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John Mayall - The Turning Point


Tracklist


1The Laws Must Change6:13
2California9:14
3Saw Mill Gulch Road4:38
4I'm Gonna Fight For You J.B.5:11
5So Hard To Share6:43
6Thoughts About Roxanne7:50
7Room To Move4:34

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
583 571, 583571John Mayall The Turning Point ‎(LP, Album)Polydor, Polydor583 571, 583571UK1969
543 029John Mayall The Turning Point ‎(LP, Album, RE)Polydor543 029Canada1973
2821 005John Mayall White Blues King ‎(LP, Son)Polydor2821 005GermanyUnknown
658 175John Mayall The Turning Point ‎(LP, Album)Polydor658 175France1969
900402John Mayall The Turning Point ‎(2xLP, Album)Vinyl Lovers, Lilith900402Russia2008

Credits


  • Acoustic Guitar [Finger-Style]Jon Mark
  • Artwork, DesignJohn Mayall
  • Bass GuitarSteve Thompson
  • EngineerEddie Kramer
  • Photography ByBarrie Wentzell, Bob Gordon , Zill, Mayall, Larry La Fond, Tapani Tapanainen
  • ProducerJohn Mayall
  • Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute, Human Beatbox [Mouth Percussion]Johnny Almond
  • Vocals, Harmonica, Slide Guitar, Guitar [Telecaster 6 String], Tambourine, Human Beatbox [Mouth Percussion]John Mayall
  • Written-ByMayall, Thompson (tracks: B1, B2)

Notes


© 1969 St. George Music Limited

Recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East, N.Y.C. on July 12, 1969

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 042282330512

Companies


  • Recorded At – Fillmore East
  • Published By – St. George Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – St. George Music Ltd.

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John Mayall - The Turning Point
Performer: John Mayall
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Blues
Title: The Turning Point
Country: US
Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues, Free Jazz, Fusion
MP3 album: 2009 mb
FLAC album: 2742 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
№ Cat: 823 305-1, 24-4004
Label: Polydor