BUYING JOHN MAYALL STUFF
If we don't have it on our Merchandise Page, maybe these places will. There are also used items available at many of the stores listed to the right, as well as listening opportunities, reviews and customer ratings.
Barnes & Noble
FINDING OLD VINYL, OUT-OF-PRINT AND
We get many letters asking for where to buy old vinyl and out of print.
If your local used record store is sorely insufficient, we feel
the best bet is to do a search and keep tabs on the John Mayall
section at www.ebay.com.
You can sign up for "save this search" and be
emailed when new items come up for sale. We are not responsible
for anything that is for sale there, however, so shop carefully.
There are thousands of bootleg cd's, videos and collectibles in this world.
Check out the seller and ask specific questions. When in
doubt, feel free to ask us if something is for real or not! There were hundreds
of John Mayall items available here the last time we checked. Don't get burned, though!
New Cushion By Red! John Mayall’s daughter has a really cool handmade cushions store. Check out her recent creation: The Famous Beano Album that was recorded in 1966 John Mayall & the Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton on Decca records. It is a Classic Cushion that measures approx 16” x 16” inches backed in brown soft faux suede, with zip. The cushion costs £25.00 ($30.00 USD) and it includes Cushion Pad and Free Postage within the UK: www.byred.co.uk
John Mayall's eldest son, Gaz, Blues-Rockin' London DJ and leader
of the Ska band "The Trojans": www.gazrockin.com
John Mayall's nephew, Lee Mayall, the talented Sax man from Germany:
BLASTS FROM THE PAST:
An interview with one of Mayall's first guitar players, Roger Dean: Roger Dean Interview
THE NOT TOO DISTANT PAST:
The Delgado Brothers, writers of two songs on 2001's "Along
For The Ride" album: www.mocomborecords.com/delgado.html
He appeared on numerous Mayall recordings, including "A Hard Road" and "Looking
Back". Aynsley Dunbar currently tours with Eric Burdon
and The New Animals. This former Blues Breaker has his
own website at: www.aynsleydunbar.com
A fellow Brit-turned-US resident, the legendary Spencer Davis, is a great friend of Mayall.
They are practically neighbors in Southern California!
To check out
Spencer's site go to Spencer-Davis-Group.Com Remember "Gimme Some Lovin"?