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  • Audio CD (3 février 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 4
  • Format : CD+DVD, Import
  • Label: Columbia/Legacy
  • ASIN : B00G2DC2EG
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. I'm a country boy
  2. Judge, judge
  3. Hammond's rag
  4. I've got you in the palm of my hands
  5. I got my mojo working
  6. Like a rolling stone
  7. Tombstone blues
  8. Michael speaks about paul butterfield
  9. Born in chicago
  10. Blues with a feeling
  11. East-west
  12. Killin' floor
  13. Texas
  14. Susie's shuffle
  15. Just a little something
  16. Easy rider

Disque : 2

  1. Albert's shuffle
  2. Stop
  3. His holy modal majesty
  4. Intro - fillmore west
  5. 59th street bridge song (feeling groovy)
  6. Don't throw your love on me so strong
  7. Santana clause
  8. The weight
  9. Intro - fillmore east
  10. One way out
  11. Her holy modal highness
  12. Fat grey cloud
  13. Mary ann
  14. That's all right mama

Disque : 3

  1. I'm glad I'm jewish
  2. Men's room
  3. Don't you lie to me
  4. Can't lose what you never had
  5. Gypsy good time
  6. One good man
  7. It's about time
  8. Carmelita skiffle
  9. Darktown strutters ball
  10. Don't think about it baby
  11. Jockey blues / old folks boogie
  12. A-flat boogaloo
  13. Glamour girl
  14. Spoken intro
  15. The groom's still waiting at the altar
  16. Hymn time
  17. They just don't make 'em like that anymore

Disque : 4

  1. Introduction
  2. He was a nice young white boy
  3. Chicago
  4. Breaking out
  5. Dylan
  6. Heading west
  7. Electric flag
  8. Monterey pop
  9. Super session
  10. Insomnia
  11. The bottom line
  12. He had soul
  13. Credits

Description du produit

MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD
FROM HIS HEAD TO HIS HEART TO HIS HANDS
« La première fois que j'ai vu Mickael jouer de la guitare, ça a littéralement changé ma vie au point de me dire :
c'est exactement ce que je veux faire pour le restant de mes jours »
CARLOS SANTANA
Trop tôt disparu à l'âge de 37 ans le 15 février 1981, Mike Bloomfield n'a pas véritablement eu la reconnaissance médiatique qu'il méritait amplement.
Immense guitariste de blues dont la carrière s'étend sur une quinzaine d'années, c'est le grand producteur John Hammond Sr qui repère le natif de Chicago en 1964 et le signe sur le label Columbia. Suivront sa collaboration avec le Paul Butterfield Blues Band, sa légendaire session avec Bob Dylan sur l'album « Highway 61 Revisited » et le fameux concert électrique au Newport Folk Festival en 1965.
Le guitariste créera Electric Flag en 1967 avant que les tensions dues à la drogue et autres problèmes d'égo ne le poussent à quitter la formation, laissant Buddy Miles aux commandes.
1968 voit la sortie de l'album-événement « Super Session » avec Al Kooper et Stephen Stills.
C'est d'ailleurs son grand ami Kooper qui très logiquement présente aujourd'hui cette belle rétrospective sous forme de long box à paraître en 2014 et longuement attendue par les fans du guitariste.
L'anthologie offre 3 CD, un passionnant documentaire vidéo inédit « Sweet Blues : A Film About Mike Bloomfield » et un excellent livret de 37 pages.
Le producteur Al Kooper a choisi des enregistrements studio, live et de nombreuses raretés.
On y entend également plusieurs introductions parlées de Mike Bloomfield ainsi que Bob Dylan le présentant au public du Warfield Theatre le 15 novembre 1980, juste trois mois avant sa disparition suite à une overdose.
Puisse ce remarquable coffret remettre en lumière un très grand guitariste respecté par les plus grands (Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Miles Davis, Eric Clapton...).

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Par jean-claude TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 6 mars 2014
Format: Audio CD
C’est quand même beau l’amitié. Al Kooper était le grand pote de Mike Bloomfield et à voir la box anthologique que le premier consacre à son binôme disparu à l’âge de 37 ans (février 1981), son attachement au guitariste n’a pas failli depuis. Que ce soit Al, producteur expert, qui mène à terme cette magnifique rétrospective est finalement des plus logiques. Il est certainement celui qui l’a connu le mieux et le plus apte à collecter la croustillance de son œuvre.

