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Live at Cafe Au Go Go
Blues Project
Live at Cafe Au Go Go
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
 
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2004 reissue of the blues-rock act's 1966 album, recorded live in 1965 & 1966, includes six bonus tracks recorded during the same sessions. Details TBA. Acadia. 2004.

      
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All Artists: Blues Project
Title: Live at Cafe Au Go Go
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Acadia Records
Release Date: 7/5/2004
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
Styles: Electric Blues, Modern Blues, Blues Rock, Folk Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 805772807020

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2004 reissue of the blues-rock act's 1966 album, recorded live in 1965 & 1966, includes six bonus tracks recorded during the same sessions. Details TBA. Acadia. 2004.

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For me, this was the first.....
Harv K. | 03/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"High school was ending. College beckoned. And music was about to explode: Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver, Grateful Dead, Rolling Stones, The Who, Bob Dylan. For me, the first taste of it came from the Blues Project. This album, their first, was recorded live, on a four-track, and freshness, spontaneity, and sheer fun leap out from the speakers with amazing clarity all things considered. The later studio work from this group does not have the spark found in this one. If you enjoyed this compilation years ago, buy it again and you won't be disappointed - you will also enjoy the liner notes. If you have never heard it, and want to experience how a golden era of music began, get it. A treat awaits."
Still delivers with the best
Robert Leutwiler | Luquillo, Puerto Rico (formerly Yabucoa) | 08/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you talk about the 60s and 70s, I believe the two most underrated groups are Spirit and the Blues Project, both of which were very jazzy for the taste of the epoch and so much more sophisticated than the commercial music.

I bought this CD to see if I would still like it. You hear so much music from the 60s to the 90s all over the radio. Some sounds rancid and some sublime.

I loved this album when it first came out. (My friend Chris Winfield who is now an artist, turned me on to them as he did to much jazz, classical and blues.) They were among my favorite groups then and remain so.

I have to say that I loved Flute thing and a few instrumentals which are not included here but no one can perform every track in concert.

Listening now, I especially enjoy Alberta and Violets of Dawn, very poetic with that certain offness which Verlaine recommends for poetry. (I can't even recommend Verlaine so much since so many other French poets exceed him by far but he did write some amazing poems on how poetry should work.)

So, if you want pure poetry in the form of music, get this CD."