It's Hard For Me To Believe, Baby. Written-By – Otis Rush. May Be The Last Time. Written-By – J. Brown.
Distributed by Masters, Konstruktieweg 3, Roermond, Holland. CL00291283 CLMC 009291283 Stereo Artists & Cat No printed on the spine. A similar version exists here which has white labels.
Otis Rush & Little Walter. 2013 Digitally Remastered. Live At Montreux 1986. Otis Rush, Eric Clapton, Luther Allison. All Your Love I Miss Loving - Live At The Wise Fools Pub, Chicago. Mo Better Blues Blues Album. Windy City Blues - Live In Chicago 1995.
According to Chicago bluesman Floyd Jones, Little Walter's first recording was an unreleased demo recorded soon after he arrived in Chicago, on which Walter played guitar backing Jones Jacobs suffered from alcoholism and had a notoriously short temper, which in late 1950s led to violent altercations, minor scrapes with the law, and increasingly irresponsible behavior. This led to a decline in his fame and fortunes, beginning in the late 1950s Death.
Otis Rush, the legendary Chicago blues guitarist, has died from complications due to a stroke at the age of 84. Getty Images/Jack Vartoogian. During his Cobra years, Rush recorded with a revolving cast of musicians that included Ike Turner, Big Walter Horton, Little Walter and Little Brother Montgomery. His output also featured classic cuts such as My Love Will Never Die, All Your Love (I Miss Loving) (later covered by John Mayall) and Double Trouble (Stevie Ray Vaughn later named his band after that track). But it wasn’t until 1969 that Rush released what was essentially his first album, Mourning In the Morning, which he recorded at the legendary FAME Studios with the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. In 1994, Rush released Ain’t Enough Comin’ In, which at the time marked his first record in 16 years.
Unsung Bronzeville-a Music History Exhibit, is at the college now through June 30, 2019. The FINAL day of the 2019 is here.
Live in Chicago is an album of live recordings by Little Walter and Otis Rush, purportedly recorded at the Chicago Blues Festival in 1967. According to the All Music Guide to the Blues, "These live performances have been circulating around bootleg channels under a plethora of titles for decades. Some of these titles include: At the Chicago Blues Festival. Little Walter & Otis Rush. Live at the Chicago Blues Festival. Live in the Windy City.