John Mayall The Diary of a Band 1967

The Diary of a Band is a live album by John Mayall. The Bluesbreakers included a very young Mick Taylor who went on to play with The Rolling Stones on their best albums.

The album was originally split into volumes 1 and 2 when it was issued on the original vinyl.

John Mayall The Diary of a Band

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Songs On John Mayall The Diary of a Band

1. Gimme Some Lovin’ (Spoken Introduction – The Train)
2. Crying Shame
3. Local Boy Makes Good (Speech Only – Impromptu)
4. Help Me
5. Blues In B Flat
6. Soul Of A Short Fat Man
7. Blood On The Night
8. Edmonton – Cooks Ferry Inn (Speech Only – Impromptu)
9. I Can’t Quit You Baby
10. Medley
11. My Own Fault
12. God Save The Queen


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