The Butterfield Blues Band* ‎– Keep On Moving

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A1 Love March
Written-By – Gene Dinwiddie, Philip Wilson*
2:56
A2 No Amount Of Loving
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Paul Butterfield
3:12
A3 Morning Sunrise
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Paul Butterfield, Philip Wilson*
2:40
A4 Losing Hand
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Charles Calhoun
3:33
A5 Walking By Myself
Arranged By – The Butterfield Blues Band*Written-By – Lane*
4:28
A6 Except You
Written-By – Jerry Ragovoy
3:52
B1 Love Disease
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Gene Dinwiddie
3:28
B2 Where Did My Baby Go
Written-By – Jerry Ragavoy*
4:37
B3 All In A Day
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Rod Hicks
2:26
B4 So Far So Good
Arranged By – Ted HarrisWritten-By – Rod Hicks
2:26
B5 Buddy's Advice
Arranged By – Buzzy Felton*, Jerry RagovoyWritten-By – Buzzy Felton*
3:19
B6 Keep On Moving
Arranged By – Paul Butterfield, Ted HarrisWritten-By – Paul Butterfield
5:02

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Recorded at the Hit Factory, New York.

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EKS 74053 The Butterfield Blues Band* Keep On Moving(LP, Album) Elektra EKS 74053 UK 1969 Sell This Version
EKS-74053 The Butterfield Blues Band* Keep On Moving(LP, Album) Elektra EKS-74053 US 1969 Sell This Version
WPCP-4156 The Butterfield Blues Band* Keep On Moving(CD, Album, RE) Elektra WPCP-4156 Japan 1991 Sell This Version
LP 5099 The Butterfield Blues Band* Keep On Moving(LP, Album, RE) Sundazed Music LP 5099 US 2006 Sell This Version
EKS-74053 The Butterfield Blues Band* Keep On Moving(LP, Album, Pit) Elektra EKS-74053 US 1969 Sell This Version

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chasbushong

chasbushong

June 9, 2014
Love this album. I saw this band a few times. It's a good sample of how they sounded live. They would have everyone on their feet from the downbeat. Didn't matter how stoned you were or how many great bands you saw that day. They looked hard-ass and greasy too. Then go on stage and kill one song after another.