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Archetypes (LP, Comp, RE). MGM Records, MGM Records.
Just as those individual albums do, it confirms the acclaim accorded the Blues Project at the time. The group's sophistication and ability to create a hybrid of musical styles keeps the music from sounding dated. In fact, this music not only stands as among the best of its time, but it continues to appeal where much of the music made simultaneously fails to escape its era. (Not to be confused with Best of the Blues Project, Verve Forecast FTS 3077, which is an earlier compilation with a different selection of songs.
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The Blues Project is a band from the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City that was formed in 1965 and originally split up in 1967. Their songs drew from a wide array of musical styles. They are most remembered as one of the most artful practitioners of pop music, influenced as it was by folk, blues, rhythm & blues, jazz and the pop music of the day.
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 musical styles, they are most remembered as one of the earliest practitioners of psychedelic rock, as well as one of the world's first jam bands, along with the Grateful Dead.
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The Blues Project was formed in Greenwich Village in the mid-'60s by guitarist Danny Kalb (who had played sessions for various Elektra folk and folk-rock albums), Steve Katz (a guitarist with Elektra's Even Dozen Jug Band), flutist/bassist Andy Kulberg, drummer Roy Blumenfeld, and singer Tommy Flanders. Al Kooper, in his early twenties a seasoned vet of rock sessions, joined after sitting in on the band's Columbia Records audition, although they ended up signing to Verve, an MGM subsidiary. While they went through straight blues numbers with respectable energy, they really shone best on the folk and jazz-influenced tracks, like "Fly Away," Katz's lilting "Steve's Song," Kooper's jazz instrumental "Flute Thing" (an underground radio standard that's probably their most famous track), and Kooper's fierce adaptation of an old Blind Willie Johnson number, "I Can't Keep.
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|A1||I Want To Be Your Driver
Producer – Jerry SchoenbaumWritten-By – Berry*
Producer – Tom Wilson Written-By – Katz*
|A3||Wake Me, Shake Me
Arranged By – Al KooperProducer – Howard Solomon
|B1||I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
Arranged By – Al KooperProducer – Howard SolomonWritten-By – Blind Willie Johnson
|B2||Cheryl's Going Home
Producer – Tom Wilson Written-By – Lind*
|B3||The Flute Thing
Producer – Marcus James Written-By – Kooper*
|B4||Violets Of Dawn
Producer – Tom Wilson Written-By – Anderson*
|B5||No Time Like The Right Time
Producer – Howard SolomonWritten-By – Kooper*
- Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited
- Distributed By – Quality Records Limited
- Art Direction – Sid Maurer
- Cover [Art] – Don Lerro
- Engineer – Val Valentin
|FTS3077||The Blues Project||The Best Of The Blues Project (LP, Comp)||Verve Forecast||FTS3077||US||1969|
|835 958-2||The Blues Project||The Best Of The Blues Project (CD, Comp)||Polydor||835 958-2||Germany||Unknown|
|M3F-4953, M3F 4953||The Blues Project||Archetypes (LP, Comp, RE)||MGM Records, MGM Records||M3F-4953, M3F 4953||US||1974|
|M3F 4953||The Blues Project||Archetypes (LP)||MGM Records||M3F 4953||US||1974|
|X 3077||The Blues Project||Best Of The Blues Project (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Comp)||Verve Forecast||X 3077||US||1969|