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Crosscut Saw - Otis Rush - So Many Roads (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Otis Rush Jr. (April 29, – September 29, ) was an American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter. His distinctive guitar style featured a slow-burning sound and long bent petherronestdetigoodreleveamarmeo.xyzinfo qualities similar to the styles of other s artists Magic Sam and Buddy Guy, his sound became known as West Side Chicago blues and was an influence on many musicians, including Michael Bloomfield.
  2. So Many Roads, So Many Trains; $ on iTunes Big Boss Man; $ on iTunes Spoonful; $ on iTunes Have You Ever Loved A Woman; $ on iTunes Drivin' Wheel; $ on iTunes Turn On Your Love Light; $ on iTunes Frosty; $ on iTunes Bring It On Home; $ on iTunes My Time After Awhile; $ on.
  3. So Many Roads stands with any of his Cobra sides (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers revived it in with Peter Green on lead guitar). " Somebody gave me that song," says Rush. If the label credits can be believed, that somebody was year-old Marshall Paul Chess.
  4. Buy Otis Rush's album titled So Many Roads: Live in Concert to enjoy in your home. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. So Many Roads: Live in Concert. by Otis Rush $ $ Save 3% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 3%. CD. $ Vinyl LP. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. Ship This Item Price: $
  5. Guitar tabs for Crosscut Saw by Otis Rush. Find the best version for your choice. Chords and tablature aggregator - petherronestdetigoodreleveamarmeo.xyzinfo
  6. Jan 16,  · When he orignally recorded that cut for Cobra Records (late 50's) he used a strat. He spent a lot of the 70's with the red for a good example, check out the album "So Many Roads." But then he seemed to revert to the strat. I do not beleive he was exactly brand loyal. IMHO - that is a sorry version of the classic on his site.
  7. But Rush's performance of "So Many Roads" (featuring one of the greatest slow blues guitar solos of all time) should not be missed at any cost. Albert King performs on eight of its 14 cuts, three from Parrot (recorded in Chicago in ) and the rest from St. Louis,
  8. So Many Roads stands with any of his Cobra sides (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers revived it in with Peter Green on lead guitar). "Somebody gave me that song," says Rush. If the label credits can be believed, that somebody was year-old Marshall Paul Chess.

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