Official Website The Paul Butterfield Blues Band The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (1965) East-West (1966) The Original Lost Elektra Sessions (Unreleased recordings from 1964) East-West Live (Various live versions of the track East-West) Electric Flag The Trip (1967) A Long Time Comin' (1968) The Band Kept Playing (1974) Solo It's Not Killing Me (1969) Try It Before You Buy It (1973) (Remained unreleased until the 1980s, Additional recordings during these sessions were released on "Bloomfield: A Retrospective" in 1983) If You Love These Blues, Play 'Em As You Please (1976) Analine (1977) Michael Bloomfield (1978) Count Talent And The Originals (1978) Between A Hard Place And The Ground (1979) Bloomfield-Harris (1979) Cruisin' For A Bruisin' (1981) One of my favorite Blues / Rock artists & bands from the late '60s was Mike Bloomfield & the Electric Flag (as well as the Paul Butterfield Blues Band). Bloomfield was the guitarist who played with Dylan when he 1st went electric...& then got even more famous with Paul Butterfield... ...& made quite a splash in '67 when he teamed up with vocalist Nick Gravenites & drummer Buddy Miles (who played with Otis Redding & Wilson Picket & later with Hendrix)... ...& bassist Harvey Brooks (previously with Dylan) & organist Barry Goldberg (previously with Steve Miller & Mitch Ryder)...along with a top notch Blues / Soul Horn Section. The Electric Flag predated both Blood, Sweat, & Tears & the group Chicago by blending Blues, Psychedelic Rock, & Soul with Horns. I caught the Electric Flag several times @ the old Fillmore & Avalon Ballrooms & was blown away by songs like "Killin' Floor" & "Groovin' is Easy". I'll never forget heavyweight drummer Miles sweating & singing & slamming his drums, with the American Flag blowing from the wind of a fan behind him. Here's the late, great Mike Bloomfield in Sept ‘67 when I saw the Flag opening for Cream @ the Fillmore: Mike Bloomfield & bassist Harvey Brooks: Here's a link to check out the Blues / Rock / Soul music of the Electric Flag: Amazon.com: Old Glory: Best of: Music Did anybody else ever pick up on these guys...or the closely related Paul Butterfield Blues Band?