|A1||Brand New Start||3:22|
|A2||Please Don't Tell||2:30|
|A3||Down The Line||3:43|
|A4||Sonny Boy Blow||3:49|
|A6||No More Tears||3:11|
|B1||Catch That Train||2:17|
|B6||Don't Kick Me||3:11|
|SCL 1243, SCL.1243||John Mayall||The Blues Alone (LP)||Ace Of Clubs, Ace Of Clubs||SCL 1243, SCL.1243||UK||1967|
|190.015||John Mayall||The Blues Alone - Blues Power - Vol. : 2 (LP, Album, RE)||Decca||190.015||France||1970|
|PS 534||John Mayall||The Blues Alone (LP, Album)||London Records||PS 534||US||1967|
|SCLM 1243||John Mayall||The Blues Alone (LP)||Ace Of Clubs||SCLM 1243||New Zealand||1967|
|6.30122-05||John Mayall||The Blues Alone (LP, RE)||Decca||6.30122-05||Germany||1981|
The Blues Alone is a 1967 electric blues album recorded by John Mayall on which he recorded all the parts himself, with the exception of percussion which was provided by longtime collaborator Keef Hartley. The cover art and the original LP sleeve design are by John Mayall. Sleeve notes, including track notes, were written by noted DJ John Peel. The following quote is of interest regarding the album concept.
John Mayall - The Blues Alone (1967). Songs in album John Mayall - The Blues Alone (1967).
Like Raw Blues, it was released initially on Decca's discount Ace of Clubs label to distinguish it from a regular Mayall album, although the distinction has been lost over time. It was actually recorded prior to Crusade on May 1, 1967. Mayall played and overdubbed all instruments except drums, which were handled by Bluesbreaker Keef Hartley, which was one way of dealing with his ongoing personnel difficulties (by this time, his bassist, John McVie, had left to join Fleetwood Mac)
The Blues Alone - Студийный альбом от John Mayall. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 40:34. He's A Traveling Man (Live At The Roxy, Los Angeles/1976). John Mayall ´75 - "Hale to the man who lives Alone". Don’t Kick Me. 03:10.
Band Name John Mayall. Album Name The Blues Alone. Labels MSI (Music Scene Incorporated). Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album7. 2. Please Don't Tell.
Mayall played and overdubbed all instruments except drums, which were handled by Bluesbreaker Keef Hartley. But it didn't quite prove that, since Mayall, while certainly competent on harmonica, keyboards, and guitars, doesn't display the flair of an Eric Clapton or Peter Green, and the overdubbing, as is so often the case, robs the recording of any real sense of interplay.
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