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Playlist of Paul Butterfield

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band

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    Paul Vaughn Butterfield - ( December 17, 1942) - Chicago, Illinois - - (May 4, 1987) - North, Hollywood, Los Angeles - Blues Band ( Walking Blues - Live 1978 )
    PAUL BUTTERFIELD - MIKE BLOOMFIELD - AND BLUES BAND

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    The Greatness of Paul Butterfield

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    First we see Mike Bloomfield praising his friend and soul mate Paul Butterfield, the footage recorded on July 23rd, 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival. I attached to it the well-known video from Monterey Pop Festival,June 1967, at the Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California. Personnel: Paul Butterfield - Vocals, harmonica; Elvin Bishop - Lead guitar; Mark Naftalin - Keyboards; Jerome Arnold - Bass; Billy Davenport - Drums; Keith Johnson - Trumpet; Gene Dinwiddie - Sax; David Sanborn - Sax.

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Driftin Blues

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Driftin' Blues (Monterey 1967)

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    Paul Butterfield & Mike Bloomfield - Walking by Myself

    7:08

    From the second reunion gig of members of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Paul Butterfield - harp, vocals, Mike Bloomfield - guitar, Mark Naftalin - piano, John Kahn - bass, and Billy Mundi - drums. Location: Fenway Theater, Boston - December 10-11 1971.
    Video Recording © 1971, 2013 Robert C Lewis.
    This is a fragment of the video at:

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan, B B King, Albert King, Paul Butterfield - The Sky Is Crying

    6:57

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    Study in Paul Butterfield blues harmonica

    9:15

    Brand New Logo and Facelift at:
    In this video I analyze and break down a short solo from the
    song Mary Mary from the album East West. Here is the link to
    YouTube video with audio for the exact audio of song I'm using:

    Hope you enjoy and check out my website for more in depth
    harmonica instruction via my live online classes:

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    PAUL BUTTERFIELD - Everythings Gonna Be Alright

    8:36

    Paul Butterfield (1942 - 1987) was an American blues vocalist and harmonica player who gained international recognition in part as one of the acts performing at the original Woodstock Festival.His band played in the morning hours of Monday, the 18th. The starting time is supposed to be 6.00 am.By the time of Woodstock the Paul Butterfield Blues Band has abandoned its roots of Chicago Blues. The horn section adds a big band touch to the music which reminds of Blood, Sweat & Tears at times. Only the slow number Driftin' and Driftin' shows the virtue of Paul Butterfield's harmonica playing.

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Two Trains Running

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Two Trains Running

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    The Butterfield Blues Band - The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw 1967

    45:51

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    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    Paul Butterfield - vocals, harmonica RIP
    Elvin Bishop - guitar
    Mark Naftalin - keyboards
    Bugsy Maugh - bass, vocals (B3)
    Phil Wilson - drums
    Gene Dinwiddie - tenor saxophone RIP
    David Sanborn - alto saxophone
    Keith Johnson - trumpet

    Tracks Listing

    A1.One More Heartache
    A2.Driftin' and Driftin'
    A3.Pity the Fool
    A4.Born Under a Bad Sign
    B1.Run Out of Time
    B2.Double Trouble
    B3.Drivin' Wheel
    B4.Droppin' Out
    B5.Tollin' Bells

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band at Newport 1965

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band at Newport Folk Festival 1965
    rec. July 23, 1965 at an afternoon workshop called Blues: Origins and Offshoots (late addition to the festival's roster – advertisements for the concert series make no mention of the group); Paul Butterfield, voc, hca; Michael Bloomfield, g; Elvin Bishop, g; Jerome Arnold, b; Sam Lay, dr; prob. Nick Gravenites, backgr voc; * Bruce Langhorne, tamb
    ... these recordings first published on and taken from Vanguard VCD2-77005 (2 CD set, US/Germany 1993) Blues With A Feeling - Recorded live at the Newport Folk Festival
    - Blues With A Feeling (0:00)
    - Look Over Yonders Wall (4:12)
    - Born In Chicago (6:20) *

