Limited 180gm transparent blue audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Spinning Coin is a worthy successor to the Bluesbreakers' previous album Wake Up Call. The newly recruited guitarist Buddy Whittington is brilliant. His fluid, virtuoso playing adds an exciting dimension to already strong material. Somehow John Mayall, often dubbed the 'grandfather of British blues', still had the fire in his belly to record a strong album almost 40 years after he began his storied career. The album is peppered with some great work, certainly on a par with Wake Up Call. 'Ain't No Brakeman', 'Long Story Short', 'Voodoo Music', 'Fan The Flames' and of course the longest and last track of the album 'Remember This' are all very much worth a listen.
Limited 180gm transparent blue audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Spinning Coin is a worthy successor to the Bluesbreakers' previous album Wake Up Call. The newly recruited guitarist Buddy Whittington is brilliant. His fluid, virtuoso playing adds an exciting dimension to already strong material. Somehow John Mayall, often dubbed the 'grandfather of British blues', still had the fire in his belly to record a strong album almost 40 years after he began his storied career. The album is peppered with some great work, certainly on a par with Wake Up Call. 'Ain't No Brakeman', 'Long Story Short', 'Voodoo Music', 'Fan The Flames' and of course the longest and last track of the album 'Remember This' are all very much worth a listen.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOVL
Rel. Date: 04/02/2021
UPC: 8719262017696

Spinning Coin [Limited 180-Gram Transparent Blue Colored Vinyl]
Artist: John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers
Format: Vinyl
New: In Print Available to Order $34.99
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Limited 180gm transparent blue audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Spinning Coin is a worthy successor to the Bluesbreakers' previous album Wake Up Call. The newly recruited guitarist Buddy Whittington is brilliant. His fluid, virtuoso playing adds an exciting dimension to already strong material. Somehow John Mayall, often dubbed the 'grandfather of British blues', still had the fire in his belly to record a strong album almost 40 years after he began his storied career. The album is peppered with some great work, certainly on a par with Wake Up Call. 'Ain't No Brakeman', 'Long Story Short', 'Voodoo Music', 'Fan The Flames' and of course the longest and last track of the album 'Remember This' are all very much worth a listen.