Blues Breakers

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£ 17.99

As an evangelist for the Blue, Eric Clapton left The Yardbirds in 1965 feeling they had sold out to pop music, promptly joining the Bluebreakers - a band who he felt had a much more honest, authentic and reverential approach to the Blues. Released in 1966, this famous 'comic book' album really was a training camp for future rock stars, as the line-up also included John McVie who went on to find global success in Fleetwood Mac and Hughie Flint who went on to join McGuiness Flint. Highlights include 'All Your Love,' 'Parchmant Farm,' and many more.

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