Sugar Blues

This is the sad story of a woman whose lover was the sweetest man in the world … before it all went sour. It was written in 1919 by Clarence Williams, but will be forever associated with trumpeter Clyde McCoy who added the wah-wah mute to his recording in 1932 and made the tune a major hit. It was McCoy’s theme song for the rest of his career. Listen to Brian and Mike milk it. “Sugar Blues.”