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It is but it ain't...

I was there in 1967 at Golden Gate Park, and Killin' Floor ( I Should Have Left Her?) was definitely a Gravenites song, dripping with allegory and prefaced by LBJ saying "I speak to you tonight of the dignity of man" followed by raucous laughter. To have the horror of the killing floor reduced to the lament of a burnt-out party boy steals from the Flag the power of the statement they made. Compilers should be ashamed. Wish we could just have the original American Band album, in the Spirit of Easy Rider. All four of these albums are just shadows, whispers of the beginnings of the genre that spawned the Butterfield Blue's Band, Buddy Guy's band and Blood Sweat and Tears.


Formed: April, 1967 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

When guitarist Mike Bloomfield left the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in 1967, he wanted to form a band that combined blues, rock, soul, psychedelia, and jazz into something new. The ambitious concept didn't come off, despite some interesting moments; maybe it was too ambitious to hold all that weight. Bloomfield knew for sure that he wanted a horn section in the band, which he began forming with a couple of friends, keyboardist Barry Goldberg and singer Nick Gravenites. Although the three were all...
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