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On this album arguable Mayalls' voice has never been better and showcases some talent in the rhythm guitar and harmonica department, as well. By the time 'Parchman Farm' has finished it's somewhat more apparent why Clapton got second billing. Hughie Flint (Drums) is likewise in top form, not merely banging around in a frenzy of self-indulgence, but subtly and tastefully providing the tunes with the beat they deserve with John McVie (Bass) thumping along, creating his own spotlight at times. The bulk of the album maintains the quality one would expect from a record credited with launching the career of one of the most renown bluesman to ever live.
On this album arguable Mayalls' voice has never been better and showcases some talent in the rhythm guitar and harmonica department, as well. By the time 'Parchman Farm' has finished it's somewhat more apparent why Clapton got second billing. Hughie Flint (Drums) is likewise in top form, not merely banging around in a frenzy of self-indulgence, but subtly and tastefully providing the tunes with the beat they deserve with John McVie (Bass) thumping along, creating his own spotlight at times. The bulk of the album maintains the quality one would expect from a record credited with launching the career of one of the most renown bluesman to ever live.
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Format: CD
Label: DECCA
Catalog: 9841801
Rel. Date: 06/23/2023
UPC: 602498418017

Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton (Deluxe Edition) [Remaster]
Artist: John Mayall
Format: CD
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On this album arguable Mayalls' voice has never been better and showcases some talent in the rhythm guitar and harmonica department, as well. By the time 'Parchman Farm' has finished it's somewhat more apparent why Clapton got second billing. Hughie Flint (Drums) is likewise in top form, not merely banging around in a frenzy of self-indulgence, but subtly and tastefully providing the tunes with the beat they deserve with John McVie (Bass) thumping along, creating his own spotlight at times. The bulk of the album maintains the quality one would expect from a record credited with launching the career of one of the most renown bluesman to ever live.
        
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