SUPER SESSION AND BONUS CD THAT CAME WITH LIVE AT BILL GRAHAMS FILLMORE WEST !
@buffalobilly was his death big news like belushi? lol….
@johnGA30 hey wormies…come and enjoy! heheee…..was he high? heheee…junkie
Saw Mike in a bar in milwaukee– just him playin’ acoustic! An amazing player to say the least!!
@waylo4526 Bloomfield is one of the best blues guitarists ever !!!
its jimi, then mikey up real close, then duane in my fucking book man… they the FUCKING BEST !!!
but mikey is so close to being the best its unreal.
@ZINEDINE05 maaaaann, thank you for sharing this with the world… i prob got and buy myself a ton of bloomfield records… vinyls man. they the best.
fuck man, this guy is just amazing isn’t he? he’s so fucking underrated it’s unreal.
One of the all time best blues guitar slingers
@puertoricanfl15 Roy?, I disagree, Roy’s thin telecaster tone is hard to like for me, it uglies almost anything, same complaint about some tracks from Clapton’s Derek and Dominoes “Layla and another assorted love songs”.
Playing this song makes you feel like you own the world, lol.
I HAVE A GREAT ALBUM BY MIKE BLOOMFIELD CALLED IT’S NOT KILLING ME I LISTEN TO IT STILL40YEARS LATER . GREAT GUITARIST .
I HAVE A GREAT ALBUM BY MIKE BLOOMFIELD CALLED IT’S NOT KILLING ME I LISTEN TO IT STILL40YEARS LATER . GREAT GUITARIST
i adore this analogical sound…
this fella was the real deal!
man this guy could play, although he made some horrible records too
bloomfield is an amazing guitarist
sounds like roy buchanan
@shaserv my thoughts exactly
Mr. Bloomfield was a true innovator. His approach to his idiom, the blues, was his own creation, not the mimicry of the majority. He surpassed everyone while still a child, was rich and famous in his early years and left matierial that even the most profficient guitarist’ cannot emulate.
Ha Ha, The Blacks, well we have come along way but not far enough…
wha’? no “i wonder who?” from “live adventures of…?” sacrilege!
Well said Chavee49. I think we share the same brain !
There’s clearly something about Bloomfield that sets him apart from most blues guitarists, even the blacks, leave alone whites. The melodic phrases he works around a simple scale is unreal. Any guitarist who can come up with [not only the notes, but] the ‘feel’ of the opening bars of ‘Really’ from ‘Super Sessions’ is way beyond a guitar genius in my book.
mike bloomfield and peterr green 2 of the best white blues guitarist from the 60′s,hands down,get turned on 2 these 2 cats.dig it baby aint no music like this anymore.
OMG — thanks ….soooooooo good
Despite all the insistence by Kooer, Brooks and others that SS was just a one-take miracle, gems like this emerge.
I would love to know what the discarded takes on “Stop” and “Holy Modal” sounded like…
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