John Mayall Looking Back(1969)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

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Name:John Mayall Looking Back(1969)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

Total Size: 218.13 MB

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info.txt (Size: 218.13 MB) (Files: 20)


3.06 KB


273.65 KB

 Looking Back.CUE

1.83 KB

 John Mayall - Looking Back.m3u

0.74 KB

 11Picture On The Wall.flac

15.98 MB


21.60 MB

 09Suspicions (Part 2).flac

35.14 MB

 08Double Trouble.flac

16.41 MB

 07It Hurts Me Too.flac

16.58 MB

 06Sitting In The Rain.flac

16.34 MB

 05Looking Back.flac

16.25 MB

 04So Many Roads.flac

25.52 MB

 03They Call It Stormy Monday.flac

24.96 MB

 02Blues City Shakedown.flac

13.94 MB

 01Mr James.flac

13.15 MB


157.50 KB


348.55 KB


758.56 KB


784.79 KB

 Looking Back.log

3.44 KB


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If you like white blues this is a lovely recording -- who cares it is a collection rather than all of piece? "Stormy Monday" is breathtaking Clapton recorded live - compare his barnstorming approach to the laid back Allman Bros recording on "Live at the Fillmore" and you can see why Clapton was so influential to heavy rock. This is a collection of songs that were essentially outtakes when initially recorded - I assume released in 1969 so the company could put out another recording and capitalize on the Clapton/Green/Taylor connection (as well as Mayall, of course who was a star too). Unmistakable and very powerful! Still in my view Peter Green (perhaps as usual?) provides the most tasty additions to most of the tracks. His solo on "Looking Back" is an absolute classic of its type - squeeze a meaningful and dynamic solo into one minute of song and then stop. Economy is what it is all about. I wish I could play like that. As others say earlier, "Jenny" is another unusual track with great melacholia (a Green characteristic) as is "So Many Roads". As usual with these Decca/London-Mayall recordings the sound is just lovely and the band are wonderfully full of character. Definitely white, definitely blues and they know when to stop as well as start playing - tasteful is probably the word for it. I recommend it. If you have the "BB with Eric Clapton" and "A Hard Road" and "Bare Wires", then I think this is next on the list.

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1 Mr. James (2:44)
2 Blues City Shakedown (2:17)
3 Stormy Monday (4:23)
4 So Many Roads (4:36)
5 Looking Back (2:29)
6 Sitting in the Rain (2:49)
7 It Hurts Me Too (2:46)
8 Double Trouble (3:12)
9 Suspicions, Pt. 2 (5:16)
10 Jenny (4:28)
11 Picture on the Wall (2:54)

Tony McPhee Guitar
Chris Mercer Saxophone, Sax (Tenor), Performer
Malcolm Poole Bass
Tony Reeves Guitar (Bass)
Bill Shortt Percussion
Nigel Stanger Saxophone
Keith Tillman Guitar (Bass)
Peter Ward Drums, Performer
Bernie Watson Guitar, Performer
Paul Williams Bass, Performer, Guitar (Bass)
Steve Thompson Guitar (Bass)
Roger Dean Guitar, Performer
John Almond Flute, Saxophone, Sax (Tenor)
Mick Fleetwood Guitar, Drums
Andy Fraser Guitar (Bass)
Keef Hartley Drums, Performer
John McVie Bass, Guitar (Bass), Performer
Aynsley Dunbar Drums, Performer
Colin Allen Drums
Eric Clapton Guitar, Performer
Hughie Flint Drums, Performer
Peter Green Guitar, Guitar (Steel)
Martin Hart Drums, Performer
Dennis Healey Trumpet
Dick Heckstall-Smith Saxophone, Sax (Tenor), Performer, Sax (Soprano)
Jon Hiseman Drums
Rip Kant Horn, Sax (Baritone)
Jon Mark Guitar (Acoustic)
Jack Bruce Bass, Guitar (Bass), Performer
John Mayall Organ, Piano, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals, Main Performer, 9-String Guitar, Producer
Mick Taylor Guitar, Performer
Henry Lowther Trumpet, Violin
Alan Skidmore Saxophone
Champion Jack Dupree Vocals

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