- Incredible performance live from the Record Plant
- Includes the entire KSAN FM broadcast
- Presented here together with background notes and images
Paul Butterfield's Better Days live from the Record Plant, Sausalito on December 30th 1973
Having broken up his legendary Blues Band in 1971, Paul Butterfield took a prolonged break, retreating to Woodstock. There he befriended the fine musicians who joined his next, slimmed-down outfit, Better Days. Playing a more rootsy form of blues, they released two fine albums.
This remarkable set performed at the Record Plant in Sausalito on December 30th 1973, broadcast on KSAN-FM and captures them on top form, with some great guitar from Amos Garrett.
It's presented here together with background notes and images.
- New Walkin' Blues
- Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It
- Broke My Baby's Heart
- Done A Lot Of Wrong Things
- He's Got All The Whiskey
- It All Comes Back
- Down In The Bottom
- Too Many Drivers