We were playing this tune as an instrumental to bring Mighty Sam McClain up on stage during a European tour. The bill was us and Artiro Sandoval.
On the morning after a performance in Helsinki Sam asked me sit down with him at breakfast. Son, what is that tune yâ all been playing before I come up? I said I had written it for him, inspired by his great faith. No shit, well Iâm gonna write words too it ,what do you call it ? I said Show Me The Way. He replied well Iâm gonna call it Trust.â I answered him you can call it whatever you want I wrote it for you. (Incidentally, the tune is copy written under both titles, but thats another story.)
Show Me The Way Original Instrumental Version]
Edison Cylinder Recording Session
Live with Harry Vann Walls Montreal Jazz Festival
Drum Blowjob C'mon Man One Scotch Over Easy
Although I was a little embarrassed by the title it is still the easiest way to randomly find me on the internet via my youtube channel Donn Scott Shetler
Cmonman live at the club Bohemia in Cambridge Ma with a recitation of The Pie Eyed Piper Of Harlem
Ronnie Earl Giving Up
From the studio recording the album Fathers Day. With Ronnie, Mike Ledbetter: Vocal, Dianne Blue: Vocal Jim Moradian: Bass, Lauren Entress: Drums, David Lamina: keys Donn Scott Shetler Baritone Sax Mario Perret :Tenor Sax.
Fly on the wall, Live Video of us recording "Right Place,"
This is the way it went down no overdubs just play it right the first time in the big room at Wellspring studio