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Ten Years Are Gone

Ten Years Are Gone
John Mayall
Released September 1973
Genre Jazz blues
Label Polydor
Producer John Mayall
John Mayall chronology

Moving On
(1972)
Ten Years Are Gone
(1973)
The Latest Edition
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Piero Scaruffi (6/10)[2]

Ten Years Are Gone is a double album by John Mayall, recorded at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, and released in 1973. Like its predecessors Jazz Blues Fusion and Moving On, it features Freddy Robinson on guitar and Blue Mitchell on trumpet.

Track listing

Original release

All songs by John Mayall except 6. by Freddy Robinson

  1. "Ten Years Are Gone" – 4:46
  2. "Driving Till The Break Of Day" – 5:03
  3. "Drifting" - 4.34
  4. "Better Pass You By" - 5:12
  5. "California Campground" - 3:12
  6. "Undecided" - 2:51
  7. "Good Looking Stranger" - 4:23
  8. "I Still Care" - 4:17
  9. "Don't Hang Me Up" - 4:11
  10. "Introduction" - 2:05
  11. "Sitting Here Thinking" - 7:58
  12. "Harmonica Free Form" - 11:36
  13. "Burning Sun" - 5:10
  14. "Dark Of The Night" - 17:41

Personnel

References

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