Elusive Butterfly - Brian Chapman - Turn It Up! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Comments

  1. Zuluzilkree
    The song Elusive Butterfly was written by Bob Lind and was first released by Bob Lind in It was covered by Beverly Wright [US2], Brian Chapman, Van DeLecki's, Jamie Hoover and other artists.
  2. Kajigis
    "Elusive Butterfly" was one of the first songs they recorded, and Nitzsche came up with an innovative string arrangement, making this one of the first folk-rock songs to feature a string section. Los Angeles in the '60s was a great place to find talented session musicians, and some of the best appeared on this track, including Leon Russell on.
  3. Zoloktilar
    (/EMI) 18 original master recordings including jingles. Great sound quality - pirate radio story by Brian Hogg. (Bear Family Records).
  4. Brazragore
    Last night, I picked up my guitar and played a D-Maj 7th chord, and the song came flooding back into my memory. I'm not certain that it was originally played in that key, but it "feels" right. You can play the whole song just using D Maj7 - Em - A - Em - D Maj7 (it changes a little in the order of the chords as it goes along, but it's easy to.
  5. Dak
    Jul 19,  · The album, produced by Don Dixon, flirted with garage rock, psychedelia, and the more fashionable jangle pop — all in all it marked a more muscular and harder-edged approach. The experiment failed for the most part and was short-lived. The band signed to Black Vinyl Records (owned by power pop icons Shoes) and found a true home in
  6. Gakasa
    You might wake up some mornin' To the sound of something moving past your window in the wind And if you're quick enough to rise You'll catch a fleeting glimpse of someone's fading shadow Out on the new horizon You may see the floating motion of a distant pair of wings And if the sleep has left your ears You might hear footsteps running through an open meadow Don't be concerned, it will not.
  7. Mirg
    Lyrics to 'Elusive Butterfly' by Glen Campbell. You might wake up some morning To the sound of something moving past your window in the wind And if you're quick enough to rise You'll catch the fleeting glimpse of someone's fading shadow Out on the new horizon you may see the floating motion of a .
  8. Kale
    Bob Lind – Don’t Be Concerned (Shiny pristine/near pristine, mono World Pacific WP , property of WLRC sticker on B-, includes “Elusive Butterfly”) $5 Little Feat – Down on the Farm (Pristine WB, A) $7 Little Feat – Waiting for Columbus (Extreme/VERY LIGHT scratch/wear WB double lp, A-) $5.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *