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  1. Otis Rush Jr. (April 29, – September 29, ) was an American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter. His distinctive guitar style featured a slow-burning sound and long bent verlodeveganodelandcodoubsiobel.coinfo qualities similar to the styles of other s artists Magic Sam and Buddy Guy, his sound became known as West Side Chicago blues and was an influence on many musicians, including Michael Bloomfield.
  2. Buy Otis Rush's album titled Mourning in the Morning. Vinyl LP. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. Otis Rush's trip to Muscle Shoals sounds pretty fine now (with the obvious exceptions of "My Old Lady" and "Me," which no amount of time will ever save).Price: $
  3. Label: Sundazed Music - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue grams • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues Otis Rush - Mourning In The Morning (, grams, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(18).
  4. Altantic Album, On Hq Vinyl Otis Rush Mourning In The Morning - LP | 1 platen Release-datum: 30 juni Label: Sundazed Music Inc. Barcode: Genre: Blues.
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  6. 7. My Old Lady (Mike Bloomfield, Nick Gravenites) 8. My Love Will Never Die (Otis Rush) 9. Reap What You Sow (Mike Bloomfield, Nick Gravenites, Paul Butterfield) It Takes Time (Otis Rush) Can't Wait No Longer (Mike Bloomfield, Nick Gravenites) the musicians: Guitar, Vocals – Otis Rush Guitar – Duane Allman/5(26).
  7. Gold vinyl pressing. For Mourning In The Morning, his album debut on Atlantic Records, southpaw blues guitar legend Otis Rush journeyed from his Chicago home to Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama — a burg best known for seminal soul platters.. Backed by a horn-powered band that included a young Duane Allman on rhythm guitar, Otis' slashing axe and anguished vocals .
  8. Panned by many a critic upon its release, Otis Rush's trip to Muscle Shoals sounds pretty fine now (with the obvious exceptions of "My Old Lady" and "Me," which no amount of time will ever save). The house band (including Duane Allman and drummer Roger Hawkins) picks up on Rush's harrowing vibe and runs with it on the stunning "Gambler's Blues," a chomping "Feel So Bad," and a shimmering.
  9. Otis Rush's initial output for the Cobra Records imprint in the early '60s was downright evil-sounding and influenced generations of guitarists that came after him. These recordings lean more toward soul-blues than Chicago blues, but Rush's diabolically precise guitar playing is very much intact.

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