Friday, 28 February 2014

Mike Bloomfield - The Best of The Boots 1966-74 (Bootleg) + Bonus


Size: 290 MB
Bitrate: 320
mp3
Found in NY
Some Artwork

Mike Bloomfield: The Best of the Boots 1966-74

This best-of CD was assembled for visitors to this Web site from the numerous in-performance recordings that exist of Mike Bloomfield playing with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the Electric Flag and Michael Bloomfield & Friends. The material will be familiar to most long-time Bloomfield fans, but for those just learning about the guitarist, it will serve as a sampler of Mike's extraordinary talent. While the selections are by no means definitive, each tune captures Mike at his best, and though the sound quality varies, the playing never does.

01. Our Love Is Driftin’ – Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, Sept. 30, 1966
02. Work Song – Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Unicorn Coffee House, Boston, Spring 1966
03. Willow Tree – Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, Sept. 30, 1966
04. Messin’ with the Kid – Electric Flag: Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Sept. 22, 1967
05. Texas – Electric Flag: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, Dec. 8, 1967
06. Groovin’ Is Easy – Electric Flag: Santa Clara Pop Festival, San Jose, May 18, 1968
07. Born In Chicago – Mike Bloomfield & Friends: Fillmore West, San Francisco, Feb. 1, 1969
08. Driftin’ & Driftin’ – Mike Bloomfield & Friends: Swing Auditorium, San Bernadino, February 19, 1971 
09. One More Mile – Barry Goldberg & Friends: Shrine Auditorium(?), Los Angeles, 1969
10. Sweet Little Angel – Mike Bloomfield & Friends: U. of Miami, Coral Gables, Apr. 4, 1974
11. Never Be Lonely – Mike Bloomfield & Friends: Bottom Line, New York, Mar. 31, 1974

Bonus:

Andy Warhol's Bad: Music by Mike Bloomfield

This 1977 release starred Carroll Baker, Perry King and Susan Tyrrell, and featured music by Michael Bloomfield. A sardonic study in bad taste, black humor and whacky excess in the style of John Waters, the film's plot concerns a beautician who runs a side business providing hitwomen for a series of unsavory customers. 

Long unavailable, the movie has recently been issued on DVD with Bloomfield's soundtrack intact. Here, for Bloomfield completists, is all his music from Warhol's film.

01. Bad Theme  
02. On the Street  
03. On the Phone  
04. In the Bar  
05. Marsha and Glenda  
06. In the Garage  
07. Feel Better  
08. Bad Theme  
09. Five Dollar Bill  
10. Pyromaniac  
11. Murder, part 1  
12. Murder, part 2
13. Beauty  
14. Bad Theme

Part 1: Link
Part 2: Link
or
Part 1: Link
Part 2: Link
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Mike Bloomfield - Columbia Studios,Chicago, Dec. 7, 1964
Mike Bloomfield - The Butterfield Band on stage 1966
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bloomfield verkar vara "inne" just nu! Väntar på boxen, kul att höra den här under tiden...Tack!
Stiggy

Psyclist said...

Excellent post Chris! Thank you!

Otiselevator said...

Really appreciate the Bloomfield Chris and the Warhol soundtrack was totally unknown to me!

Anonymous said...

Going by the name of the rapidshare files, you didn't post the boots, but simply the Warhol twice.

Christer Andersson said...

"you didn't post the boots, but simply the Warhol twice."

What did you mean "Twice"?

//ChrisGoesRock

Anonymous said...

thanx 4 these.goes great w new bloom box set ..

Anonymous said...

The Drummer Looks Like Billy Davenport to me.