The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1988-06-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1965 Elektra Entertainment

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Born In Chicago The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 3:08 USD 0.99
2
Shake Your Money-Maker The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 2:26 USD 0.99
3
Blues with a Feeling The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 4:24 USD 0.99
4
Thank You Mr. Poohbah The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 4:05 USD 0.99
5
I Got My Mojo Working The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 3:32 USD 0.99
6
Mellow Down Easy The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 2:51 USD 0.99
7
Screamin' The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 4:36 USD 0.99
8
Our Love Is Drifting The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 3:34 USD 0.99
9
Mystery Train The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 2:35 USD 0.99
10
Last Night The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 4:18 USD 0.99
11
Look Over Yonders Wall The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 2:27 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Wow! I'm blown away.

    5
    By Irishrainmaker
    If you love Chicago blues music and blues harmonica, buy this immediately.
  • I remember

    5
    By SqueakyRat
    Ron McKernan showing up with this LP in his clutches at a hang-out in Palo Alto, in 1965 I suppose. He put in on the turntable and changed our musical world.
  • The Problem with iTunes, CD's etc is:

    5
    By Longbranchno4
    Little things that you just don't find out that are on the original vinyl. Like where it says " "We suggest that you play this record at the highest possible volume in order to fully appreciate the sound of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band." Liner notes are priceless sociological insight into the band and the times in which the original music was published. It is a shame that the same sort of thing is not available digitally. The band however is just as great on iTunes as it is on vinyl- just remember to play it loud for full appreciation.
  • Butterfield , Yeah!!!

    5
    By Wells Street Kid
    This is timeless, and forever great and iconic music as I remember it.
  • My favorite Blues album

    5
    By chmayer
    Agreeing with the reviews here! This album was given to me in 1966 by a boyfriend who played in a Blues band. Yep, white kids in the Chicago 'burbs. I bought the CD, now some iTunes, and I still think this album is incredibly good. (No doubt Blues Bro John Belushi had this album, too.) Tip: If you like this, Eric Clapton's "Sweet Home Chicago" is a must.
  • Yeah...

    5
    By mgael
    They just don't walk the tightrope like this anymore
  • one of the baddest harp players ever!!!!!!!!

    5
    By huckleberry quick
    This album changed my life!
  • underrated

    5
    By 11:30 Band
    This album helped launch the blues craze in Chicago during the mid 60's. Butterfied and Bloomfield are a great combo. It's a shame it only lasted 2 albums. A must for any true blues fan.
  • Butterfield/Bloomfield Perfection

    5
    By Buffalo Bobby
    This is it! Just buy it. Listen to it. Listen to it over and over again. Learn Grasshopper, learn.