Harvey Mandel - Get Off In Chicago mp3 flacPerformer: Harvey Mandel
Title: Get Off In Chicago
Style: Chicago Blues, Jazz-Funk, Soul-Jazz
Size MP3 version: 1281 mb
Size FLAC version: 1614 mb
Size WMA version: 1410 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Rock / Blues
Harvey Mandel - Get Off In Chicago mp3 flac
Harvey Mandel got 16 Chicago musicians together between gigs - whenever they could. They jammed, improvised, laid down vocals, and had a good time. They created this album of blues, jazz and rock in just three nights. Recorded at Streeterville Studio.
Get Off in Chicago from Harvey Mandel (1973) (LP). White Label DJ Promo.
In 2014, Mandel guest starred on Eli Cook's album Primitive So. .Also in that year, Harvey collaborated with renowned herbalist Ron Teeguarden on an album titled 'Dragons at Play'. In 2015, Cleopatra Records issued a 6-disc retrospective of Harvey's career featuring the first five of Harvey's solo albums and a 6th disc containing a live performance from the Matrix Club in San Francisco, on December 24, 1968. The performance included Jerry Garcia, and Elvin Bishop. 1972 Get Off in Chicago (LP, Ovation OV/1415). 1973 Shangrenade (LP, Janus JLS-3047), with Don "Sugarcane" Harris. 1974 Feel the Sound of Harvey Mandel (LP, Janus JLS-3067).
Self-taught guitarist Harvey "The Snake" Mandel is a musical innovator whose guitar style comes out of the electric Chicago blues of his youth. He helped to develop playing techniques such as two-handed fretboard tapping, and the use of sustained and controlled feedback during the mid-'60s. He has played with everyone from Charlie Musselwhite (who nicknamed him "the snake") and Canned Heat to Jimmy Witherspoon, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, and the Rolling Stones. In 1972, Mandel produced a group of Chicago-area musicians on Get Off in Chicago, a jam-session album recorded in three days. After a brief tour with John Mayall in Europe in 1972, he recorded The Snake in 1972, Shangrenade in 1973 (featuring a guest appearance from Bobby Lyle on clavinet), and Feel the Sound of Harvey Mandel in 1974, all for the Janus label.
Also in 1972 he released Get Off In Chicago, a jam album released on the Ovation label recorded in three nights. Three more solo albums came out on Janus in the seventies, The Snake (1972) Shangrenade (1973) and Feel The Sound of Harvey Mandel (1974). A Best Of was released in 1975. In 1976 he auditioned for the Stones and played lead guitar on Hot Stuff and Memory Motel from Black And Blue – and then nothing for twenty years
I had the pleasure of interviewing Harvey Mandel in anticipation of his upcoming concert, the Chicago Blues Reunion that will feature Mandel and other great blues musicians on May 12, 2017, the Arcada Theater, St. Charles, IL. It is a collaboration of Chicago music legends who defined the sound of their generation in the 1960’s. It is an evening not to be missed. If I were anywhere near Illinois, you bet I’d be there. Mandel’s discography reads like a who’s who of blues, rock, psychedelic blues, and jazz. With 18 albums to his name, Harvey Mandel is regarded not just as a guitar virtuoso with a trail blazing improvisational style but as a highly respected musical innovator. Just to refresh your memory, he used two-handed fret board tapping long before Eddie Van Halen or Steve Vai. Martine: Tell me about your upcoming Chicago Blues Reunion (CB.
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Biography by Richard Skelly. Legendary blues, jazz, rock, and funk guitarist and musical innovator also known as "Snake. His tapping technique has proved influential.
Harvey Mandel (born March 11, 1945, in Detroit, Michigan, United States) is an American guitarist known for his innovative approach to electric guitar playing. A professional at twenty, he played with Charlie Musselwhite, Canned Heat, the Rolling Stones, and John Mayall as well as starting a solo career Harvey Mandel. In 2014, Mandel guest starred on Eli Cook's album Primitive So. 1972 The Snake (LP, Janus JLS-3037), with Don "Sugarcane" Harris.
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|OV/1415||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Gat)||Ovation Records||OV/1415||US||1971|
|SHO 8426||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album)||London Records||SHO 8426||UK||1971|
|OV/1415||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album)||Ovation Records||OV/1415||Canada||1971|
|SHA-U 126||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Gat)||London Records||SHA-U 126||Germany||1971|
|OV/1415||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Promo, Gat)||Ovation Records||OV/1415||US||1971|
|AC 20023||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album)||Ovation Records||AC 20023||Spain||1973|
|OVQD/1415, OVQD 1415||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Quad, Gat)||Ovation Records, Ovation Records||OVQD/1415, OVQD 1415||US||1973|
|OVQD 1415, OV / 14-15||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Quad, Promo, Gat)||Ovation Records, Ovation Records||OVQD 1415, OV / 14-15||US||1973|
|2C 066-96.032||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, Gat)||Ovation Records||2C 066-96.032||France||1974|
|INT 146.202, INT 146.202 (OV-1415)||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Ovation Records, Ovation Records||INT 146.202, INT 146.202 (OV-1415)||Germany||1979|
|LICD 600045 E||Harvey Mandel||Get Off In Chicago (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Line Records||LICD 600045 E||Germany||2018|