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8 thoughts on “ Why Must My Baby - Michael Bloomfield* - Its Not Killing Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. It's a shame that Michael Bloomfield's recorded legacy is so spotty. Generally speaking, the blues guitarist's finest moments are found on the universally praised first two discs with Paul Butterfield, the Electric Flag's A Long Time Comin' album, and the sporadic glimpses of greatness on his solo records. Unfortunately, there aren't many of those on It's Not Killing Me, Bloomfield's first.
  2. "Baby Michael" was a newborn infant found murdered in He had been severely beaten prior to being deposited alongside a road. Twelve days before the 21st anniversary of his death, his mother was identified as Deborah Riddle O'Conner and was subsequently charged with his murder.
  3. It's Not Killing Me is the debut solo album by American blues guitarist Mike tygojaskazizilzushura.xyzinfo was released in Following his success with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, The Electric Flag, and in the Super Session recordings with Al Kooper, Bloomfield teamed up with former colleagues to record this largely self-written album.
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It's Not Killing Me on Discogs/5(2).
  7. Jan 23,  · Michael Bernard Bloomfield was born on July 28th, , in Chicago, on the wrong side of the blues. His father, Harold, ran Bloomfield Industries, a successful restaurant-supply firm.
  8. It's Not Killing Me. Michael Bloomfield. Why Must My Baby. Buy track Mike Bloomfield, Performer - Mike Bloomfield, Composer - N. Gravenites, Producer - M. Melford, Producer With only three studio albums, one live album and three international tours, Lhasa de Sela left a unique mark in the history of modern popular music.

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