John Mayall – Discography

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John Mayall, OBE (born 29 November 1933)is an English blues singer, guitarist, organist and songwriter, whose musical career spans over sixty years. In the 1960s, he was the founder of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, a band which has counted among its members some of the most famous blues and blues rock musicians.

 

1965 – John Mayall Plays John Mayall
1966 – Blues Breakers… with Eric Clapton (1989)
1966 – Blues Breakers… with Eric Clapton (2009 – Mono)
1966 – Blues Breakers… with Eric Clapton (2011)
1967 – A Hard Road (1987 W. Germany)
1967 – A Hard Road (1987 USA)
1967 – Crusade
1967 – The Blues Alone
1968 – Bare Wires
1968 – Blues From Laurel Canyon (1989)
1968 – Blues From Laurel Canyon (2008)
1968 – The Diary Of A Band – Volume One
1968 – The Diary Of A Band – Volume Two
1968 – The Diary Of A Band (Volumes One & Two)
1969 – Empty Rooms
1969 – Looking Back
1969 – The Turning Point
1970 – USA Union
1971 – Back To The Roots
1971 – Thru The Years
1972 – Jazz Blues Fusion
1975 – New Year, New Band, New Company
1975 – Notice To Appear
1976 – A Banquet In Blues
1977 – A Hard Core Package
1977 – Lots Of People
1977 – Primal Solos
1978 – The Last Of The British Blues
1982 – Return Of The Bluesbreakers
1985 – Behind the Iron Curtain
1988 – Archives To Eighties
1989 – Why Worry
1990 – A Sense Of Place
1992 – Cross Country Blues
1993 – Wake Up Call
1994 – The 1982 Reunion Concert
1995 – Spinning Coin
1997 – Blues For The Lost Days
1999 – Live at the Marquee 1969
1999 – Padlock On The Blues
1999 – Rock The Blues Tonight
2000 – Time Capsule
2001 – Along For The Ride
2001 – Boogie Woogie Man
2001 – UK Tour 2K
2002 – Stories
2003 – 70th Birthday Concert
2003 – No Days Off
2003 – Rolling With The Blues
2005 – Road Dogs
2007 – In The Palace Of The King
2009 – Tough
2014 – A Special Life
2015 – Find A Way To Care
2015 – Live In 1967
2016 – Live In 1967 – Volume Two

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