John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers A Sense Of Place on 180g LP
Perhaps Britain's most pioneering blues musician, John Mayall's career stretches over 50 years. However his most important period was in the '60s when he played with and influenced many musicians including most famously, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood. Mayall was directly responsible for introducing American blues to a wider audience via his legendary band, The Bluesbreakers in the 1960s.
After reforming the Bluesbreakers in 1982, Mayall's popularity went from strength to strength with a succession of dynamic albums throughout the '80s and '90s such as Behind The Iron Curtain, Chicago Line, A Sense of Place, and the Grammy-nominated Wake Up Call.
Originally issued on Island Records in 1990, the R.S. Field-produced A Sense of Place finds the blues master in cahoots with guitarists Coco Montoya and Sonny Landreth, bassists Bobby Haynes and Freebo and drummer Joe Yuele among others, performing a throwback set of excellent covers like Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together" and J.J. Cale's "Sensitive Kind," to go along with his own original "Send Me Down To Vickburg."
Brand new batch for the Back To Black range. Exact reproductions of original LP artwork to retain authenticity, but now on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl.
John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers A Sense Of Place Track Listing:
1. I Want To Go
2. Congo Square
3. Send Me Down To Vicksburg
4. Without Her
5. Sensitive Kind
6. Jacksboro Highway
7. Let's Work Together
8. I Can't Complain
9. Black Cat Moan
11. All My Life