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Album: Empty Rooms
# Song Title   Time
1)    Don't Waste My Time More Info... 3:13
2)    Plan Your Revolution More Info... 2:38
3)    Don't Pick A Flower More Info... 3:55
4)    Something New More Info... 4:40
5)    People Cling Together More Info... 2:55
6)    Waiting For The Right Time More Info... 5:35
7)    Thinking Of My Woman More Info... 2:30
8)    Counting The Days More Info... 5:33
9)    When I Go More Info... 4:46
10)    Many Miles Apart More Info... 2:57
11)    To A Princess More Info... 3:33
12)    Lying In My Bed More Info... 4:24
 

Album: Empty Rooms
# Song Title   Time
1)    Don't Waste My Time More Info... 3:13
2)    Plan Your Revolution More Info... 2:38
3)    Don't Pick A Flower More Info... 3:55
4)    Something New More Info... 4:40
5)    People Cling Together More Info... 2:55
6)    Waiting For The Right Time More Info... 5:35
7)    Thinking Of My Woman More Info... 2:30
8)    Counting The Days More Info... 5:33
9)    When I Go More Info... 4:46
10)    Many Miles Apart More Info... 2:57
11)    To A Princess More Info... 3:33
12)    Lying In My Bed More Info... 4:24
 
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  • Personnel: John Mayall, Johnny Almond, Jon Mark, Steve Thompson, Larry Taylor.
  • Personnel: John Mayall (vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar, harmonica, keyboards, Moog synthesizer); Jon Mark (guitar, 12-string guitar); Mick Taylor (guitar); John Almond (flute, saxophone); Larry Taylor , Steve Thompson (bass guitar).
  • Recording information: Advision, London, England; Broadway, NY; DeLane, Lea; Larrabee, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Illustrator: John Mayall.
  • Photographers: Bob Gordon ; Barry Wentzell.
  • This was John Mayall's studio-recorded follow-up to the live The Turning Point, featuring the same drumless quartet of himself, guitarist Jon Mark, reed player Johnny Almond, and bassist Steve Thompson. Mayall was at a commercial and critical peak with this folk-jazz approach; the album's leadoff track, "Don't Waste My Time," had become his sole singles chart entry prior to the LP's release, and although his former label, London, confused matters by releasing the two-year-old Diary of a Band, Vol. 1 in the U.S. just before this new album appeared in early 1970, the new crop of fans he'd found with The Turning Point stuck with him on this gentle, reflective release. Empty Rooms hit Number 33 in the U.S.; in the U.K. it got to Number Nine. ~ William Ruhlmann
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