Top John Mayall Albums
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Blues Masters: John Mayall
Blues Masters: John Mayall
[2014]
A Special Life
A Special Life
[2014]
John Mayall: The Private Collection
John Mayall: The Private Collection
[2013]
The Definitive John Mayall
The Definitive John Mayall
[2012]
Historic Live Shows, Vol. 1
Historic Live Shows, Vol. 1
[2012]
John Lee Boogie
John Lee Boogie
[2012]
Smokin' Blues
Smokin' Blues
[2012]
Live in London
Live in London
[2011]
Why Worry
Why Worry
[2011]
Howlin' At The Moon
Howlin' At The Moon
[2011]
So Many Roads (1964-1974)
So Many Roads (1964-1974)
[2010]
Feels Good In Frankfurt (Live In Frankfurt 17th May 1973)
Feels Good In Frankfurt (Live In Frankfurt 17th May 1973)
[2009]
Tough
Tough
[2009]
Road Show
Road Show
[2009]
John Mayall - The Statesman of British Blues
John Mayall - The Statesman of British Blues
[2007]
Live from Austin, TX: John Mayall
Live from Austin, TX: John Mayall
[2007]
John Mayall's John Lee Boogie - EP
John Mayall's John Lee Boogie - EP
[2006]
Rolling With the Blues (The Second Decade 1972-1982)
Rolling With the Blues (The Second Decade 1972-1982)
[2003]
Boogie Woogie Man (Live)
Boogie Woogie Man (Live)
[2001]
Reaching for the Blues '79 to '81
Reaching for the Blues '79 to '81
[2000]
The Masters (Music from the Original Film Soundtrack the Turning Point)
The Masters (Music from the Original Film Soundtrack the Turning Point)
[1999]
Live At the Marquee
Live At the Marquee
[1999]
Room to Move 1969 - 1974
Room to Move 1969 - 1974
[1992]
Archives to Eighties
Archives to Eighties
[1989]
Jazz Blues Fusion (Performed and Recorded Live in Boston and New York)
Jazz Blues Fusion (Performed and Recorded Live in Boston and New York)
[1972]
Thru the Years (Reissue)
Thru the Years (Reissue)
[1971]
Turning Point
Turning Point
[1969]
The Diary of a Band - Volume 1 (l60048)
The Diary of a Band - Volume 1 (l60048)
[1968]
Blues from Laurel Canyon
Blues from Laurel Canyon
[1968]
The Blues Alone
The Blues Alone
[1967]
Looking Back lyricsMarriage Madness lyricsMaydell lyricsUndercover Agent For The Blues lyricsMama Talk To Your Daughter lyricsSensitive Kind lyricsTelephone Blues lyricsWhat'd I Say lyricsDouble Trouble lyricsThinking Of My Woman lyricsKids Got The Blues - John Mayall lyricsLaurel Canyon Home lyricsBroken Wings lyricsRidin' On The L&n lyricsI Could Cry lyricsA Hard Road lyricsI'm A Stranger lyricsJenny lyricsAnother Man lyricsOff The Road lyricsFirst Time Alone lyricsMiss James lyricsSo Many Roads lyricsCongo Square lyricsNothing To Do With Love lyricsThe Bear lyricsHeartache lyricsReady To Ride lyricsI Can't Quit You Baby lyricsLife In The Jungle lyricsCrawling Up A Hill lyricsStand Back Baby lyricsUnanswered Questions lyricsMail Order Mystics lyricsWhen The Blues Are Bad lyricsIt Hurts Me Too lyricsFly Tomorrow lyricsHoochie Coochie Man lyricsOh Pretty Woman lyricsMedicine Man lyricsCrying lyricsLong Gone Midnight lyricsSitting In The Rain lyricsYou Must Be Crazy lyricsBaby What Do You Want Me To Do lyricsPossessive Emotions lyricsI Ain't Got You lyricsDeep Blue Sea lyrics2401 lyricsI Can't Complain lyricsI Still Care lyricsI'm Gonna Fight For You J.b. lyricsI'm Your Witch Doctor lyricsIt Ain't Right - John Mayall lyricsJacksboro Highway lyricsJohn Lee Boogie lyricsKey To Love lyricsLaws Must Change lyricsHave You Heard - Eric Clapton lyricsGrits Ain't Groceries lyricsA Big Man lyricsAll Your Love lyricsBlues For The Lost Days lyricsBurn Out Your Blind Eyes lyricsCalifornia lyricsCan't Sleep This Night lyricsDirty Water lyricsDon't Waste My Time lyricsDouble Crossing Time lyricsLeaping Christine lyricsLittle Girl lyricsSomebody's Acting Like A Child lyricsStreamline lyricsThe Death Of J.b. Lenoir lyricsThoughts About Roxanne lyrics
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Related Information for John MayallJohn Mayall (born November 29, 1933) is a pioneering English blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboard player and harmonica player. John Mayall is often referred to as the “Father of the British blues.” His well-known band is still called John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers. They started out in the late 1950s in England, using Chicago style blues as a starting basis for their sound, which has evolved from album to album... read more