Harvey Brooks

Harvey Brooks

About Me
Harvey Brooks is an American bassist who now lives in Israel. Brooks played on two highly influential records, Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited and Miles Davis's Bitches Brew. He is the founding member of 60s group The Electric Flag, was a session-man for The Doors and Donald Fagen, and produced artists as diverse as Karen Dalton, QuickSilver Messenger Service, and former congressman John Hall (of the band Orleans). Brooks and his wife Bonnie moved to Israel in 2009.