LONDON, May 7 (Reuters) – Blues songs are traditionally
about women who have done you wrong, working on a chain gang, or
being brought low by booze – but what about Christians and
Muslims killing each other?
John Mayall, often dubbed the “godfather” of British
electric blues, touches on just this in “World Gone Crazy”, a
track on a retrospective album of newly recorded songs he is
putting out this month to celebrate turning 80 last year.