Mayall, John - Road Show Blues (Digipack)

Genre:

Prog

Style:

CD

Label:

Universe

Format:

Digipack


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John Mayall: Road Show Blues (CD)
Label Comet Records 2000
original released 1980

road show blues - track listing

track# song name track time
1 Why Worry (3:15)
2 Road Show (4:21)
3 Mama Talk to Your Daughter (3:52)
4 Big Man (4:51)
5 Lost and Gone (2:40)
6 Mexico City (5:00)
7 John Lee Boogie (4:10)
8 Reaching for a Mountain (4:20)
9 Baby, What You Want Me to Do (5:08)

road show blues - album reviews

Road Show Blues was John Mayalls third album for the U.K.'s DJM Records, following Bottom Line and No More Interviews. At this time, his backup band included guitarist/singer James Quill Smith, bassist Kevin McCormick, drummer Soko Richardson, and singer Maggie Parker. Two cuts, Jimmy Reeds Baby, What You Want Me to Do and Mayalls Mexico City, were recorded live. The band is a tight unit in support of the leader, who sings and plays fiercely. By the time that this album, the last in Mayalls DJM contract, was recorded, his career was in decline, and the disc was not released in the U.S. at the time. It would be another five years before he made another. Through some corporate legerdemain, the record has bounced around from one company to another and been reissued several times under different titles. These reissues include The Adventures of John Mayall, Road Show, and Lost and Gone. Of course, the Mayall fan needs only one, but it does make a worthy addition to the catalog. ~ William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide
Road

road show blues - album credits

Road Kevin McCormick Road Bass
Road Christiaan Mostert Road Flute, Saxophone
Road Maggie Parker Road Percussion, Vocals (Background), Vocals
Road Soko Richardson Road Drums
Road James Quill Smith Road Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Road Michael Heatley Road Liner Notes
Road John Mayall Road Organ, Guitar, Piano, Multi Instruments, Main Performer, Slide Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Harmonica