August 10, 2015

DOUBLE DECKER: PAUL BUTTERFIELD Live at the Record Plant, Sausalito, CA; December 30, 1973. Live in Helsinki 1969

Who said white boys can't get the Blues?


PAUL BUTTERFIELD
Sausalito 1973
Live at the Record Plant, Sausalito, CA; December 30, 1973. 
Very good radio broadcast; slight hiss.

TRACK LIST:

Track 01. Intro
Track 02. Walkin’ Blues
Track 03. Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It
Track 04. Broke My Baby’s Heart
Track 05. Done a Lot of Wrong Things
Track 06. Piano intro
Track 07. He’s Got All the Whiskey
Track 08. It All Comes Back (fixed - thanks to 2yrsnojob)
Track 09. Down at the Bottom
Track 10. Too Many Drivers

Bonus; with Geoff Muldaur and Amos Garrett in the band
Track 11. Piano Intro
Track 12. He’s Got All the Whiskey
Track 13. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
Track 14. Please Send Me Somebody To Love
Paul Butterfield’s Better Days band included Amos Garrett (guitar), Geoff (guitar) and Maria Muldaur, Ronnie Barron (keyboards), Billy Rich (bass) and Chris Parker (drums)

UPDATED LINK April 17



Paul Butterfield Band - Live in Helsinki 1969

Live at Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki
January 14th, 1969

Tracklist

01 Tuning - Intro
02 One More Heartache
03 I've Got A Mind To Give Up Living
04 unknown title
05 Losing Hand
06 C.C. Rider
07 In My Own Dream
08 unknown title
09 Tollin' Bells

Personnel:
Paul Butterfield (vocals, harmonica, guitar)
Buzzy Feiten (guitar, piano, vocals)
Philip Wilson (drums, vocals)
Freddie Beckmeier (bass)
Gene Dinwiddie (tenor sax, flute, mandolin, vocals)
Keith Johnson (trumpet)
David Sanborn (alto sax)

UPDATED LINK April 17

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks. The '69 band is basically the one that played at Woodstock 8 months later. Featured a young David Sanborn.

367 said...

Please Re-up both LINK !!

Rippin Frog said...

DOUBLE DECKER: PAUL BUTTERFIELD
new links done

367 said...

many thanks!!