Monday, September 12, 2011

Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield & Stephen Stills-Super session (1968)

This album is considered one of the best jam sessions recorded, if not better, three musicians reputadisimos, Kooper was the keyboardist in the famous Bob Dylan Like a rolling stone, and a member of bands like Blood, Sweat and Tears and The Blues Project, Bloomfield was a famous blues guitarist Muddy Waters or influenced by Albert King, a member of Electric Flag, and Stills was perhaps the most known of the three, a member of Buffalo Springfield and then the mythical part of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, in the final three geniuses doing jam sessions, the outcome of this album was that while perhaps pretentious, was sufficiently accepted by critics and public to be considered an excellent blues-rock album, occupied the twelfth position with global sales of 2 million records.

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