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White blues guitarist Michael Bloomfield is listed in Logan and Woffinden’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock as “A monumentally bizarre figure, whose vast potential has remained irritatingly unfulfilled. Chicago-born Bloomfield’s astounding guitar work with the original Paul Butterfield Blues Band circa 1965-66 gained him a considerable reputation which his work on Bob Dylan’s ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ only served to enhance. At that time he was thought of as one the greatest white blues guitarists. Leaving Butterfield in 1967, Bloomfield formed the brilliant but erratic and short-lived Electric Flag, which also included Buddy Miles and Nick Gravenites. His next venture was ‘Super Session,’ an album of jams with Steve Stills and Al Kooper, cut in 1968. This collaboration was an enormous success–as was its successor, a live double album ‘The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper.'”