℗ 2017 John Mayall
 

Talk About That

John Mayall

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1
Talk About That
John Mayall
4:25
2
It's Hard Going Up
John Mayall
4:14
3
The Devil Must Be Laughing
John Mayall
6:57
4
Gimme Some of That Gumbo
John Mayall
3:56
5
Goin' Away Baby
John Mayall
3:50
6
Cards on the Table
John Mayall
4:16
7
I Didn't Mean to Hurt You
John Mayall
4:25
8
Don't Deny Me
John Mayall
4:29
9
Blue Midnight
John Mayall
4:02
10
Across the County Line
John Mayall
3:18
11
You Never Know
John Mayall
3:31
Total Playing Time    47:23
For over 50 years, John Mayall has served as a pioneer of the blues, deservedly earning an induction into the Blues Hall of Fame and the title "the Godfather of British blues." This 2017 release features eight Mayall originals and covers of blues classics, performed by Mayall and his band of veterans with special guest guitarist Joe Walsh on two songs.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – John Mayall Studio Masters

Produced by John Mayall and Eric Corne
Engineered and mixed by Eric Corne at House of Blues Studios and Forty Below Studios
Mastered by March Chalecki and Eric Corne at Little Red Book Mastering

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