The Paul Butterfield Blues Band East West Live 1966 1967

East West Live is a live album by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band.

We have three versions of the same instrumental song recorded at different venues:

  • The Whisky A Go-Go, Hollywood, California in the winter of 1966
  • Poor Richard’s, Chicago, in the spring of 1966
  • The Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California in the winter of 1967

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band East West Live

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The Songs On The Paul Butterfield Blues Band East West Live

  • East West version 1
  • East West version 2
  • East West version 3

The versions get longer, the second by about 3 minutes and the third is another 12 minutes longer.

Playing on the album are:

Elvin Bishop, Michael Bloomfield – guitars
Paul Butterfield – harmonica
Mark Naftalin – keyboards
Jerome Arnold – bass
Billy Davenport – drums

Sound quality isn’t very good because it was recorded on portable tape recorders by the keyboard player, Mark Naftalin. I recommend that you listen to the  or mp3 samples before buying.


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