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John Mizarolli - Blues To Lose (2014)

23-07-2014, 09:52
Music | Blues | Rock

John Mizarolli - Blues To Lose (2014)

Artist: John Mizarolli
Title Of Album: Blues To Lose
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Music Of The Spheres
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 64:42 Min
Total Size: 156 Mb


1. Electric Blues Flag
2. Gotta Get Outta Here
3. Hide Me Away
4. Spoonful
5. Ain't Got Nothing But Love
6. Dungeons Of Your Love
7. Catch Me
8. Hoochie Coochie Man
9. Fly On The Wall
10. Guitar Highway

John Mizarolli is a former guitarist for Ginger Baker of Cream. One of Uks leading guitarists spent 4 years in the USA, then returned to the UK in 1978. He then spent years gigging, recording, touring and teaching. He achieved cult fame worldwide in 1980 joining Ginger Baker's band Energy who toured Europe, UK and behind the former iron curtain appearing on tv, clubs and arenas. As Ginger's lead guitarist he was singled out by Europe's music mags as the revelation of the band after 4 encores at a 15000 seater in Rome. In 1978 He developed a unique and historic course of guitar systems that created an industry bigger than the record industry itself.
It's ironic that in 1980 he was too busy to give tuition to Andy Summers of Police. Andy was relatively unknown then but was definitely influenced by Mizarolli's guitar sound (that jangly roland jazz-chorus chord vibe). When Gary Moore left Thin Lizzy, Mizarolli met with Phil Lynott with a view to joining. He decided that Ginger had more to offer in musicianship. So he stayed with the Cream's wild drummer, whilst being financially supported by teaching UK's most ardent guitar lovers.

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