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8 Comments on " Floodin In California - John Mayall - A Special Life (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • John Mayall ‎– A Special Life (Vinyl) Limba. Vinyl; Film. DVD; Blu-Ray. 20 DE ANI EXPERIENTA IN RETAIL CU MUZICA. Unul dintre primele magazine de muzică din țară.
  • May 20,  · Song Floodin' in California; Artist John Mayall; Album A Special Life; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, [Merlin] IDOL Distribution, MGM Distribution (on .
  • Jul 19,  · John Mayall Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Polydor); Warner Chappell, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., CMRRA, PEDL, LatinAutor, and 3 Music.
  • Over fifty one years in the business, and John Mayall somehow manages to keep it fresh. His goal was to "make a normal blues album", but with "A Special Life", Mayall has cut the best record of the current band's line-up to date, and his strongest effort since 's "In The Palace Of The King"/5().
  • A Special Life, an Album by John Mayall. Released on Forty Below (catalog no. FBR ; CD). Genres: Electric Blues, Blues Rock. Featured peformers: John Mayall (vocals, piano, organ, harmonica, Clavinet, producer, aka_text artwork role_id aka_text, design), Greg Rzab (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Jay Davenport (drums), Eric Corne (co-producer, engineer, aka.
  • A Special Life also includes three new songs penned by John and a reworked Mayall classic to go along with covers of Jimmy Rogers (“That’s All Right”), Albert King (“Floodin’ in California”), Sonny Landreth (“Speak of the Devil”), Jimmy McCracklin (“I Just Got to Know”) and Eddie Taylor (“Big Town Playboy”), plus a new song written by Greg Rzab and Rocky Athas.
  • My wife has always been a John Mayall fan, she had this album on black plastic, decades ago, and guess what, it still sounds right, and relevant today. If you've been wary of the blues, or god forbid John Mayall, this is a safe way in, give it a try- I think you'll enjoy it, it's that good/5().
  • A Special Life also includes three new songs penned by John and a reworked Mayall classic to go along with covers of Jimmy Rogers (That s All Right), Albert King (Floodin in California), Sonny Landreth (Speak of the Devil), Jimmy McCracklin (I Just Got to Know) and Eddie Taylor (Big Town Playboy), plus a new song written by Greg Rzab and Rocky Athas.