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Direct from French TV archives this is the first official CD/DVD release to document the giant of British blues on stage and in the television studio. · Charting his musical journey 1967-73, John Mayall performs in both studio and documentary settings as seen through the lens of French television. Rarely seen archive footage presented in top quality - includes his 1973 appearance at the prestigious Newport Jazz Festival. Features performances by such notables as Keef Hartley, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Mick Taylor plus three tracks by Duster Bennett. In the 1960s, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers took the London music scene by storm. Europe and America soon followed, mesmerised by his own brand of British blues. In these early years, his line-ups included the likes of guitarists Mick Taylor and Freddie Robinson, saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith, drummers Keef Hartley and Colin Allen, and violinist Don Sugarcane Harris. Across the channel, music TV in France was broadcasting intelligent, high quality shows and mini documentaries, inviting British and American musicians to perform. John Mayall was a regular guest, and this collection follows his musical journey between 1967 and 1971, including performances in London and the Newport Jazz Festival, captured by the French TV archives, beautifully filmed and produced, and newly remastered. DVD NTSC 0.
Direct from French TV archives this is the first official CD/DVD release to document the giant of British blues on stage and in the television studio. · Charting his musical journey 1967-73, John Mayall performs in both studio and documentary settings as seen through the lens of French television. Rarely seen archive footage presented in top quality - includes his 1973 appearance at the prestigious Newport Jazz Festival. Features performances by such notables as Keef Hartley, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Mick Taylor plus three tracks by Duster Bennett. In the 1960s, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers took the London music scene by storm. Europe and America soon followed, mesmerised by his own brand of British blues. In these early years, his line-ups included the likes of guitarists Mick Taylor and Freddie Robinson, saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith, drummers Keef Hartley and Colin Allen, and violinist Don Sugarcane Harris. Across the channel, music TV in France was broadcasting intelligent, high quality shows and mini documentaries, inviting British and American musicians to perform. John Mayall was a regular guest, and this collection follows his musical journey between 1967 and 1971, including performances in London and the Newport Jazz Festival, captured by the French TV archives, beautifully filmed and produced, and newly remastered. DVD NTSC 0.
4009910145920

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Format: CD
Label: REPERTOIRE
Rel. Date: 04/28/2023
UPC: 4009910145920

Live In France (W/Dvd) (Ntr0) (Uk)
Artist: John Mayall
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Help Me
2. Long Gone Midnight
3. Walking on Sunset
4. Unknown Track
5. Travellin' Man
6. Duster Bennett - Bring It on Home to You
7. Duster Bennett - My Babe
8. Duster Bennett - Let Your Light Shine on Me (Featuring John Mayall ; Band)
9. Sweet Little Angel
10. Travellin' Man
11. California
12. Tell Me Baby (Unsure of Title)
13. Devil's Tricks
14. Nature's Disappearing
15. Please Don't Let Me Down (Ina's Title But No Record of the Song)
16. Double Street (Ina's Title But No Record of the Song) (Instrumental)
17. Papa Ain't Salty
18. Harmonica Free Form or Blue Fox or Full Speed Ahead?
19. Untitled
20. Unknown Title
21. Help Me
22. Long Gone Midnight
23. Walking on Sunset
24. 044 Unknown Track
25. Travellin' Man
26. Introduction
27. Duster Bennett - Bring It on Home to You
28. Duster Bennett - My Babe
29. Duster Bennett - Let Your Light Shine on Me (Featuring John Mayall ; Band)
30. Sweet Little Angel
31. Travellin' Man
32. California
33. Tell Me Baby (Unsure of Title)
34. Devil's Tricks
35. Nature's Disappearing
36. Please Don't Let Me Down (Ina's Title But No Record of the Song)
37. Double Street (Ina's Title But No Record of the Song) (Instrumental)
38. Interview
39. Papa Ain't Salty
40. Harmonica Free Form or Blue Fox or Full Speed Ahead?
41. Untitled
42. Unknown Title

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Direct from French TV archives this is the first official CD/DVD release to document the giant of British blues on stage and in the television studio. · Charting his musical journey 1967-73, John Mayall performs in both studio and documentary settings as seen through the lens of French television. Rarely seen archive footage presented in top quality - includes his 1973 appearance at the prestigious Newport Jazz Festival. Features performances by such notables as Keef Hartley, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Mick Taylor plus three tracks by Duster Bennett. In the 1960s, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers took the London music scene by storm. Europe and America soon followed, mesmerised by his own brand of British blues. In these early years, his line-ups included the likes of guitarists Mick Taylor and Freddie Robinson, saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith, drummers Keef Hartley and Colin Allen, and violinist Don Sugarcane Harris. Across the channel, music TV in France was broadcasting intelligent, high quality shows and mini documentaries, inviting British and American musicians to perform. John Mayall was a regular guest, and this collection follows his musical journey between 1967 and 1971, including performances in London and the Newport Jazz Festival, captured by the French TV archives, beautifully filmed and produced, and newly remastered. DVD NTSC 0.
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