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From His Head to His Heart to His Hands


Download links and information about From His Head to His Heart to His Hands by Michael Bloomfield. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic, Acoustic genres. It contains 47 tracks with total duration of 03:12:45 minutes.

Artist: Michael Bloomfield
Release date: 2014
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic, Acoustic
Tracks: 47
Duration: 03:12:45
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No. Title Length
1. I'm a Country Boy (Early 1964 Hammond Audition) 2:44
2. Judge, Judge (Early 1964 Hammond Audition) 2:03
3. Hammond's Rag (Early 1964 Hammond Audition) 2:08
4. I've Got You in the Palm of My Hands 2:25
5. I Got My MoJo Working 2:36
6. Like a Rolling Stone (Instrumental) (featuring Bob Dylan) 6:34
7. Tombstone Blues (Alternate Chambers Brothers Version) (featuring Bob Dylan) 5:57
8. Michael Speaks About Paul Butterfield 0:39
9. Born in Chicago (featuring The Paul Butterfield Blues Band) 3:05
10. Blues with a Feeling (featuring The Paul Butterfield Blues Band) 4:22
11. East-West (featuring The Paul Butterfield Blues Band) 13:11
12. Killin' Floor (featuring The Electric Flag) 3:50
13. Texas (featuring The Electric Flag) 4:47
14. Susie's Shuffle (Live Jam) (featuring The Electric Flag) 3:41
15. Just a Little Something (Live) (featuring The Electric Flag) 3:22
16. Easy Rider (featuring The Electric Flag) 0:46
17. Albert's Shuffle (featuring Al Kooper) 6:55
18. Stop (featuring Al Kooper) 4:17
19. His Holy Modal Majesty (featuring Al Kooper) 7:16
20. Intro - Fillmore West (featuring Al Kooper) 1:23
21. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feeling Groovy) [Live] [Mono Hybrid Edit] (featuring Al Kooper) 5:39
22. Don't Throw Your Love on Me So Strong (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 7:49
23. Santana Clause (Live) 4:40
24. The Weight (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 4:07
25. Intro - Fillmore East (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 1:27
26. One Way Out (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 4:17
27. Her Holy Modal Highness (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 6:09
28. Fat Grey Cloud (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 4:29
29. Mary Ann (Live) 5:18
30. That's All Right Mama (Live) (featuring Al Kooper) 3:41
31. I'm Glad I'm Jewish (Live) 3:15
32. Men's Room (Live) 0:50
33. Don't You Lie to Me (Live) 3:08
34. Can't Lose What You Never Had (featuring Muddy Waters) 3:03
35. Gypsy Good Time (featuring Nick Gravenites) 4:28
36. One Good Man (featuring Janis Joplin) 4:01
37. It's About Time (featuring Nick Gravenites) 5:14
38. Carmelita Skiffle (Live) (featuring Nick Gravenites) 2:53
39. Darktown Strutters Ball (Live) 3:56
40. Don't Think About It Baby 3:31
41. Jockey Blues / Old Folks Boogie (Live) 3:15
42. A-Flat Boogaloo (Live) 3:54
43. Glamour Girl (Live) 8:02
44. Spoken Intro (Live) (featuring Bob Dylan) 2:01
45. The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar (Live) (featuring Bob Dylan) 5:49
46. Hymn Time (Live) 1:52
47. They Just Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore (Hidden Track) (featuring Al Kooper) 3:56



That it took until 2014 for a serious anthology of Mike Bloomfield’s work to appear should tell you everything you need to know about how underappreciated his work has been since his awful death of a drug overdose at age 37. Despite never being marketed well enough to compete with his peers from Clapton to Hendrix, Bloomfield played on key tracks with Bob Dylan and led The Paul Butterfield Blues Band through the masterful “East-West” and guided The Electric Flag through blues to jazz and R&B, playing in racially mixed groups at a time when few musicians dared to. His music here is divided into three sections: Roots, Jams, and Last Licks. Each department holds its own with enough highlights to enjoy Bloomfield’s skills both in context with the works and as individual performances. The previously unreleased instrumental versions of “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Tombstone Blues,” with The Chamber Brothers on backing vocals, shift the focus of the songs. Bloomfield played with a majesty and fire that's finally collected in one place, here aided by his friend and fellow traveler, Al Kooper.