Editors’ Notes Magic Sam’s debut, released on Delmark in 1967, introduced the world to Chicago’s West Side sound. This isn’t the beefy swagger of the city’s Chess era. The elegant and stylish bluesman’s reedy yelp and tremolo-laden guitar reflect a love for Motown’s sweet melodicism (“That’s All I Need”) and lean, rocking swing (“I Feel So Good - I Wanna Boogie”). Even when Magic Sam gets low, down, and dirty on J.B. Lenoir’s “Mama, Mama - Talk to Your Daughter,” he sounds disarmingly sophisticated.

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That's All I Need
1
3:18
 
I Need You So Bad
2
4:56
 
I Feel So Good - I Wanna Boogie
3
4:46
 
All of Your Love
4
3:52
 
I Don't Want No Woman
5
3:38
 
Sweet Home Chicago
6
4:16
 
I Found a New Love
7
4:08
 
Every Night and Every Day
8
3:10
 
Lookin' Good
9
3:17
 
My Love Will Never Die
10
4:11
 
Mama, Mama - Talk to Your Daughter
11
2:46
 
I Don't Want No Woman
12
3:30