The Butterfield Blues Band - In My Own Dream album FLAC
In My Own Dream is a 1968 album by The Butterfield Blues Band. It continued the trend of its predecessor The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw in moving towards a more soul-oriented sound, supported by a first rate horn section, (featuring a young David Sanborn), but was not so well-received either by critics or the public as its predecessor. The title cut features a long solo by Sanborn. The drums were handled by Philip Wilson, who went on to jazz renown in the Art Ensemble of Chicago.
Just to Be with You, 06:12. Mornin' Blues, 04:58.
Album · 1967 · 7 Songs. Released: 31 Dec 1967. 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured and Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. More By The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. See All. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw.
Their original debut album was scrapped, then re-recorded after the addition of organist Mark Naftalin. Finally, their self-titled debut, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, was released in 1965. It had an immediate impact, serving as a wakeup call for a generation of musicians. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band was signed to Elektra Records after adding Michael Bloomfield as lead guitarist.
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Take The Album At Hand, In My Own Dream By The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Their Fourth Official Release (Though Two Others Have Since Gone Into Their Discography At Earlier Points), It Marked The Point Where The Band Really Began To Lose Its Audience, And All For Reasons Having Nothing To Do With The Quality Of Their Music. They'd Gotten Past The Loss Of Michael Bloomfield In Early 1967, Over Which They'd Surrendered Some Of Their Audience Of Guitar Idolaters, With The Engagingly Titled (And Guitar-Focused) Resurrection Of Pigboy Crabshaw. Artist: Butterfield Blues Band Title: In My Own Dream Genre: Blues Type: New - LP Label: Elektra Catalog ID: EKS 74025 Country: USA Our ID: 13630. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Supported by a horn section (featuring David Sanborn), this fourth official release is a fantastic mix of jazz, blues and soul.
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|A1||Last Hope's Gone
Written-By – Sanborn*, Haynie*, Butterfield*
|A2||Mine To Love
Written-By – Maugh*
|A3||Get Yourself Together
Written-By – Maugh*
|A4||Just To Be With You
Written-By – Roth*
Written-By – Maugh*
Written-By – Bishop*
|B3||In My Own Dream
Written-By – Butterfield*
- Art Direction – William S. Harvey
- Artwork [Cover] – Gene Szafran
- Bass – Bugsy Maugh
- Drums, Congas – Phillip Wilson
- Guitar – Elvin Bishop, Paul Butterfield (tracks: B3)
- Keyboards – Naffy Markahm*
- Leader, Harmonica – Paul Butterfield
- Liner Notes – Alfred G. Aronowitz
- Mandolin – Gene Dinwiddie (tracks: B3)
- Organ – Al Kooper (tracks: A4, B2)
- Piano – Keith Johnson (tracks: B2)
- Producer – John Court
- Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Sanborn*
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Tambourine – Gene Dinwiddie
- Trumpet – Keith Johnson
- Vocals – Bugsy Maugh (tracks: A2, B1), Elvin Bishop (tracks: B2), Paul Butterfield (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Phillip Wilson (tracks: A3)
Notes"The Icebag Four" vocal group:
Bugsy Maugh, Gene Dinwiddie, Phillip Wilson, John Court
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): EKS 74025A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): EKS 74025B
|EKS-74025||The Butterfield Blues Band*||In My Own Dream (LP, Album, All)||Elektra||EKS-74025||US||1968|
|EKS-74025||The Butterfield Blues Band*||In My Own Dream (LP, Album, Gol)||Elektra||EKS-74025||Germany||1968|
|LP 5098||The Butterfield Blues Band*||In My Own Dream (LP, Album, RE, 180)||Sundazed Music||LP 5098||US||2002|
|SJET 8102||The Butterfield Blues Band*||In My Own Dream (LP, Album, Promo)||Elektra||SJET 8102||Japan||1968|
|CFU01079||The Butterfield Blues Band*||In My Own Dream (HDCD)||Culture Factory||CFU01079||France||2015|