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|1. Killing Floor|
|2. Groovin' Is Easy|
|3. Over-Lovin' You|
|4. She Should Have Just|
|7. Sittin' in Circles|
|8. You Don't Realize|
|9. Another Country|
|10. Easy Rider|
|11. Sunny [*]|
|12. Mystery [*]|
|13. Look into My Eyes [#][*]|
|14. Going Down Slow [#][*]|
I just listened to this album again, as I do every so often.
We think of a lot of great bands and musicians when we think of the music that defined a generation and the music that still influences songwriters today.
This is the debut album of The Electric Flag, started by Mike Bloomfield following his stint with The Butterfield Blues Band.
Killing Floor was as great as I remembered but the rest of the album dragged.Published 10 days ago by J. E. Beuck
this is a good little album. any chance to hear bloomfield i will take it. if you are a fan of bloomfiled like i am you should have this onePublished 1 month ago by R. Hale
VERY GOOD BLAST FROM THE PAST!!! I NEVER SAW BLOOMFIELD OR NICK GRAVENITES, OR, INDEED, ANY OF THESE FINE MUSICIANS, LIVE, AND I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY!!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce A. Stratton
as subtitle sugest this is best of all american music,the best of both worlds,made by best musicians,there is no music like this anymorePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Kunde
What can anyone say? It's a classic amongst classics; one of the better albums ever produced.Published 3 months ago by David Loring
Classic late 60's album, nice big band rock and blues, eclectic mix of styles and sound. CD comes up short to the original vinyl record in sound Quality, but you already know... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Penny Packer , Boston Ma.
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Back around '66, I read a rave review of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band LP, and it's lead guitarist, "the unbelievable Mike Bloomfield". It took me a while to track it down, (the record stores had never heard of it), but when I did, I was totally blown away! I didn't know guitar... Read More
Feb 6, 2011 by rickstones | See all 3 posts