Saturday, November 28, 2009

John MAYALL - Jazz Blues Fusion 1972

John MAYALL - Jazz Blues Fusion 1972


Jazz Blues Fusion is a Live album by John Mayall, the first side is from a gig in Boston on 18th November 1971,
and the second side was selected from two concerts at Hunter College, New York on 3rd and 4th December 1971.
This is a ***** superb album that is a must for any fan of blues or jazz or of jazz blues fusion. It is second as a John Mayall "Jazz Blues fusion" album only to the hard to find John Mayall album "Moving On" (which begs the question: when is this Masterpiece going to be issued on CD?). The most exceptional track on this album in my book is "Change Your Ways", in which John Mayall belts out a lyrical, funky, poetic message to his girlfriend, backed beautifully by sax, trumpets, lead guitar, and his own masterful blues harp.
By Unknown.
Larry Taylor- Bass
Freddy Robinson- Guitar
John Mayall- Guitar, Vocal,Harmonica,Piano
Ron Selico- Percussion
Clifford Solomon- Saxophone
Blue Mitchell- Trumpet

A1. Country Road 6:55
A2. Messin' Around 2:40
A3. Good Times Boogie 8:20
A4. Change Your Ways 3:25

B1. Dry Throat 6:20
B2. Exercise In C Major 8:10
B3. Got To Be This Way 6:15

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