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Live album for sale by Paul Butterfield was released May 31, 2005 on the Wounded Bird label. For the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, this two-LP set proved that it all came down to Butterfield himself and his abilities as a leader in the end. For all of the adulation heaped on Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop, et al., the group was ultimately an extension of Butterfield's abilities as a leader and player, and this set proved that Butterfield and the bandmembers he had assembled in 1971 had more than two LPs' worth of live playing in them that was worth releasing and worth buying. Live CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Paul Butterfield - Live Album Track Listing
|1||Everything Going to Be Alright|
|2||Love Disease See All 3|
|4||No Amount Of Loving See All 2|
|5||Driftin' and Driftin' See All 2|
|6||Intro to Muscians|
|8||I Want to Be With You|
|9||Born Under a Bad Sign|
|10||Get Together Again|
|11||So Far, So Good See All 2|
|Additional Track Information Live album for sale|
List All 6 Reviews
||AT LAST I HAVE FOUND IT|
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS CD FOR MONTHS AND FINALLY THE ONLY PLACE THAT HAD IT WAS CD UNIVERSE.
By millie52368 (JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY)
||Great...But not complete|
I was really looking forward to this disc. Being what I consider to be the biggest Butterfield fan out there, this is an amazing live disc that shows the amazing versatility of Butter.
By Grush (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
||A great live recording!|
This recording is infectious from Paul's intro to Everything Going To Be Alright, right on through his unheard of solo in Driftin' And Driftin', to Born Under A Bad Sign and So Far, So Good! One of the better "live" recordings.
By woodop (Denver, Colorado)
||harp on this|
In the last century, there are 2 periods of harp playing. The 'Sonny Boy Williamson Period', and The 'Paul Butterfield Period'.
By LX Skye (Moab, UT.)
||Butterfield in transition|
Paul Butterfield was one of the greatest blues harp players ever. His best blues work can be heard on recordings in the mid sixties.
By harri.haka (Espoo, Finland)
This review is for a different format.
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|CD Universe Part number||6861328|
|Release Date||May 31, 2005|
|Engineer||Ray Thompson; Todd Rundgren|
|Recording Time||77 minutes|
|Personnel||David Sanborn - saxophone|
Steve Madaio - trumpet, background vocals
Venetta Fields - vocals
Paul Butterfield - vocals, harmonica, piano
Trevor Lawrence - baritone saxophone, background vocals
George Davidson - drums
Brother Gene Dinwiddie - vocals, saxophone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Ralph Wash - vocals, guitar
Rod Hicks - vocals, fretless bass, background vocals
Ted Harris - piano, keyboards