Full Album (исполнитель: John Mayall 2015 Find A Way To Care)

John Mayall – Find Way To Care
Label: Forty Below Records – FBR 011
Format: CD, Album 
Country: US
Released: 2015
Genre: Blues
Style: Chicago Blues, Modern Electric Blues
1 Mother In Law Blues 
2 The River's Invitation 
3 Ain't No Guarantees 
4 I Feel So Bad 
5 Find Way To Care 
6 Long Distance Call 
7 I Want All My Money Back 
8 Ropes And Chains 
9 Long Summer Days 
10 Drifting Blues 
Bonus Tracks
11 War We Wage 
12 Crazy Lady
John adds harmonica on two songs as well as a classic guitar track reminiscent of Hubert Sumlin or Muddy Waters on the latter's legendary "Long Distance Call". He is joined by his killer touring band, Rocky Athas (guitar), Greg Rzab (bass) and Jay Davenport [bad word] 
John Mayall, the pioneering octogenarian British bluesman, has been on a late-career tear. Last year's Special Life received wide approval from fans and critics alike, while its supporting tour found him playing well-attended shows. Find a Way to Care, his second date for Forty Below Records, is again produced by Eric Corne and features the same band that's been with Mayall for years: guitarist Rocky Athas, bassist Greg Rzab, and [bad word] Jay Davenport. horn section also augments select tracks. The material, as usual, is divided between originals and covers. This is a Mayall album that — uncharacteristically — focuses on his keyboard skills: he manhandles B-3, Wurlitzer, piano, and clavinet (and also plays harmonica and some guitar). His hard-grooving Hammond on Percy Mayfield's "The River's Invitation" seamlessly weaves roadhouse blues and vintage R&B. Mayall's grimy Wurlitzer fuels a thorough reinvention of Lightnin' Hopkins' "I Feel So Bad," with meaty fills interacting with the horns. His 12-bar piano progressions and chord voicings on Don Robey's "Mother-in-Law Blues" are fat and greasy. Athas gets plenty of playing time too. His stinging leads pierce through swaggering horns and Wurlitzer on the title number. The B-3 and clavinet on "Ain't No Guarantees" are meaty and tight, underscored by breaks from Davenport and a deeply funky bassline from Rzab. Lee Baker, Jr.'s "I Want All My Money Back" finds the band in a house-rocking groove. "Ropes and Chains," co-written with Rzab, places the clavinet and bass (the latter played like a lead guitar) way up-front in the mix. Chicago blues frames the tune, but skittering cadences and deep down-home funk add a new textural palette. "Crazy Lady" is a solo piece for vocals and piano that displays Mayall's ample knowledge of the New Orleans piano tradition, nodding to both Professor Longhair and Fats Domino. Mayall also gives props to British blues guitarist Matt Schofield and co-writer Dorothy Whittick in a moody, steamy reading of "War We Wage," with a great solo by Athas. Mayall's voice is beginning to show its age (on the slow tunes in particular), but he can still sing and shout clearly. Find a Way to Care doesn't break new ground, but it is exploratory. Mayall is still actively seeking the depths of the music he's been playing for nearly 70 years. His vast experience as a bandleader has made him hungrier; he still pursues the music with the fervor of a man less than half his age. If you're a fan, you need to grab this one.
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