John Mayall – Life In The Jungle

Posted By: joedow
Like most British blues fanatics in the early '60s, John Mayall took his cues primarily from the stars of Chicago's electric blues scene. Both with the Bluesbreakers and later on his own, Mayall played a large role in introducing white audiences to electric blues. He was a leader in the emerging blues-rock movement, and his bands were an early proving ground for a number of future stars--Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce of Cream, Mick Taylor of the Rolling Stones, and Peter Green, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac.

Life In The Jungle 256 kbit/s

1. Ridin' on the L & M
2. Help Me
3. All Your Love
4. I Ain't Got You
5. One Life to Live
6. Last Time
7. Fascinating Lover
8. Life in the Jungle

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