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  1. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers: Live in buy album. John Mayall. Label: Forty Below Records Released: Views: 2, Track Listing. All Your Love; Brand New Start; Double Trouble; Streamline; Have You Ever Loved a Woman; Looking Back; So Many Roads; Hi Heel Sneakers; I Can’t Quit You Baby; The Stumble; Someday After Awhile; San-Ho-Zay; Stormy .
  2. John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Live in Vinyl LP Track Listing. 1) All Your Love. 2) Brand New Start. 3) Double Trouble. 4) Streamline. 5) Have You Ever Loved a Woman. 6) Looking Back. 7) So Many Roads. 8) Hi Heel Sneakers. 9) I Can’t Quit You Baby. 10) The Stumble. 11) Someday After Awhile. 12) San-Ho-Zay.
  3. "John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers Live in , is a serious trip through memory lane and your subconsciousness takes no account of your mental state on that specific moment. I wouldn’t mind if other great, awesome live performances of John Mayall’ Bluesbreakers would pop up.
  4. May 06,  · In , before there was a Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood were John Mayall s Bluesbreakers. The four musicians were only together for three months, which makes it even more remarkable that a staunch fan from Holland was able to sneak a one channel reel to reel tape recorder into five London clubs and capture this exciting /5(94).
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Mayall's Bluesbreakers* - Live In at Discogs. Complete your John Mayall's Bluesbreakers* collection/5(26).
  6. Live in gives us thirteen sweet blues-smothered tracks to chew on. The Bluesbreakers break out a little briefcase of blues featuring Freddie King songs: “Have You Ever Loved a Woman”, “The Stumble”, “Someday After Awhile”, and “San Ho Zay”.
  7. , before there was a Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood were John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. The four musicians were only together for three months, which makes it even more remakrable that a staunch fan from Holland was able to sneak a one channel reel to reel tape recorder into five London clubs and capture this /5(8).
  8. Mar 22,  · Album Review: John Mayall's Bluesbreakers Live in and on a expanded version of that album, you can listen to tracks that feature Mick Fleetwood as well Baby” and Billy Myles’s “Have You Ever Loved a Woman,” which was popularized by Freddie King and, later, by Bluesbreakers alumnus Eric Clapton.

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