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Rated by Living Blues Magazine, Road Show Blues was described as "One of John Mayall's most live wire, throat-grabbing blues sets." His third album for DJM Records, it was mainly recorded at Media Art Studio in Hermosa Beach, California. It features live versions of the Jimmy Reed cover "Baby, What You Want Me to Do" and Mayall's own composition "Mexico City", both cut at the Golden Bear Club, Huntingdon. With guitarist James Quill Smith offering a trademark solo on A Big Man, along with the whole band stoking up the heat on the tribute that is John Lee Boogie you have an album that more than justifies a re-issue
Rated by Living Blues Magazine, Road Show Blues was described as "One of John Mayall's most live wire, throat-grabbing blues sets." His third album for DJM Records, it was mainly recorded at Media Art Studio in Hermosa Beach, California. It features live versions of the Jimmy Reed cover "Baby, What You Want Me to Do" and Mayall's own composition "Mexico City", both cut at the Golden Bear Club, Huntingdon. With guitarist James Quill Smith offering a trademark solo on A Big Man, along with the whole band stoking up the heat on the tribute that is John Lee Boogie you have an album that more than justifies a re-issue
5060397602558
John Mayall - Road Show Blues [180 Gram] (Uk)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NOT NOW UK
Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
UPC: 5060397602558

Road Show Blues [180 Gram] (Uk)
Artist: John Mayall
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $21.99
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Rated by Living Blues Magazine, Road Show Blues was described as "One of John Mayall's most live wire, throat-grabbing blues sets." His third album for DJM Records, it was mainly recorded at Media Art Studio in Hermosa Beach, California. It features live versions of the Jimmy Reed cover "Baby, What You Want Me to Do" and Mayall's own composition "Mexico City", both cut at the Golden Bear Club, Huntingdon. With guitarist James Quill Smith offering a trademark solo on A Big Man, along with the whole band stoking up the heat on the tribute that is John Lee Boogie you have an album that more than justifies a re-issue
        
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