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Barry Joseph Goldberg (born December 25, 1942) is a blues and rock keyboardist, songwriter, and record producer. As a teenager in Chicago, Goldberg sat in with Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, and Howlin' Wolf. He played keyboards with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band backing Bob Dylan during his 1965 newly 'electrified' appearance at the Newport Folk Festival. He formed The Electric Flag with Mike Bloomfield in 1967, and later formed the 'Barry Goldberg Reunion' in 1968.
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Barry Goldberg - Barry Goldberg (1974) (US, Folk Rock) 51:28. Barry Goldberg - Orange County Bus 3:21. Barry Goldberg - Soothe Me (bonus Previously Unreleased) 4:16. Barry Goldberg - Big City Woman 3:57. Barry Goldberg - I've Got To Use My Imagination 3:53. Barry Goldberg - Dusty Country 4:44. Barry Goldberg - She Was Such A Lady 4:10.
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Barry Joseph Goldberg (born December 25, 1942, Chicago, Illinois) is a blues and rock keyboardist, songwriter and record producer. He formed The Electric Flag with Mike Bloomfield in 1967, and later formed the Barry Goldberg Reunion in 1968.
Barry Goldberg's discography of rock jamming, recorded back when Phish and other participants in the jam band scene weren't even twinkles in anyone's eye, is an incoherent jumble of repackagings, reissues, and albums with similar titles. The name of the bassist is left out in the process.
13 tracks · 7 July 2009. 13 tracks · 17 September 2002.
Most of the album is instrumental and features the fantastic Barry Goldberg with Mike and host of other highly talented west coast players at the time. You’l even hear the great Duane Allman playing slide on a few tracks (Duane Allman!). If you’re a fan of the Electric Flag, Stax Records or great, blues-based rock & soul in general then you’ll really like this album. If you’re a Bloomfield fanatic, then you’ve hit a serious diamond in the rough. This 1969 album has Mike Bloomfield, Duane Allman and Harvey Mandel sitting in on different tracks (but, unfortunately, not with each other) " with Bloomfield wailing away.