Editors’ Notes The Chicago blues sound is strong in Butterfield's playing. His single-note line harmonica solos recall the brisk, flowing melodic style of Sonny Boy Williamson II (“Don't Start Me to Talkin'”), and he also absorbed lessons in the art of the slow burn from the likes of James Cotton, whose long, vibrato textures on “Blues In My Sleep (‘Fore Day Blues)” point toward some of Butterfield's most joyous jam-session work.

SONG
ALBUM
Don't Start Me to Talkin' (Single)
2:36
 
Talk About Your Daddy
4:50
 
Moanin' at Midnight
2:56
 
Buzz Me, Babe
2:14
 
Blues In My Sleep ('Fore Day Blues)
5:26
 
Ramblin' Blues
2:42
 
You Got Me Dizzy
2:48
 
This Pain In My Heart
3:19
 
First Time I Met the Blues (1960 Single)
2:21
 
Louisiana Blues
2:54
 
Im In the Mood
2:21
 
Just One More Time
2:58
 

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