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Baby Huey's version of "Hard Times" is one of the best tracks I've ever heard. He also gives a powerful rendition of "A Change Is Gonna Come" and "Mighty Mighty" is well worth a listen too. The rest of the album is mostly instrumental and not really in the same league. Still gets 5 stars though for the brilliance of "Hard Times" alone.

Big Man, Big Sound!

I came across this album as a result of "Hard Times" ending up on a snowboard movie soundtrack and what a find!! I don't normally take the time to write any comments, but for this gem it's a must. From the first track you get an idea of how tight a band the Baby Sitters really were, you then get taken on a journey to planet funk and beyond. Reading online about the big man I understand they never took the time out from performing live to record much apart from what we have here, and on Mighty Mighty you get a feel for the stage presence he must have had. Stand-outs for me then woud be Listen to Me, Mighty Mighty, Hard Times, and Running any one of which would make this worthy of 5 stars. Go on enjoy!

what a waist

Huey's version of A Change is Gonna Come is, alongside The Undisputed Truth's cover of Ball of Confusion one of the sublime moments in soul music history. Psychedelic Soul is a much maligned genre and can be overblown.That's not the case here.. for me the track is too short.


Born: 1944 in Richmond, IN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s

A locally beloved figure on the Chicago soul scene, Baby Huey never achieved quite the same renown outside of his hometown, despite an exciting live act and a record on Curtis Mayfield's Curtom label. Born James Ramey in Richmond, IN, in 1944, Baby Huey was literally an enormous stage presence: a glandular problem kept his weight around 350-400 pounds and beyond. He began performing in Chicago clubs in 1963 with his backing band the Babysitters and soon became a popular concert draw. As the '60s...
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