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Essentially John Mayall

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John Mayall

Label: Eagle Records
Released: 2007
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Personnel

John Mayall
John Mayall

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

John Mayall: vocal, electric piano, slide guitar, organ, harmonica, 12-string guitar; Ernie Watts, Dave Lewis, Red Holloway: tenor saxophone; Buddy Whittington: guitar, rhythm and slide guitars; Joe Yuele, Colin Allen, Mick Fleetwood, Hughie Flint: drums; John Paulus, David Smith, John McVie, Bob Delgado, Greg Rzab, Hank Van Sickle: bass guitar; Tommy Eyre, Tom Canning, Reese Wynans: organ; John Lee Hooker, Eric Clapton, Steve Miller, Joe Delgado, Coco Montoya, Walter Trout: guitar; Steve Leshner: percussion; Darrell Leonard, Henry Lowther: trumpet; Joe Sublett: saxophones; Mike Martsolf: banjo; Jeff Healey, Shannon Curfman: vocals and lead guitar; Steve Cropper, Andy Fairweather-Low: rhythm guitar; Lenny Castro: percussion; Billy Preston: vocal, clavinet, Wurlitzer piano, melodica; Billy Gibbons, Jonny Lang, Gary Moore, Mick Taylor: lead guitar; David Z: rhythm guitar, wah-wah rhythm guitar; Peter Green: acoustic slide guitar; Crystal Taliefero, Wendy Moten, Chris Rea, Otis Rush: vocals; Dick Heckstall-Smith: alto saxophone; Davy Graham: acoustic guitar; Maggie Mayall: backup vocal; Chris Barber: trombone; Steve Thompson, Bobby Haynes, Rick Cortes, Freebo: bass.


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