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Come Day Come Go - Otis Spann - This Is The Blues (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Boasting fellow Chicago blues dynamo James Cotton on both harmonica and lead vocals, The Blues Never Die! is one of Otis Spann's most inspired albums. When this session was recorded for Prestige's Bluesville subsidiary in , Spann was still best known for playing acoustic piano in Muddy Waters' band. But The Blues Never Die! (which Fantasy reissued on CD in on its Original Blues.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for This Is the Blues - Otis Spann on AllMusic -
  3. Album - Otis Spann is the Blues by Blues Piano Sheets. OTIS SPANN - My Daily Wish [] Come Day Go Day - Otis Spann, "Walking The Blues" by Soul Music Jukebox Channel.
  4. Tracklist with lyrics of the album WALKING THE BLUES [] of Otis Spann: It Must Have Been the Devil - Otis' Blues - Goin' Down Slow - Half Ain't Been.
  5. Editors’ Notes Released two years after Otis Spann’s death, ’s Walking the Blues features sides that date back to Taking a break from his day job in Muddy Waters’ band, the pianist proves equally gifted as singer and songwriter. The originals “It Must Have Been the Devil” and “Half Ain’t Been Told” highlight the contrast between big, powerful keys and deep, haunted.
  6. Walking the Blues is an album by blues pianist and vocalist Otis Spann recorded in New York in by Candid Records but not released until by the Barnaby label.
  7. Otis' Blues, an album by Otis Spann on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  8. Dec 14,  · Pure Pleasure Records has re-mastered the classic Otis Spann album, Walking The Blues to audiophile vinyl. With some assistance by guitarist Robert Lockwood Jr. and legendary vocalist St. Louis Jimmy (James Oden), seminal blues comes to life in modern technology. “Come Day, Go Day” is a late-night, urban grievance for, yes another.

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