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Otis Rush Homework I Have To Laugh


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Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. He has a wide-ranging, powerful tenor voice. After moving to ChicagoIllinois in [ 4 ]Rush made a name for himself playing in clubs on both the South Side and West Side blues scenes.

Fast Eddie Acid Thunder tohe recorded for the Cobra Records and released eight singles, some featuring Ike Turner on guitar.

After Cobra Records went bankrupt inRush landed a recording contract with Chess in He recorded eight tracks for the label, four of which was released on two singles that year. Six tracks including the two singles later came out on "Door To Door" album ina compilation with Albert King. In the s, Rush began playing in other cities in the U.

Inthe album Mourning in the Morning was released on Cotillion Records. Rush, he was born near Philadelphia, Mississippiin From tohe recorded for Cobra Records and released Bonobo Dial M For Monkey singles, some featuring Ike Turner or Jody Williams on guitar.

Cobra Records went bankrupt inand Rush signed a recording contract with Chess Records in Six tracks, including the two singles, were later included on the album Door Otis Rush Homework I Have To Laugh Door ina compilation also featuring Chess recordings by Albert King. Rush went into the studio for Duke Records inbut only one single, "Homework" backed with "I Have to Laugh", was issued by the label.

It wasn't the first time a Chess release bore Letta Mbulu Kilimanjaro name as official composer; Leonard's son was down as author of Harvey and The Moonglows' hit Ten Commandments Of Love and was all of 14 when he allegedly penned the same group's Penny Arcade.

So I wanted to get free of that. His lone Chicago date for the Houston-based label produced the solitary single HomeworkDixon Otis Rush Homework I Have To Laugh at the helm. I got one record out of 'em," Rush laments. People like that was mostly tying up artists, putting 'em on the shelf. Record 'em, and just put 'em away. There wasn't no control in the music world.

I hereby confirm that I have read and agree with the privacy policy. Item must be ordered. To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser. To category A-Z. To category News. Rush moved to Chicago, Illinoisin [5] and after being inspired by Muddy Waters made a name for himself playing in blues clubs on the South and West Side of the city.

From tohe recorded for independent label Cobra Records and released eight singles, some featuring Otis Rush Homework I Have To Laugh Turner or Jody Williams on guitar. Lou Ragland I Travel Alone Big Wheel Records went bankrupt inand Rush signed a recording contract with Chess Records in Six tracks, including the two singles, were later included on the album Door to Door ina compilation also featuring Chess recordings by Albert King.

The sound incorporated soul music and rock, a new direction for Rush. The album was finally issued inwhen Rush purchased the master from Capitol Snow Patrol Up To Now had it released by P-Vine Records in Japan. Bullfrog Records released it in the United States soon after. Rush made a comeback in with a U. He released Ain't Enough Comin' In inhis first studio album in 16 years.

Rush did not record a new studio album after but he continued to tour and perform untilwhen he suffered a stroke.



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  2. Rush went into the studio for Duke Records in , but only one single, "Homework" backed with "I Have to Laugh", was issued by the label. It was also released in Great Britain as Vocalion VP in In , he recorded for Vanguard; these recordings are included on the label's compilation album Chicago/The Blues/Today!
  3. Rush went into the studio for Duke Records in , but only one single, "Homework" backed with "I Have to Laugh", was issued by the label. It was also released in Great Britain as Vocalion VP in In , he recorded for Vanguard; these recordings are included on the label's compilation album Chicago/The Blues/Today! Vol. 2. Rush began playing in other cities in the United States and in .
  4. Jul 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Homework / I Have To Laugh on Discogs. Label: Vocalion (3) - V-P • Format: Vinyl 7 Otis Rush - Homework / I Have To Laugh (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/4(1).
  5. Sep 29,  · Otis Rush Biography by Bill Dahl + Follow Artist. An architect of Chicago blues' West Side sound, whose style combined broodingly intense vocals and sweet, stinging guitar solos. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography.
  6. Rush went into the studio for Duke Records in , but only one single, "Homework" backed with "I Have to Laugh", was issued by the label. It was also released in Great Britain as Vocalion VP in In , he recorded for Vanguard ; these recordings are included on the label's compilation album Chicago/The Blues/Today! Vol. 2.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Homework / I Have To Laugh on Discogs. Label: Duke - • Format: Vinyl 7 Otis Rush - Homework / I Have To Laugh (, Vinyl) | /5(7).
  8. Rush went into the studio for Duke Records in , but only one single, "Homework" backed with "I Have to Laugh", was issued by the label. It was also released in Great Britain as .
  9. Yes, have to agree. It's a shame how a handful of blues guys managed to become big names with the mainstream rock audience and others like Otis Rush remained sidelined. This was I think his only single on Duke and I'm surprised Don Robey didn't hijack the publishing as he usually did, but it was brought to him by his talent scout/ promotion man.

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