Album artwork for BLUES FROM LAUREL CANYON by John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers

The album "Blues from Laurel Canyon" by John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers was released by Universal. This iconic album showcases the talent and passion of the British blues musician, John Mayall, and his band, The Bluesbreakers.

Recorded in 1968, "Blues from Laurel Canyon" is a significant milestone in Mayall's career as it marked a departure from his previous blues-rock sound. Inspired by his time spent living in the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, this album incorporates elements of folk and country music into Mayall's signature blues style.

The album features an impressive lineup of musicians including Mick Taylor on guitar, Colin Allen on drums, and Stephen Thompson on bass. Each member brings their unique musicality to the record, resulting in a cohesive and captivating sound.

"Blues from Laurel Canyon" is filled with soulful and heartfelt tracks that showcase Mayall's exceptional songwriting skills. From the hauntingly beautiful "Vacation" to the energetic and upbeat "Walking on Sunset," each song tells a story and evokes powerful emotions.

This album also includes notable covers such as "First Time Alone," originally written by legendary blues artist Otis Rush. Mayall's rendition adds his own personal touch while staying true to the essence of the original track.

Overall, "Blues from Laurel Canyon" is a must-have for any fan of blues music or John Mayall's work. Its timeless sound continues to captivate listeners today, making it a classic addition to any music collection.

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers

BLUES FROM LAUREL CANYON

Universal
Album artwork for BLUES FROM LAUREL CANYON by John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers
CD

11,99 €

Released 02/10/2007Catalogue Number

9840839

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers

BLUES FROM LAUREL CANYON

Universal
Album artwork for BLUES FROM LAUREL CANYON by John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers
CD

11,99 €

Released 02/10/2007Catalogue Number

9840839

The album "Blues from Laurel Canyon" by John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers was released by Universal. This iconic album showcases the talent and passion of the British blues musician, John Mayall, and his band, The Bluesbreakers.

Recorded in 1968, "Blues from Laurel Canyon" is a significant milestone in Mayall's career as it marked a departure from his previous blues-rock sound. Inspired by his time spent living in the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, this album incorporates elements of folk and country music into Mayall's signature blues style.

The album features an impressive lineup of musicians including Mick Taylor on guitar, Colin Allen on drums, and Stephen Thompson on bass. Each member brings their unique musicality to the record, resulting in a cohesive and captivating sound.

"Blues from Laurel Canyon" is filled with soulful and heartfelt tracks that showcase Mayall's exceptional songwriting skills. From the hauntingly beautiful "Vacation" to the energetic and upbeat "Walking on Sunset," each song tells a story and evokes powerful emotions.

This album also includes notable covers such as "First Time Alone," originally written by legendary blues artist Otis Rush. Mayall's rendition adds his own personal touch while staying true to the essence of the original track.

Overall, "Blues from Laurel Canyon" is a must-have for any fan of blues music or John Mayall's work. Its timeless sound continues to captivate listeners today, making it a classic addition to any music collection.