John Mayall – Find A Way To Care

Released on September 4, 2015, “Find a way to care” is the new album by John Mayall.


John Mayall – Find A Way To Care

Track Listing : 1.Mother-In-Law Blues (Don Robey) – 03:12 . 2.The River’S Invitation (Percy Mayfield) – 03:47 . 3.Ain’T No Guarantees (John Mayall) – 03:23 . 4.I Feel So Bad (Sam Hopkins) – 04:19 . 5.Find A Way To Care (John Mayall) – 03:42 . 6.Long Distance Call (Mckinley Morganfield) – 04:30 . 7.I Want All My Money Back (Lee Baker Jr.) – 03:20 . 8.Ropes And Chains (John Mayall,Greg Rzab) – 04:17 . 9.Long Summer Days (John Mayall) – 03:52 . 10.Drifting Blues (Charles Mose Brown) – 04:21 . 11.War We Wage (Matt Schofield,Dorothy Whittick) – 04:14 . 12.Crazy Lady (John Mayall) – 03:33

Musicians : John Mayall – Clavinet, Composer, Design, Guitar, Harmonica, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Producer, Vocals, Wurlitzer . Rocky Athas – Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm) . Jay Davenport – Drums . Ron Dziubla – Horn, Saxophone . Richard A. Rosenberg – Horn, Trombone . Greg Rzab – Guitar (Bass)

Production : Produced By Eric Corne, John Mayall Mark Chalecki – Mastering . Eric Corne – Engineer, Mastering, Mixing . Sadaharu Yagi – Engineer

Package : Cristina Arrigoni – Back Cover Photo . Triffin Constantine – Photography . John Mayall – Artwork

Recorded 2014-2015.

Released On September 4, 2015 By Forty Below Records.

John Mayall - Find A Way To Care


The level of inspiration within Find A Way to Care begs the question of whether John Mayall will, as he has done so often in the past, might disband this particular lineup of musicians–together for seven years at this point– simply as a means of continuing to nurture his creativity (as he did with the drummer-less phase of his career beginning with The Turning Point). […]

We also wanted to change things up a bit after the success of “A Special Life” and the addition of a horn section on several tracks was a really fun way to do that. As good as the last record was, I think this one is even better”. […]

Added to the mix are original songs that always feature Mayall’s take on the current human condition, as well as universal truths. “As always, I draw from my own experiences and thoughts about things in my life so that from album to album I create on ongoing musical diary of my life,” he explains. “The blues never lets me down!” […]




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