Rare live Greeny's tracks from 1967 with J. Mayall Bluesbreakers
here are some links to great treasures for Greeny's fans.
A good man uploaded some GREAT tracks.
They come from John The Revelator tapes I suppose.
Live in Bromley 29-04-1967 - Someday After A While
Live at Klook's Kleek 28-04-1967 - Someday After A While (?)
Live at the Manor House 5-05-1967– San Ho Zay
Live at the Manor House 05-05-1967 – Stormy Monday
Live at Klook's Kleek 28-04-1967 – Curly
Live at the Marquee '27-04-1967 - The Stumble
Live at the Manor House - 05-05-1967 - Tears In My Eyes
Live at the Manor House 05-05-1967 - So Many Roads
Liveat the Marquee 27-04-1967 – Double Trouble
Thanks for finding these, Krzysztof
I am glad these are seeing the light of day.
Ask him if you could purchase the CD's, they're worth whatever the deal will be. Peter Green on the verge to forming his own band, playing the grail that not yet had become holy but yet sounding as fantastic as ever later on.
John The Revelator
I did write to him a few years back before he did the offer of the Marquis Club recording free with a purchase of his latest CD. He never responded back then and I did not see the link active until he apparently withdrew the offer. I might give him a buzz again. There are not that many of us greenophiles around as you may think. It is almost comical about who is revered as a musician and who is forgotton
Yes, they are from the JtR/TH tapes. I bought them and provided the Youtube uploader with the recordings. He sure did make beautiful videos to accompany the music. Glad you all like them.
By the way, John the Revelator is actually a pretty good bluesband. It would be nice if you'd support them by buying one or more of their CD's. I was forced to do so to obtain the JM/PG tapes. But I was positively surprised by their music.
[Toronto Sun Review]
BY DARRYL STERDAN, POSTMEDIA NETWORK, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2016
John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers Live in 1967: Volume 2
Once was a surprise. Twice is totally unexpected. But as stated, here’s a second set of recently unearthed live recordings of Mayall and his short-lived lineup with future Fleetwood Mac daddies Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood. Much like its predecessor, what it lacks in audio fidelity it makes for up with blistering British blues-rock muscularity. Dare we hope for a threepeat?
RATING: 4 (out of 5)
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