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The Paul Butterfield Blues Band was signed to Elektra Records after adding Michael Bloomfield as lead guitarist. 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.

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  • Avatar for gombost
    Mike Bloomfield's guitar is so fluid, I love it.
  • Avatar for TobySligo123
    Not sure why I've only got 17 plays for these guys. Incredible.
  • Avatar for hjbardenhagen
    There is a live album with [artist]Buzz Feiten[/artist] on guitar from their [url=http://open.spotify.com/album/6lj2VKCdSr0NTtG5InBinq]Rockpalast gig on Spotify[/url]. He is also the guitarist of the [artist]Larsen-Feiten Band[/artist] aka Fullmoon, because they recorded an album with this title (also [url=http://open.spotify.com/album/2o6Msg95e8wLWlkhWbcF4L]streamable on Spotify[/url]).
  • Avatar for CLC5477
    If you ever want to introduce anyone to the Electic/Chicago Blues scene, play anything off of Butterfields first 3 albums. He includes many stylesof playing, along with various artists. He would use the harmonia as a tool to help you explore the depths of the blues. His bands include an awsome line-up of musicians, such as: Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop, & others. Give these first albums a listen & experience a defining sound in the blues.
  • Avatar for GreatBarcia
    so awesome!!!
  • Avatar for Metamorphic_
    Excuse me while I pick up my jaw from the floor...
  • Avatar for Metamorphic_
    Shake your money maker!
  • Avatar for JaredMackie
    In My Own Dream is vastly under rated.
  • Avatar for granpubah
    I can't believe Last.fm does not include Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw in the play list. It contines his absolute best studio work.
  • Avatar for Druid66
    Blues with feeling, indeed.

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