Tag Archives: Eric Corne

Nobody Told Me that John Mayall would still be making such great albums at 85

When we told you about John Mayall‘s Three for the RoadĀ album last spring, you might recallĀ our noting that Mayall’s next studio album would be one that, according to Mayall, “strongly feature(s)…guitar players who will be pretty well-known to all lovers … Continue reading

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Sound of a Broken Man

With summer officially upon us, here’s another talk-free edition of our BluesPowR Radio Hour to help keep you cool (at least in the eyes and ears of your friends), with music from Tinsley Ellis, one-man blues-rock band Steve Hill, Long … Continue reading

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Mayall, Trout producer Eric Corne offers some Happy Songs for the Apocalypse on own latest album

We’ve mentioned the name Eric Corne on these pages quite a bit in recent years, with Corne having produced many of the latest recordings from blues masters John Mayall and Walter Trout. The founder and president of Forty Below Records, … Continue reading

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Quick takes: latest from blues masters John Mayall, Joe Louis Walker

Here are a few more recent releases we just couldn’t let go unmentioned before the new year, from two of the biggest names in the blues! John Mayall, Find a Way to Care (Forty Below Records) Even after all these … Continue reading

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John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Live in 1967 offers previously unheard early performances featuring Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood & John McVie

By rights, it shouldn’t even exist, the product of a fan from Holland sneaking a one-channel reel recorder into a series of London shows to capture a band that performed together for only three months before three-quarters of its members … Continue reading

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