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Page Artiste Mike Bloomfield

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  • CD (30 janvier 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Evangeline
  • ASIN : B000DNVL02
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. If You See My Baby
  2. For Anyone You Meet
  3. Good Old Guy
  4. Far Too Many Nights
  5. It's Not Killing Me
  6. Next Time You See Me
  7. Michael's Lament
  8. Why Must My Baby
  9. The Ones I Loved Are Gone
  10. Don't Think About It Baby
  11. Goofers

Descriptions du produit

(1969 'CBS Records') (38:07/11) Sein erstes, irgendwie unfertig wirkendes Soloalbum. Ein chaotischer Stilmix und viel zu wenig Gitarre. Nur für Fans / His first, somewhat half-finished sounding solo album. Comes with a weird mix of styles. Only a few tracks are featuring his guitar capabilities. For fans, only. MIKE BLOOMFIELD - gtr/pno/voc, NICK GRAVENITES - voca, MARK NAFTALIN - org/pno, JOHN KAHN - bass, BOB JONES - drums.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1106378) étoiles sur 5 7 commentaires
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HASH(0xa1340f0c) étoiles sur 5 Thank you blues gods, for making this available now 1 février 2007
Par John F. Browning - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Say what you will! This one gets knocked regularly because Mike wasn't the equivalent of Howlin' Wolf on the vocals - he sounded like Mike, a really beat voice: a bit blase, bemused and confidential, like an old buddy singing to you over the grammophone. Probably not for everyone, but the vocal equivalency of the strange R Crumb cartoon guys - if Flakey Floont sang, he might have sounded like this.

Which is not to knock this at all, no - this is definitely one of my all time favorites from back in the daze when I had it on 8 track and drove around in my Rambler Station Wagon listening to it non-stop. That low-tech ambiance, you know, served it well.

Which is also not to say that there isn't some blistering guitar on here, there is. Its just not front and center. I think Mike was done trying to impress himself and was just laying down some tunes with the essence of Mike in them.

These are some low-down, blues-content songs from the heart of the hippie vibe: idiosyncratic, loopy and arresting in casual stoner manner.

I put it up there with "Paul Butterfield Blues Band", "Highway 61, Revisited", "My Labors", "A Long Time Comin'" and "Supersession" as among the great Bloomfield stuff available.

An overlooked, misunderstood masterwork.
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HASH(0xa17c7390) étoiles sur 5 Pioneering Alt-Country - Not for electric blues fans 4 mars 2004
Par Rico - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After reading a couple of dismal reviews for this CD, I just had to put in my two cents. Don't buy this album if you're looking for examples of Bloomfield's smoking electric blues. But don't judge it on that basis, either. If your mind is closed to country music, or if you're strictly a blues purist, of course you won't like this. But when judged as a roots music album, I think it holds up very well. In fact, I put this in the same category as Clarence White-era Byrds, Gram Parsons, and Nashville Skyline-era Dylan as being a pioneering alternative-country album. It's really interesting when you consider the tie-ins with Bloomfield's band The Electric Flag and Gram Parson's band The Flying Burrito Brothers. A fascinating story of Americana music starts to unfold. I think this album will ultimately come to be viewed as a missing link of sorts to an audience such as subscribers to No Depression magazine. Sure the vocals are an acquired taste (hence the four star instead of five star rating), but anyone with patience, an open mind, and an appreciation for American folk, country, and blues forms will instantly recognize the vitality of this essential recording.
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HASH(0xa17c72ac) étoiles sur 5 Gone But Shouldn't Be Forgotten 15 juin 2009
Par Ken Herrick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is Mike at his finest! I know that some of the other reviewers seem think that the vocals are bad & that maybe he should have done nothing but play REALLY long solos ala "East West". Just so wrong! MB was a true bluesman. While he was no Muddy Waters vocally, his voice & his guitar playing fit hand-in-glove. Some of his songs are a bit tounge-in-cheek, but that was Mike as well. And last but not least, his blues were truly the blues. The solos here are all really nice and it's also always good to hear a little piano from him as his playing was, I feel, much overlooked. It's just too bad that those who put this down can't seem to see that an artist may have a wider vision than the little box they want to put them in. These are most likely the same folks that think John McLaughlin should still be doing nothing but "Birds of Fire". As a fan of the blues since the early 60's I can't recommend this CD any higher.
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HASH(0xa17c8278) étoiles sur 5 IT'S NOT KILLING ME, I LOVE IT! ************** 2 mars 2003
Par MICHAEL BAUER - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first solo lp from the world's best bluesman! Not all Chicago blues,but a first rate album! Bloomer and friends play some fine ear candy here. This is a great album ,I should know ,I have 5 copies on vinyl! I also own every work of art that Mike played on.This is a must ! Yes, I agree ,Super session, My Labors, Live @ the Fillmore,all smoke! But this CD has it all! Do yourself a favor, buy this CD and any & all that Mike Bloomfield ever played on, it will do your soul a whole lot of good! Bloomfully yours! Enjoy!
HASH(0xa17c86f8) étoiles sur 5 still cool but... 23 avril 2013
Par oraw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It has been stated that it isn't typical Bloomfield and it heralds the latter aspect of his career that would have him doing all sorts of stuff. It is a good album but incredibly unfocused. There are some really good cuts on here though such as Michael's Lament, The Ones I loved Are Gone, and Good Old Guy. There are some really cool cuts for sure but the album as a whole isn't bad but there are better in his cannon.
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