Thursday, August 24, 2006

Barry Goldberg - Two Jews Blues (Buddah 1969)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I just discovered your blog through ... it looks like you have picked out some great albums to share. On this Barry Goldberg album, Duane Allman plays on some tracks. Thank you!!!! - Alex

8/28/2006 7:45 AM  
Blogger low said...

This is one of those late-'60s collaborations where I expected the world to explode when I put it on, and felt disappointed when it didn't. However, when you get past looking at players in the band, and listen to the music, there are a number of wonderful cuts. Enough of them for me to replace the vinyl with the CD. "Blues for Barry And..." is Bloomfield at his best with a solid band behind him cranking out this slow blues you wish wouldn't end. Barry Goldberg has always played a solid organ, whether with Harvey Mandel, Charlie Musselwhite, or out on his own. This is his chance to be the leader of an all-star lineup. My regrets are that it is only 35 minutes, and most importantly I would have liked to put all the guitar players together for a cut or two; they never get to play off one another.

10/17/2006 9:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great blog friend!! please repst this album sounds great with duane allman there!!

11/27/2006 12:41 PM  
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11/27/2006 6:59 PM  

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