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  • Hubert Sumlin - Sometimes Im Right

    7:19

    Hubert Sumlin - Blues Guitar Boss SACD, Buy: Hubert is the heaviest, most original guitar player I've ever heard in my live - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Sometimes I’m right,

    Sometimes I‘m wrong, baby,

    But I tell you what I’m goin’ to do, look her, little girl,

    I can’t be right always,

    I can’t be wrong always neither, baby,

    Ma Girl you’r ma baby, sugar.

    Mmm I love you girl,

    Ahhh you are ma baby,

    All my problems I had,

    Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby it was yours just it was like
    mine, sugar.

    Its my problem, baby, too

    Little girl, all of my love, all of my love is for you,
    sugar,

    Is love here?

    Little girl, little girl I think I am right.

    [Piano rift]

    All the time I love you,

    Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby with the love you bring me.

    Ummm but I love you girl,

    Little girl that is why I am not going to let you be, baby.

    Mmmm Baby, I love love you love you little girl that’s why I
    have got to be right

    [Guitar rift]

    So why cant I be right, but I know….

    Fades away


    Well-known for his role in Chicago blues, Sumlin performed with Howlin’ Wolf from 1955 until the singer’s death in 1976, after which he continued performing with the late blues legend’s band under the moniker The Wolf Pack and released a string of solo albums to varying degrees of success.

    His playing style, characterized by sudden bursts of noise, start-stop patterns and use of sustain, was achieved without the use of a traditional guitar pick and was a formative influence on the style of The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards. His frequent use of abrasive, shattering noise also inspired rock icons like Jimi Hendrix to experiment with guitar tone.

    JSP Records 2005

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  • Living the Blues with Hubert Sumlin

    7:08

    Blues guitar great Hubert Sumlin reminisces about Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters, and then does some jamming in a guitar shop in this excerpt from the DVD Hubert Sumlin - Living the Blues. More info at

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  • Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmie Vaughan

    5:06

  • Sometimes Im Right

    7:10

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    Sometimes I'm Right · Hubert Sumlin

    Blues Guitar Boss

    ℗ 2012 JSP Records

    Released on: 2012-04-02

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  • Hubert Sumlin - Come On In My House

    7:24

    Hubert Sumlin playing Come On In My House on Chicago Blues Jams with a little introduction.

  • Hubert Sumlin on getting fired by Howlin Wolf

    5:11

    Sumlin describes learning to finger pick after being fired by Howlin' Wolf

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  • Blues: Hubert Sumlin - Sometimes Im Right

    7:10

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  • Hubert Sumlin interview w/ SRV

    3:36

    1985.

  • Hubert Sumlin - plays - Howlin Wolf

    2:49

    Hubert Sumlin - November 16,1931,Greenwood,Mississippi, - December 4, 2011, Wayne,New Jersey , - plays Howlin Wolf

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  • Joe Bonamassa, Hubert Sumlin & Jimmy Vivino at Guitar Centers King of the Blues Finals

    9:54

    Blues titan Joe Bonamassa performing with Hubert Sumlin (Howlin Wolf), Jimmy VIvino and Tyler Dow Bryant at Guitar Center's King of the Blues Finals. To see more video of Joe or from the King of the Blues finalists visit

  • Hubert Sumlin - Walkin Thru The Park

    3:31

    Hubert Sumlin - Walkin' Thru The Park.
    Album: About Them Shoes/2003.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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  • Hubert Sumlin = Memphis in May - 5/6/2001

    1:53

    Hubert Sumlin - Live from the Beale Street Music Festival
    5/6/2001 Northwest Airlines Blues Tent

    Hubert Sumlin - Vocals, guitar
    Rocky Lawrence - guitar
    Dan Ferguson - bass
    Erik Johansen - drums
    Tim Hoggard - harmonica
    Homer Hamilton Jr. - tenor sax
    Gerald Stephens - piano

  • Hubert Sumlin - Live at Radio Station - Chicago

    3:54

    From the documentary Living the Blues
    More Blues?

  • Little Hubert Sumlin with Sunnyland Slim - Come On Home Baby

    4:04

    The late, great Hubert Sumlin learning & plying his trade with everything he has.

    Rest in peace, Hubert Sumlin.

  • Hubert Sumlin plays Sitting on Top of the World 1/28/11 SF

    2:49

    Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mississippi Delta blues legend Robert Johnson, January 2011 will bring the Blues At The Crossroads: The Robert Johnson Centennial Concerts tour and an accompanying album. The project features performances by Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Delta bluesman (and friend of Johnson) David Honeyboy Edwards, former Howlin' Wolf guitarist and solo artist Hubert Sumlin, and the Two Man Wrecking Crew of Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm. Enjoy their SF performance

  • Hubert Sumlin - Sometimes Im Right

    7:10

    Playing on the album Guitar Boss

  • Howlin Wolf Smokestack Lightning Live 1964

    5:50

    This is the only known filmed version of Smokestack Lightning by Howlin' Wolf. This was shot in England during the famed American Folk Blues Festival tours and features the legendary Hubert Sumlin on guitar. In addition to other great Howlin' Wolf footage, our archive houses many iconic blues performances from Muddy Waters, Lightning Hopkins, Sonny Boy Williamson, Willie Dixon, Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell, John Lee Hooker, Big Mama Thornton, T-Bone Walker and Buddy Guy.

