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John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers: Quiz


Question 1: Harvey Mandel, Walter Trout, Larry Taylor (later in ________),
Canned HeatBluesAlan Wilson (musician)Jimi Hendrix

Question 2: ________ (August 1967–July 1969) who later joined The Rolling Stones, and reunion tours in 1982–83 and 2004,
Keith RichardsRonnie WoodMick TaylorBrian Jones

Question 3: The group lost their record contract with Decca that year, which also saw the release of a single called "I'm Your Witchdoctor" (produced by ________), followed by a return to Decca in 1966.
Led ZeppelinJimmy PagePeter Grant (music manager)Dazed and Confused (song)

Question 4: The album Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton (also known as ________ Album because Clapton is shown on the cover photo reading a copy of the comic) was released later that year; it reached the Top Ten in the UK.
Fred's BedThe BeanoDennis the Menace (UK)BeanoMAX

Question 5: John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers are a pioneering English blues band, led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist ________, OBE.
John Mayall & the BluesbreakersJohn MayallBritish bluesElectric blues

Question 6: Former band member, Johnny Almond died on 18 November 2009 from ________, aged 63.

Question 7: ________ (April–August 1965, November 1965–July 1966) and Jack Bruce, who both left to form Cream,
George HarrisonThe Dirty MacEric ClaptonRingo Starr

Question 8: 2003: 70th Birthday Concert CD & DVD (with ________)
Eric ClaptonGeorge HarrisonThe Dirty MacRingo Starr

Question 9: Peter Green, who had replaced Clapton, played until August 1967, when he departed with Mick Fleetwood and then also enticed Bluesbreaker John McVie a few weeks later to form ________,
Lindsey BuckinghamStevie NicksFleetwood MacChristine McVie

Question 10: Clapton brought the blues influences to the forefront of the group, as he had left ________ in order to play the blues.
The YardbirdsUltimate!Jimmy PageJeff Beck


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