Otis Rush - Live ...And In Concert From San Francisco FLAC album
OTIS RUSH Live And In Concert From San Francisco Otis Rush Jr. born in April 29, 1935 and died in September 29, 2018 was an American blues guitarist.
Rush's 2006 album Live. and in Concert from San Francisco, a live recording from 1999, was released by Blues Express Records In June 2016, Rush made a rare appearance at the Chicago Blues Festival in Grant Park. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel honored Rush's appearance by declaring June 12 to be Otis Rush Day in Chicago.
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Lead Guitar, Vocals – Otis Rush. Producer, Supervised By – Steve Tomashefsky. Supervised By – Masa Nakae, Yasufumi Higurashi. Recorded in concert on 20th and 29th July, 1975, Tokyo, by Trio Records and Delmark Records. White Delmark label, 4121 North Rockwell - Chicago, IL 60618 address. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout etched): (ᵛᵛ) 34116 DS-643A 0X273.
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and in Concert from San Francisco. All Your Love, I Miss Lovin'. 1 I Can't Quit You Baby Otis Rush 3:5. 2 Sit Down Baby Otis Rush 2:18. 5 Groaning the Blues Otis Rush 3:2. 6 If You Were Mine Otis Rush 3:4.
Not just the best live Otis Rush album, but one of his best albums, period. His big vibrato (on both his voice and guitar) shakes up the rapt Tokyo crowd in '75 as he digs into I Can't Quit You Baby; Mean Old World; So Many Roads, So Many Trains; Chitlins Con Carne; Three Times a Fool; All Your Love (I Miss Loving), and more! Track List.
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|1||I Wonder Why||6:54|
|2||All Your Love (I Miss Loving)||8:13|
|3||It's My Own Fault||9:51|
|5||I Can't Quit You Baby||7:38|
|6||Feel So Bad||5:52|
|7||Got My Mojo Working||6:53|
- Mixed At – Different Fur Studios
- Baritone Saxophone, Arranged By – Willie Henderson
- Bass – Lonely Fuller Jr.
- Drums – Lester Jordan
- Guitar – Bobby Murray* (tracks: 7)
- Tenor Saxophone – Carl Weathersby
- Trombone – Willie Woods
- Trumpet – Marvin McFadden
- Vocals, Lead Guitar – Otis Rush
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