|Talk About That|
|It's Hard Going Up|
|The Devil Must Be Laughing|
|Gimme Some Of That Gumbo|
|Goin' Away Baby|
|Cards On The Table|
|I Didn't Mean To Hurt You|
|Don't Deny Me|
|Across The County Line|
|You Never Know|
|FBR0152||John Mayall||Talk About That (CD, Album)||Forty Below Records||FBR0152||US||2017|
|FBR 015||John Mayall||Talk About That (CD, Album)||Forty Below Records||FBR 015||US||2017|
|BSMF-2544||John Mayall||Talk About That (CD, Album)||BSMF Records||BSMF-2544||Japan||2017|
|FBR 015||John Mayall||Talk About That (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Forty Below Records||FBR 015||Russia||2017|
|FBR015LP||John Mayall||Talk About That (LP, Album)||Forty Below Records||FBR015LP||2017|
Produced by John Mayall (who also designed the album package) and Forty Below Records president Eric Corne (who also engineered and mixed), Talk about That was recorded at House of Blues Studio in Encino, California, and contains 11 tracks: eight originals, plus covers from Memphis soul music songwriter Bettye Crutcher ( It’s Hard Going Up ), blues great Jimmy Rogers (. Goin’ Away Baby ) and rock singer/songwriter Jerry Lynn Williams ( Don’t Deny Me )
Keyboards – John Mayall. Lead Guitar – Joe Walsh (tracks: A3, B5), Rocky Athas (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B4). Lead Vocals – John Mayall. Mastered By – Eric Corne, Mark Chalecki. Organ – John Mayall. Percussion – Greg Rzab, Jay Davenport. Photography – CJ Reagan. Photography By – Cristina Arrigoni, Terry Bert. Recorded By – Sadaharu Yagi. Recorded By, Mixed By – Eric Corne.
Band Name John Mayall. Album Name Talk About That. Data de aparición 27 Enero 2017. Labels Forty Bellow Records. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 2. It's Hard Going Up. 3. The Devil Must Be Laughing. 4. Gimme Some of that Gumbo. 6. Cards on the Table.
Artist: John Mayall Album: Talk About That Genre: Blues Rock Origin: UK Released: 2017 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Talk About That (4:25). It's Hard Going Up (4:14). The Devil Must Be Laughing (6:57). Gimme Some Of That Gumbo (3:56). Goin' Away Baby (3:50). Cards On The Table (4:16).
Album by John Mayall. The Devil Must Be Laughing (featuring Joe Walsh). Cards on the Table (featuring Joe Walsh). I Didn't Mean to Hurt You. Don't Deny Me. Blue Midnight. Across the County Line.
John Mayall gave players like Eric Clapton, Peter Green and Mick Taylor their start. Now the 83-year-old British blues legend is releasing his 66th album. You’ve just completed Talk About That-your 66th album by my count! Yes, that’s right, of the original albums. So there it goes, it all adds up. I’m curious about your writing process. Do you develop the seeds of ideas when you’re improvising onstage, or do you sit down and compose from scratch? It’s different each time, I think.
Veteran bluesman John Mayall has always kept good company, and Talk About That is lifted above late-period fodder by a horn section that razzes up Gimme Some Of That Gumbo, and by fanboy Joe Walsh who brings melancholy to The Devil Must Be Laughing and adroit slide to Cards On The Table. Mayall’s never going to dislodge Beano, but it’s ridiculous for an 83-year old to sound this relevant.
Signed to Decca Records, the itarist/keyboardist and harmonica player released his debut album, John Mayall Plays John Mayall, in 1965, but it wasn’t until Mayall hired a young guitarist named Eric Clapton away from the Yardbirds that his own band, the Bluesbreakers (sometimes spelled Blues Breakers), began getting noticed on a larger scale. With John McVie on bass and Hughie Flint on drums, the 1966 album Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton also came to the attention of American fans who had been finding their way to blues via those other other British musicians. When you recorded Talk About That, presumably you didn’t know yet that it would be Rocky’s last album with the band. John Mayall: Exactly, yes. There were no indications of making a personnel change at that time. been in the can for a little while.