Les fans de Bloomfield, dans l’attente d’une telle collection depuis sa mort, s’en réjouissent. 3 CD, un documentaire vidéo très captivant (Sweet Blues : A Film About Mike Bloomfield) et un livret très informatif habillent ce coffret magnifique et parfaitement ciblé par Kooper dont il faut louer l’investissement et le travail technique ici. L’offre publiée sous l’identité de From His Head To His Heart To His Hands (2014) réinstalle sous les projos un artiste qui n’a pas eu, de son temps, la reconnaissance qui lui revenait de droit, au seul motif de son incroyable talent.

Respecté de ses pairs, notamment ceux de la branche blues, et des guitaristes pour lequel il était la voie à suivre, Michael Bloomfield de Chicago a influé sur de nombreux artistes. Le meilleur exemple est Carlos Santana qui, dès qu’il a vu Mike jouer de la guitare, a décidé d’en faire son instrument jusqu’à la fin de sa vie. Pour Dylan, il fut le plus grand guitariste qu’il n’ait jamais entendu. Cela se passe de commentaires.
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Par Stefy TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 3 mars 2014
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Très bonne initiative que ce coffret dédié à Michael Bloomfield pour la simple raison que le gars a enregistré beaucoup sur les albums des autres ainsi que dans divers groupes à certains moments de leur carrière (Bloomfield avait la bougeotte et ne s'attardait pas dans ces groupes). C'est donc idéal pour goûter sa musique: un réjouissant coffret de trois CDs parcourant l'ensemble de son œuvre. Peu de dire que l'homme jouait bien: guitariste talentueux et habité à la fois, il irradie sur les tous les morceaux comme une évidence. Car rien à jeter dans ce coffret: blues bien sûr, mais aussi rock, folk (Bloomfield sidère également tout seul à l'acoustique), voire lorgnant vers la soul (habité, je vous dis) et louchant sur le jazz. Les Cds sont agencés de façon à peu près chronologique, car l'agencement des morceaux de façon harmonieuse pour privilégier le plaisir d'écoute prime: une compilation faite avec amour. Preuve en est, c'est Al Kooper lui-même qui s'y est collé pour rendre enfin justice au grand guitariste. Des beaucoup plus médiocres que lui (et beaucoup moins important historiquement également) sont souvent loués mais à l'écoute de ces trois disques intenses, le constat est vite fait: Bloomfield était bien un guitariste d'exception. Un touchant DVD complète le coffret (attention, pas de sous-titres français). Touchant car beaucoup de témoignages de gens qui l'ont côtoyé. Une somme au niveau de Bloomfield qui devrait intéresser tous les passionnés de musique de la fin des sixties.
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un coffret extensif qui prouve un chose : Mike Bloomfield était un guitariste hors pair mais aussi un piètre chanteur et compositeur.
On appréciera ici surtout la fluidité de son jeu sur des classiques de blues et le niveau s'élève encore plus lorsqu'il accompagne des géants comme Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan et Janis Joplin ("One good man" : à tomber).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kooper keeps the Bloomfield legend alive 11 janvier 2015
Par G. Wallace - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Al Kooper first encountered Bloomfield at the Like a Rolling Stone session, as he tells it, then years later managed to get him into a studio for one night to record the first side of Super Session, a sixties artifact that is probably the best representation of Bloomfield's guitar wizardry. The second side went to Steve Stills when Bloomfield abruptly flew away. On the strength of that release, Kooper managed to schedule live dates at the Fillmores on each coast, and evidently Bloomfield only attended some of those dates although he was the main draw. Kooper has other notable accomplishments on his resume as a songwriter, session player (a very famous Rolling Stones recording), and record producer, but nothing quite like Super Session. So despite Bloomfield's unreliability Kooper has faithfully kept his memory alive through the decades and this set is his most extensive curating yet.

