|1||Mean Old Southern||2:36|
|2||Introduction / (Electric) Flute Thing|
Written-By – Al Kooper
|3||I Can't Keep From Crying|
Arranged By – Al KooperWritten-By – Blind Willie Johnson
|4||Love Will Endure|
Written-By – Patrick Sky
|5||Where There's Smoke, There's Fire|
Written-By – Al Kooper, Bob Brass , Irwin Levine
|6||No Time Like The Right Time|
Written-By – Al Kooper
|7||Wake Me, Shake Me|
Arranged By – Al Kooper
|FTS-3025||The Blues Project||Live At Town Hall (LP, Album, MGM)||Verve Forecast||FTS-3025||US||1967|
|UICY-75644||The Blues Project||Live At Town Hall (CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM, SHM)||Verve Records, Verve Forecast||UICY-75644||Japan||2013|
|VVX 53025, VVX53025||The Blues Project||Live At Town Hall (Cass, Album, Sna)||Verve Forecast, Verve Forecast||VVX 53025, VVX53025||US||1967|
|FTS-3025||The Blues Project||Live At Town Hall (LP, Album)||Verve Forecast||FTS-3025||US||Unknown|
|FTS-3025||The Blues Project||Live At Town Hall (LP)||Verve Folkways||FTS-3025||Canada||1967|
- Design [Cover] – Dave Krieger
- Engineer [Director Of Engineering] – Val Valentin
- Photography By [Cover] – Chuck Stewart
- Presenter – Howard L. Solomon
- Supervised By [Production Superviser] – Jerry Schoenbaum
Deep-groove H.V. Waddell Co. pressing. FTS-3025 on cover; FTS 3025 on labels.
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix A, on label): MGS 1018
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix B, on label): MGS 1019
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A etched): FTS-3025 SIDE-1 MGS-1018
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B etched): FTS-3025 SIDE-2 MGS-1019
- Rights Society: BMI
- Recorded At – Town Hall, New York
- Pressed By – H.V. Waddell Co.
- Record Company – MGM Records
- Manufactured By – MGM Records Division
- Record Company – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.
- Published By – Sea-Lark Enterprises, Inc.
- Published By – Whitfeld Music Inc.
The Blues Project - I Can't Keep From Cryin'. The Blues Project - Mean Old Southern. The Blues Project - No Time Like The Right Time. The Blues Project - Love Will Endure. The Blues Project - Where There's Smoke There's Fire. The Blues Project - Wake Me Shake Me. According to Kooper, it was a pastiche of studio outtakes and a few live performances, and only one of the songs was actually recorded at New York City's Town Hall. Anyway, this has a meandering, ten-minute Flute Thing and decent live versions of Wake Me, Shake Me and I Can't Keep from Crying which, despite a somewhat rawer feel, are not necessary supplements to the fine studio takes. Live at Town Hall - Jim Hall. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to The Blues Project Live At Town Hall Introduction, Electric Flute Thing, I can't keep from crying and more. 7 tracks 30:10. The Blues Project was a short-lived band from the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City that was formed in 1965 and split up in 1967. While their songs drew from a wide array of m read more. Label: Limited Blues LIBLCD is the second album by American blues rock band The Blues Project. Produced by Tom Wilson and released by VerveFolkways in November 1966, the album was their first studio release and examined a more rock-based sound. Soon after the release of this album, Al Kooper left the band in the spring of 1967 to form Blood, Sweat & Tears. One of the first album-oriented, underground groups in the United States, the Blues Project offered an electric brew of rock, blues, folk, pop, and even some jazz, classical, and psychedelia during their brief heyday in the mid-'60s. It's not quite accurate to categorize them as a blues-rock group, although they did plenty of that kind of material they were more like a Jewish-American equivalent to British bands like the Yardbirds, who used a blues and R&B base to explore any music that interested them. 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. By early '67 when work began on The Blues Project Live At Town Hall FTFTS 3025, Kooper had left the group Katz followed him later in the year. There's only one cut here actually recorded at Town Hall. The album closing Wake Me, Shake Me nicely illustrates how Blues Project sounded in-concert: tight, intense and improvisational. Annie Van Auken, . download mp3 256 kbs . Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by The Blues Project. Introduction, Electric Flute Thing