Spinning Coin

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Spinning Coin
Studio album by John Mayall
Released 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Blues
Length 49:04
Label Silvertone
Producer R.S. Field, Dave McNair
John Mayall chronology
The 1982 Reunion Concert
(1994)
Spinning Coin
(1995)
Blues for the Lost Days
(1997)

Spinning Coin is a studio album by the British bluesman John Mayall, with various session musicians.

Track listing

All tracks composed by John Mayall; except where indicated

  1. "When the Devil Starts Crying" (Jim Lauderdale)
  2. "Spinning Coin"
  3. "Ain't No Brakeman" (Fontaine Brown)
  4. "Double Life Feelings"
  5. "Run"
  6. "What Passes for Love" (David Grissom)
  7. "Fan the Flames" (John "Juke" Logan)
  8. "Voodoo Music" (Willie Dixon, J.B. Lenoir)
  9. "Long Story Short" (Michael Henderson, R.S. Field)
  10. "No Big Hurry"
  11. "Remember This"

Personnel

The Bluesbrakers
Additional musicians
  • Joe Sublett - horns on (1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11)
  • John "Juke" Logan - electric harmonics on 7
  • R.S. Field - guitar on 9, percussion on 3 & 9
  • Dave McNair - percussion on 3

Transcribed from an original album cover.

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