John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

Also known as Bluesbreakers, J. Mayall´s Blues Breakers, John Mayall & Bluesbreakers, John Mayall & His Bluesbreakers, John Mayall & The Blues Breakers, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers And Friends, John Mayall & The Original Bluesbreakers, John Mayall + The Bluesbreakers, John Mayall / The Bluesbreakers, John Mayall And Blues Breakers, John Mayall And His Bluesbreakers, John Mayall And The Blues Breakers, John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers, John Mayall Featuring The Bluesbreakers, John Mayall With The Bluesbreakers, John Mayall's, John Mayall's Bluebreakers, John Mayall's Blues Breakers, John Mayall's Blues'breakers, John Mayall's Bluesbrakers, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, John Mayalls Blues Breakers
Members of John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: Alan Skidmore, Aynsley Dunbar, Bobby Haynes, Buddy Whittington, Chris Mercer, Coco Montoya, Eric Clapton, Joe Yuele, John Mayall, John McVie, Jon Hiseman, Keef Hartley, Keith Tillman, Larry Taylor, Mick Taylor, Peter Green (2), Ray Warleigh, Rick Cortes, Ricky Brown (2), Rip Kant, Tony Reeves, Walter Trout

Discography of John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 John Mayall's Bluesbreakers 8 Audio 1988 AMIGA
2 Steppin' Out 12 Audio Rainbow Music Group
3 Crusade 12 Audio 1967-09-00 Decca
4 Crusade 12 Audio 1967-09-00 Decca
5 A Sense Of Place 11 Audio 1990 Island Records
6 Spinning Coin 11 Audio 1995 Silvertone Records
7 Wake Up Call 12 Audio 1993 Silvertone Records
8 The Early Clapton Collection 20 Audio 1988 Castle Communications
9 Bare Wires 15 Audio 1968-05-00 Decca
10 Chicago Line 10 Audio 1989 Entente (2)
11 So Many Roads 12 Audio 1968 Decca
12 Wake Up Call 12 Audio 1993 Silvertone Records
13 Silver Tones - The Best Of 14 Audio 1998
14 Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton 12 Audio Decca
15 A Hard Road 14 Audio Decca
16 Crusade 23 Audio 2008-02-20 Decca
17 So Many Roads 12 Audio Decca
18 The Diary Of A Band Volume One (Selected Highspots From Sixty Hours Of Bluesbreakers Club Recordings 1967) 14 Audio 1968
19 Crusade 12 Audio 1967-09-00 London Records
20 Bare Wires 15 Audio 1968
21 Chicago Line 10 Audio 1989 Decal
22 Steppin' Out 12 Audio 1981 Decca
23 Wake Up Call 12 Audio 1993 Silvertone Records
24 The Early Clapton Collection 25 Audio 1987 Castle Communications
25 No Reply / She's Too Young 2 Audio 1968-06-07 Decca
26 The Diary Of A Band Volume Two 7 Audio 1968 Decca
27 Bare Wires 22 Audio 2008-02-20 Decca
28 A Hard Road 29 Audio 2008-02-20 Decca
29 The Power Of The Blues 6 Audio 1987 Entente (2)
30 Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton 12 Audio 1988 London Records
31 A Hard Road 14 Audio 1987 London Records
32 Crusade 12 Audio 1987 London Records
33 Bare Wires 15 Audio 1988 London Records
34 John Mayall's Bluesbreakers With Paul Butterfield 4 Audio 1967 Decca
35 Crusade 23 Audio 2007 Decca
36 Bare Wires 22 Audio 2007 Decca
37 The Diary Of A Band, Volume One 12 Audio 1968 Decca
38 Looking Back / Parchman Farm 4 Audio 1966-11-00 Decca
39 Pop Giants, Vol. 13 9 Audio Brunswick
40 Chicago Line 10 Audio 1989 Island Records
41 The Power Of The Blues 6 Audio 1987 Gala Records (4)
42 Bare Wires 13 Audio 1968 Decca
43 So Many Roads 12 Audio 1969 Decca
44 A Hard Road 14 Audio 2003 SomeWax Recordings
45 Bare Wires 15 Audio 2003 SomeWax Recordings
46 70th Birthday Concert 19 Audio 2003 Eagle Records
47 Blues Alive 12 Audio 1983 Pioneer Artists
48 Crusade 12 Audio 1977 Decca
49 Crusade 12 Audio 1967 Decca
50 Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton 16 Audio 2008 Vinyl Lovers


Group named after the successful 1966 'Blues Breakers' album by [a=John Mayall] with [a=Eric Clapton].

The Bluesbreakers' line-ups, along with the interpolating members of [a=Blues Incorporated], had a profound influence on the early British 'Electric Blues' scene, eventually spilling into the mainstream of progressive fusions and popular 'Rock'.

Earlier members joined/formed some iconic groups, or gained successful solo careers. Like [a=Eric Clapton] and [a=Jack Bruce], later members of [a=Cream (2)].

[a=Peter Green (2)], [a=John McVie] and [a=Mick Fleetwood], who formed Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - which later evolved without Green into [a=Fleetwood Mac]. [a=Mick Taylor] later member of [a=Rolling Stones, The]. [a=Colosseum], [a=Free], [a=Don "Sugarcane" Harris], [a=Harvey Mandel], [a=Larry Taylor], [a=Aynsley Dunbar], [a=Johnny Almond], [a=Jon Mark]... the list could scroll until next week


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