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My local library just restarted accepting items to sell. Had to check the booksale for Lps (although I have too many). Brought home John Mayall,s "Turning Point" on Polydor. I kept my hopes in check because it was grimey and a bit scuffed but after washing at the sink the sound is excellent. I think the record was mostly sitting stored away - the label looks new, anyway. There is a lyric insert with band photos also. Listened to side one - blues with acoustic instruments including sax. Live performance with audience. My brother bought this album when it came out -- I like the playing more now than I did then.
john mayall is famous for his connection to eric. but i think his real strenght is plays ensemble music without getting in the way of the music. his live albums are worth looking out fo
I found 2 John Mayall records in nice vg+ condition, The Turning Point and The Blues Alone, at local record shops for less than $10 each in the last couple of months. Never heard these records before but wanted to see what they were about. Happy I bought them.
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