Album · 1998 · 11 Songs. More By Hubert Sumlin. See All. Blues Anytime! 1978. My Guitar and Me (1975).
Renowned sidemen Pinetop Perkins and Hubert Sumlin may have played for employers who were bitter rivals (that would be Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, respectively), but they managed to sidestep this acrimony when they started touring together during the '80s. The resulting friendship and deep mutual respect eventually led to 1998's LEGENDS, an 11-track collection of blues standards and originals. Throughout their collaboration, pianist Perkins and guitarist Sumlin take a laconic approach to classics associated with .
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Artist: Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin Album: Legends Genre: Piano Blues, Chicago Blues Label: Telarc Released: 1998 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Got My Mojo Working (4:47). View first unread post Hubert Sumlin - Wake Up Call (2004) ; FLAC (tracks+. cue) by Mike1985 17 Jul 2018, 17:54 in Blues (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 0. 411. by Mike1985 View the latest post 17 Jul 2018, 17:54. View first unread post Hubert Sumlin, Willie Dixon, Sunnyland Slim - Blues Anytime! (1994) ; FLAC (image+. cue) by Mike1985 07 Jul 2018, 17:46 in Blues (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 472. by Mike1985 View the latest post 07 Jul 2018, 17:46. View first unread post Hubert Laws - Romeo & Juliet, Crying Song (1998) ; FLAC (tracks+
Pinetop Perkins & Hubert Sumlin 06 - Pinto Beans and Blackeyed Peas - 1998 - Legends. Pinetop Perkins & Hubert Sumlin Got My Mojo Working.
In 1998, Perkins released the album Legends, featuring Sumlin. Perkins was driving his automobile in 2004 in La Porte, Indiana, when his car was hit by a train. The car was wrecked, but the 91-year-old driver was not seriously hurt. Until his death, Perkins lived in Austin, Texas. He usually performed a couple of nights a week at Momo's, on Sixth Street. The song "Hey Mr. Pinetop Perkins", performed by Perkins and Angela Strehli, played on the common misconception that he wrote "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie": Hey Mr. Pinetop Perkins. I got a question for you.
Blues trailblazers Hubert Sumlin, Pinetop Perkins and Willie Big Eyes Smith are celebrated in the film, which shines a much-earned posthumous spotlight on the three musicians, all former sidemen of Muddy Waters. Watch the trailer here: Guitarist Sumlin, pianist Perkins and drummer Smith all died in 2011, but the film captures some of their final interviews, as well as their last live performance together
|1||Got My Mojo Working||4:45|
|3||Rock Me Baby||3:30|
|4||Hoochie Coochie Man||7:27|
|5||The Sky Is Crying||6:06|
|6||Pinto Beans And Blackeyed Peas||5:20|
|7||Take It Easy Baby||4:19|
|8||Shame, Shame, Shame||5:00|
|9||Come Back Baby||4:07|
|11||She Walks Right In||3:37|