Season of the Witch - Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills--This album is super fine!

Season of the Witch - Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills--This album is super fine!

Al Kooper - a major proponent of '60s rock, tinged with blues and folk.  Producer, writer and prolific session man, he started Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Blues Project.

Al Kooper - a major proponent of '60s rock, tinged with blues and folk. Producer, writer and prolific session man, he started Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Blues Project.

This eye-opening list of the top Al Kooper keyboard songs show that his contributions to rock and roll are not only significant, they are incredibly varied. Kooper was part of the band that helped Bob Dylan “go electric” at the Newport Folk Festival. He forged the jazz/R/rock fusion sound by forming Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1967.

This eye-opening list of the top Al Kooper keyboard songs show that his contributions to rock and roll are not only significant, they are incredibly varied. Kooper was part of the band that helped Bob Dylan “go electric” at the Newport Folk Festival. He forged the jazz/R/rock fusion sound by forming Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1967.

Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield: Season of the Witch (Live) - YouTube

Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield: Season of the Witch (Live) - YouTube

Al Kooper ~ Live version  I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know  As good as the original album track

Al Kooper ~ Live version I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know As good as the original album track

The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper [LP] - Vinyl

The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper [LP] - Vinyl

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Al Kooper and Bob Dylan | Al Kooper (talking about BoB recording sessions) Dylan - “Al Kooper, who had happened to discover Lynyrd Skynyrd, had played on some of my best records, so I asked Johnston to call him. That was my only suggestion to Johnston as to who to book. I thought Al might be in New York anyway.”

Al Kooper and Bob Dylan | Al Kooper (talking about BoB recording sessions) Dylan - “Al Kooper, who had happened to discover Lynyrd Skynyrd, had played on some of my best records, so I asked Johnston to call him. That was my only suggestion to Johnston as to who to book. I thought Al might be in New York anyway.”

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