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Butterfield Blues Band - A Man And His Blues / Where Did My Baby Go flac album

Butterfield Blues Band - A Man And His Blues / Where Did My Baby Go flac album Performer: Butterfield Blues Band
Title: A Man And His Blues / Where Did My Baby Go
Style: Interview
MP3 album: 1412 mb
FLAC album: 1452 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: ASF WMA DTS MIDI MP3 DMF MPC
Genre: Rock / Blues / Records

Yeah, baby, loving's sweeter than honey You're now gone with all my money now Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? I've been trying not to, baby So far to tell me some news I can't do without that woman I paid my dues, yeah, all right now Where's she gone, that woman now Probably with a man carrying a big guitar Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? Took advance on a train around I'm gonna lay myself on the ground Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? I want to know, baby, please won't you tell me now Yeah, yeah, tell me, baby Where did my baby.

Yeah, baby, loving's sweeter than honey You're now gone with all my money now Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? I've been trying not to, baby So far to tell me some news I can't do without that woman I paid my dues, yeah, all right now Where's she gone, that woman now Probably with a man carrying a big guitar Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? Took advance on a train around I'm gonna lay myself on the ground Where did my baby go? Where did my baby go? I want to know, baby, please won't you tell me now Yeah, yeah, tell me, baby Where did my baby.

East-West is the second album by The Butterfield Blues Band, released in 1966 on Elektra Records, EKS 7315 in stereo, EKL 315 in mono. It was recorded at the famed Chess Studios on 2120 South Michigan Avenue in Chicago. It peaked at on the Billboard pop albums chart, but is regarded as highly influential by rock and blues music historians. Like the band's record debut, this album features traditional blues covers and the guitar work of Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop.

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is the debut album by Paul Butterfield, released in 1965 on Elektra Records, EKS 7294 in stereo, EKL 294 in mono. It peaked at on the Billboard pop albums chart. In 2003, the album was ranked number 476 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, moving up to number 468 in the revised 2012 list, and also is ranked at on Down Beat magazine's list of the top 50 blues albums.

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Where Did My Baby Go. 3:17. Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Going Back Home. Chris Barber and His Jazz Band, Monty Sunshine – Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home. The Riverside Hot Band – Baby Won't You Please Come Home. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 1964 The Original Lost Elektra Sessions – 12 Take Me Back Baby. The Famous Jug Band – Baby Please Come Home.

Chicago boy does the blues - and his own - most proud; and very well. It only took 15 years or so (when I first heard Santana state his first Blues Band was greatly influenced by the PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND) that I finally purchased Butterfield's first album (also bought East-West)  . Great, timeless blues from a band that's really 'tight' (in the good way) - excellent vocals, guitar, harmonica. This is the baby of music today. The atoms collided here and created a base for all the kinds of music today.

They also adopted the psychedelic flower power stance of the era, as evidenced by a few selections, the rather oblique title, and the stunning pastiche art work on the cover. by Michael G. Nastos.

Their original debut album was scrapped, then re-recorded after the addition of organist Mark Naftalin. Finally, their self-titled debut, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, was released in 1965. It had an immediate impact, serving as a wakeup call for a generation of musicians. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band was signed to Elektra Records after adding Michael Bloomfield as lead guitarist.

Tracklist

A A Man And His Blues (interview)
B Where Did My Baby Go

Notes

very rare promo pressing of "where" that features an interview with Paul as the A side