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  1. Mumuro says:
    May 31,  · Let’s finally get this record squared away. First, throw away the songs “Plan Your Revolution,” and “Don’t Pick Flowers.” From there you have the introspective album John was attempting to create; and without those tracks he has created a body of work like no one else had attempted to do at this stage of electric blues/5().
  2. Vudojind says:
    May 31,  · Let’s finally get this record squared away. First, throw away the songs “Plan Your Revolution,” and “Don’t Pick Flowers.” From there you have the introspective album John was attempting to create; and without those tracks he has created a body of work like no one else had attempted to do at this stage of electric blues/5(23).
  3. Shaktit says:
    Empty Rooms is a studio album by English blues musician John Mayall, released in March on clearcontholzringtima.ovgracilachgalreheartfolrearthbeslustphe.co is a follow-up to the live album The Turning Point, released earlier in the year with the same musicians: Jon Mark on acoustic guitar, Johnny Almond on saxophones and flute, and Stephen Thompson on bass. John Mayall sings, plays harmonica, guitars and keyboards (including a moog Genre: Blues.
  4. Vujora says:
    Label: Aziя Records - AZCD ,Private Area - SV • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock John Mayall - Empty Rooms (, CD) | Discogs.
  5. Gugrel says:
    Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Blues Rock John Mayall - Empty Rooms (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(47).
  6. Megal says:
    This was John Mayall's studio-recorded follow-up to the live The Turning Point, featuring the same drumless quartet of himself, guitarist Jon Mark, reed player Johnny Almond, and bassist Steve Thompson. Mayall was at a commercial and critical peak with this folk-jazz approach; the album's leadoff track, "Don't Waste My Time," had become his sole singles chart entry prior to the LP's release.
  7. Akigul says:
    Empty Rooms is a studio album by English blues musician John Mayall, released in late on Polydor. It is a follow-up to the live album The Turning Point.
  8. Arashishicage says:
    John Mayall: Empty Rooms ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Polydor: Europe: Unknown: First, throw away the songs “Plan Your Revolution,” and “Don’t Pick Flowers.” From there you have the introspective album John was attempting to create; and without those tracks he has created a body of work like no one else had attempted to do at.
  9. Meztidal says:
    Jul 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Plan Your Revolution · John Mayall Empty Rooms ℗ Polydor Inc. Released on: Producer: John Mayall Composer Lyricist: John Mayall Auto.

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