Mayall

Mayall may refer to:

People with the surname Mayall:

  • James Mayall, a British cricketer.
  • John Mayall, a British blues singer.
  • John Jabez Edwin Mayall, a British photographer.
  • Margaret Mayall, an American astronomer.
  • Nicholas U. Mayall, a 20th century astronomer.
  • Rik Mayall, a British comedian and actor.
  • Samuel Mayall, a Thirty-third Congress Representative from Maine.
Astronomical objects and related
  • Mayall II, Mayall III, Mayall IV, Mayall V, and Mayall VI globular clusters in the Andromeda Galaxy
  • Mayall's Object, or Arp 148, a peculiar galaxy, or pair of colliding galaxies
  • 2131 Mayall, a minor planet
  • Nicholas U. Mayall Telescope, telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory

Other articles related to "mayall":

Roger Dean (guitar Player)
... The notable exception occurred when he joined briefly John Mayall's band ... Dean's guitar is heard on Mayall's first album and single ... Leaving Mayall, he went to work with his former band the Nu Notes ...
Live From Austin, TX (John Mayall Album) - Track Listing
... Up Call" (Egan, Lewis) 504 "I'm a Sucker for Love" (Mayall) 713 "Nature's Disappearing" (Mayall) 538 "I Could Cry" (Blakemore) 713 "The Bear" (Mayall) 739 "Mail Order Mystics (Smither) 825 John Mayall the ...
Back To The Roots (album)
... Back to the Roots is a 1971 double album by John Mayall released on Polydor ... sessions took place both in California and London where Mayall invited some former members of his band, notably guitarists Eric Clapton and Mick Taylor ... At the end of the 1980s Mayall remixed some tracks and issued them along with some of the older material as Archive to the Eighties ...
Mayall's Object - See Also
... Ring galaxy Interacting galaxy Irregular galaxy Peculiar galaxy Mayall II, Mayall III, Mayall IV, Mayall V, Mayall VI ...
Live From Austin, TX (John Mayall Album)
... from Austin, Tx is a live recording by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers ... Only John Mayall is credited on cover but he can be heard to announce 'The Bluesbreakers' Joe Yuele on drums, Rick Cortes on bass and Coco Montoya on lead guitar ... The concert marks for John Mayall's band a return to the standard quartet format, after some ten years with twin lead guitars ...