℗ 1971 Elektra Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
 

Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smilin'

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

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1.1
Play On
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3:34
1.2
1000 Ways
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
4:48
1.3
Pretty Woman
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3:48
1.4
Little Piece of Dying
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3:30
1.5
Song for Lee
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
3:46
1.6
Trainman
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
5:47
1.7
Night Child
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
4:26
1.8
Drowned in My Own Tears
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
5:18
1.9
Blind Leading the Blind (Remastered 97" Version)
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band; David Sanborn; Dennis Whitted; Gene Dinwiddie; Mike Bloomfield; Paul Butterfield; Paul Rothchild; Ralph Wash; Rod Hicks; Steve Madaio; Trevor Lawrence
4:01
Total Playing Time    38:58
Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smilin' is the 1971 release of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. By this time, the band included a four-piece horn section in what has been described as a "big-band Chicago blues with a jazz base." The soul influenced album was the last one released before the group disbanded.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters

192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters`

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