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Playlist of Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain

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  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain - A soul thats been abused

    7:20

    Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain ''A soul that's been abused''.
    Album: Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party 2009

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  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain - A soul thats been abused

    7:16

    Blues

    Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain A soul that's been abused

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  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain ~ A Soul Thats Been Abused 1986

    7:29

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1986
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain - A soul thats been abused

    7:16

    Hubert Sumlin ‎– Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party
    Black Top Records, 1987

    ‎Bass – Michael Mudcat Ward
    Drums – John Rossi
    Guitar – Hubert Sumlin
    Guitar, Guitar [Slide] – Ronnie Earl
    Harmonica – Jerry Portnoy
    Piano – Dave Maxwell
    Piano, Organ – Ron Levy
    Saxophone [Baritone] – Doug James (3)
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Greg Piccolo
    Trumpet – Bob Enos
    Vocals – Greg Piccolo (tracks: 4), Hubert Sumlin (tracks: 5, 10), Mighty Sam McClain (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 8), Ron Levy (tracks: 9).

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  • Hubert Sumlin Feat. Mighty Sam McClain ❤ A Soul Thats Been Abused ❤

    7:16

    From Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party
    No copyrights infringement intended

  • Where You Been So Long

    5:59

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Where You Been So Long · Mighty Sam McClain

    Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain - A soul thats been abused

    7:20

    Released by Stavros SigmaTaf................Λyriks:
    You can treat me dirty
    You can treat me cruel
    It doesn't really matter
    I was still your loving fool

    Cause baby, oh baby, you really
    didn't know what you were doing
    I know you didn't mean to hurt me, baby
    I'm only sorry to see
    ever good loving ruin

    Time heals all the wounds
    That's what the people say
    But for all your wrong doings
    Someday you'll have to pay
    Cause baby, oh baby
    I know you work in a field
    But still after all we've been through
    You still stand a queue from a soul
    that's been abused

    I'll forgive you, baby
    I'll forgive you but not forget
    Sometimes I get angry at myself
    I wish we had never met

    You didn't understand
    Then let me feel like a man
    So sorry we both must lose
    That's why you found me somewhere
    in this world singing this blues

    You can treat me dirty
    You can treat me cruel
    It doesn't really matter
    I was still your loving fool

  • Hubert Sumlin & Mighty Sam McClain A soul that s been abused

    7:16

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  • Most of All

    4:48

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Most of All · Mighty Sam McClain

    One More Bridge To Cross

    ℗ 2003 Mighty Sam McClain

    Released on: 2003-03-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • I Feel Good

    4:10

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    I Feel Good · Mighty Sam McClain

    Give it Up to Love

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • A Soul Thats Been Abused

    6:58

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    A Soul That's Been Abused · Mighty Sam McClain

    Keep On Movin'

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Why Do We Have to Say Goodbye

    5:18

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Why Do We Have to Say Goodbye · Mighty Sam McClain

    One More Bridge To Cross

    ℗ 2003 Mighty Sam McClain

    Released on: 2003-03-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • New Man in Town

    5:42

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    New Man in Town · Mighty Sam McClain

    Journey

    ℗ (p) 1998 Valley Entertainment Inc.

    Writer: Sam McClain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Got to Have Your Love

    6:23

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Got to Have Your Love · Mighty Sam McClain

    Give it Up to Love

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I Wish You Well

    3:23

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    I Wish You Well · Mighty Sam McClain

    Too Much Jesus, Not Enough Whiskey

    ℗ 2012 Musik and Film

    Released on: 2012-11-08

    Music Publisher: Emily's Son Publishing

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • MIGHTY SAM McCLAIN - Too Proud.

    4:36

    MIGHTY SAM McCLAIN. Nato a Monroe, Louisiana, nel 1943, il piccolo Sam, all'età di 5 anni, canta già nel coro gospel della sua chiesa ed è lì che capisce che la sua missione sarà il canto. Ben presto allontanatosi da casa, lo ritroviamo a 15 anni che si esibisce già in locali e piccoli club in varie città al fianco di gente del calibro di Patsy Cline, Hubert Sumlin e Neville Brothers. Con i guadagni di una buona carriera artistica, mette su una propria casa discografica, per affermare la sua completa indipendenza dallo show-business e inizia collaborazioni internazionali che lo fanno conoscere in tutto il mondo.