I long enjoyed Super Session but never fathomed the scope of Bloomfield's talent, which is evident from the Columbia demos he played for John Hammond in the early sixties (Hammond failed to sign him). There are four disks in the box, the first covering the Hammond demos, Dylan's Highway 61 sessions, the Butterfield Blues Band and Bloomfield's Electric Flag which was the toast of the Monterey Pop Festival (before the film established other legends). Second disk is mostly dedicated to the Kooper gigs. Third disk features the delicious small band gig at McCabe's in 1977, long after Bloomfield had semi-retired from the big stage. It also includes his last live performance, a cameo with Dylan in San Francisco (previously unreleased). The DVD is mostly testimonials from late 1960's San Francisco guitarists, Butterfield mate Elvin Bishop, and the late rock impresario Bill Graham (so it's been a film long in gestation). It features two live performances, the first "Drinkin' Wine" from Electric Flag's Monterey show and the second a faithful rendition of a Blind Willie Johnson death prayer from the Bottom Line in April 1980, less than a year prior to Bloomfield's passing from a heroin overdose.

Kooper has collected the performances that established the Bloomfield legend: the Dylan sessions, "East-West" which has the dubious distinction of being the first recorded rock "jam" and unfortunately features a Butterfield harp solo that seems harmonically at sea, the Monterey gig, and the openers of the Super Session. There are several spoken introductions included to get a taste of Bloomfield's famous personality. He seems almost sort of a Lester Young of the rock era. By 1970 or so he'd dropped his guitar playing for junk and that's a real shame given his obviously enormous talent. But he had other sources of income and the talent was driven by the sort of idealism that rates him with the other holy fools of the 1960's music explosion.

There is also an interesting low fidelity selection that Kooper saw fit to include of Bloomfield's live performance of T-Bone Walker's "Glamour Girl" and you'll understand why it was included when you hear it. It must have been a bad breakup. Oh what we all missed when he left us!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you love this man, listen as you please 12 février 2014
Par Eliminator Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First thank you to Al and Michael and Bob and everyone else associated with this for the love and respect you give Michael. I have loved his playing and attitude and other gifts since I bought that first Butterfield album when it first came out. That, Muddy's best and a Lightnin' Hopkins were my first real blues albums after going through the Stones and Animals to get there. I'm on my fourth or fifth copy of the first Butter album and own many others featuring Michael. I'm still on the first Disc and I'm familiar with much to come but want to jump into the early reviews just to pay homage to a hero of mine and to offer a few hints to others, whol like one reviewer here, may only have Super Session.

I did notice the edit on Killing Floor. That seemed unnecessary but I wasn't there making the decisions. We're all here because we loved Michael so let's forgive decisions we didn't get to make.

I mostly want to point at my favorites that aren't here. I read a Bloomer biography a few years ago that had a short disc stuck in the back. As I remember, without going home and pulling it out, it was playing from Big John's or from that pre-Butter period. You hear the distinctive Bloomfield phrasing but he is lacking some restraint that came later. Still great to hear. I love the Hammond stuff here. That fast pickin' song, wow! So if I got to chose my favorite Butterfield cuts not included here they would include: Shake Your Moneymaker, Screamin' (two geniuses at work together), I Got A Mind To Give Up Livin', and Two Trains Running (who's solos have such beautiful architectture and emotional intensity). Another Butter cut would be Nut Popper (I think that's the title), an instrumental on the "Lost First Butter album, or whatever its called. Many great cuts there. Like others I'd include the Guitar Player Album, If You Love These Blues..., which wasn't available for years on cd but now is. It showcases some of the breadth of Michael's ability. I would have for sure included Mama Lion with Nick singing in this set. Finally, one not many seem to mention is the Woody Herman set, Brand New. I must have read about it in Rolling Stone when it came out because I had it when it came out. Just ordered the CD here on Amazon. (Oops, I also forgot Two Jews Blues by Barry Goldberg)

If they started issuing random live sets for Michael like they do with Johnny Winter nowadays I'd be there with my credit card. I suppose since so much of Michaels prime stuff is in bands with others like the Flag and Butter that it would be hard to get all the permissions you need to release things. Anyway, I'm at least still hoping for an expanded Live Adventures and glad to see a bunch of that and a couple with Nick at the Filmore and that other recent live one from that period.

