John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers A Hard Road (1967) FLAC Level 8

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Name:John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers A Hard Road (1967) FLAC Level 8

Total Size: 228.40 MB

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 9 There's Always Work.flac

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 8 Dust My Blues.flac

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 7 Leaping Christine.flac

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 6 Hit The Highway.flac

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 5 Another Kind Of Love.flac

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 2 It's Over.flac

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 14 Living Alone.flac

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 13 Someday After A While (You'll Be Sorry).flac

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 12 Top Of The Hill.flac

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 10 The Same Way.flac

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 1 A Hard Road.flac

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A HARD ROAD 1967 [FLAC] Level 8

Ripped with MAX in FLAC Level 8
Total size: 228 MB
Full artwork & booklet included @300dpi

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers are a pioneering English blues band, led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist John Mayall (born 29 November 1933).

The Bluesbreakers were formed in January 1963 and became an ever-evolving lineup of more than 100 different combinations of musicians performing under that name. Eric Clapton joined in 1965 just a few months after the release of their first album. Clapton brought the blues influences to the forefront of the group, as he had left The Yardbirds in order to play the blues.
The group lost their record contract with Decca that year, which also saw the release of a single called \"I\'m Your Witchdoctor\" (produced by Jimmy Page), followed by a return to Decca in 1966. The album Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton (also known as The Beano Album because Clapton is shown on the cover photo reading a copy of the comic) was released later that year; it reached the Top Ten in the UK.
Clapton and Jack Bruce left the group that year to form Cream. Clapton was replaced by Peter Green for A Hard Road, after which he left to form Fleetwood Mac. Finally, in 1969, the third Bluesbreaker-guitarist departed when Mick Taylor joined the Rolling Stones.
By the time the 1960s were over, the Bluesbreakers had finally achieved some success in the United States.
With some interruptions, the Bluesbreakers have continued to tour and release albums (over 50 to date), though they never achieved the critical or popular acclaim of their earlier material. In 2003, Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and Chris Barber reunited with the band for John Mayall\'s 70th Birthday Concert in Liverpool — the concert was later released on CD and DVD. In 2004, their line up included Buddy Whittington, Joe Yuele, Hank Van Sickle and Tom Canning, and the band toured the UK with Mick Taylor as a guest musician.

Eric Clapton is usually thought of as John Mayall\'s most important right-hand man, but the case could also be made for his successor, Peter Green. The future Fleetwood Mac founder leaves a strong stamp on his only album with the Bluesbreakers, singing a few tracks and writing a couple, including the devastating instrumental Supernatural. Green\'s use of thick sustain on this track clearly pointed the way to his use of guitar riffs with elongated, slithery tones on Fleetwood Mac\'s Albatross and Black Magic Woman, as well as anticipating some aspects of Carlos Santana\'s style. Mayall acquits himself fairly well on this mostly original set (with occasional guest horns), though some of the material is fairly mundane. Highlights include the uncharacteristically rambunctious Leaping Christine and the cover of Freddie King\'s Someday After a While (You\'ll Be Sorry).

The band:
John Mayall - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, organ
Peter Green - Guitar, Vocals
John McVie - Bass
Mick Fleetwood, Aynsley Dunbar - Drum Set
Paul Butterfield - Harmonica, Vocals


1. A Hard Road – 3:12
2. It's Over – 2:51
3. You Don't Love Me – 2:50
4. The Stumble – 2:54
5. Another Kinda Love – 3:06
6. Hit The Highway – 2:17
7. Leaping Christine – 2:25
8. Dust My Blues – 2:50
9. There's Always Work – 1:38
10. The Same Way – 2:11
11. The Supernatural – 2:57
12. Top Of The Hill – 2:40
13. Someday After A While – 3:02
14. Living Alone – 2:23


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