Wake Up Call (John Mayall album)
|Wake Up Call|
|Studio album by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers|
|Genre||Rock, blues rock, blues|
|Producer||R.S. Field, Dave McNair|
|John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers chronology|
Wake Up Call is an album by British bluesman John Mayall (also called as an John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers album) with various special guest appearances by Buddy Guy, Mick Taylor, Mavis Staples and a few other musicians, released on April 6, 1993.
- All songs written by John Mayall, except where noted.
- "Mail Order Mystics" (Chris Smither) - 4:40
- "Maydell" (Johnny Neel, Warren Haynes) - 3:56
- "I Could Cry" (Junior Wells) - 5:09
- "Wake Up Call" (David Egan, David Love Lewis) - 4:12
- "Loaded Dice" (Gary Nicholson, Wally Wilson) - 4:27
- "Undercover Agent for the Blues" (Leanne & Tony Joe White) - 5:21
- "Light the Fuse" - 4:14
- "Anything I Can Say" (Brendan Croker) - 3:43
- "Nature's Disappearing" - 4:52
- "I'm a Sucker for Love" - 4:05
- "Not at Home" - 4:07
- "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby" (Jimmy Reed) - 4:12
- The Bluesbreakers
- John Mayall - Lead Vocals, Piano, Harp, Guitar, Flute, Hammond Organ.
- Coco Montoya - Lead and Rhythm Guitar.
- Rick Cortes - Bass Guitar.
- Joe Yuele - Drums.
- Additional musicians
- Buddy Guy - Vocal and Lead Guitar (I Could Cry).
- Mick Taylor - Lead Guitar (Wake Up Call, Not at Home)
- Albert Collins - Lead Guitar (Light the Fuse, I'm a Sucker for Love)
- David Grissom - Rhythm and Lead Guitar
- Michael Bruno - Percussion.
- Joe Sublett - Saxophone.
- Darrell Leonard - Trumpet.
- Maggie Mayall - Backing Vocals.
- Tom Canning - Hammond Organ.
- Neal Avron - Assistant Engineer
- R.S. Field - Producer.
- John Gabrysiak - Executive Producer.
- Efren Herrera - Assistant Engineer.
- Ron Kaplan - Executive Producer.
- Stephen Marcussen - Mastering.
- Richard McLaurin - Photography.
- Dave McNair - Engineer and Producer.