Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the late Blues harmonica player and vocalist: Better Days and It All Comes Back. After playing at Woodstock, Butterfield signed to Bob Dylan manager Albert Grossman's Bearsville label, and formed a new group around him (which he called Better Days, and which included Geoff Muldaur and Amos Garrett) to record these two albums in 1972 and 1973. These albums have been unavailable for many years. Butterfield played and endorsed Hohner harmonicas, in particular the diatonic tenhole `Marine Band' model. He played using an unconventional technique, holding the harmonica upside-down (with the low notes to the right-hand side). The booklet features the complete lengthy band member biographies from the very rare harmonica-shaped insert to the first album as well as extensive annotation by Alan Robinson. Edsel Records.