Blind, Crippled And Crazy by Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark
Grammy® Award winner and Americana legend, Delbert McClinton returns to where he began his recording career over 40 years ago, a duets record with Glen Clark. Delbert & Glen released 2 albums in the early 70s. The two remained friends and now have reunited for Blind, Crippled & Crazy. Produced by Gary Nicholson, Delbert and Glen, the new album delivers all the swampy blues, soul and honky tonk sounds with lyrics and harmonies full of wisdom and wit.
1 Been Around A Long Time
2 Whoever Said It Was Easy
3 Oughta No
4 World Of Hurt
5 More And More, Less And Less
6 Just When I Need You The Most
7 Somebody To Love You
8 Sure Feels Good
9 Tell My Mama
10 Peace In The Valley
11 Good As I Feel Today
12 If I Could Be Your Lover
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