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  1. › wiki › Coco_MontoyaCoco Montoya - Wikipedia

    In the early 1980s John Mayall heard Montoya playing guitar in a Los Angeles bar. Soon after Mayall asked Montoya to join the newly reformed Bluesbreakers. ... 1995 Gotta Mind To Travel; 1996 Ya Think I'd Know Better; 1997 Just Let Go; 2000 Suspicion; 2002 Can't Look Back;

  2. 22 de jun. de 2021 · Tracks0:00 Too Much Water4:00 Gotta Mind To Travel7:51 Talkin' Woman Blues11:46 Someday After Awhile16:47 Top Of The Hill21:17 Same Dog25:57 Love Jail29:40 Y...

  3. Gotta Mind to Travel. Coco Montoya. Released 1995. Gotta Mind to Travel Tracklist. 1. Too Much Water Lyrics. 4. Someday After Awhile Lyrics. 5. Top of the Hill (Ft. John...

  4. 1 de jul. de 2010 · Years of apprenticeship with Albert Collins and John Mayall paid off handsomely for Montoya on this debut effort. Even with help from some famous friends (Debbie Davies, Al Kooper, Richie Hayward [Little Feat], and both former employers), Montoya asserts himself as the focal point.

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  6. › wiki › John_MayallJohn Mayall - Wikipedia

    John Mayall OBE (born 29 November 1933) is an English blues and rock musician, songwriter and producer. In the 1960s, he formed John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, a band that has counted among its members some of the most famous blues and blues rock musicians.. A singer, guitarist, harmonica player, and keyboardist, he has a career that spans nearly seven decades.

  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1995 CD release of "Gotta Mind To Travel" on Discogs.