Paul Butterfield Live New York 1970


The Beautiful clean sound on this VINYL album is amazing. Considering it was recorded in 1970, it’s extremely amazing. Clean  sound on every instrument, and there’s plenty of musicians to get recorded here. In addition to Paul Butterfield on vocals & harmonica, you have David Sanborn (yes, that David Sanborn) on alto sax, Gene Dinwiddle on tenor sax (he also co-wrote “Love March” on side 4), Dennis Whitted on drums, Steve Madaio on Trumpet, Rod Hicks on bass (also wrote 2 songs on the album), Ralph Walsh on guitars, & Trevor Lawrence on baritone sax. The album starts with one of the best versions of “Born Under A Bad Sign” that I’ve ever heard. The album continues on an upward spiral from there. There are bass & drum solos, that I could’ve lived without, but, this WAS the way that the concert went.  The album was released by Butterfield’s son, Gabriel. Whether you’re a fan of Rock or Blues, you will love this album. I give this 5 out of 5 Music Guru Stars.


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