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  1. 29 de dic. de 2013 · Butterfield's last recording with Peter, Paul and Mary comes as his own career is hitting all time lows. He is hired to play live in New York for an October of 1981 show. The album, Such Is Love is released in 1982 with Butterfield playing harmonica on But There for Fortune. The album is an attempt at returning to the original sound from the ...

  2. Provided to YouTube by Warner RecordsSuch Is Love · Peter, Paul and MarySuch Is Love℗ 1983 Peter, Paul and Mary Company Distributed By Warner Records Inc.Unk...

  3. The Life of a Legend. Now a documentary film, Horn from the Heart, offers up a wide and glorious assemblage of musicians, friends, neighbors and family members, anxious to share their memories and secure Butterfield’s place in the world of music. (See the trailer at the top of this page) He was born just before Christmas, on December 17, 1942. His mom was an artist, his dad, an attorney.

  4. When I'm on my knees. I said oh, help me please. Got that love disease. Got that love disease. Aah, such a good feelin'. I'm here with tears on my cheeks. I'm so glad but I'm mad. Most folks cry ...

  5. Too Many Drivers Lyrics. I'm in love with you baby, I just want to ride in your automobile. I'm in love with you baby, I just want to ride in your automobile. You got such a fine car baby but too many drivers at the wheel. Got one driver in the morning, one driver at night. Ain't no two drivers that would treat your car right.

  6. 10 de feb. de 2014 · Verse 3 A7 A13 D9 Adim And just because..because I'm in misery I don't think no..no I don't A7 Adim Bm7 E9 want your sympathy.. but if its not asking too much plea.....se A7 D9 F9 E9 Bb7 A7 send me someone to love..send me someone to lo...ve. If you can find a copy of this recording from the late 60's- early 70's era, you might want to learn ...

  7. 28 de ene. de 2021 · This attitude gives rise to many understated artists such as: The Grateful Dead, The Band, Janis Joplin and Paul Butterfield. These artists dress in humble uniforms of jeans and t-shirt, and often write songs that make social and political statements on behalf of their audience of young white baby boomers.