Offered for sale is a U.S. pressing of the live album The Turning Point by John Mayall.
About this copy: This copy of The Turning Point is a 1972 U.S. pressing on the Polydor label of an album that was first released in 1969.
The cover is VG+ with light general wear. The disc is M- and appears to have had little or no play.
This disc was mastered at Sterling Sound by renowned mastering engineer Robert Ludwig, whose RL initials are etched in the dead wax.
A nice copy of a classic blues LP.
Background: Released in 1969, The Turning Point was the fourth live album by John Mayall.
The album reached #11 on the UK album charts and #32 on the U.S. charts.
This prophetically titled project represents yet another crossroad in John Mayall’s ever evolving cast of prime British bluesmen. This album also signifies a distinct departure from the decibel-drowning electrified offerings of his previous efforts, providing instead an exceedingly more folk- and roots-based confab. ….. The taut interaction and wafting solos punctuating “So Hard to Share” exemplify the controlled intensity of Mayall’s prior electrified outings. Likewise, Mark’s intricate acoustics pierce through the growl of Mayall’s haunting slide guitar solos on “Saw Mill Gulch Road.” The Turning Point also examines a shift in Mayall’s writing. The politically charged “Laws Must Change,” the personal “I’m Gonna Fight for You J.B.” and the incomparable “Room to Move” are tinged with Mayall’s trademark sense of irony and aural imagery.
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