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The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

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1
Love March
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:02:57

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone, Writer - Philip Wilson, Drums - Phillip Wilson, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

2
No Amount of Loving
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:03:14

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals, Writer - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

3
Morning Sunrise
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:02:41

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals, Writer - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums - Phillip Wilson, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

4
Losing Hand
Charles Calhoun
00:03:36

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums - Charles Calhoun, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

5
Walkin' by Myself
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:04:30

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums - James A Lane, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

6
Except You
Mike Bloomfield
00:03:53

Jerry Ragavoy, Writer - Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

7
Love Disease
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:03:29

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone, Writer - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

8
Where Did My Baby Go
Jerry Ragovoy
00:04:23

Ted Harris, Piano - JERRY RAGOVOY, Writer - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

9
All in a Day
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:02:28

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums - Rod Hicks, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

10
So Far so Good
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:02:28

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums - Rod Hicks, Writer

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

11
Buddy's Advice
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:03:21

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar, Writer - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

12
Keep on Moving
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
00:05:02

Ted Harris, Piano - Buzz Feiten, Guitar - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, MainArtist - Mike Bloomfield, Guitar - Paul Butterfield, Vocals, Writer - Paul Rothchild, Producer - Gene Dinwiddie, Saxophone - Philip Wilson, Drums

1969 Elektra Entertainment 1969 Elektra Entertainment Company

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