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The Blues Project – Anthology 1997 (Recorded between 1964 and 1972)

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The Blues Project – Anthology [1997] (Recorded between 1964 and 1972)

1.  I'm Troubled 
2.  Back Door Man 
3.  Violets of Dawn 
4.  Goin' Down Louisiana 
5.  Hoochie Coochie Man - (previously unreleased) 
6.  Parchman Farm - (previously unreleased) 
7.  You Go and I'll Go With You 
8.  Catch the Wind 
9.  I Want to Be Your Driver 
10. Alberta - (previously unreleased, alternate take) 
11. Have You Ever Had the Blues? - (previously unreleased) 
12. Way My Baby Walks, The 
13. Bright Lights, Big City - (previously unreleased) 
14. Jelly, Jelly Blues 
15. Spoonful 
16. Who Do You Love? - (previously unreleased, alternate take) 
17. Love Will Endure 
18. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes 
19. Friday Night City 
20. Where There's Smoke There's Fire 

1.  I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes 
2.  Steve's Song 
3.  You Can't Catch Me 
4.  Two Trains Running 
5.  Wake Me, Shake Me 
6.  Cheryl's Going Home 
7.  Flute Thing 
8.  Caress Me Baby 
9.  Fly Away 
10. No Time Like the Right Time 
11. Mean Old Southern 
12. Gentle Dreams 
13. Lost in the Shuffle 
14. Black Night 
15. Visions of Flowers 
16. Little Rain 

The Blues Project includes: 
Steve Katz (vocals,guitar,harmonica)
Al Kooper (vocals,guitar,keyboards)
Danny Kalb (vocals,guitar)
John McDuffy (vocals,keyboards)
Tommy Flanders (vocals)
Bill Lussenden (guitar)
John Sebastian (harmonica)
Andy Kulberg (flute,bass)
Don Kretmar (saxophone,bass)
David Cohen (piano)
Fritz Richmond (washtub bass)
Roy Blumenfeld (drums)


The most complete Blues Project collection ever assembled, the two-disc Anthology compiles 36 tracks taken from their three albums on Verve and their two records on Capitol as well as rare singles, previously unreleased songs and alternate versions, and material from solo projects. ---Jason Ankeny, AllMusic Review


The very things that made the Blues Project one of the most phenomenal bands of the '60s are the same things that made the band a short-lived one. Drawing on a crazy quilt of influences--including folk, pop, jazz, psychedelia, and, yes, blues--the band was known to perform scorching versions of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf classics one minute, then turn around and do mellow contemporary tunes by the likes of Donovan and Patrick Sky the next. A band whose onstage energy was boundless, their studio work didn't always come across quite as well, and sharply divided attitudes about approach and repertoire (plus assorted personal problems) eventually sundered the band. Anthology is the best available sampling of the group's oeuvre, collecting material from their albums on Verve and Capitol and tossing in some rare singles, solo material, and previously unreleased tracks for good measure. You don't often hear the Blues Project mentioned in reverent tones, as are other, similar acts of the era, and that's too bad. This set makes a case for their generation. --Daniel Durchholz

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