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Michael Bernard Bloomfield July 28, — February 15, was an American guitarist and composer, born in Chicago, Illinois , who became one of the first popular music superstars of the s to earn his reputation almost entirely on his instrumental prowess, as he rarely sang before Bloomfield was ranked No.
Bloomfield was born into a wealthy Chicago Jewish-American family. Bloomfield's father, Harold Bloomfield, was born in Chicago in Harold's father, Samuel Bloomfield, started Bloomfield Industries in the early s.
After Samuel passed away, Harold and his brother, Daniel, took over the company. Bloomfield's mother, Dorothy Klein, was born in Chicago in and married Harold in She came from an artistic, musical family, working as an actress and a model before marrying Harold.
Bloomfield's family lived in various locations around Chicago before settling at West Melrose Street on the North Side.
When he was twelve his family moved to suburban Glencoe, Illinois , where he attended New Trier High School for two years.
During this time, he began playing in local bands, and Bloomfield put together a group called the Hurricanes, named after Ohio rock band Johnny and the Hurricanes.
New Trier High School expelled Bloomfield after his band performed a raucous rock and roll song at a school gathering.
Bloomfield had attended a Chicago performance by blues singer Josh White , and began spending time in Chicago's South Side blues clubs and playing guitar with such black bluesmen as Sleepy John Estes , Yank Rachell , and Little Brother Montgomery.
He first sat in with a black blues band in , when he performed with Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson at a Chicago club called the Place.
He performed with Howlin' Wolf , Muddy Waters , and many other Chicago blues performers during the early s. In he married Susan Smith.
Writing in , keyboardist, songwriter and record producer Al Kooper said Bloomfield's talent "was instantly obvious to his mentors.
They knew this was not just another white boy; this was someone who truly understood what the blues were all about. Black people suffer externally in this country.
Jewish people suffer internally. The suffering's the mutual fulcrum for the blues. He developed a friendship with blues singer Big Joe Williams.
With help from his friend Joel Harlib, a Chicago photographer who became Bloomfield's de facto manager, he became a Columbia Records recording artist.
In early Harlib took an audition tape by Bloomfield to Columbia producer and talent scout John Hammond , who signed him to Columbia's Epic Records label.
Bloomfield recorded a few sessions for Columbia in that remained unreleased until after his death. Elektra Records producer Paul Rothchild recorded the band in spring , but the majority of the tracks were not released until the s.
However, one of the tracks Rothchild recorded during his first pass at producing the group, a Nick Gravenites song titled "Born in Chicago," was included on the Elektra album Folksong '65 , which sold two hundred thousand copies when it was released in September The club was bankrolled by future Dylan and Butterfield manager Albert Grossman , who would play a major part in Bloomfield's career.
Bloomfield demurred, preferring to continue playing with the Butterfield Band. During the first part of , the band played in California, and they recorded their second album, East-West , that summer.
The record's title track found the band exploring modal music, and it was based upon a song Gravenites and Bloomfield had been playing since , "It's About Time.
Bloomfield played on recording sessions between and He became a mentor and teacher for many guitarists in the area.
Bloomfield tired of the Butterfield Band's rigorous touring schedule and, relocating to San Francisco, sought to create his own group. He formed the short-lived Electric Flag in ,  with two longtime Chicago collaborators, Barry Goldberg and vocalist Nick Gravenites.
The band featured a horn section. The band's rhythm section was composed of bassist Harvey Brooks and drummer Buddy Miles.
The group's first effort was the soundtrack for director-producer Roger Corman 's movie, The Trip , which was recorded in the spring of that year.
Critics complimented the group's distinctive, intriguing sound but found the record itself somewhat uneven.
By that time, however, the band was already disintegrating; rivalries between members, shortsighted management, and heroin abuse all took their toll.
Shortly after the release of that album, Bloomfield left his own band, with Gravenites, Goldberg, and bassist Harvey Brooks following.
Why not try and legitimize rock by adhering to these standards? In addition, as a fan, I was dissatisfied with Bloomfield's recorded studio output up until then.
It seemed that his studio work was inhibited and reined in, compared to his incendiary live performances. Could I put him in a studio setting where he could feel free to just burn like he did in live performances?
The result was Super Session , a jam album that spotlighted Bloomfield's guitar skills on one side. Guitarist Stephen Stills completed the album with Kooper.
It received excellent reviews and became the best-selling album of Bloomfield's career. Bloomfield continued with solo, session and back-up work from to He released his first solo album, It's Not Killing Me , in Bloomfield composed and recorded the soundtrack for the film Medium Cool , directed by his second cousin, Haskell Wexler.
The film includes footage shot in Chicago during the Democratic National Convention. Shooting junk made everything else unimportant, null and void, nolo contendre.
My playing fell apart. I just didn't want to play. Columbia rejected it; the complete version of the record would not appear until Also in , he cut Triumvirate with Dr.
John and guitarist and singer John Hammond Jr. In he recorded an album with the group KGB. The group's name is an acronym of the initials of singer and songwriter Ray Kennedy , Barry Goldberg and Bloomfield.
The band also included Ric Grech and drummer Carmine Appice. As the record hit stores in , Bloomfield told journalists that the group had been an ill-conceived moneymaking project.
The album was not well received by critics,  but it did contain the standout track "Sail On, Sailor".
Its authorship was credited to "Wilson-Kennedy", and had a bluesy, darker feel, along with Ray Kennedy's original cocaine-related lyrics.
In the s Bloomfield played in local San Francisco Bay area clubs, including the Keystone Korner , and sat in with other bands. An unreleased single, "Andy's Bad",  was also produced for the project.
During — he performed often with the King Perkoff Band, sometimes introducing them as the "Michael Bloomfield and Friends" outfit.
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