1968 remastered album. Sundazed.
Fabulous re-release and remastered version of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band ‘In My Own Dream’ on red Vinyl. Chicago born Paul Butterfield was instrumental in bringing the sound of authentic Chicago blues to a young white audience in the mid-'60s, and although the band wasn't a particularly huge commercial success, its influence has been enduring and pervasive serving as a wakeup call for a generation of musicians.
Fresh from their triumphant appearance at the Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band entered the studio to record their fourth album, ‘In My Own Dream’. It chronicles the evolution of the band, continuing to add elements of jazz and R&B to its traditional blues approach. The horn section, staffed by David San born, Gene Dinwiddie and Keith Johnson, was featured throughout the album, sharing the spotlight with guitarist Elvin Bishop and band leader Butterfields signature harmonica runs.
Lead vocal duties are split among the group, with Butterfield singing three songs, Bishop singing one, drummer Phillip Wilson on one and bassist Bugsy Maugh tackling two. Throughout the tracks, there is a spirit of a band being reborn and that exuberance jumps from the grooves with each listen. R
emastered from the original analog session tapes and pressed on highdefinition vinyl, this album shouldn't be in your dreams, it should be on your turntable!
Tracks: Last Hope’s Gone / Mine To Love / Get Yourself Together / Just To BeWith You / Morning Blues / Drunk Again / In My Own Dream