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Name:The Paul Butterfield Blues Band An Anthology; The Elektra Years (1997) (2 CDs) Lossless FLAC

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AMG Bio.txt (Size: 888.11 MB) (Files: 59)

 AMG Bio.txt

2.45 KB

 AMG Review.txt

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 Artwork

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  Booklet-01.jpg

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  Box Back.jpg

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  Box Front.jpg

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  CD-1.jpg

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  CD-2.jpg

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  Tray Inside.jpg

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 Disc 1

  01 - Born In Chicago.flac

19.30 MB

  02 - Lovin' Cup.flac

15.63 MB

  03 - One More Mile.flac

21.42 MB

  04 - Off The Wall.flac

13.67 MB

  05 - Come On In.flac

6.66 MB

  06 - Nut Popper #1.flac

14.03 MB

  07 - Ain't No Need To Go No Further, It's Too Late Brother.flac

15.41 MB

  08 - Born In Chicago.flac

19.10 MB

  09 - Shake Your Money Maker.flac

14.81 MB

  10 - Blues With A Feeling.flac

26.18 MB

  11 - Thank You Mr. Poobah.flac

22.99 MB

  12 - Our Love Is Driftin'.flac

21.24 MB

  13 - Mystery Train.flac

15.06 MB

  14 - Last Night.flac

25.51 MB

  15 - Walkin' Blues.flac

17.92 MB

  16 - I Got A Mind To Give Up Living.flac

28.56 MB

  17 - Work Song.flac

44.60 MB

  18 - All These Blues.flac

13.04 MB

  19 - East West.flac

70.89 MB

 Disc 2

  01 - One More Heartache.flac

21.26 MB

  02 - Double Trouble.flac

33.17 MB

  03 - Last Hope's Gone.flac

26.12 MB

  04 - Mornin' Blues.flac

29.24 MB

  05 - Just To Be With You.flac

35.12 MB

  06 - Get Yourself Together.flac

25.09 MB

  07 - In My Own Dream.flac

31.11 MB

  08 - Love March.flac

16.97 MB

  09 - Walkin' By Myself.flac

27.43 MB

  10 - Love Disease.flac

20.37 MB

  11 - Everything's Gonna Be Alright.flac

59.38 MB

  12 - Driftin' & Driftin'.flac

74.33 MB

  13 - Blind Leading The Blind.flac

22.75 MB

  14 - Song For Lee.flac

25.60 MB

 Notes.txt

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 thumb.jpg

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The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - An Anthology: The Elektra Years (1997) (2 CDs)

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band   An Anthology; The Elektra Years (1997) (2 CDs) Lossless FLAC preview 0

Includes:
Files by track, ripped at FLAC 8 using Easy CD-DA Extractor ([url]www.poikosoft.com[/url])
Tracks have full tags (including embedded thumbnail).
All artwork in jpgs at 300 d.p.i. Rotated and cropped losslessly using jpegcrop. (Includes 24 page booklet.)
AMG Bio.txt
AMG Review.txt
Notes.txt (which is simply these notes included in the torrent)

Bio from All Music:

With a style honed in the gritty blues bars of Chicago's south side, the Butterfield Blues Band was instrumental in bringing the sound of authentic Chicago blues to a young white audience in the mid-'60s, and although the band wasn't a particularly huge commercial success, its influence has been enduring and pervasive. The band was formed when singer and harmonica player Paul Butterfield met guitarist and fellow University of Chicago student Elvin Bishop in the early '60s. Bonding over a love of the blues, the pair managed to hijack Howlin' Wolf's rhythm section (bassist Jerome Arnold and drummer Sam Lay) and began gigging in the city's blues houses, where they were spotted in 1964 by producer Paul Rothchild, who quickly had them signed to Elektra Records. Guitar whiz Mike Bloomfield joined the band just before they entered the studio to record their debut album (and in time to be on-stage with the group when they backed up Bob Dylan at his infamous electric set at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival). Organist and pianist Mark Naftalin also came on board during the sessions for the self-titled The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, which was released by Elektra late in 1965. Lay became ill around this time, and his drum chair was taken by Billy Davenport, whose jazz and improvisational background came in handy during the recording of the band's second album, the Ravi Shankar-influenced East-West, released in 1966. Bloomfield departed to form Electric Flag in 1967, and Bishop handled all the lead guitar on the more R&B-oriented third album, The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw, which was released later that year and featured an entirely new rhythm section of Bugsy Maugh on bass and Phil Wilson on drums. Bishop and Naftalin left the band following the recording of 1968's In My Own Dream, and Butterfield drafted in 19-year-old guitarist Buzzy Feiten to help with the recording of 1969's Keep On Moving, which also featured the return of drummer Billy Davenport. After a live album in 1970 and the lackluster Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smilin', released in 1971, Butterfield put the band to rest. In retrospect, the Butterfield Blues Band had pretty much put their cards on the table in their first two albums, both of which are classics of the era, featuring a heady mixture of folk, rock, psychedelia, and even Indian classical music played over an embedded base of good old Chicago blues.

Taken from: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3jfoxqugldke~T21[/url]

All Music Album Review:

An Anthology -- The Elektra Years is a double-disc, 33-song set that offers a comprehensive overview of Paul Butterfield's eight years with the label. His first two albums, Paul Butterfield Blues Band and East-West, were seminal, groundbreaking records that blurred the boundaries between blues, jazz and rock, suggesting everything from blues-rock to psychedelia. They were stunning achievements which proved difficult to match, but Butterfield's remaining albums for the label all had a few good cuts. An Anthology does a nice job of rounding up those highlights, picking the best moments from uneven records; consequently, it's quite a valuable package for listeners who simply want a sampling from those later albums instead of purchasing them individually. Butterfield's first two albums remain necessary listens in their own right, but this set offers an excellent summary of his entire stint with Elektra.

Taken from: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:a9fqxqrjld0e[/url]

Amazon has this album: [url]http://www.amazon.com/Anthology-Paul-Butterfield-Blues-Band/dp/B000002HRB[/url]

Track List:

Disc 1:

01. Born In Chicago
02. Lovin' Cup
03. One More Mile
04. Off The Wall
05. Come On In
06. Nut Popper #1
07. Ain't No Need To Go No Further, It's Too Late Brother
08. Born In Chicago
09. Shake Your Money Maker
10. Blues With A Feeling
11. Thank You Mr. Poobah
12. Our Love Is Driftin'
13. Mystery Train
14. Last Night
15. Walkin' Blues
16. I Got A Mind To Give Up Living
17. Work Song
18. All These Blues
19. East West

Disc 2:

01. One More Heartache
02. Double Trouble
03. Last Hope's Gone
04. Mornin' Blues
05. Just To Be With You
06. Get Yourself Together
07. In My Own Dream
08. Love March
09. Walkin' By Myself
10. Love Disease
11. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
12. Driftin' & Driftin'
13. Blind Leading The Blind
14. Song For Lee

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