    Paul Butterfield Blues Band b/w photos by David Gahr; color photo by John Rudoff

    Newport Folk Festival discography at

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    THE BAND & PAUL BUTTERFIELD - Mystery Train - 1976

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    THE BAND & PAUL BUTTERFIELD - Mystery Train - 1976

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    Born in Chicago - Rick Danko & Paul Butterfield

    6:03

    Paul Butterfield - Harmonica, Vocals
    Rick Danko - Bass, Vocals
    Blondie Chaplin - Guitar, Vocals
    Rick Belke - Guitar
    Tom Stevenson - Piano
    Ron McRory - Drums
    Terry Williams - Video Director
    Thomas Lofstrom - Technical Director
    Steve Ramsey - Camera

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    Paul Butterfield - The thrill is gone

    9:52

    Paul Butterfield - The thrill is gone
    with
    Ricky Sebastian - drums
    Frank Gravis - bass guitar
    Danny Draher - guitar

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    Paul Butterfield & Mike Bloomfield - Shake Your Money Maker

    4:21

    From the second reunion gig of members of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Paul Butterfield - harp, vocals, Mike Bloomfield - guitar, Mark Naftalin - piano, John Kahn - bass, and Billy Mundi - drums. Location: Fenway Theater, Boston - December 10-11 1971.
    Video Recording © 1971, 2013 Robert C Lewis.
    This is a fragment of the video at:

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    East-West

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    Provided to YouTube by Elektra Asylum

    East-West · The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    East West

    ℗ 1968 Elektra Entertainment Company

    Guitar: Elvin Bishop
    Bass Guitar: Jerome Arnold
    Organ: Mark Naftalin
    Guitar: Mike Bloomfield
    Vocals: Paul Butterfield
    Producer: Paul Rothchild
    Drums: Sam Lay
    Writer: Bloomfield
    Writer: Gravenites

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Paul Butterfield, Rick Danko, Carlos Santana and Elvin Bishop - Walkin Blues - 9/29/1984

    11:10

    A Tribute to Bill Graham - Paul Butterfield, Rick Danko, Carlos Santana and Elvin Bishop - Walkin' Blues
    Recorded Live - Marin Civic Auditorium - San Rafael, CA
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    Paul Butterfield - Nobodys Fault But Mine

    8:54

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Walkin Blues

    3:20

    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Walkin' Blues

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    Born in Chicago-Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    3:04

    Born in Chicago by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

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    B.B. King Feat. Eric Clapton & Paul Butterfield - The Thrill Is Gone - Los Angeles 1987

    6:58

    From the DVD/CD-Set A Night Of Blistering Blues

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops. Greetings from the Black Forest!

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    Paul Butterfield - In My Own Dream

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    Paul Butterfield's masterpiece, In My Own Dream from 1968. It is still a masterpiece. It is from the album of the same name. The lineup is spectacular & the music is on the cutting edge for the times. Enjoy! The Butterfield Blues Band: Paul Butterfield (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Elvin Bishop (vocals, guitar); Bugsy Maugh (vocals, bass); Philip Wilson (vocals, drums); Gene Dinwiddie (mandolin, tenor saxophone, flute, tambourine, background vocals); David Sanborn (soprano, alto & baritone saxophones); Keith Johnson (trumpet, piano); Mark Naftalin (keyboards).

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    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Born in Chicago

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    Born in Chicago written by Nick Gravenites was recorded in September 1965 by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band for their debut album The Paul Butterfield Blues Band released by Elektra Records in October 1965 and available on CD. Personnel include Paul Butterfield: vocals and harmonica, Michael Bloomfield: guitar, Elvin Bishop: guitar, Jerome Arnold: bass, Sam Lay: drums, Mark Naftalin: keyboards. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by WMG & UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    The Butterfield Blues Band - In My Own Dream 1968

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    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    Paul Butterfield - vocals, harmonica RIP
    Elvin Bishop - guitar
    Mark Naftalin - keyboards
    Bugsy Maugh - bass, backing vocals
    Phil Wilson - drums
    Gene Dinwiddie - tenor saxophone RIP
    David Sanborn - alto saxophone
    Keith Johnson - trumpet

    Tracks Listing

    A1.Last Hope's Gone
    A2.Mine to Love
    A3.Get Yourself Together
    A4.Just to Be With You
    B1.Morning Blues
    B2.Drunk Again
    B3.In My Own Dream

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    John Lee Hooker with Foghat and Paul Butterfield | Crawlin Kingsnake, 1971

    4:25

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    The Butterfield Blues Band - Pity The Fool

    6:07

    Take from The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw (1967)

    oh, I'm Pity The Fool, to fall in love with you!

