Sam Mosley and his friend Bobby Johnson played music together as teenagers in and around their hometown in northern Mississippi. Together the team formed a successful band and songwriting team that earned them a place in blues history. They began recording for Sabo Records in the early 1970s and followed their releases with tours in Mississippi and Tennessee. Among their early hits was “Never Let You Go.” Other tunes including those Sam recorded on his own, hit the charts over the years such as “Keep the Funk Flowin’, “Rock Me,” “Wazuri” and “Is It Over.”
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