What a loss, his passing but thanks again to all for this excellent tribute. Hopefully it will whet some appetites and people will go out and get some of the original albums to hear more.

OK, I'm just writing to please myself. Don't slag me, Mr One-star, or any of his friends. This one was truely A Long Time Comin' and I'm glad it's here.

Just want to check in since I finished disc three. I sort of thought things might go down a little on the third disc but I'm very happy with it. That Glamour Girl is just plain incredible and there are lots of other nice ones on there too. Got me to pull out so other stuff. I've got about a hundred songs on a Bloomfield play list on my Ipod. Forgot how great Fathers and Sons is, not a ton of Michael but Paul and Muddy are just at their best. Really like the Dylan cut too. Now when I get that Woody Herman disc in the mail (only had the LP before this) I'll be ready to go. I'm also going to get a few more of the 70s discs to round things out.

As I look back on my Bloomer hero worship, I know that for me it was always about those blazing electric leads. Part of the disappointment of the 70s for me was all his acoustic stuff, just not my bag. But now that I've grown up to be an old man with a minor bit of guitar playing behind me, I realize what a well rounded musician Michael was.

Final comment: this set is so totally worth it. If this is all you own of Michael, well you might not have my favorite moments but you will have a good overview of a fine gentleman and a "nice outstanding musician" (as Junior Wells once referred to Sonny Boy 2. But if you get serious this is a good pointer to many other charms. Keep searchin'.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 From the wild to the sublime. 20 novembre 2016
Par Roland Moswick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This compilation serves as an excellent introduction to the great but, but now overlooked Michael Bloomfield. He was a legend in his time, and a listen to this box set will reveal why. But even greater delights await those willing to search out the many recordings he made, some with bands, some as a session player, some solo. Sometimes he burned along the fret board like some manic dervish. Other times he played with a casual and relaxed ease the beauty of the blues he, and we, loved. And he could sing too!! He wasn't around that long, but he left an unforgettable imprint on the hearts and minds of those to whom his music reached out to. Much of his playing remains among "The Classics" - check out his work with Bob Dylan - and will be listened to down through the generations of those "who love these Blues". The DVD included in this set gives but a brief glimpse of his intensity when playing live. It is far too short. Hopefully an expanded version, rounding up more live footage, will one day become available. In the mean time, savor what there is and reflect that we once lived in a time of giants.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential Bloomfield 5 mars 2014
Par Balloonatic Austinweird - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Michael Bloomfield has been a guitar hero of mine for 30 years at least. From Dylan, to Butterfield, to the Electric flag and all his solo projects are covered in this sweet box set. I have most everything covered here in my personal collection, but the unreleased tracks are worth the price of admission by themselves.
The remaster of each track and the chronological order that they are presented is very satisfying for me. It covers his career with aplomb.
A very nice booklet is included. It has lots of great shots of Michael and his contemporary. Al Kooper has lots to say as do many more of his peers.
All in all, I feel that this is an excellent compilation/ representation of the music and life of Michael Bloomfield.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A monument to a great instrumentalist 11 mars 2014
Par Richard Fink - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For a guitarist who, for a time, got mentioned by rock and roll cognoscenti in the same sentences as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, reviewing Bloomfield's work today requires a surprising amount of digging.
Bloomfield was, unfortunately, an unappealing vocalist and so he didn't have much of a solo career. His finest playing on record was as a sideman. Albeit a "star" sideman, for sure.
His spot in Rock and Roll history is secured by his work with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, his work on Dylan's Highway 61 album - especially the song "Like A Rolling Stone" - and Al Kooper's Super Session album and its progeny.
This boxed set makes it much, much easier to get into Bloomfield's work without hours of perusing Youtube and Amazon and having to filter out the junk from the good stuff.
The title of the song producer Al Kooper wrote and saw fit to toss in at the tail end of the last disc of this set is too true: they just don't make 'em like Michael Bloomfield anymore. Like all great artists, his playing was transcendent and still holds up today but he WAS of a particular time (the sixties) and place (first, his hometown of Chicago and then the bay area of San Francisco).
Bloomfield was one of the greats.
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