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  1. Chicago bluesman. Born February 14, in Grenada, Mississippi, died December 1, in Chicago. Released his first record, "All Your Love" on the Cobra label in Best known for his distinctive tremolo guitar playing. See also the Magic Sam Blues Band.
  2. Related Magic Sam Links Magic Sam wiki Magic Sam twitter Magic Sam facebook Magic Sam mp3 order by popularity | order by alphabet All Of Your Love Out Of Bad Luck Sweet Home Chicago I Just Want A Little Bit Easy Baby You Don't Love Me Baby I Need You So Bad It's All Your Fault Every Night And Every Day I Have The Same Old Blues 21 Days In Jail.
  3. 18 year old Alicia's version of Magic Sam's, 21 Days in Jail. She is using the Minor Baby Blues backing track from the Practice Tracks: Blues for All Lead Instruments series.
  4. about. No blues guitarist better represented the adventurous modern sound of Chicago's West side more proudly than Sam Maghett. He died tragically young (at age 32 of a heart attack), just as he was on the brink of climbing the ladder to legitimate stardom.
  5. Aug 20,  · All Your Love [The Blues Collection #21], a Compilation of songs by Magic Sam. Released in on Orbis Publishing Ltd (catalog no. BLU NC ; CD). Genres: Electric Blues, Chicago Blues, Blues/5(30).
  6. "Out of Bad Luck" brought back that trademark melody again, but it remained as shattering as ever. Another notable side, the plaintive "That's Why I'm Crying," wound up on Delmark's Sweet Home Chicago anthology, along with Sam 's stunning clippity-clop boogie instrumental "Riding High" (aided by the muscular tenor sax of Eddie Shaw).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of All Your Love on Discogs.3/5(1).
  8. Samuel Gene Maghett (February 14, – December 1, ), known as Magic Sam, was an American Chicago blues musician. He was born in Grenada County, Mississippi, and learned to play the blues from listening to records by Muddy Waters and Little Walter. After moving to Chicago at the age of 19, he was signed by Cobra Records and became well known as a .

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