  • Im Tired of These Blues

    7:00

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    I'm Tired of These Blues · Mighty Sam McClain

    Give it Up to Love

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Keep On Movin

    4:05

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Keep On Movin' · Mighty Sam McClain

    Keep On Movin'

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Change Is Gonna Come

    6:52

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Change Is Gonna Come · Mighty Sam McClain

    Journey

    ℗ (p) 1998 Valley Entertainment Inc.

    Writer: Sam Cook

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Southern Land

    6:44

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Southern Land · Mighty Sam McClain

    A Diamond in the Rough

    ℗ 2018 Sledgehammer Blues

    Released on: 2018-11-02

    Writer: Chad Owen
    Composer, Writer: Sam McClain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • If You Could See

    8:45

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    If You Could See · Mighty Sam McClain

    Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues

    ℗ Valley Entertainment, Inc.

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  • MIGHTY SAM McCLAIN Long Train Running 2003 LiVe, Boston

    7:52

    Shot cold at the Hatchshell & never edited videos, BOSTON, MA USA
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  • A Soul Thats Been Abused

    7:20

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    A Soul That's Been Abused · Hubert Sumlin

    Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party

    ℗ 2005 Shout! Factory LLC

    Released on: 2009-05-05

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Sometimes Im Right

    7:10

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sometimes I'm Right · Hubert Sumlin

    Blues Guitar Boss

    ℗ 2012 JSP Records

    Released on: 2012-04-02

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Too Proud

    4:36

    From 1993's 'Give It Up To Love ', Sledgehammer Blues.

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Im Tired of These Blues

    7:11

    Album: Give It up to Love
    Lyrics:
    I, I'm real tired of these blues.

    Oh my lord i know, I'm tired of these blues...
    Oh my lord i know, i know,
    Said I'm really tired, of these low down blues.
    And if i don't find my way real soon,
    i dont know, just what i might do.

    Oh lord i'm tired....

    I.. I'm really tired of these low down dirty blues.

    I've been out here so dog gone long.. lord.
    and ive been hurt, too many times to count.
    Surrounded by people who say they love me,
    but in my heart, i know i'm all alone..
    Oh lord i'm tired....
    Lord, i'm real tired of these low down dirty blues.
    They say winners never quit,
    and quitters never win.
    i keep picking myself up,
    and starting all over again...

    (Guitar solo)

    They say winners never quit,
    Oh lord quitters never win.
    i keep picking myself up,
    and starting all over again...
    Oh my lord i know...
    Said I'm real tired of these blues.
    Oh my lord i know... i know,
    I'm real tired of these blues.

    And if i don't find my way real soon,
    i dont know, just what i might do.
    Oh lord,
    Oh lord i'm tired....
    Lord, said i'm real tired of these low down dirty blues.

    Blues...

    I'm some kind of tired...

    #Soul #SlowBlues
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  • Mighty Sam McClain 1995 AEWTB, Tiel The Netherlands

    32:21

    A very beautiful and rare, over 30 minutes, recording of the soulful blues from The Mighty Man, In The Seventh Edition Of An Evening With The Blues March 11, 1995 At Agnietenhof Theatre, Tiel, The Netherlands.

    Mighty Samuel McClain with a small band. According to the Dutch Blues Magazine Block (nr. 94) it was the best concert of AEWTB 1995!!! Mighty is was...

    Digitized June 8, 2016 From Bert Lek's Blues Cassette Tapes Collection.

  • Mighty Sam McClain I m Tired of These Blues

    7:00

    Blues Music Magazine shares America's National Music, The Blues...
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  • Mighty Sam McClain - Dont Worry About Me

    6:59

    From Mighty Sam McClain's album Keep On Movin'
    recorded at Bearsville Studio, Woodstock, NY, on August 22 & 24, 1994, featuring Mighty Sam McClain:vcl, Bruce Katz:keys, Dave Limina:keys, Kevin Barry:gtr, Paul Bryani:bs, Zac Casher:dms, The Mighty Horns: Walter Platt:trumpet and horn arrangements, Joe Casano:tp, Ole Mathisen:ten.sax, Scott Shetler:tb/bar.sax.

  • Hubert Sumlin - Still Playing The Blues

    4:23

  • A Soul Thats Been Abused

    8:22

    Cut from a VHS recording of Mighty Sam McClain's concert at the Fredericton, New Brunswick (Canada) Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival in September, 1997, with the same band members who in October recorded the live album Joy & Pain for Crosscut Records in Germany. The band consisted of Peter Giftos (guitar, band leader), George Papageorge (Hammond XB-2), Tim Ingles (bass), Zac Casher (drums), Paul Ahlstrand (tenor sax [courtesy Toni Lynn Washington]), Walter Platt (trumpet) and Ken Wenzel (trombone).

