dadsdiscdelights🔸JOHN MAYALL - 'JAZZ BLUES FUSION' (1971)🔸
Dad says: This album was recorded live in Boston and New York 1972, and is my favourite John Mayall album from his jazz/blues period. Nice blues rhythm section and the jazz horns of Clifford Solomon on saxophone and the great Blue Mitchell on trumpet, all topped by John's harmonica, guitar and vocals. The opening track 'Country Road' a slow to medium blues, is wonderfully evocative.👨👋
- egn_uLov this album #bestrockrecords
- chasreadone of my fave albums all time!👍
- ceilydewolfthis is one of MY FAVORITE albums of all time!
- dadsdiscdelights@ceilydewolf great minds think alike!
- dadsdiscdelights@lizmarshallxx @chasread do you know Blue Mitchell's other work as a pure jazz artists and specifically with Horace Silver?
- lizmarshallxxNo I don't @dadsdiscdelights, but guessing it would be worth finding and listening to? Any recommendations?
- barrybornself@maydaythemonsta enjoy this page...you're welcome. LOL
- pix_by_bnix@campbellonious @jennerama check out this guy's record collection! I have this record too!
- agnessavenokI love your page! Genius
- dadsdiscdelights@lizmarshallxx Start with either of two albums recorded back to back in 1959, : Finger Poppin' and Blowin' the Blues Away. Both albums very good examples of the funky hard bop of the day, and both albums enjoyable all the way through. Both on the Blue Note label, and both feature Blue Mitchell prominently. Try tracks Juicy Lucy and Blowin' the Blues Away, on youtube.
- atomlowThat's really great. That record has always been a favorite late night listen. The guitar lines are excellent!
- lizmarshallxx@dadsdiscdelights thanks so much for taking the time to recommend, will be visiting youtube to listen I'll let you know my thoughts! Thanks again x
- spike4scottlAnother record added to the list.
- vinyljunkyrecordsGreat record.
- dadsdiscdelights@vinyljunkyrecords thanks!
- dadsdiscdelights@spike4scottl so glad!
- dadsdiscdelights@agnessavenok thank you so very much!
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