With a psychedelic brand of soul and a vocal style that drew comparisons to Otis Redding, the 300-400 pound Baby Huey was set to break out of the Chicago scene with the release of his debut album. Unfortunately, his weight and taste for drugs resulted in a fatal heart attack that prevented him from seeing the release of the disc. Featuring producer Curtis Mayfield's 'Hard Times' and 'Mighty Mighty Childre' plus a cover of Sam Cooke's 'A Change Is Gonna Come,' Baby Huey's lone album has become a sought-after collectible among soul fanatics. Water. 2004.