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John Mayall ‎- Primal Solos (1977)

Artist: John Mayall
Title Of Album: Primal Solos
Year Of Release: 1977
Label: Decca
Genre: Blues, British R&B
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Bitrate: lossless 24/96
Total Time: 44:47
Total Size: 771 MB

A1. (Intro) Maudie (2:26)
A2. It Hurts To Be In Love (3:19)
A3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (6:44)
A4. Bye Bye Bird (3:48)
A5. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (3:53)
B1. (Intro) Look At The Girl (6:47)
B2. Wish You Were Mine (8:45)
B3. Start Walkin' (7:50)

Side One
(Intro) Maudie (Hooker) 2:26
It Hurts To Be In Love (Toombs/Dixon) 3:19
Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Myles) 6:44
Bye Bye Bird (Dixon/Williamson) 3:48
I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Dixon) 3:53

Side One recorded at the Flamingo Club, London, April 1966
John Mayall: vocals/organ/harmonica
Eric Clapton: lead guitar
Jack Bruce: 6 string fender bass guitar
Hughie Flint: drums

Side Two
(Intro) Look At The Girl (Mayall) 6:47
Wish You Were Mine (Mayall) 8:45
Start Walkin' (Mayall) 7:50

Look At The Girl and Start Walkin' recorded at Falmer College Brighton, England on May 25,1968
John Mayall: vocals/slide guitar/harmonica/organ
Mick Taylor: lead guitar
Dick Heckstall-Smith: soprano sax solos
Chris Mercer: tenor sax
Henry Lowther: trumpet
Tony Reeves: bass guitar
Jon Hiseman: drums

Wish You Were Mine recorded in Sweden early December, 1968
John Mayall: vocals/guilar/organ/harmonica
Mick Taylor lead guitar
Steve Thompson: bass guitar
Colin Allen: drums


Legendary Performances from the Archives with Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Jack Bruce

The recordings contained on this album are not state-of-the-art stereophonic high-fidelity.
The performances were captured live on simple equipment, some at 3 3/4 i.p.s. The historical and musical value trancends recording limitations.
Despite the unpolished sound, what prevails is a spontaneity and high energy level that makes for some extraordinary solos from everyone.
Side One is the missing link in the chain from Mayan's Bluesbreakers album with Eric Clapton which was recorded before these sides, and Cream's debut in January 1967.
Mayall's Clapton-Bruce-Flint line-up was together for only two and a half months - yet the germ of early Cream can be detected, especially on "I'm your Hoochie Coochie Man".
Side Two features two of John Mayall's most successful aggregations; the innovative big band with probably the finest horn section
ever assembled in this mode; and, a quartet featuring young Mick Taylor just before he went on to the Rolling Stones.
Primal Solos is a rare documentation of the British blues genre at it's most raw and vital.
Mayall's bands were always looked to for high quality musicianship (not to mention future luminaries). The players here were at certain youthful peaks that remain unparalleled.
~Peter Hay on back cover

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