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Album Review

With sympathetic production from John Porter, a great lineup of players who follow him every bluesy turn of the way and a dozen well chosen pieces of material, Rush wipes the unispired album slate clean with this one. Everything that makes Otis a unique master of his form is here to savor, from his passionate vocals to the shimmering finger vibrato he applies to the liquid tones of his Fender Stratocaster. While Rush has tackled some of this material on other outings, never has it been served up so passionately as it is here. Even the re-cut of his famous Duke 45 "Homework" burns with a new intensity that makes you believe that this is one opportunity that Rush — at least this time — refused to let go by the boards.

Customer Reviews

Otis at his best!!

This is classic Otis but with better production. Otis Rush is the epitomy of that Chicago west side sound. Great songwriting, vocals and that legendary Otis guitar sound. What more could you want. One of the very great blues legends!!! Steve W - Vancouver

One Of The Best

This album has been in steady rotation on my stereo for over a decade. It is blues as it should be played. With passion - sometimes anguished, sometimes smiling. And with blazing guitars. Wonderfully produced, to my mind, this is Otis Rush's best album. A must have for any lover of Chicago blues.


Born: April 29, 1934 in Philadelphia, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Breaking into the R&B Top Ten his very first time out in 1956 with the startlingly intense slow blues "I Can't Quit You Baby," southpaw guitarist Otis Rush subsequently established himself as one of the premier bluesmen on the Chicago circuit. Rush is often credited with being one of the architects of the West side guitar style, along with Magic Sam and Buddy Guy. It's a nebulous honor, since Rush played clubs on Chicago's South side just as frequently during the sound's late-'50s incubation...
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