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    Paul Butterfield on David Letterman 1985 Late Night

    2:57

    Paul Butterfield is sitting in with Paul Shaffer and the Late Night Band performing Why Are People Like That ?. 1985

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    Slowdown Paul Butterfield

    5:18

    Woodstock, Bearsville NY 1977. With Levon Helm Dr.John and David Sanborn.

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band – I Was Born In Chicago

    1:19

    Newport Folk Festival, 1965. From Murray Lerner's newly restored FESTIVAL (1967).

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    JANIS JOPLIN & PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND- one night stand.

    3:10

    Blues

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    Paul Butterfield everything gonna be alright Woodstock

    4:40

    Pretty good to be a white guy!

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    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band East West Live 1966

    12:42

    Live at the Whisky A Go-Go
    Hollywood California,1966

    Paul Butterfield-harmonica/maracas
    Mike Bloomfield-guitar
    Elvin Bishop-guitar
    Mark Naftalin-keyboards
    Jerome Arnold-bass
    Billy Davenport-drums

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    Paul Butterfield Mike Bloomfield Reunion Boston 1971

    40:37

    Fenway Theater, Boston - on December 10-11 1971 - a reunion gig of several members of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band -
    Paul Butterfield - harp vocals
    Mike Bloomfield - guitar
    Mark Naftalin - piano
    John Kahn - bass
    Billy Mundi - drums
    Video Recording © 1971,

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Instrumental

    1:54

    Newport Folk Festival, 1965. From Murray Lerner's newly restored FESTIVAL (1967).

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    PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND - fillmore west / paradiso, amsterdam

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    FILLMORE WEST 1.born in chicago 2.willow tree 3.my baby 4.kansas city 5.work song w/bill graham outro PARADISO 6. intro/one more heartache 7.i've got a mind to give up living 8.everything's gonna be alright 9.get out of my life woman 10.all your love/outro

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Work Song

    7:57

    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Work Song

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    THE PAUL BUTTERFIELD BAND - Born Under A Bad - 1978

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    THE PAUL BUTTERFIELD BAND - Born Under A Bad - 1978

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    CHUCK BERRY - PAUL BUTTERFIELD - MIKE BLOOMFIELD - IT WASNT ME/SAD DAY, LONG NIGHT

    5:18


    1965. Chuck Berry records with Paul Butterfield (harmonica) and Mike Bloomfield (guitar) of The Butterfield Blues Band.
    THE IMPACT OF BLUES on rock acts of the ’60s and ’70s was clear, but the truth is it's influenced just about everything we listen to today.

    The music is the art of expressing feelings. It is a tool to express what is going on in the soul, the heart and mind

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    Paul Butterfields Better Days - Please Send Me Someone To Love

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    Paul Butterfield's Better Days - Please Send Me Someone To Love

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    Born in Chicago - Paul Butterfield Blues Band is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - 2015

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    ZAC BROWN & TOM MORELLO
    (WITH PAUL SHAFFER BAND)
    (47)
    0:04:40 8:14:45
    ([8 total]: Zac Brown (vocals), Tom Morello (guitar), Jason Ricci
    (harmonica), Paul Shaffer Band (5) = Paul Shaffer (MD/keys),
    Felicia Collins (guitar), Anton Fig (drums), Sid McGinnis (guitar),
    Willie Weeks (bass)

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - At Woodstock 1969. Mono-Mix off 1970 Cotillion LP.

