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Paul Butterfields Better Days - Paul Butterfields Better Days (CD, Album)

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  1. JoJojas says:
    Apr 21,  · The group Better Days, feat. Paul Butterfield, with "Baby Please Don't Go" from the Bearsville/Warner Bros. release.
  2. Bralkree says:
    Mar 06,  · Paul Butterfield's Better Days has a terrific backing band, including Amos Garrett and Geoff Muldaur on guitars, Ronnie Baron on keyboards and others. The heavy electric version of the "New Walking Blues" on this record is one of the most moving interpretations of this Robert Johnson classic/5(3).
  3. Vugami says:
    Paul Butterfield's Better Days - It All Comes Back ( us, fabulous blues rock, japan extra track edition) After 's Live and the following year's studio effort Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smilin', Butterfield broke up his band and parted ways with Elektra.
  4. Molkree says:
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  5. Araran says:
    Paul Butterfields Better Days this is prob his best album butterfield is one of the best white blues players to come along. Amos Garrett and Geoff Mauldaur playing in Better Days such a great variety of music and always the harmonica of Mr Paul Butterfield. Been playing this CD non stop the last few days. Has really grown on me/5(44).
  6. Fecage says:
    Find Paul Butterfield's Better Days bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic.
  7. Arashishicage says:
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  8. JoJozragore says:
    Paul Vaughn Butterfield (December 17, – May 4, ) was an American blues harmonica player, singer and band leader. After early training as a classical flautist, he developed an interest in blues harmonica. He explored the blues scene in his native Chicago, where he met Muddy Waters and other blues greats, who provided encouragement and opportunities for him to join in jam sessions.

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