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  • Sweet Home Chicago

    7:11

    Sweet Home Chicago is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics.

  • Hubert Sumlin

    10:17

    Interview with Hubert Sumlin for the 2007 King of the Blues contest.

  • Hubert Sumlin - Still Playing The Blues

    4:23

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  • Hubert Sumlin

    4:34

    Hubert Sumlin (Live at BB King Blues Club NYC) May 2010

  • B.B King, Robert Cray Band, Jimmie Vaughan, Hubert Sumlin

    6:07

  • Hubert Sumlin - Road Of No Return

    4:53

    Hubert Sumlin - Road Of No Return.
    Album: Made In Argentina/1993.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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  • Hubert Sumlin - You Got To Help Me

    5:33

    Artist Biography by Bill Dahl
    Quiet and extremely unassuming off the bandstand, Hubert Sumlin played a style of guitar incendiary enough to stand tall beside the immortal Howlin' Wolf. The Wolf was Sumlin's imposing mentor for more than two decades, and it proved a mutually beneficial relationship; Sumlin's twisting, darting, unpredictable lead guitar constantly energized the Wolf's 1960s Chess sides, even when the songs themselves (check out Do the Do or Mama's Baby for conclusive proof) were less than stellar. Sumlin started out twanging the proverbial broom wire nailed to the wall before he got his mitts on a real guitar. He grew up near West Memphis, Arkansas, briefly hooking up with another Young Lion with a rosy future, harpist James Cotton, before receiving a summons from the mighty Wolf to join him in Chicago in 1954. Sumlin learned his craft nightly on the bandstand behind Wolf, his confidence growing as he graduated from rhythm guitar duties to lead. By the dawn of the '60s, Sumlin's slashing axe was a prominent component on the great majority of Wolf's waxings, including Wang Dang Doodle, Shake for Me, Hidden Charms (boasting perhaps Sumlin's greatest recorded solo), Three Hundred Pounds of Joy, and Killing Floor.
    About Them Shoes Although they had a somewhat tempestuous relationship, Sumlin remained loyal to Wolf until the big man's 1976 death. But Sumlin cut a handful of solo sessions before that, beginning with a most unusual 1964 date in East Berlin that was produced by Horst Lippmann during a European tour under the auspices of the American Folk Blues Festival (the behind the Iron Curtain session also featured pianist Sunnyland Slim and bassist Willie Dixon). In subsequent years Sumlin allowed his vocal talents to shine, recording solo sets that revealed him to be an understated but effective singer -- while his guitar continued to communicate most forcefully. The esteem with which he was held by musicians of a later generation was ably demonstrated by the guest list on Sumlin's 2004 album About Them Shoes, including Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Levon Helm, and David Johansen, not to mention a noted bluesman from Sumlin's own past, harmonica player James Cotton, the old friend and bandmate who first played with Sumlin in West Memphis back in their teenage years of the early '50s, before Cotton joined up with Muddy Waters and moved to Chicago, paralleling Sumlin's own journey to the Windy City around the same time. He followed up About Them Shoes with Treblemaker in 2007. Hubert Sumlin died of heart failure in Wayne, New Jersey on December 4, 2011; he was 80 years old. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards paid for the bluesman's funeral expenses.

  • Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmie Vaughan

    6:09

  • Hubert Sumlin - Alone - Chicago

    3:30

    from the documentary Living the Blues
    More Blues?

  • Rock Me Baby - PINETOP PERKINS and HUBERT SUMLIN

    3:33

    「Legends」より

  • Hubert Sumlin Tone Secrets!

    13:41

    It is I, The Kid.
    I'm doing my best Hubert Sumlin impression on the guitar and sharing some of the ways in which I have found I can get closer to his unique sound.
    Large portions of this lengthy video is strictly for geeks!

