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The Blues Project - Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project flac album
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Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project
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The Blues Project is a band from the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City that was formed in 1965 and originally split up in 1967. Their songs drew from a wide array of musical styles. Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project (Verve, 1969). The Best of The Blues Project (Verve, 1969). The Blues Project (MGM, 1970).

Al Kooper Andy Kulberg Danny Kalb Roy Blumenfeld Steve Katz Tommy Flanders Don Kretmar Artie Traum Bill Lussenden David Bennett Cohen John Gregory Richard Greene. Biography by Richie Unterberger. Sextet of varied musicians who built up a reputation in the mid-'60s for their mix of rock, jazz, classical, and electric blues.

They called themselves The Blues Project but, in the spirit of the times-the mid-’60s-the blues was only their starting point. On their second album, Projections-the only studio recording with their classic lineup-they did. They formed in 1965 around guitarist Danny Kalb, bassist Andy Kulberg, guitarist/singer Steve Katz, drummer Roy Blumenfeld and, soon after, singer Tommy.

The Blues Project came together in NYC's Greenwich Village in 1965. The original quintet was guitarists Danny Kalb and Steve Katz, bass and flautist Andy Kulberg, drummer Roy Blumenfeld and vocalist Tommy Flanders. Session musician Al Kooper joined after the band failed a COLUMBIA audition. Although his keyboard skills were limited, Kooper contributed respectable vocals and good original songs. In 1966, they recorded Live At Cafe Au Go Go and Projections for the Verve Forecast label. The album closing "Wake Me, Shake Me" nicely illustrates how Blues Project sounded in-concert: tight, intense and improvisational. - Annie Van Auken, rockasteria. com download (mp3 @256 kbs): yandex mediafire ulozto gett bayfiles back.

The Blues Project released 'Projections' in November 1966. The classic lineup of the Blues Project came together in 1965 in New York's Greenwich Village. The band featured Roy Blumenfeld (drums), Danny Kalb (guitar and vocals), Steve Katz (guitar and vocals), Al Kooper (keyboards and vocals) and Andy Kulberg (bass and flute). Projections, released in November 1966, displayed the band's jazz, blues, folk and rock roots. Produced by Tom Wilson, it was the Blues Project's first studio album, the follow-up to 1965's Live at the Café au Go Go. By 1967, after one more LP, the band began to splinter. AL KOOPER: What's really funny is on the version that's on the album, Danny's string went out of tune and as part of the arrangement he tuned it back up. It was fabulous, we didn't have to stop. Normally you would stop. But he made it part of the arrangement. That was a great moment.

Tracklist

A1 Wake Me, Shake Me 5:15
A2 Catch The Wind 3:04
A3 You Can't Catch Me 4:14
A4 Two Trains Running 11:20
B1 Goin' Down Louisiana 4:03
B2 Violets Of Dawn 2:55
B3 Back Door Man 3:16
B4 Caress Me Baby 7:12
B5 Fly Away 3:30
B6 Mean Old Southern 2:36

Credits

  • Coordinator – H.H. Cowen
  • Engineer – Val Valentin
  • Vocals – Al Kooper (tracks: A1, B5), Danny Kalb (tracks: A3, A4, B1, B4, B6), Steve Katz (tracks: A2), Tommy Flanders (tracks: B2, B3)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FTS-3069 The Blues Project Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project ‎(LP, Comp) Verve Forecast FTS-3069 US 1969
FTS-3069 The Blues Project Al Kooper, Roy Blumenfeld, Danny Kalb, Tommy Flanders, Steve Katz, Andy Kulberg Of The Blues Project ‎(LP, Comp) Verve Forecast FTS-3069 Canada 1969
2304 010 Al Kooper And Steve Katz With Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Al Kooper And Steve Katz With Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld - Al Kooper And Steve Katz With Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Verve Forecast 2304 010 Germany Unknown
X 53069 The Blues Project Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project ‎(Cass, Comp, Sna) Verve Forecast X 53069 US 1969
FTS-3069 The Blues Project Tommy Flanders, Danny Kalb, Steve Katz, Al Kooper, Andy Kulberg, Roy Blumenfeld Of The Blues Project ‎(LP, Comp, Promo) Verve Forecast FTS-3069 US 1969