We remember Otis Rush. ‘Rush Day’

This day (September 29, 2018) in Chicago, Illinois, died Otis Rush, a blues musician, singer and guitarist.

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Digest Tracklist :

Piazza Blues Festival (2001) . Lonely Man (1997) . Homework (1994) . w/ Eric Clapton & Luther Allison
- Every Day I Have The Blues (1986) . Will my woman be home tonight (1983) . I Can’t Quit You Baby (1966) .

TOP 10

Otis Rush Top 10 :

I Can’t Quit You Baby . All Your Love (I Miss Loving) . Double Trouble . All Your Love . It Takes Time . So Many Roads, So Many Trains . My Love Will Never Die . Keep On Loving Me Baby . You Know My Love . Feel So Bad .

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Wikipedia : This day (September 29, 2018) in Chicago, Illinois, died Otis Rush, a blues musician, singer and guitarist.

Official Site : Since the 1950s when he had his first chart topping hit on Cobra Records, I Can’t Quit You Baby, Rush has gone on to influence musicians such as, Michael Bloomfield, Peter Green, Eric Clapton, Santana, Luther Allison, Jeff Beck and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

@allmusic : Once again, a series of personal problems threatened to end Rush’s long-overdue return to national prominence before it got off the ground. But he’s been in top-notch form in recent years, fronting a tight band that’s entirely sympathetic to the guitarist’s sizzling approach.

@last.fm : By 1954 he had begun to play the guitar in earnest, inspired first by the rugged Delta blues of Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf and then by the recordings of B.B and Albert King. Rush gained enough respect in Chicago blues circles for the composer and bass player Willie Dixon to help him secure a recording contract with Cobra Records in 1956.

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