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MIKE BLOOMFIELD JOHN PAUL HAMMOND & DR JOHN Triumvirate (Scarce 1973 Dutch original 10-track LP matt picture sleeve with company catalogue inner. The sleeve shows just a little light storage or sticker wear & the vinyl reveals minimal play CBSS65659)


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4.0 von 5 Sternen nice little cd 23. Juli 2014
Von R. Hale - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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this is a very good cd in my opinion i let a few bad reviews deter me from getting this cd. However when i saw it was on sale for 4.99 i figured it was worth a shot and i was not dissapointed in the least
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not As It Seems 28. Februar 2012
Von Ron Frankl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There's some good music on this album, but the entire project is based on a deception.

Let me explain. This project started its life as a John Hammond, Jr. solo album (Hammond is a white blues singer and guitarist and the son of legendary producer and talent scout John Hammond). Sometime during the process, with such other big names as Mike Bloomfield and Dr. John involved in the recordings, someone came up with the bright idea to call it a "supergroup" project of the type that was popular in the 70s. (Bloomfield had been a star for years, and Dr. John was at the height of his popularity at the time) Turning it into a superstar album probably seemed like a way to maximize attention and sales.

It might have worked, too, if it was truly a co-operative album, but it's not, it's definitely Hammond's album. Bloomfield's guitar work is not especially compelling here, and Dr. John supplies his wonderful keyboard playing but doesn't sing a note. Hammond is not a particularly gifted vocalist, and his work here is nothing special. The inclusion of such overly-familar blues songs as "It Hurts Me Too" and "Rock Me Baby" adds to the sense of disappointment. The best songs are Cha-Dooky Doo (a song previously recorded by Art Neville) and "I Yi Yi," with Willie Dixon's "Pretty Thing" a close third. It's telling that the R&B numbers are more inspired than the blues songs.

So don't be fooled. This isn't a supergroup and its not a real band, as the record company wanted the public to believe. Although the album has some enjoyable moments, all three artists recorded much better music than this.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Disappointed 28. Februar 2013
Von arclight - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you like any of these performers you will be very disappointed. Each is stellar in their own right, but putting then all together was a mistake. Even with the best ingredients you can still ruin a dinner. There are no guarantees.
The only exception would be: if you're already familiar with the recording(via friend, family, whatever) and still like it, by all means purchase it. But, if you're not yet familiar with it and are up for taking a chance, DON'T. You'll probably be disenchanted to say the least.
This may not be the greatest of reviews, but the record ain't so great either.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen excellent and a half` 16. Januar 2011
Von Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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You would have to be incredibly stupid to screw up a project like this, and I don't see a dull bulb anyplace. These three masters had a ready made gem on their hands before they walked into the studio.

And they took full advantage. If on paper you question if Michael Bloomfield's razor Les Paul fits into this organic New Orleans blues--this is a lot different than the psych acid he worked with Al Kooper-the YES resounds. Bloomfield is able to keep his leads sharp while scaling back the volume and late-sixties mannerisms. He is as good in a purist setting as in a late night Filmore Jam.

As an aside: readers of mine know I talk about record buying accidents--which I never believe are such, and today brought one. I got this and another album in the same handful, thomas jefferson kaye LP. It was only after I got home I found Kaye produced Triumvirate. Maybe Bloomfield is working in mysterious ways--the music gods in that big record shop in the sky are alive and well
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5.0 von 5 Sternen unusual gem 7. Juli 2009
Von TBo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this on vinyl when it first came out. At the time you could still go to hear the blues greats regularly performing in Chicago because they were still alive; John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Magic Sam, Junior Wells, and lots of others. Maxwell Street was still goin strong and the early Sunday morning jams were a blues lover's paradise. I had been enjoying Dr. John's music already, and was very curious as to how he would sound in a blues trio. I knew Bloomfield's music from Electric Flag and the Super Sessions with Al Kooper, but hadn't yet heard John Hammond. The recording was a pleasant surprise. At first, the tracks that stood out were Cha Dooky Doo and Baby Let Me Kiss You. BLMKY has a snakey groove that I hadn't heard before. But with repeated listenings I began to hear the rich tapestry of other instruments and the thick atmosphere of each track. It became my favorite "blues" album for many years. My favorite tracks are Groundhog Blues and Just to Be With You. Groundhog Blues is a smoker...total scene....not your typical blues track by any means....kinda sits in the swamp at night smoldering. The harp playing on Just to Be With You combined with the powerful vocals is outstanding. This LP has so much diversity that I can't see how someone wouldn't like it. I suppose blues purists might want to hear something more predictably in line with the classics. And if you're looking for the style that each of these artists is immediately known for, you won't find much of it here. Sure, Rock Me is reminiscent of Bloomfield's other work, and Cha Dooky Doo is kinda like Dr. John's flavor, but not really. Instead, you get a rare chance to listen to vastly different musical styles as they coalesce into a unique blues form.
The liner notes are fun to read on the LP cover about how they almost killed each other in the studio before the sound finally merged.
If ya pick this up, give some serious listening to all the background instrumentation...some amazing stuff.
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