  • Mighty Sam McClain

    5:42

    Who made you cry

  • Mighty Sam McClain ~ A Soul Thats Been Abused 1995

    7:09

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1995
    Kevin Barry on guitar
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Other side of the tracks

    7:28

    Album: Journey (1998)

    Samuel McClain (April 15, 1943 – June 15, 2015), billed as Mighty Sam McClain, was an American Grammy nominated soul blues singer and songwriter.

    Life and career
    He was born in Monroe, Louisiana. As a five-year-old, he began singing in his mother's Gospel Church. McClain left home when he was thirteen and followed local R&B guitarist, Little Melvin Underwood through the Chitlin' circuit, first as his valet and then as lead vocalist himself at 15.
    While singing at the 506 Club in Pensacola, Florida he was introduced to the record producer and DJ, Papa Don Schroeder and in 1966, McClain recorded a cover version of Patsy Cline's Sweet Dreams. Several recording sessions at Muscle Shoals produced the further singles, Fannie-May and In the Same Old Way. For fifteen years, first in Nashville, Tennessee, then in New Orleans, McClain worked at menial jobs. McClain toured and recorded in Japan in 1989. The end product, Live in Japan, featured Wayne Bennett.
    By the early 1990s, McClain relocated to New England through his participation in the Hubert Sumlin Blues Party project. This led to Joe Harley and AudioQuest Music. The results were the successful releases, Give It Up To Love and Keep On Movin'. After his move to New Hampshire, then followed Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues. In 1998 McClain had two releases, Journey and Joy & Pain on the CrossCut Records label. Soul Survivor: The Best of Mighty Sam McClain was his farewell to AudioQuest in 1999. McClain signed on with the Telarc Blues in 1999, taking his longtime producer Joe Harley with him, and recorded the Blues Music Award nominated Blues for the Soul (2000) and Sweet Dreams (2001).
    In 1996, McClain formed McClain Productions after successfully co-producing his albums with Joe Harley. He also created his own record label, Mighty Music, which released One More Bridge To Cross in February 2003. Betcha Didn't Know was issued in July 2009 on Mighty Music. It was nominated by the Blues Association as 'Soul/Blues Album 2010'.
    In 2008, McClain joined the 'Give US Your Poor' project, benefiting the homeless. He also co-wrote with the saxophonist Scott Shetler, Show Me the Way. He continued to work with this project, performing at both the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, and at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and other venues, sharing the stage with Natalie Merchant, and Mario Frangoulis. In early 2009, McClain recorded an album of duets with the Iranian folk singer, Mahsa Vahdat. The resulting album, Scent of Reunion: Love Duets Across Civilizations reached #6 in the European World Music Chart.[citation needed]
    McClain and the guitarist for this project, Knut Reiersrud, collaborated on One Drop is Plenty that was recorded in Norway in January 2011. Also, McClain sung the theme song for the film, Time and Charges. Find the Sun was written by Thompson and Joe Deleault, and McClain appeared in a cameo role in the film singing the song.
    McClain recorded Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey) in 2012. The following year the title song, Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey), written by McClain and Pat Herlehy, was nominated for a Blues Music Award in the 'Best Song' category.
    In 2014 McClain was featured on the compilation Songs from a Stolen Spring that paired Western musicians with artists from the Arab Spring. On the album McClain performed If I Can Dream - a Walter Earl Brown song made famous by Elvis Presley. The performance was meshed with Bread, Freedom by the Egyptian musician Ramy Essam who is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.
    McClain suffered a stroke in April 2015, and died on June 15, 2015. The cause of death is not yet known.

    Discography:
    -Your Perfect Companion 1986
    -Live in Japan 1988
    -Give It Up To Love 1992
    -Keep On Movin 1995
    -Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues 1996
    -Journey 1998
    -Joy & Pain 1998
    -Soul Survivor: The Best of Mighty Sam McClain 1999
    -Blues For The Soul 2000
    -Sweet Dreams 2001
    -One More Bridge To Cross 2003
    -Betcha Didn't Know 2009
    -Scent of Reunion: Love Duets Across Civilizations with Mahsa Vahdat 2010
    -One Drop Is Plenty with Knut Reiersrud 2011
    -A Deeper Tone of Longing: Love Duets Across Civilizations with Mahsa Vahdat 2012
    -Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey) 2012
    -Songs from a Stolen Spring (compilation) with Ramy Essam 2014