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    The DJ Mono LP album(Also known as Monaural) of Woodstock 1969 Concert Festival shown in the first image of the video slide show is very hard to find. So I made a mono mix from the Cotillion stereo LP album and also from a Maxell XL2S Chrome Cassette Tape with Woodstock 69 recorded on it that featured slightly longer versions than the LP did in some cases, or where a few of the LP tracks have rather severe scratches, making it difficult to use them on here. The cassette tape was obtained from thrift shop, and is in new like condition. I was not happy with how the stereo mix sounded through headphones with the un-balanced sounding stereo mix made under harsh conditions at the Live event in August of 1969. The engineers did a very good job considering the conditions that they had to endure during the 3 day event in relation to weather and technical problems that came up from time to time. A Timeless Event in Rock Music History.

    Recorded with stereo components on my channel background photo.

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band with Buzz Feiten The Thrill is Gone

    6:02

    Buzz Feiten Glen Gerard Freundl Peter Atanazof Fred Beckmeir Lynn Coulter

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    Paul Butterfield Mine to Love

    4:20

    The only song from this (In My Own Dream - 1968) album that was lacking on youtube until now. :D Two people even uploaded Just To Be with You, which is imo next best thing to the song Album got its name after.

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    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Goin Down Slow

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    These recordings are from 1964 and were to be on the first Paul Butterfield Band album. They were scrapped for some reason and their first album was recorded soon afterward. This is Butterfield's version of Jimmy Oden's, Goin' Down Slow, from 'The Paul Butterfield Blues Band: The Original Lost Elektra Sessions which was recorded in 1964 and was released in 1995. (The recordings were in a vault for the 30 years in between.) Enjoy!

    *Please note the music stops at 4:40. The track runs to 6:02. At 5:25 studio chatter starts in. I did not cut the track, so there is a blank space between the music and the chatter.


    Paul Butterfield Blues Band:
    Paul Butterfield -- vocals, harmonica
    Elvin Bishop -- guitar
    Mike Bloomfield -- guitar & piano
    Jerome Arnold -- bass
    Sam Lay -- drums

    * Mark Naftalin -- keyboards. Mark Naftalin had not joined the group yet when this album was recorded. I named him since he is so linked with the group.

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    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Love Disease

    4:02

    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Live

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    Levon Helm: A Lesson from Paul Butterfield

    4:37

    In May of 1998 I interviewed Levon and his band and created a short documentary on the making of their tenth album Jubilation. After the interview with Levon, Mr. Helm, knowing I loved playing the harp, offered to teach me something he'd been taught by Paul Butterfield. Yes!

    My dear friend and collaborator on the shoot, Gil Ross, had the presence of mind to push the record button on my camera and capture this in between moment. It's Levon the legend mentoring an amateur musician --- giving the gift -- direct from Paul to Levon - to me. And now to you!

    Thanks to our production team, Gil Ross, Tom Leavens and Kevin Devick. And again, eternal thanks to The Band for their gracious acceptance of our film making efforts. It will always be one of my fondest shoots.

    In remembrance and celebration of Mr. Levon Helm we share this humble out-take. A music lesson from Levon.

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    MIKE BLOOMFIELD

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    Newport Folk Festival

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    MIKE BLOOMFIELD - born in chicago

    1:48

    Newport Folk Festival.

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    The Band - Mystery Train

    6:56

    The Band - Mystery Train (with Paul Butterfield)
    Recorded Live: 11/25/1976 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    The Band:
    Rick Danko - bass, fiddle, vocals / Levon Helm - drums, mandolin, vocals / Garth Hudson - organ, piano, accordion, synthesizers, soprano saxophone, violin / Richard Manuel - piano, organ, drums, clavinet, dobro, vocals / Robbie Robertson - guitar, piano, vocals

    Horn Section:
    Richard Cooper - trumpet, flugelhorn / James Gordon - flute, tenor saxophone, clarinet / Jerry Hay - trumpet, flugelhorn / Howard Johnson - tuba, baritone saxophone, flugelhorn, bass clarinet / Charlie Keagle - clarinet, flute, saxophone / Tom Malone - trombone, euphonium, alto flute

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    Paul Butterfield - To Tell The Truth TV Show

    9:37

    Title says it all...sometime in the mid to late 60's I'd guess...

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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Live at Winterland Ballroom - Countryside

    8:20

    Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Live at Winterland Ballroom
    Countryside

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