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Various Blues Albums

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, May 1975

If you're a living blues master, are you better off dead? ...

Otis Rush Singing The Blues About Obscurity

Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, April 1985

THE IMAGE OF THE under-appreciated blues artist laboring in obscurity has almost become a cliche, but Otis Rush genuinely fits that description. ...

Albert King/Otis Rush: Door To Door

Sleevenotes by Don Snowden, Chess Records, Fall 1990

CERTAINLY IT made sense for Chess to release an album combining the handful of songs recorded by Albert King and Otis Rush during their short-lived ...

Various Artists: The Cobra Records Story

Sleevenotes by Don Snowden, Capricorn Records, 1993

STRANGE THAT The Cobra Story marks the first time that these late '50s recordings culled from three short-lived Chicago labels run by Eli Toscano have ...

Peoples is Peoples: The Otis Rush Interview

Interview by Kirk Silsbee, House of Blues Online, January 2000

THERE WERE three young guitarists in 1960s Chicago who moved the blues forward to new areas of expression: Buddy Guy, the late Magic Sam (Samuel ...

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