The Turning Point

Universal Music International Ltda.
Data de lançamento
24 Abr 2001
Número de faixas
10 faixas
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    Faixa     Duração Ouvintes
1 The Laws Must Change 8:42 21.782
2 Saw Mill Gulch Road 4:39 21.388
3 I'm Gonna Fight For You J.B. 5:27 9.025
4 So Hard To Share 7:04 18.478
5 California 9:30 23.870
6 Thoughts About Roxanne 8:20 11.915
7 Room To Move 5:03 38.343
8 Sleeping By Her Side 8:22 820
9 Don't Waste My Time 4:54 6.669
10 Can't Sleep this Night 7:17 1.921

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  • PHMannes

    I had purchased the album (having been a Heartbreakers fan and idolized John and Laurel Canyon, having lived in Topanga Canyon). I had just started USC in 1970, in LA, when to my surprise one lunchtime in the middle of campus, there he was with Almond, Mark, & Thompson doing the material from Turning Point. I sat on the grass, mezmerized, enthralled. I turned 60 yesterday but it is all as though it was yesterday... I still listen (hence being here) to what Mayall does.. I went on to listen as the Mark-Almond band created The City.. Amazing... Thanks all for being here too...

    7 Abr 2012 Responder
  • janw-fm

    great album

    28 Dez 2011 Responder
  • F0xyLady

    Best blues album ever!!!

    1 Set 2011 Responder
  • jayakiran

    What is this magic? I don't quite get it, but it's awesome.

    29 Jul 2011 Responder
  • Achred

    The lack of drums gives the whole thing a more bluesy feeling, but it doesn't work very well in Room to move, where they are supposed to have that percussion solo.

    21 Mar 2010 Responder
  • TSMS

    outstanding album

    24 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Bluesluvr

    Absolutely one of the finest albums/discs in my collection...

    13 Set 2009 Responder
  • richardrw

    I have John Mayall's 'Turning Point' which dates from the same period as the Blues Jazz Fusion album, and which marked the start his experimental period - i.e. drummerless, and replacing Mick Taylor with a saxaphonist. I'm quite fond of the album, but prefer the likes of 'The Blues Alone' and 'Blues From Laurel Canyon', which have both great songs and great playing. Here - with Turning Point - the songs are sometimes a poor excuse to unleash the instruments in free flow. Great playing, but it needs to be because more often than not there's not much else! However I will say that So Hard To Share from 'Turning Point' is a great track.

    6 Fev 2009 Responder
  • R-n-B

    my words...

    27 Jan 2009 Responder
  • tygryzz

    What any show would be without little "Room to Move"?! (as JM said on one of his concerts) ;)

    11 Jan 2009 Responder

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