  • Honeyboy Edwards & Hubert Sumlin at Blues at the Crossroads 2011 SF

    4:11

    Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mississippi Delta blues legend Robert Johnson, January 2011 will bring the Blues At The Crossroads: The Robert Johnson Centennial Concerts tour and an accompanying album. The project features performances by Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Delta bluesman (and friend of Johnson) David Honeyboy Edwards, former Howlin' Wolf guitarist and solo artist Hubert Sumlin, and the Two Man Wrecking Crew of Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm. Enjoy their SF performance

  • Hubert Sumlin - Killing Floor

    3:36

    Hubert Sumlin performing Killing Floor at the Ottawa Bluesfest. July 12, 2009

  • JAMES COTTON AND HUBERT SUMLIN & BLUES BAND

    15:26

    JAMES COTTON HUBERT SUMLIN & BLUES BAND 1)-Moanin' at Midnight --(Chester Burnett) - 2)-Mighty Long Time -- ( Sonny Boy Williamson) -- 1990 - James Cotton (voc,ha) - Hubert Sumlin (gt) - Denny Freeman (pn) - Larry Eisenberg (e-sb) -

  • Kenny Wayne Shepherd With Hubert Sumlin Live At Guitar Centers King of the Blues

    9:30

    Kenny Wayne Shepherd performs with the legendary Hubert Sumlin at Guitar Center's King of the Blues 2007. Check out our Channel for more exclusive content!

  • Hubert Sumlins House - Milwaukee

    12:03

  • Blues: Hubert Sumlin, Life Lessons and Guitar Lessons

    3:27

    Blues legend Hubert Sumlin talks about his punishment as a child for getting into some devilment with his father. He reminisces about Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson, Robert Jr. Lockwood and Charley Patton and he gives Seventh Hour Blues editor, Anthony Sapienza, a guitar lesson. Featuring Smokestack Lightnin' and Killing Floor. Filmed by Anthony Sapienza.

  • Hubert Sumlin Chunky

    5:28

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  • Hubert Sumlin and David Johansen - Killing Floor

    3:42

    Do show História do Blues, em 2005.

  • Hubert Sumlin - Feed Me - 12/17/10

    4:46

    Fairfield Theater Co - Stage One - Fairfield, CT.
    Posted by Rick Randall.
    Hubert Sumlin backed up by The Nighthawks.

  • Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Andy Aledort with Double Trouble - Five Long Years - 2004

    8:13

    Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Andy Aledort with Double Trouble - Five Long Years - 2004

  • HUBERT SUMLIN - Got The Blues

    3:43

    From LP ''Heart & Soul '' 1989 [Blind Pig Records ‎– BP 3389, USA]
    Lead Guitar, Vocals – Hubert Sumlin
    Rhythm Guitar – Tony O
    Bass – Brad Vickers
    Harmonica – James Cotton
    Piano – Little Mike
    Drums – Pete DeCoste

  • Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan & Hubert Sumlin - Killing Floor - Chicago 2010

    5:35

    From the BluRay Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010

  • Hubert Sumlin plays Howlin Wolf

    2:24

    Instructional video clips of Hubert Sumlin, Howlin' Wolf's guitarist, one of the all-time greats, playing some of Howlin' Wolf's best-known songs.

  • The Blues Guitar of Hubert Sumlin

    2:24

    Here's a sample lesson from The Blues Guitar of Hubert Sumlin - Taught By: Hubert Sumlin. With Levon Helm, David Johansen, Jimmy Vivino, Mike Merritt. Catalog number DVD-SUM-GT21. Available from

  • Les Paul with Hubert Sumlin

    4:31

    Les Paul with Lou Pallo and Paul Nowinski Iridium 12/19/99 Lespaul.org

  • Smokestack Lightning - Instrumental blues Hubert Sumlin Howlin Wolf

    3:45

    instrumental guitars - vintage tunes - blues

  • Hubert Sumlin - Huberts Blues

    3:48

  • Hubert Sumlin. Im the back door man. Blues

    51:55

    Hubert Sumlin. I'm the back door man. Blues
    1 - Hey baby 00:00
    2 - She loved me one time 04:06
    3 - I got the blues 11:58
    4 - Look don't touch 18:03
    5 - Killing floor 21:57
    6 - Little red rooster 24:23
    7 - All I want is your love 28:28
    8 - This is for you 32:08
    9 - Since I was a child 37:40
    10 - I did whant I could 43:26
    11 - I don't want nobody 47:52

  • Keith Richards on bluesman Hubert Sumlin

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    Keith Richards answers a fan question on when the recorded songs will be released with blues guitarist and singer Hubert Sumlin (released in 2005 on his album About Them Shoes). Posted on Keith's website (Ask Keith) around 2004:

    (I do not own any copyrights)

  • Got My Mojo Working - PINETOP PERKINS and HUBERT SUMLIN

    4:47

    「Legends」より

  • Hubert Sumlin - Down the Dusty Road

    2:55

  • HUBERT SUMLIN - Poor Me , Pour Me

    2:37

    From LP ''Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party'' 1987 [Black Top Records ‎– BT 1036, USA]
    Vocals – Greg Piccolo , Hubert Sumlin , Mighty Sam McClain , Ron Levy
    Guitar – Hubert Sumlin
    Guitar, Slide Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Bass – Michael Mudcat Ward
    Harmonica – Jerry Portnoy
    Piano – Dave Maxwell
    Piano, Organ – Ron Levy
    Baritone Saxophone – Doug James
    Tenor Saxophone – Greg Piccolo
    Trumpet – Bob Enos
    Drums – John Rossi

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