Keep On Moving is the fifth album by the Butterfield Blues Band, which was released in 1969. It continues in the same R&B/soul-influenced horn-driven direction as the band's 1968 album In My Own Dream. Keep On Moving reached number 102 in the Billboard Top LPs chart. Love March" (Gene Dinwiddie, Phil Wilson) - 2:58. No Amount of Loving" (Paul Butterfield) - 3:14. Morning Sunrise" (Paul Butterfield, Phil Wilson) - 2:41. Losing Hand" (Charles Calhoun) - 3:35. Walking By Myself" (James A. Lane) - 4:31.
City Blues Connection foundation member Juergen "J. Surrey dies at the age of 69 years in Bremen. The newpaper ies "J. as "substantial part of Bremen Blues szene". Your browser does not support the audio element. Second single "Keep Movin'", "Goin' Out" (both songs by Norbert Egger). Third LP "I Do Not Play No Rock'n'Roll" with. Norbert Egger (Bass, Rhythm, Solo & Slide Guitar, Vocals), Heiko Petcke (Blues Harp and Background Vocals), Peter Wills (Gesang), Matthias Hökendorf (Drums and Background Vocals).
City Blues Connection - Keep Movin' MP3 version RAR archive. 1377 downloads at 27 mb/s. City Blues Connection - Keep Movin' FLAC version RAR archive. 1353 downloads at 25 mb/s. Blues Harp, Backing Vocals – Heiko Petke (tracks: 1, 2). Drums, Backing Vocals – Matthias Hökendorf (tracks: 1, 2). Vocals, Electric Guitar, Producer, Bass – Norbert Egger (tracks: 1, 2). City Blues Connection - Keep Movin' download. Download City Blues Connection - Keep Movin'. Related mp3 flac albums.
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Butterfield's harp intertwining with the horn section sounds like a lost Junior Parker outtake and the Jimmy Rogers' penned "Walking by Myself," is the closest this band comes to the gutsy Windy City blues of its heyday. The remaining tracks aren't horrible, but tend to run out of ideas quickly, unfortunately making what may have been decent material (with a little more effort) sound premature
Album · 1968 · 12 Songs. An Anthology: The Elektra Years. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smilin'.
- Blues Harp, Backing Vocals – Heiko Petke (tracks: 1, 2)
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Matthias Hökendorf (tracks: 1, 2)
- Vocals, Electric Guitar, Producer, Bass – Norbert Egger (tracks: 1, 2)