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Tracklist

Pretty Woman3:30
Stand Back Baby1:43
My Time After Awhile5:05
Snowy Wood3:52
Man Of Stone2:22
Tears In My Eyes4:14
Driving Sideways3:48
The Death Of J. B. Lenoir4:21
I Can Quit You Baby4:28
Streamline3:10
Me And My Woman3:52
Checkin' Up On My Baby3:46

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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – LK 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – LL 3529Canada1967Canada1967
    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
    LP, Album, Stereo, Terre Haute
    London Records – PS 529US1967US1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – PS 529Canada1967Canada1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SLK 16499-PGermany1967Germany1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890Netherlands1967Netherlands1967
    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – PS 529, London Records – PS-529US1967US1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKLA 4890Australia1967Australia1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – LL 3529US1967US1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-12-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – 190.009France1967France1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKLM 4890New Zealand1967New Zealand1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – PS 529US1967US1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, 8-Track CartridgeCrusade
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    London Records – LEM 72142US1967US1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – LK 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Decca – LKA-4890Australia1967Australia1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKLA 4890, Decca – SKLA-4890Australia1967Australia1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967-09-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1967UK1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SLK 16 499-PGermany1967Germany1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1967, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKLA 4890Australia1967Australia1967
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    Cover of Crusade, 1968, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – 192.005France1968France1968
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    London Records – SLC 221Japan1968Japan1968
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    Cover of Crusade, 1968, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – SLC 221Japan1968Japan1968
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    Cover of Crusade, 1969, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890, Decca – SKL. 4890UK1969UK1969
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    Cover of Crusade, 1970-12-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – 192.005, Decca – SKL 4890France1970France1970
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    Cover of Crusade, 1970, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – PS 529US1970US1970
    Cover of Crusade, 1971, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890, Decca – SKL. 4890UK1971UK1971
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    Cover of Crusade, 1972, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKL 4890UK1972UK1972
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    Cover of John Mayall's Crusade, 1973-08-00, VinylJohn Mayall's Crusade
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    World Record Club – S/5466, World Record Club – S-5466Australia1973Australia1973
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    Cover of Crusade, 1973-08-00, CassetteCrusade
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    World Cassette Club – 0472Australia1973Australia1973
    Cover of Crusade, 1974-04-00, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – 115.261France1974France1974
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    Cover of Crusade, 1974, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – B-20268Mexico1974Mexico1974
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    Cover of Crusade, 1974, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – B-20268, Peerless – B-20268Mexico1974Mexico1974
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    Cover of Crusade, 1977, VinylCrusade
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    Decca – SKLI 4890Italy1977Italy1977
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    Crusade
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    World Record Club – R-01376, World Record Club – S/5466Australia1977Australia1977
    Cover of Crusade, 1978, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – K16P-9070Japan1978Japan1978
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    Cover of Crusade, 1979, VinylCrusade
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    London Records – LAX 149Japan1979Japan1979
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    • RogerCoates's avatar
      RogerCoates
      My best recording of British blues. We’ll maybe some other with Mayall. My used pressing is just fine.
      • paal.rype's avatar
        paal.rype
        Something in this release page aint right. theres an advert for the let it bleed album on the inner. bleed was released desember 69..
        • bayouponpon's avatar
          bayouponpon
          Good production from Mike Vernon (Ten Years After), nice engineering from Gus Dudgeon, nice sound scape, good stereo.
          First apparition from Mick Taylor !
          • BluesClaus's avatar
            BluesClaus
            Edited one year ago
            An even better title for the album would have been "Funeral Procession".

            This impression is not only due to the song 'Accidental Suicide'. The first lines of its lyrics deal with Jimi Hendrix premature end:

            "Well, I want to say a thing or two regarding Jimmy Hendrix. It seems to be a case of accidental suicide.
            But out of all the sadness they stopped to hear the warning.
            He had an overdose and never knew the way he died...".

            John Mayall's voice sounds even sadder than usual. This is rather infectious when hearing the songs. It would have been better for all of us, if Jimi would have relaxed with German or Czechian beer. 😀
            • Everrsmith's avatar
              Everrsmith
              I was with the legendary blues musician Alexis Korner at his home one day in 1966. We were joined by his friend John Mayall who said, "Pete, you've got a camera, come and shoot my album sleeve". I arrived the next data John's home in London to find all the musicians painting the signs that they were to cary for their demonstration for the blues. The band trooped through Notting Hill Gate bearing their signs with John Mayall in the lead. I followed, photographing the demo and with shots of a bare chested John on a derelict site as a sort of christ figure. Later John assembled a collage of my photos for the cover of "John Mayall Crusade".
              • ShipOfGlass's avatar
                ShipOfGlass
                i have a perfect match but matrix ends with 2W instead of 1W. the 2W version on discogs does not have the stereo/mono indicator sleeve with the hole.
                • Adam_A's avatar
                  Adam_A
                  John Mayall easily channels Albert King in his guitar work and Skip James in his vocals (while having his own style, vocally speaking). This is a good cover of the blues, choosing great selections from Chicago bluesmen. But never do I feel like Mayall elevates them to new heights or interesting interpretations. It's just solid, straight-ahead covers of the city blues, which accomplished instrumental work from Mayall and the hot musicians he had working beside him at that time. Most notable is this is the first recording of guitar work from a very young Mick Taylor, who would go on to play with The Stones on "Let It Bleed" and some of their best records from the 1970s.
                  • Fabioo-961's avatar
                    Fabioo-961
                    Sono contento di aver trovato questo disco nel quale il " White bluesman" per eccellenza ossia John Mayall suona insieme
                    a personaggi di sicuro talento L'anno è il 1967.
                    • StuNami69's avatar
                      StuNami69
                      Super nice recording. Very quiet vinyl and awesome mono. Only $10.78 from Sundazed.com.
                      • opieandy's avatar
                        opieandy
                        Absolutely divine pressing, dead quiet, sonically beautiful, lovely in every way.

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