Paul Butterfield Blues Band / The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw
Artist Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Title The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw
Format CD
Released 1967
Label Wmg
1. One More Headache (3:41)
(Jobete Music Co. BMI/Marv Tarplin/Robert Roger/Robinson, White, Moore, Rogers & Tarplin/Ronald White/Warren Moore/William "Smokey" Robinson)
2. Driftin' And Driftin' ( LP Version ) (9:09)
(Brown, Moore & Williams/Eddie Williams/Oscar Brown Jr./Travis Music BMI/Warren Moore)
3. Pity the Fool (6:05)
(D.Malone/Deadric Malone/Lion Music BMI)
4. Born Under a Bad Sign (4:10)
(B T jones-W Bell/Booker T. Jones/East Publishing Co. BMI/William Bell)
5. Run Out of Time (3:04)
(Butterfield, Peterson & Dinwiddie/Gene Dinwiddie/Milkmans Chivalree Inc. BMI/Butterfield, Paul/Peterson)
6. Double Trouble (5:42)
(Conrad Music BMI/Otis Rush)
7. Drivin' Wheel (5:58)
(Lion Music BMI/R.Sykes/Roosevelt Sykes)
8. Droppin' Out (2:21)
(Butterfield & Zimmerman/Milkmans Chivalree Inc. BMI/Butterfield, Paul/The Zimmerman)
9. Tollin' Bells (5:22)
Notes Review by Michael Erlewine In his third album, Butterfield adds a horn section and the direction of the group has started to veer away from straight Chicago-style blues toward a sound more influenced by R&B. By this time, Bloomfield has left the group and Elvin Bishop (aka Pigboy Crabshaw) takes over on lead guitar. A lot of great tunes here, like "Driftin' and Driftin."