVie on bass and Hughie Flint and Keef Hartley sharing drumming duties, Mayall tackles an adventurous 12-song set that encompasses several Mayall originals and Taylors instrumental showcase Snowy Wood, as well as numbers by such notables as Willie Dixon, Eddie Kirkland and Sonny Boy Williamson. Regarded by many fans as the final third of the influential electric-blues trilogy that began with Blues Breakers and A Hard Road, Crusade followed its predecessors into the British Top Ten, while continuing to open young American ears to the timeless power of the blues.
From the pristine U.K. mono masters, with complete original artwork and photos.
1. Oh Pretty Woman 2. Stand Back Baby 3. My Time After A While 4. Snowy Wood 5. Man Of Stone 6. Tears In My Eyes 7. Driving Sideways 8. The Death Of J.B. Lenoir 9. I Can't Quit You Baby 10. Streamline 11. Me And My Woman 12. Checkin' Up On My Baby
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Queens of The Breakers is The Barr Brothers finest work yet, a collection of songs from deep within the soul that speak to the raw, elemental power of reflection, forgiveness, loss, family, and growing older. The 11 songs find the band, featuring brothers Brad (guitar) and Andrew Barr (drums), and Sarah PagÉ (harp), further on their thrilling path of exploring the outer limits of folk, blues, rock and Americana made north of the American border.
1. Defibrillation (feat. Lucius) 2. Look Before It Changes 3. Song That I Heard 4. Maybe Someday 5. Kompromat 6. You Would Have to Lose Your Mind 7. Queens of the Breakers 8. It Came to Me 9. Hideous Glorious 10. Hideous Glorious Part 2 11. Ready for War
The Barr Brothers
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This Sundazed Mono Edition Reproduces The Original Artwork And Presents The Original 12-Song LP On 180 Gram Vinyl Mastered From The Original Analog Reels And Pressed At Record Technology Inc.
One of the Three Kings of blues guitar along with B.B. and Albert, Texas-born Freddy (Freddie) King influenced everyone from Eric Clapton and Peter Green in the UK to Jerry Garcia and Stevie Ray Vaughan in the States. But even his staying up all night playing poker with Grand Funk wasn't enough to prevent his seminal King/Federal albums from staying out of print on vinyl for decades - until Sundazed came to the rescue. The reissue campaign that began with meticulously mastered editions of King classics Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King, Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instrumentals, and Freddy King Goes Surfin' continues with his rare 1963 offering, Bossa Nova and Blues. In the tradition of his surfing album, which wasn't really surf, Bossa Nova and Blues had no bossa nova - but the advertising was at least half true, and hey, there were two cuts that had "bossa nova" in the title. Though King was best known for blues instrumentals, "Bossa Nova Blues" and "The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist" (dig the dance craze threesome) were actually the only two instrumentals on an album otherwise dedicated to bluesy ballads. But of course, Freddie made it work - churning out bonafide classics like the karmic "Someday, After A While (You'll Be Sorry)" (later covered by John Mayall and the Blues Breakers on A Hard Road, also reissued on Sundazed mono LP), the emotive "The Welfare (Turns Its Back on You)," the soulful "It Hurts to Be In Love," and the more uptempo, New Orleans-flavored "You're Barkin' Up the Wrong Tree."
1. (I'd Love To) Make Love To You 2. You're Barkin' Up The Wrong Tree 3. Look Ma, I'm Cryin' 4. It Hurts To Be In Love 5. You Walked In 6. The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist 7. Is My Baby Mad At Me 8. Someday, After A While (You'll Be Sorry) 9. One Hundred Years 10. Bossa Nova Blues 11. The Welfare (Turns Its Back on You) 12. Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile)
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In 1967 Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie played in the legendary John Mayall & The Blues Breakers, and were given free studio time during which they recorded five songs. Peter Green was so convinced of this band's musical prowess that he formed it on the spot and named it after the drummer & the bass player.
John McVie wasn't convinced & it forced Fleetwood Mac to find a temporary replacement in Bob Burning. After a short while, however, he was as hooked on the Elmore James influenced British Blues that he left John Mayall to take a risk on a group of unknowns. The rest is history.
1. My Heart Beat Like A Hammer 2. Merry Go Round 3. Long Grey mare 4. Hellhound On My Trail 5. Shake Your Moneymaker 6. Looking For Somebody 7. No Place To Go 8. My Baby's Good To Me 9. I Loved Another Woman 10. Cold Black Night 11. The World Keep On Turning 12. Got To Move
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