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I Cant Quit You Baby - John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Crusade

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  1. Mezikinos says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Crusade on Discogs/5(33).
  2. Daisar says:
    I Can’t Quit You Baby: B4: Streamline: B5: Me And My Woman: B6: Checking Up On My Baby: Notes japanese 1st press with Price ¥ on OBI and back cover Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): SDL BT - 1 Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): SDL BT - 2 John Mayall's Bluesbreakers* Crusade.
  3. Malashicage says:
    Oct 27,  · Mick Taylor, then an year-old fret-board phenom, is welcomed into the Bluesbreakers fold on this LP. The future Rolling Stone joins John McVie, Keef Hartley and the boys on a stellar set of Mayall originals and classics by the likes of Sonny Boy Williamson and Willie Dixon: Oh, Pretty Woman; Snowy Wood; Checking on My Baby; I Can't Quit You Baby; Tears in My Eyes, and more!/5(9).
  4. Zunris says:
    Song information for I Can't Quit You Baby - John Mayall, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers on AllMusic.
  5. Tunos says:
    JOHN MAYALL Crusade (Japanese issue of the track vinyl LP, early album from Mayall and his Bluesbreakers including Mick Taylor on lead guitar and early bass duties for Fleetwood Mac's John McVie, featuring a version of Willie Dixon's coveted classic I Can't Quit You Baby.5/5(2).
  6. Mudal says:
    The final album of an (unintentional) trilogy, Crusade is most notable for the appearance of a very young, pre-Rolling Stones Mick Taylor on lead guitar. Taylor's performance is indeed the highlight, just as Eric Clapton and Peter Green's playing was on the previous album. The centerpiece of the album is a beautiful instrumental by Taylor titled "Snowy Wood," which, while wholly original 9/
  7. Kazrazuru says:
    Sep 21,  · Crusade, the late album by John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers, begins with "Oh, Pretty Woman", which is not the more famous Roy Orbison song but a blues song postpunk.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo people in my generation know it as a Gary Moore version (). Anyway, the song is quite good. "Stand Back Baby" is nice as well, and after "My Time After Awhile" we get "Snowy Wood" which is yet another /5(20).

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