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Most Of All

    4:48

  • mighty sam mcclain - when the hurt is over lyrics

    8:06

    mighty sam mcclain - when the hurt is over lyrics

    baby you hurt me
    and i know that i've hurt you

    we've both promised
    to always be true

    we'd let our love
    get lost in the rain

    now we are waiting
    Oh for love to live again
    Holding on
    To what was before
    Oh lord i see
    Why did we have to let it go
    Now the only thing
    That i know
    The only thing
    That i think i'd know
    When the hurt is over
    Lord, maybe love will flow

    Trying to do
    What we know we must
    When you love somebody
    You know you got to trust
    I think about it
    again and again
    I say that i will baby
    Oh but i don't know if i can
    You say you're sorry
    Oh i say i am too
    then we turn round and round
    then again we'd be untrue
    that is why, that is why, the only thing
    that i know
    the only thing baby
    that i know
    when the hurt is over, baby
    maybe love will flow

    Guess by chance
    We'd work things out
    we both will know
    what love is all about
    don't move so quickly
    Oh it don't move too fast
    if you got a good love
    Oh you ought to try to make it last
    i know i hurt you
    lord you broke my heart
    and now we are sad baby
    because our love is apart
    that is why i say to you, the only thing
    that i know
    the only thing baby, i think i know
    Oh baby
    When the hurt is over
    Lord maybe love will flow

    I said when the hurt is over, baby
    And all the pain is gone

    Maybe i will learn how to love again y'all

    When the hurt is over, over
    Lord when all the pain is gone

  • Mahsa Vahdat & Mighty Sam McClain - A Deeper Tone Of Longing

    6:26

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Dont Worry About Me

    6:57

  • Mighty Sam McClain- Cant Stop The Funk

    4:04

    Live performance of Can't Stop the Funk from Halle during Mighty Sam's tour in Germany.

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Im So Lonely

    4:42

    from the album Keep On Movin' (1995)
    Paintings: Michal Orlowski

  • Mighty Sam McClain, Time And Change 2016

    49:38

  • Still Playing the Blues

    4:27

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Still Playing the Blues · Hubert Sumlin

    Blues Guitar Boss

    ℗ 2012 JSP Records

    Released on: 2012-04-02

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Loves Gonna Find

    4:06

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Love's Gonna Find · Mighty Sam McClain

    A Diamond in the Rough

    ℗ 2018 Sledgehammer Blues

    Released on: 2018-11-02

    Writer: Charles Neville
    Composer, Writer: Sam McClain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Pray

    4:45

    .

  • Mighty Sam McClain Here I Come Again

    3:10

    One of my All-Time Favourit ;-)

  • Mighty Sam McClain - Why Do We Have To Say Goodbye

    5:18

    Mighty Sam McClain's Why Do We Have To Say Goodbye is sampled in Reks's Why Do We Say Goodbye

  • Where Is the Love?

    4:06

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    Where Is the Love? · Mighty Sam McClain

    A Diamond in the Rough

    ℗ 2018 Sledgehammer Blues

    Released on: 2018-11-02

    Composer, Writer: Pat Herlehy
    Composer, Writer: Sam McClain

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  • Hubert Sumlin - Sometimes im right

    7:10

    Album: Blues Guitar Boss (1991)

    Hubert Charles Sumlin (November 16, 1931 – December 4, 2011) was a Chicago blues guitarist and singer, best known for his wrenched, shattering bursts of notes, sudden cliff-hanger silences and daring rhythmic suspensions as a member of Howlin' Wolf's band. He was ranked number 43 in Rolling Stone's magazine 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.

    Discography:
    1964 American Folk Blues
    1969 Hubert's American Blues!
    1974 Kings of Chicago Blues, Vol. 2
    1976 Groove
    1980 Gamblin' Woman
    1987 Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party
    1989 Heart & Soul
    1990 Healing Feeling
    1991 Blues Guitar Boss
    1994 Made in Argentina 1993
    1994 I'm the Back Door Man
    1994 My Guitar and Me
    1996 Blues Classics
    1998 I Know You
    1998 Wake Up Call
    1999 Pinetop Perkins & Hubert Sumlin: Legends
    2003 Doing the Don't
    2004 About Them Shoes
    2010 Midnight Memphis Sun
    2012 Sky Road Songs

  • Mighty Sam McClain - When the hurt is over

    8:05

    Album: Soul Survivor: The Best of Mighty Sam McClain (1999)

    Samuel McClain (April 15, 1943 – June 15, 2015), billed as Mighty Sam McClain, was an American Grammy nominated soul blues singer and songwriter.

