1 (edited by zosozep7 2006-12-30 20:05:02)

Topic: Cd Box Set Essentially John Mayall. Awesome set!!

Hey all! I just discovered a diamond in the rough with this 5 cd box set of John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers. This set has on one cd, So Many Roads and it is killer! Im thinking that this is the same version our Joe Bonamassa uses as a reference to his song on You and Me. Anyways, I have listened to quite a bit of it skimmimg through about 3 of the cds and everything I have heard so far has captured me hostage! This will be a staple in my cd player for the next few weeks. Here is a run down on the set. Check out some of the guitarist featured here!!



Don't Turn Back
Padlock on the Blues
A Hard Road
Somebody's Watching
Always a Brand New Road
My Country Girl
The Strip
I've Got to Talk to You
Dancing Shoes
Bad Dream Catcher
When the Blues are Bad
Ain't No Surrender
White Line Fever

A World of Hurt feat Jeff Healey
Along for the Ride feat Billy Preston
Put it Right Back feat Billy F Gibbons
That's Why I Love You So feat Jonny Lang
Yo Yo Man feat Peter Green, Steve Miller, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood
If I Don't Get Home feat Gary Moore
Testify feat Shannon Curfman
Early in the Morning feat Chris Rea, Steve Miller, Andy Fairweather Low, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood
Something About My Baby feat Andy Fairweather Low
So Many Roads feat Otis Rush
World War Blues feat Billy Preston
California feat Davy Graham
She Don't Play By the Rules feat Mick Taylor and Andy Fairweather Low

Southside Story
Dirty Water
Feels Just Like Home
Kids Got the Blues
The Witching Hour
Oh, Leadbelly
Demons in the Night
Pride and Faith
Romance Classified
I Wished I Had
Pieces and Parts
I Thought I Heard the Devil
The Mists of Time

Dirty Water
Walking on Sunset feat Mick Taylor
Please Mr
Lofton feat Eric Clapton and Chris Barber
Hideaway feat Eric Clapton and Chris Barber
Have You Heard feat Eric Clapton
It Ain't Right
California feat Mick Taylor and Chris Barber
Talk to Your Daughter feat Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and Chris Barber

Hideaway (1966) feat Eric Clapton
Tears in My Eyes (1966) feat Eric Clapton
The Stumble (1967) feat Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood
Double Trouble (1967) feat Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood
Help Me (1969) feat Mick Taylor
Concarneau Shuffle (1983) feat Mick Taylor
Broken Wings (1985) feat Walter Trout
Racehorse Man (1986)
Tears Come Rollin' (1990) feat Coco Montoya
Undercover Agent (1994) feat Buddy Whittington
Mail Order Mystics (1994) feat Buddy Whittington

As you can see, there are a ton of great guitarists on this set and the music is to die for! I have been looking for something like this for a long time. I bought my set for $45 but I seen them on Ebay for aboput $30 to $35 dollars and I believe Amazon has them for $40.


All my tears they fell like rain, cant you hear them falling?
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Re: Cd Box Set Essentially John Mayall. Awesome set!!

Alright, I see Mick Taylor is on there. Who could ever forget that solo from "Can't You Hear Me Knocking."

http://www.radioblogclub.com/open/93175 … 20Knocking