Blues Project

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Blues Project - Reunion In Central Park Reunion In Central Park
Blues New - LP 25984 MCA
Sealed 1987 Reissue. Originally Released As A Double Album In 1973, "Two Trains Running" Has Been Omitted. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
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The Blues Project
Blues New - LP GAS 118 MGM
Sealed Stereo Compilation.... more details
 
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Projections
Blues New - LP 827 918 1 Verve
Sealed 1986 Reissue Of FTS 3008. ... more details
 
Blues Project - Planned Obsolescence Planned Obsolescence
Blues New - LP FTS 3046 Verve
Sealed Early Stereo Pressing (Label Variation Unknown).... more details
 
Blues Project - Live At The Cafe Au Go Go Live At The Cafe Au Go Go
Psych New - LP FTS 3000 Verve
Sealed 1966 Deep Groove Gold Label Original. “Although Tommy Flanders (Who'd Already Left The Band By The Time This Debut Hit The Streets) Is Credited As Sole Vocalist, Four Of The Then-Sextet's Members Sang; In Fact, Danny Kalb Handles As Many Leads As Flanders (Four Each), Steve Katz Takes Center Stage On Donovan's "Catch The Wind," And Al Kooper Is Featured On "I Want To Be Your Driver." The Band Could Be Lowdown When Appropriate (Kalb's Reading Of "Jelly, Jelly"), High Energy (Muddy Waters' "Goin' Down Louisiana" Sounds Closer To Chuck Berry Or Bo Diddley), And Unabashedly Eclectic (Tossing In Donovan Or Eric Andersen With No Apologies). Kalb's Moody Take On "Alberta" Is Transcendent, And The Uptempo Arrangement Of "Spoonful" Is Surprisingly Effective.” Dan Forte, AMG.... more details
 
Blues Project - Blues Project Blues Project
Pop Used - LP SMAS 11017 Capitol
1973 Gatefold Original. COH.... more details
 
Blues Project - Projections Projections
Blues Used - LP 23MM 0127 Verve
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Blues Project - Lazarus Lazarus
Pop Used - LP ST 782 Capitol
Rare 1971 Original, Clean COH. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Blues Project - Live At Town Hall Live At Town Hall
Blues New - LP FTS 3025 Verve
Sealed 1967 Deep Groove Gold Label Stereo Original.... more details
 
Blues Project - Live At Town Hall Live At Town Hall
Blues Used - LP 23MM 0128 Verve
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Insert. No Obi.... more details
 
Blues Project - Planned Obsolescence Planned Obsolescence
Blues Used - LP 23MM 0129 Verve
Beautiful Japanese Pressing, No Obi.... more details
 
Blues Project - Lazarus Lazarus
Pop New - LP ST 782 Capitol
Sealed, Rare 1971 Original.... more details
 
Blues Project - Projections Projections
Blues New - LP FTS 3008 Verve
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. Light Stain At The Top Left Corner Of The Front Jacket. "Produced By Tom Wilson (Dylan, Zappa), The Blues Project's Second Effort Was Their Finest Hour. In Less Than A Year The Enthusiastic Live Band Had Matured Into A Seasoned Studio Ensemble. Steve Katz's Features Are Lightweight Folk But Al Kooper Reworks Two Gospel Themes ("Wake Me, Shake Me," "I Can't Keep From Crying") Into Ambitious Blues-Rock Compositions, And Danny Kalb Proves He's No Mere Folkie On Extended Versions Of "Two Trains Running" And "Caress Me Baby." Bassist Andy Kulberg Switches To Flute And Kalb Gets Psychedelic On The Jazzy "Flute Thing," Penned By Kooper." Dan Forte, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Blues Project - Blues Project Blues Project
Blues New - LP SMAS 11017 Capitol
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. One Of The First Album-Oriented, "Underground" Groups In The United States, The Blues Project Offered An Electric Brew Of Rock, Blues, Folk, Pop, And Even Some Jazz, Classical, And Psychedelia During Their Brief Heyday In The Mid-'60s. It's Not Quite Accurate To Categorize Them As A Blues-Rock Group, Although They Did Plenty Of That Kind Of Material; They Were More Like A Jewish-American Equivalent To British Bands Like The Yardbirds, Who Used A Blues And R&B Base To Explore Any Music That Interested Them.... more details
 
Blues Project - Live At Town Hall Live At Town Hall
Blues Used - LP FT 3025 Verve
Beautiful 1967 Deep Groove Gold Label Mono Original.... more details
 
Blues Project - Projections Projections
Blues New - LP FT 3008 Verve
Factory Sealed 1966 Gold Label Mono Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. "Produced By Tom Wilson (Dylan, Zappa), The Blues Project's Second Effort Was Their Finest Hour. In Less Than A Year The Enthusiastic Live Band Had Matured Into A Seasoned Studio Ensemble. Steve Katz's Features Are Lightweight Folk But Al Kooper Reworks Two Gospel Themes ("Wake Me, Shake Me," "I Can't Keep From Crying") Into Ambitious Blues-Rock Compositions, And Danny Kalb Proves He's No Mere Folkie On Extended Versions Of "Two Trains Running" And "Caress Me Baby." Bassist Andy Kulberg Switches To Flute And Kalb Gets Psychedelic On The Jazzy "Flute Thing," Penned By Kooper." Dan Forte, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Blues Project - Planned Obsolescence Planned Obsolescence
Blues Used - LP FTS 3046 Verve
1968 Deep Groove Gold Label Stereo Originbal, Small Cut Out Hole. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Blues Project - Blumenfeld, Flanders, Kalb, Katz, Kooper, Kulberg Of The Blues Project Blumenfeld, Flanders, Kalb, Katz, Kooper, Kulberg Of The Blues Project
Pop New - LP FTS 3069 Verve/Forecast
Sealed Stereo First And Only Pressing Of Previously Released Blues Project Recordings. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Blues Project - Reunion In Central Park Reunion In Central Park
Blues Used - LP MCA2-8003 Sounds Of The South
Rare 1973 2LP Yellow Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Cut Corner. Includes The Original Custom, Glossy Inner Sleeves Featuring Large Blue & White Photos Of The Group. Both Lps Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “Considering The Acrimony With Which The Original Lineup Had Broken Up Six Years Earlier -- Tommy Flanders (Who Wasn't Even Here For This Event) Stomping Out At The End Of The Group's Beginning And Al Kooper Cast Out In An Internal Hijacking At The Beginning Of Its End -- This Ranks As One Of The Most Artistically Successful Reunions In Blues Or Rock. The Participants Are All On The Same Page And, To Judge From The Evidence Of This Recording, In The Same Groove From Beginning To End. The Rocking Numbers Like "You Can't Catch Me" Work The Best, But Tracks Like "Steve's Song" And "Louisiana Blues" Are Equally Rewarding. If There Were Any Personality Conflicts, They Don't Show, And While Kooper And Danny Kalb Are In The Best Position To Shine, Everyone Acquits Themselves Well, And The Quintet Creates A Truly Long-Lasting Concert Document Of Their Work. Most Important, The Members Seem To Respect Their Own Past -- And Re-Create It With Spontaneity And Energy. And The Sound Quality Is First-Rate As Well.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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