This recording of blues master Mike Bloomfield's live work serves to amaze and educate, as Bloomfield had done with his seminal 1975 solo album If You Love These Blues, Play'em As You Please. For fluency and versatility, look no further, as the blessings of B.B. King, Otis Spann, and Muddy Waters confirm. This legendary concert, held at New York's Bottom Line on March 31st, 1974, and presented in it's entirety as it was broadcast on WNYU-FM, conveys the majesty of Bloomfield's phenomenal ability while also paying homage to friends Al Kooper, Roger Troy, John Hammond, George Raines, and Barry Goldberg. Digitally remastered; includes background liners.
This recording of blues master Mike Bloomfield's live work serves to amaze and educate, as Bloomfield had done with his seminal 1975 solo album If You Love These Blues, Play'em As You Please. For fluency and versatility, look no further, as the blessings of B.B. King, Otis Spann, and Muddy Waters confirm. This legendary concert, held at New York's Bottom Line on March 31st, 1974, and presented in it's entirety as it was broadcast on WNYU-FM, conveys the majesty of Bloomfield's phenomenal ability while also paying homage to friends Al Kooper, Roger Troy, John Hammond, George Raines, and Barry Goldberg. Digitally remastered; includes background liners.
5291012502117

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Format: CD
Label: KLOD
Rel. Date: 05/12/2015
UPC: 5291012502117

Bottom Line Cabaret 31.3.74
Artist: Mike Bloomfield
Format: CD
New: Available $26.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Band Introduction
2. Don't You Lie to Me
3. Linda Lou
4. Sweet Little Angel
5. Unchain My Heart
6. Inside Information
7. Tryin To Find The Door
8. Glamour Girl
9. Heartbreak 1
10. Imagination 1
11. Let Them Talk 1
12. Trouble Ahead Of Me 1
13. If I Get Started All Over Again

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This recording of blues master Mike Bloomfield's live work serves to amaze and educate, as Bloomfield had done with his seminal 1975 solo album If You Love These Blues, Play'em As You Please. For fluency and versatility, look no further, as the blessings of B.B. King, Otis Spann, and Muddy Waters confirm. This legendary concert, held at New York's Bottom Line on March 31st, 1974, and presented in it's entirety as it was broadcast on WNYU-FM, conveys the majesty of Bloomfield's phenomenal ability while also paying homage to friends Al Kooper, Roger Troy, John Hammond, George Raines, and Barry Goldberg. Digitally remastered; includes background liners.