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The Best Of Michael Bloomfield
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The Best Of Michael Bloomfield

26 janvier 2009 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 1 janvier 1997
  • Date de sortie: 26 janvier 2009
  • Label: Universal Music Division Classics Jazz
  • Copyright: (C) 1997 Fantasy, Inc.
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  • Durée totale: 55:18
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  • ASIN: B0024OC4OA

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Decent Sound, Musically a Hodge-Podge 14 décembre 2001
Par tin2x - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This disc has so much varied stuff it's hard to know what to think. It has Bloomers by himself with on guitar ("Mr. Johnson & Mr. Dunn", "Efinonna Rag"), sometimes singing ("Frankie & Johnny"), playing accompaniment to Little Brother Montgomery ("Michigan Water Blues", "Pleading Blues" both from 1963), playing with Woody Herman's band ("Hitch-Hike On The Possum Trot Line"), playing with his own cohorts such as Roger Troy and Mark Naftalin ("Between The Hard Place And The Ground", "Your Friends", "Orphan's Blues") although for once 2 of those 3 have Mike handling the vocal duties. Most of us can live without Roger Troy singing. There's also the gratuitous "Papa-Mama-Rompah-Stompah", a studio track with some drums and horns. The album ended up with 2 studio instrumentals on which Bloomfield plays most of the instruments. Apart from the tracks with Little Brother Montgomery which serve a historical interest (and really highlight the 88 player more), it's the last two instrumentals that really stand out on this album.
On one hand this does represent Michael Bloomfield doing most of the kinds of things he recorded apart from his famous work with Al Kooper and Paul Butterfield. He worked in a variety of settings, and enjoyed backing legends as well as covering old standards with just an acoustic guitar, copping styles, and exploring traditional melodies. He also worked with Roger Troy, Mark Naftalin, and Bob Jones as his core band in the studio and at live dates a lot. In that sense it provides of an overview of the settings in which Bloomfield worked when under his own name.
However largely there are better or more complete explorations of any given element of Bloomfield's pursuits elsewhere. For his instrumental explorations there's a fine Shanachie release, and the best sound (with some good soloing) of his live work with Roger Troy and the like can be found on "Live At The Old Waldorf". Basically this serves as a decent sampler and introduction to his seventies work (apart from the 2 tracks from the sixties). However there are more pyrotechnics elsewhere, and there are better, more intimate albums elsewhere as well.
It's a good survey but there isn't a lot to make this one a "must have" for any but the die hard fans of Michael Bloomfield.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This is the Blues! 25 août 2001
Par Daniel J. Warme - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Hopefully the myth that you have to be black to play the blues is long dead. However, for any doubters, Micheal will put them to rest. This albumn encompasses the whole spectrum of blues, both as an art form and as an artist. Mike was fluent with all of the various blues styles. Here you will find accoustic delta blues to searing electric chicago style, folk to rock blues. A fitting tribute to a great artist who couldn't make it with the rest of us and left far too soon, and the art form that encompasses us all.
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Great example of Bloomfield's mulitfaceted mastery of Blues 22 juin 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Whether he plays solo acoustic or big band back electric, Bloomfield's superb fretwork is a delight for the ears. Great stuff.
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not to be confused 7 août 2012
Par oraw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
First off, the voice is what it is so deal or don't.
This is a cool collection, Bloomfield's work is all over the place maybe he solos, maybe he doesn't; he plays the piano; he dings ok; he sings bad.
The man is a big gig in the unexpected. You can say what you like about Bloomfield but he truly did love his music and this collection gives you a feeling for that.
Bloomfield is alot of legend and he deserves to be. He definitely had a period where he didn't want to play guitar, he'd rather play piano. He didn't want to play lead just support and structure the song.
His voice after a time really starts to enmesh with your blues heart. He was perfect in a field where you could not have a great voice but have heart and it sure helps. I think that if you go in there not looking to hate it then it will grow on you over time. There is some good guitar work on this album but it is not at the forefront. It is not tracked high in the mix, it is more of a collective, organic nature. That worked really well for Bloomfield and you can tell he loved it. The one thing though is that he still rips when he wants to.
BROTHER BLOOM., there ain't much cooler
An unheraled guitarist 21 mai 2014
Par Dennis Nelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
Due primarily to his early death, Michael Bloomfield is not as well known as he should be. This album shows his ability to play a variety of styles from county blues to jazz with equal facility. Production values are a little uneven, but it is a great primer for a great guitarist.
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