I had the great privilege of compiling the discography at the back of the newly-published Michael Bloomfield: The Rise and Fall of an American Guitar Hero, a totally revised and expanded edition of Ed Ward’s 1983 biography of the Chicago-born blues guitarist, from Chicago Review Press.
There have been a few nice write-ups of the book, from Rolling Stone, among others. And a blurb on the back cover from Douglas Brinkley reads, in part: “The discography alone is worth the price of admission. Highly recommended!”
It was thanks to Ed Berger, of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University, that I got the gig. Continue reading If you love these blues: A Mike Bloomfield discography