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Mike Bloomfield: From His Head to His Heart to His Hands

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Mike Bloomfield

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

CD1 (Roots): I'm a Country Boy; Judge,Judge; Hammond's Rag; I've Got You in the Palm of My Hand; I've Got My Mojo Workin'; Like a Rolling Stone (instrumental); Tombstone Blues (alternate Chambers Brothers version); Michael Speaks About Paul Butterfield; Born in Chicago; Blues With a Feeling; East-West; Killing Floor; Texas; Susie's Shuffle (live jam(); Just a Little Something (live); Easy Rider. CD2 (Jams): Albert's Shuffle; Stop; His Holy Modal Majesty; Opening Speech (live); 59tgh Street Bridge Song (Feeling Groovy) Hybrid Edit (Live, Mono); Don't Throw Your Love on Me So Strong (live); Santana Clause (live); The Weight (live); Opening Speech (live); One Way Out (live); His Holy Modal Highness (live); Fat Grey Cloud (live); Mary Ann (live); That's All Right (live). CD3 (Last Licks): I'm Glad I'm Jewish (live); Men's Room - Spoken Word Segment from McCabe's (live); Don't You Lie to Me (live); Can't Lose What You AIn't Never Had (live); Gypsy Good Time (live); One Good Man; It's About Time (live); Carmelita Shuffle (live); Darktown Strutters Ball ( live); Don't Think About It Baby; Jockey Blues/Old Folks Boogie (live); A- Flat Boogie (live); Glamour Girl (live); Spoken Intro Bob Dylan (live); The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar (live); Hymn Time (live excerpt); Hidden Track (Al Kooper, "They Just Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore"). DVD: Sweet Blues: A Film About Mike Bloomfield.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Mike Bloomfield: guitars (CD1#1-5, CD2#1-3, 5-8, CD2#10-14, CD3#3, CD3#5, CD3#11-13), vocals (CD1#1-5, CD2#6, CD2#10, CD2#13-14, CD3#1#1, CD3#3, CD3#11-13), lead guitar (CD1#6-7, CD1#9-16, CD3#4, CD3#6-7, CD3#10, CD3#15), acoustic guitar (CD3#1, CD3#9, CD3#16); Bill Lee: bass (CD1#1-3); Charlie Musselwhite: harmonica (CD1#4-5); Mike Johnson: guitar (CD1#4-5); Sid Warner: bass (CD1#4-5); Norman Mayell: drums (CD1#4-5), Brian Friedman: piano (CD1#4-5); Bob Dylan: harmonica (CD1#6-7), guitar (CD1#6-7, CD3#15), vocal (CD1#7, CD3#15), spoken intro (CD3#14); Al Kooper: organ (CD1#6-7, CD2#1-3, 5-8, 10-14), vocals (CD2#5), ondioline (CD2#3), piano (CD3#13); Paul Griffin: piano (CD1#6-7); Joe Mack: bass (CD1#6); Bobby Gregg: drums (CD1#6-7); Bruce Langhhorne: Mr. Tambourine Man (CD1#6); Russ Savakus: bass (CD1#7); The Chambers Brothers: background vocals (CD1#7); Paul Butterfield: harmonica (CD1#8-10), vocals (CD1#8-10); Elvin Bishop: guitar (CD1#8-10); Jerome Arnold: bass (CD1#8-10); Mark Naftalin: organ (CD1#8-10), keyboards (CD3#3, CD3#11-12), piano (CD3#7-8, CD3#10); Sam Lay: drums (CD1#8-9, CD3#4); Billy Davenport: drums (CD1#10); Harvey Brooks: bass (CD1#12-16, CD2#1-3); Nick Gravenites: vocals (CD1#12-16, CD3#5), percussion (CD1#12-16), lead vocals (CD3#7-8); Sivuca: guitar (CD1#12-16), percussion (CD1#12- 16); Barry Goldberg: keyboards (CD1#12-16), electric piano (CD2#1-3), organ (CD3#12); Herb Rich: keyboards (CD1#12-16), tenor saxophone (CD1#12-16); Mike Fonfara: keyboards (CD1#12-16); Buddy Miles: drums (CD1#12-16); Peter Strazza: tenor saxophone (CD1#12-16); Marcus Doubleday: trumpet (CD1#12-16, CD3#10); Stemzie Hunter: baritone saxophone (CD1#12-16); Eddie Oh: drums (CD2#1-3);Paul Harris: piano (CD1#5 Fillmore East, CD2#6-7, CD2#10, CD2#14); Jerry Jemott: bass (CD1#5 Fillmore East, CD2#6-7, CD2#10, CD2#14); Johnny Cresci: drums (CD1#5 Fillmore East, CD2#6-7, CD2#10, CD2#14);John Kahn: bass (CD1#5 Fillmore West, CD2#8, CD2#11-13, CD3#7-8, CD3#10); Skip Prokop: drum (CD1#5 Fillmore West, CD2#8, CD2#11-13); Paul Simon: harmony vocals (CD1#5 Fillmore West); Buell Neidliner: bass (CD3#3, CD3#11-12); Buddy Helm: drums (CD3#3, CD3#12); Muddy Waters: vocals (CD3#4), guitar (CD3#4); Otis Spann: piano (CD3#4); Donald "Duck" Dunn: bass (CD3#4);Janis Joplin: vocals (CD3#6); Richard Kermode: organ (CD3#6); Brad Campbell: bass (CD3#6); Maury Baker: drums (CD3#6); Lonnie Castille: drums (CD3#6); Terry Clements: tenor saxophone (CD3#6); Snooky Flowers: baritone saxophone (CD3#6, CD3#7-8); Luis Gasca: trumpet (CD3#6); Ira Kamin: organ (CD3#7-8, CD3#10); Bob Jones: drums (CD3#7-8, CD3#10); Dino Andino: conga (CD3#7-8);Noel Jewkis: tenor saxophone (CD3#7-8);Gerald Oshita: baritone saxophone (CD3#7-8, CD3#10); John Wilmeth: trumpet (CD3#7-8); Fred Olsen: guitar (CD3#10); Mike melford: guitar (CD3#10), mandolin (CD3#10), vocals (CD3#10); Orville Rhodes: pedal steel guitar (CD3#10); Rob Ruby: piano (CD3#10); Richard Santi: accordion (CD3#10); Ace of Cups: background vocals (CD3#10); Ron Stallings: alto saxophone (CD3#10); Maark Teel: tenor saxophone (CD3#10); Roger Troy: bass (CD3#12); George Rains: drums (CD3#12); Fred Tackett: lead guitar (CD3#14); William "Smitty" Smith: organ (CD3#14); Tim Drummond: bass (CD3#14); Jim Keltner: drums (CD3#14); Clydie King: backing vocals (CD3#14); Carolyn Dennis: backing vocals (CD3#14); Regina Harris: backing vocals (CD3#14).


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