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Blues for the Lost Days
John Mayall
Blues for the Lost Days
Genres: Blues, World Music, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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12 track collection. 1997 release on the Silvertone label.

      
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All Artists: John Mayall
Title: Blues for the Lost Days
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Total Copies: 0
Album Type: Import
Genres: Blues, World Music, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues, Europe, British Isles, Vocal Pop, Blues Rock, British Invasion
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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12 track collection. 1997 release on the Silvertone label.

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Another Strong Effort
Kurt Harding | Boerne TX | 12/24/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"John Mayall has been playing blues literally for my entire lifetime and at 64 years old proves that he's still among the best. On this CD, Mayall displays the many blues attitudes of which he is capable. Lately, many of his songs decry urban decay and violence. He continues here in that vein with the hard-driving Dead City and the old Eddie Harris R&B song, How Can You Live Like That. Stone Cold Deal is a shuffle driven by saxophone, organ and drums. Its infectuous rhythm will have you dancing and its incisive lyrics will have you thinking. My other favorites are the title cut on which Mayall's prowess on the piano is showcased, One In A Million which is a rocking paean to his beloved mother, and I Don't Mind, a song in the rollicking piano-driven Southern style for which Mayall is justly famous. There isn't anything I really dislike on the album though It Ain't Safe and Some Other Day seem out of place and Trenches, though lyrically gripping, is musically weak. If you are a blues fan, you are sure to like Blues For the Lost Days, another strong effort from master bluesman John Mayall."
Quiet but engaging
Bob Davis | 02/03/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Mellower than I expected for John Mayall, but it's blues all the way. Dead City and Stone Cold Deal are two standouts. Great harmonica and piano."