Booty Bumpin’

Butterfield Blues Band. On Bishop’s second release for Blind Pig,
he and his co-horts apply a good-natured heat to 12 tracks that stylistically
shift between Chicago blues, Cajun, New Orleans R&B, and a hint of Southern
rock, driven by the leader’s raw slide guitar and keen sense of humor.
Along with several Bishop originals are a few choice cover versions including
Roy Milton’s “Keep a Dollar in Your Pocket,” Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown’s


Booty Bumpin’ is a joyous, down home set from blues guitarist Elvin Bishop and his
six-piece band, recorded live on December 3, 2006 at Constable Jack’s in California.
Bishop is probably best known for the 1976 hit “Fooled Around and Fell in Love,”
and has maintained a loyal blues following since his early days as a member of the



“I Feel Alright Again” and
the Allen Toussaint composition “I’m Gone.” Booty Bumpin’ is definitely a timeless, no-nonsense party
album. ~ Al Campbell, All Music Guide