Rockpalast: Blues Rock Legends, Vol. 2 - Paul Butterfield
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Now for Buzzy Feiten fans, this is a great showcase for him and guitarist Peter Atanasoff if you like high notes and plenty of them. This is not intended to dog two excellent guitarists. Again, you spend the money and enjoy high on the neck blues scales at the speed of light. You do not have to worry about old Paul Butterfield getting in the way.
I would have liked to know that it was a semipro audio mix and that Paul was way down in the mix.
Paul's performance is ok and he seems to have been enjoying himself. If you think this might be the kind of thing you have experienced with Elvin Bishop, Mike Bloomfield, or Amos Garrett with a cool two guitar combo, or the "Better Days" band, or a horn section you may be disappointed. It's not that.
Does amazon give you credit you when you think something isn't good. Or maybe one of you want to buy mine really cheap! I won't give you your money back because you have been warned.
It's definitely worth buying and watching!!!
I did not find any problem with Paul Butterfield's vocals, or harmonica playing. He sounded good to me.
The line-up is as follows:
Paul Butterfield - vocals, harmonica
Peter Atanaoff - electric guitar
Buzzy Feiten - electric guitar - (THIS GUY IS AWESOME ON THE ELECTRIC GUITAR - HIS GUITAR PLAYING ALMOST MADE THIS A 5 STAR DVD, IN MY OPINION).
Bobby Vega - bass guitar
Ernest Carter - drums
The song set is as follows:
1.Rockpalast - Intro
3.One More Heartache
4.Fool in Love
5.New Walking Blues
8.Born Under a Bad Sign
9.Just When I Needed You Most
10.Interview (with Alan Bangs).
Overall, I would give this a good, solid 4 star rating. It's definitely worth buying and watching. Thanks!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unfortunately there aren't many (any) full Paul Butterfield shows out there so this erratic one will have to do. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Music Man
The band was hot in this performance and it's great to have a record of Buzzy Feiten with Butterfield (I have great memories of seeing one of the shows with this lineup back then). Read morePublished on September 14, 2009 by Dennis Charnoff