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Otis Rush – So Many Roads (1976)

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Otis Rush – So Many Roads (1976)

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1. Will My Woman Be Home Tonight (Blue Guitar)
2. Every Day I Have The Blues
3. I Can't Quit You, Baby
4. Crosscut Saw
5. Looking Back (Take A Look Behind)
6. All Your Love I Miss Loving
7. So Many Roads
8. Gambler's Blues
9. Three Times A Fool
Personnel: Otis Rush (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Johnson (guitar); Sylvester Boines (bass); Tyrone Centuray (drums).

 

This album is a must have for fans of blues guitar, or just great blues music. Otis Rush is a force to reckoned with on this album, his guitar is alive in his hands and sings, squeals and grunts at times. His singing is powerful, and always tasteful. Right from the opening track his 'blue guitar' hits the mark and never waivers. All Your Love is well done, and I also loved that he did a version of Kenny Burrell's Chitlin's Con Carne !!! very cool ! Otis Rush is awesome and certainly lives up to his nick-name as 'King of Singing String.' ---brian9755, amazon.com

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