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I don't know if I can begin to express just how good this 1965 album is.
In other words, you can pick up your guitar and play along with this album and work on your ear and timing instead of memorizing complex changes and patterns.
Such was the legendary mutual ambivalence between Paul Butterfield and Michael Bloomfield...the twin towers of the Butterfield Blues Band.
Oh yes, keep your foot tapping. Great voice, lyrics and melodies!Published 18 days ago by Laurelp52
It's been years since I heard this album in the 60's and have just re-acquired it. Probably the most important blues album to come out in the past 60 years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Really!
Great tracks on this album. I especially love 'screamin', 'last night' and 'thank you mr poobah'. I have this album and one just called 'live', played at the troubadour in LA,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by R