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Format: CD
Sku: 60077068
UPC: 075596212427
UPC 14: 00075596212427
Release Date: 1/20/1998
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Born In Chicago ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
2. Lovin' Cup ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3. One More Mile ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
4. Off The Wall ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
5. Come On In ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
6. Nut Popper #1 ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
7. Ain't No Need To Go No Further / It's Too Late Brother ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
8. Born In Chicago ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
9. Shake Your Money Maker ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
10. Blues With A Feeling ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
11. Thank You Mr. Poobah ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
12. Our Love Is Driftin' ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
13. Mystery Train ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
14. Last Night ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
15. Walkin' Blues ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
16. I Got A Mind To Give Up Living ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
17. Work Song ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
18. All These Blues ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
19. East West ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Disc 2
Song Title
1. One More Heartache ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
2. Double Trouble ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3. Last Hope's Gone ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
4. Mornin' Blues ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
5. Just To Be With You ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
6. Get Yourself Together ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
7. In My Own Dream ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
8. Love March ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
9. Walkin' By Myself ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
10. Love Disease ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
11. Everything's Gonna Be Alright ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
12. Driftin' & Driftin' ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
13. Blind Leading The Blind ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
14. Song For Lee ~ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Paul Butterfield (vocals, harp, flute, harmonica, piano); Gene Dinwiddie (vocals, flute, tenor saxophone); Bugsy Maugh (vocals, bass); Phillip Wilson (vocals, drums, percussion); Mike Bloomfield (guitar, slide guitar, piano, Hammond organ); Elvin Bishop, Buzz Feiten (guitar, French horn); Ralph Wash (guitar, background vocals); David Sanborn (soprano, alto & baritone saxophones); Trevor Lawrence (baritone saxophone); Steve Madaio, Keith Johnson (trumpet); Mark Naftalin (piano, keyboards, organ); Ted Harris (piano, keyboards); Al Kooper (organ); Rod Hicks (bass, background vocals); Jerome Arnold (bass); Billy Davenport (drums, percussion); Dennis Whitted, Sam Lay (drums); Bobby Hall (congas, bongos); Big Black (congas); John Court, Clydie King, Merry Clayton, Venetta Fields, Oma Drake (background vocals).
Muze PNote Includes liner notes by Tom Ellis III.
Muze PNote All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Muze PNote Personnel: Paul Butterfield (vocals, guitar, flute, harmonica, piano, background vocals); Brother Gene Dinwiddie (vocals, flute, tenor saxophone, background vocals); Phillip Wilson (vocals, drums, congas, percussion, background vocals); Bugsy Maugh (vocals, background vocals); Howard "Buzz" Feiten (guitar, French horn); Michael Bloomfield (guitar, piano, organ); Elvin Bishop, Ralph Wash (guitar); David Sanborn (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (baritone saxophone); Keith Johnson , Steve Madaio (trumpet); Mark Naftalin (piano, organ, keyboards); Ted Harris (piano); Al Kooper (organ); Billy Davenport (drums, percussion); Dennis Whitted, George Davidson, Sam Lay (drums); Bobbye Hall (congas, bongos); Big Black (congas); Clydie King, Oma Drake, Rod Hicks, John Court , Merry Clayton, Venetta Fields (background vocals).
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: Tom Ellis III.
Muze PNote Photographers: Billy Davenport; Amalie R. Rothschild; Norman Dayron.
Muze PNote Arranger: Paul Butterfield.
Muze PNote Everyone should own the Paul Butterfield Blues Band's first two albums, groundbreaking works that are among the most important and influential of the '60s. This two-disc distillation of the band's entire eight-year oeuvre is nonetheless a terrific overview, with a generous selection of tracks from those first two seminal efforts, plus all the crucial stuff from the band's inconsistent-but-still-worthy later LPs, along with a couple of early rarities making their CD debut.
Muze PNote Disc One is by the original band, a musical powerhouse that began as the toughest blues band in the world and eventually evolved into a free-form psychedelic jam outfit. Disc Two collects the best stuff from Butterfield's late '60s horn band albums; this incarnation was the obvious model for both Blood Sweat & Tears and Chicago, but Butterfield's ensemble was far grittier and more musically adventurous.

Producer: Bruce Harris; Bruce Harris (Compilation)

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Elvin Bishop
Muze Guest Artist Mike Bloomfield
Muze Guest Artist David Sanborn
Muze Guest Artist Al Kooper
Muze Guest Artist Merry Clayton

Artist Overview

Singer/harmonica player Paul Butterfield and his band were from Chicago and well-schooled in that city's urban blues scene. Their first two albums of modernized Chicago blues not only created a critical stir, but led to large-scale interest in electric blues amongst the then-embryonic hippie generation. Members of the Butterfield band (most notably guitar whiz Mike Bloomfield) also played a key role in rock history by helping Bob Dylan along in his transition to electric music. Butterfield's 1966 album EAST-WEST was strikingly prescient in its incorporation of Eastern modalities. By the mid-'70s he was getting into the post-Woodstock rural vibe with his BETTER DAYS band. Though Butterfield's salad days were far behind him when he passed away in the late-'80s, he had changed both the blues and rock worlds irrevocably.

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Last Waltz (Live)
Muze Music Compilations Vol. 4-Harmonica Classics
Muze Music Compilations Blues Brothers 2000
Muze Music Compilations Come To The Mountain: old Time Music

Associated Artists and Works

Ford, Robben

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 01/20/1998
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1997
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 62124
Music Label Name Label : Elektra (Label)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00075596212427

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly (2/13/98, p.71)
- "...eloquently attests to the PBBB's formidable mastery of da blues, as well as its ability to stretch the genre's ostensible limitations to the snapping point..." - Rating: A

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