Bob Lind - Elusive Butterfly: The Complete Jack Nitzsche Sessions album
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Bob Lind (born Robert Neale Lind, November 25, 1942, Baltimore, Maryland) is an American folk music singer-songwriter who helped define the 1960s folk rock movement in America and England.
Elusive Butterfly: The Complete Jack Nitzsche Sessions.
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59 USD. Re-mastered from the original World Pacific album tapes, and with notes that tell Bob's story in his own words, this is a set that no lover of '60s singer songwriters will want to pass up. Track List.
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Elusive Butterfly" is a popular song written by Bob Lind, released as a single in December 1965, which reached on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the adult contemporary chart in the spring of 1966. In Australia, Lind's "Elusive Butterfly" entered the charts on April 10, 1966 and spent three weeks at during July 1966. In the song the narrator sees himself as a butterfly hunter. He is looking for romance, but he finds it as elusive as a butterfly.
Elusive Butterfly" is a popular song by Bob Lind released in 1966, which reached on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was also recorded and released in 1966 in the UK by the Irish singer Val Doonican. The Doonican and Lind versions both charted in the UK and both (first Doonican's version, then Lind's) peaked at in the UK charts in March/April 1966; it is possible the Lind version might have proved a bigger UK hit, had the rival Doonican version not been recorded and released
Meanwhile, noted arranger Jack Nitzsche was looking for material for artists he was producing. Lenny Waronker, the head of Metric Music, called Lind in to play Nitzsche some of his songs. I thought that was the dumbest idea I could imagine. I knew who he was and I even had a copy of his Lonely Surfer album. May 1966 saw the opportunistic release of an album titled The Elusive Bob Lind. I was 17 when I made that album. Finding You Again and Elusive Butterfly: The Complete Jack Nitzsche Sessions are in catalogue at Ace. By Mick Patrick. With thanks to Bob Lind for the interview and to Dawn Eden, Spencer Leigh, Martin Roberts and Ben Vaughn for additional quotes. For full details see releases/products below.
|3||You Should Have Seen It||2:57|
|6||Unlock The Door||4:08|
|7||Truly Julie's Blues (I'll Be There)||2:51|
|9||The World Is Just A "B" Movie||3:59|
|10||Cheryl's Goin' Home||2:06|
|11||It Wasn't Just The Morning||2:47|
|12||I Can't Walk Roads Of Anger||3:39|
|13||Go Ask Your Man||2:18|
|14||Oh Babe Take Me Home||3:35|
|15||West Virginia Summer's Child||2:11|
|17||San Francisco Woman||2:55|
|18||The World Is Just A "B" Movie Meets Reno, Funtown U.S.A.||2:48|
|19||A Nameless Request||2:12|
|20||Remember The Rain||2:46|
|21||I Just Let It Take Me||2:34|
|22||We've Never Spoken||2:10|
|23||I Can't Walk Roads Of Anger (Unedited Version)||4:27|
|24||Whose Is The Funeral (Demo)||3:34|
|25||Bring It All Down (Demo)||3:04|
- Marketed By – Ace Records Ltd.
- Distributed By – Ace Records Ltd.
- Compiled By – Tony Rounce
- Liner Notes – Bob Lind, Mick Patrick
- Mastered By – Duncan Cowell
- Mastered By [Audio Restoration] – Rob Shread
- Producer, Arranged By – Jack Nitzsche
NotesTracks 1 to 12 comprise the "Don't Be Concerned" LP World Pacific LPS 21841 .
Tracks 13 to 22 comprise the "Photographs Of Feeling" LP World Pacific LPS 21851 .
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