Mojo was sung by the drummer “Sammy Lay” who shot himself and ended up playing with people like Muddy Waters and James Cotton.
Paul was the best harmonica (“harp”) player I had heard in a long time. He died I think in 1987, but I have most of his vinyl. The best album was the first one simply titled “The Paul Butterfield Blues Band” with Elvin, Sammy and Paul on the cover.
I will try and find the original “Walkin’ Blues” from the original album, I like it the best and I will include “New Walkin’ Blues“, great too.
Listen to the harp playing on the very rare “Wild Cow Man“. I became a fan around 1965, and when I was in Chicago in 66, I tried to see him. The local Sales Rep told me that he played in South Chicago and if I wanted to see him I should take the National Guard with me, rough area, so I never did get to see him.
Check out these tunes:
Butterfiled - Mystery Train Butterfield - Born In Chicago Butterfield - Got My Mojo Working Butterfield - Shake Your Money Maker Butterfield - Wild Cow Moan