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  1. Mayall 's first post- Bluesbreakers album saw the man returning to his roots after the jazz/blues fusion that was Bare Wires. Blues from Laurel Canyon is a blues album, through and through. Testimony to this is the fact that there's a guitar solo only 50 seconds into the opening track.9/
  2. British blues meets LA's Laurel Canyon – a trans-Atlantic (or is it Pacific?) blend that makes for one of John Mayall's most compelling albums of the 60s! The album was recorded after the breakup of the Blues Breakers group – but it still features strong support from Mick Taylor on guitar – a key factor in the previous combo's sound, given almost even more space here to stand.
  3. Oct 03,  · The books title is from that album which was the first album Mayall recorded after retiring the name Bluesbreakers and his new life in Laurel Canyon. The book continues into the era of the '60s/'70s when Mayall lived in Laurel Canyon in L.A. and the effect it had on him and his daizahnishndarmeztizuru.xyzinfos:
  4. Blues From Laurel Canyon, an Album by John Mayall. Released in November on Decca (catalog no. SKL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, British Blues.
  5. rows · John Mayall is often referred to as the "Father of the British blues." His well-known band is .
  6. John Mayall’s ’67 Crusade LP houses an homage track to the American blues guitarist titled “The Death of J.B. Lenoir.” Mayall also re-did the song on his epic album The Turning Point. While bunking in Laurel Canyon, Mayall lodged for a short time in the basement of John Judnich’s house, who was comedian/satirist Lenny Bruce’s right-hand man.
  7. Ram John Holder - Black London Blues LP - Philips VG+ Ram John Holder: $ John - Holder Ram VG+ Black Philips LP Blues London - - London Blues John Black Philips - LP Ram Holder VG+ John Mayhall's Blues Breakers, "Crusade" , London Records, VG+ John Mayhall's Blues: $
  8. May 27,  · The Beano Album, Hard Road, Crusade, Blues From Laurel Canyon is where I’d start for anyone getting into John Mayall, Without Whom British Blues or British Rock would not be the same. Zoot Marimba, May 27,

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