Stephen Stills has a new album on the way -- one that pays tribute to a disc he contributed to in 1968.

Stills has teamed up with Kenny Wayne Shepherd on Can't Get Enough, a 10-song collection produced by Talking Heads keyboardist and guitarist Jerry Harrison that is in the vein of Super Session, an album Al Kooper put together with the late blues guitarist Michael Bloomfield and Stills. But Stills was actually an afterthought on that original album. Halfway through the recording, Bloomfield, an insomniac, packed his bags and headed home so he could sleep. Kooper says that instead of panicking, he phoned every guitarist he knew in Los Angeles, and Stills answered the call.

Can't Get Enough, which contains a cover of Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World," will be out May 28th.