Barry Goldberg & Harvey Mandel – Nothin’ But The Blues: Blues From Chicago (2016)

Posted by Zorn on November 21, 2016as

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Barry Goldberg was a regular fixture in the white blues firmament of the mid-’60s that seemed to stretch from Chicago to New York. A keyboardist (organ seemed to be his specialty), Barry was an in-demand session man — he appears with Michael Bloomfield on a Mitch Ryder album, for instance — along with Al Kooper and his blues-playing contemporary from the original Butterfield band, Mark Naftalin. Goldberg was a member of Charlie Musselwhite’s first band, contributing great piano and organ lines to the Stand Back! album (his work on “Cristo Redentor” is moody and introspective, with a strong jazz-inflected feel, while still retaining strong blues roots) and a handful of others throughout the decade.

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