    Life and career
    He was born in Monroe, Louisiana. As a five-year-old, he began singing in his mother's Gospel Church. McClain left home when he was thirteen and followed local R&B guitarist, Little Melvin Underwood through the Chitlin' circuit, first as his valet and then as lead vocalist himself at 15.
    While singing at the 506 Club in Pensacola, Florida he was introduced to the record producer and DJ, Papa Don Schroeder and in 1966, McClain recorded a cover version of Patsy Cline's Sweet Dreams. Several recording sessions at Muscle Shoals produced the further singles, Fannie-May and In the Same Old Way. For fifteen years, first in Nashville, Tennessee, then in New Orleans, McClain worked at menial jobs. McClain toured and recorded in Japan in 1989. The end product, Live in Japan, featured Wayne Bennett.
    By the early 1990s, McClain relocated to New England through his participation in the Hubert Sumlin Blues Party project. This led to Joe Harley and AudioQuest Music. The results were the successful releases, Give It Up To Love and Keep On Movin'. After his move to New Hampshire, then followed Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues. In 1998 McClain had two releases, Journey and Joy & Pain on the CrossCut Records label. Soul Survivor: The Best of Mighty Sam McClain was his farewell to AudioQuest in 1999. McClain signed on with the Telarc Blues in 1999, taking his longtime producer Joe Harley with him, and recorded the Blues Music Award nominated Blues for the Soul (2000) and Sweet Dreams (2001).
    In 1996, McClain formed McClain Productions after successfully co-producing his albums with Joe Harley. He also created his own record label, Mighty Music, which released One More Bridge To Cross in February 2003. Betcha Didn't Know was issued in July 2009 on Mighty Music. It was nominated by the Blues Association as 'Soul/Blues Album 2010'.
    In 2008, McClain joined the 'Give US Your Poor' project, benefiting the homeless. He also co-wrote with the saxophonist Scott Shetler, Show Me the Way. He continued to work with this project, performing at both the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, and at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and other venues, sharing the stage with Natalie Merchant, and Mario Frangoulis. In early 2009, McClain recorded an album of duets with the Iranian folk singer, Mahsa Vahdat. The resulting album, Scent of Reunion: Love Duets Across Civilizations reached #6 in the European World Music Chart.[citation needed]
    McClain and the guitarist for this project, Knut Reiersrud, collaborated on One Drop is Plenty that was recorded in Norway in January 2011. Also, McClain sung the theme song for the film, Time and Charges. Find the Sun was written by Thompson and Joe Deleault, and McClain appeared in a cameo role in the film singing the song.
    McClain recorded Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey) in 2012. The following year the title song, Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey), written by McClain and Pat Herlehy, was nominated for a Blues Music Award in the 'Best Song' category.
    In 2014 McClain was featured on the compilation Songs from a Stolen Spring that paired Western musicians with artists from the Arab Spring. On the album McClain performed If I Can Dream - a Walter Earl Brown song made famous by Elvis Presley. The performance was meshed with Bread, Freedom by the Egyptian musician Ramy Essam who is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.
    McClain suffered a stroke in April 2015, and died on June 15, 2015. The cause of death is not yet known.

    Discography:
    -Your Perfect Companion 1986
    -Live in Japan 1988
    -Give It Up To Love 1992
    -Keep On Movin 1995
    -Sledgehammer Soul and Down Home Blues 1996
    -Journey 1998
    -Joy & Pain 1998
    -Soul Survivor: The Best of Mighty Sam McClain 1999
    -Blues For The Soul 2000
    -Sweet Dreams 2001
    -One More Bridge To Cross 2003
    -Betcha Didn't Know 2009
    -Scent of Reunion: Love Duets Across Civilizations with Mahsa Vahdat 2010
    -One Drop Is Plenty with Knut Reiersrud 2011
    -A Deeper Tone of Longing: Love Duets Across Civilizations with Mahsa Vahdat 2012
    -Too Much Jesus (Not Enough Whiskey) 2012
    -Songs from a Stolen Spring (compilation) with Ramy Essam 2014

  • Hubert Sumlin - Blue Shadows

    4:30

    Hubert Sumlin arguably did his best work during the 23 years he was Howlin' Wolf's guitar player, and his ragged, angular guitar style was a big part of Wolf's rough-and-ready sound.
    So says Steve Leggett speaking of the disc that this song is taken from. And he may be right. Sumlin *was* very good at the side of Wolf. But he was good as well with his own band - as in Blue Shadows.

    A great Bluesman has passed away.
    May he rest in peace.

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