Elusive Butterfly" is a popular song written by Bob Lind, released as a single in December 1965, which reached on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the adult contemporary chart in the spring of 1966. In Australia, Lind's "Elusive Butterfly" entered the charts on April 10, 1966 and spent three weeks at during July 1966. In the song the narrator sees himself as a butterfly hunter. He is looking for romance, but he finds it as elusive as a butterfly.
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After "Elusive Butterfly" became a smash, Verve got a previously unreleased tape that Lind had done prior to signing with World Pacific, and overdubbed electric instruments, drums, and orchestration. Lind, understandably and justifiably, was not pleased about its appearance. He also could not have been pleased that, despite the use of the title The Elusive Bob Lind, the LP did not include "Elusive Butterfly. Whatever strength and appeal the tapes might have held were often undercut by the overdubs, which (as they had to a lesser extent on the Havens albums) were sometimes.
The singer, Bob Lind, was a 23-year-old unknown who gave World Pacific Records its one and only big hit. The song and its familiar refrain – Across my dreams with nets of wonder, I chase the bright elusive butterfly of love – reached No. 5 on Billboard’s chart, the same position it reached in Britain. Before he knew it, Lind was touring and rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest names of the day. His songs were covered by more than 200 artists, but his solo career quickly fell victim to record company indifferenc. ith drugs and alcohol only making matters worse. LIND: The album was released in 1971, but the songs date back further than that. By 1969, my career was ice cold. I despised the pasty-faced lawyers who ran the music industry and they despised me right back.
When Bob Lind went in to record his first album for World Pacific with the renowned producer Jack Nitzsche, he didn't have much in the way of a preference for the first single. An acoustic troubadour, big on the Denver folk scene of the early '60s, Lind's only choice was "Anything but 'Elusive Butterfly. In this instance, his label, distributed by Liberty, was on the same page as the rebellious singer/songwriter just a half step ahead of his time.
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