|Blues for Harvey|
|Live album by|
|Recorded||July 4–5, 1973|
|Venue||Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Label|| SteepleChase |
|Johnny Griffin chronology|
Blues for Harvey is an album by American saxophonist Johnny Griffin recorded at the Jazzhus Montmartre in 1973 and released on the SteepleChase label. 
The AllMusic review by Ken Dryden states, "There are some exciting moments, but overall, this live record falls just a bit short of essential for hard bop fans." 
All compositions by Johnny Griffin except where noted.
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