Jammin' With The Blues Greats
"Jammin' With The Blues Greats" documents a night when the legends played; when English Blues met Chicago and Memphis Blues, and something magical happened. One hot night in June, 1982 at New Jersey's Capitol Theater, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, featuring Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones) on guitar, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac) on bass and Colin Allen (of Rod Stewart's band) on drums, paid homage to and were joined by five blues immortals: Albert King, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, and 83-year-old Sippie Wallace. Each of the blues greats was backed by the Bluesbreakers, resulting in some amazing musical moments. Awesome is the only word to describe the guitar jams among Albert King, Buddy Guy and Mick Taylor. Now audiences can enjoy every moment of greatness from that special night with the Bluesbreakers were joined by the blues makers. The night the legends came out to play.
Special DVD features include: PCM Stereo.
The DVD includes the songs "An Eye For An Eye" (John Mayall's Original Bluesbreakers), "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" (Etta James), "Messin; With The Kid" (Buddy Guy and Junior Wells), :Don't Start Me Talkin'" (Buddy Guy and Junior Wells), "My Time After Awhile (John Mayall's Original Bluesbreakers), "Shorty George" (Sippie Wallace), "The Dark Side Of Midnight" (John Mayall's Original Bluesbreakers), "Why Are You So Mean To Me?" (Albert King), "Born Under A Bad SIgn (Albert King), "Call It Stormy Monday" (Albert King), "C.C. Rider Jam" (Everyone) and "Room To Move" (John Mayall's Original Bluesbreakers).