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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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