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Walter Horton & Paul Butterfield - An Offer You Can't Refuse mp3 download
Performer: Walter Horton
Title: An Offer You Can't Refuse
Released: 1997
Style: Chicago Blues
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AHX MIDI APE VQF VOX MP1 DTS
FLAC size: 1238 mb | MP3 size: 1798 mb | WMA size: 1409 mb
Genre: Blues

Harmonica, Lead Vocals – Walter Horton (tracks: A1 to A7). Lacquer Cut By – Denis Blackham. Layout – Wynne Dowling. Layout, Compiled By, Arranged By, Producer – Ian Sippen. Layout, Compiled By, Arranged By, Producer, Liner Notes – P. Shertser. Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Paul Butterfield (tracks: B1 to B6). Mastered By – Ian Sippen. Rhythm Guitar – Robert Nighthawk (tracks: A1 to A7). 메모.

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Walter Horton's material on this recording is some of the best music I have ever heard in my life. A great recording that's worth your money. If you are learning to play harmonica, this CD should be in your library; it will do more for you than most instructional books could ever do. –by pl500.

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An Offer You Can't Refuse 1973. In late 1964, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band was discovered by producer Paul Rothchild, and after adding lead guitarist Michael Bloomfield, they signed to Elektra and recorded several sessions for a debut album, the results of which were later scrapped. At first, there was friction between Butterfield and Bloomfield, since the harmonica man patterned his bandleading style after taskmasters like Howlin' Wolf and Little Walter; after a few months, though, their respect for each other's musical skills won out, and they began sitting in together at blues clubs around the city