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I Cant Quit You Baby - Various - The Rough Guide To Chicago Blues (CD)

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  1. " I Can't Quit You Baby " is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Chicago blues artist Otis Rush in It was Rush's first recording and became a record chart hit. The song, a slow twelve-bar blues, has been recorded by various artists, including Led Zeppelin.
  2. If you had access to many vaults, you end up feeling that, in most cases, these are the tracks you'd pick to represent the artists and the style, like the original version of "That's All Right" from Arthur Crudup, or T-Bone Walker's classic "Stormy Monday Blues." You might, however, select B.B. King caressing "The Thrill Is Gone," rather than.
  3. Compiled by the author of the 'Rough Guide to the Blues' book and well known music journalist Nigel Williamson. Comes complete with the Bonus CD 'Muddy Waters: Contemporaries & Influences'. Once Muddy Waters arrived in Chicago in , he soon collected around him a group of stellar musicians, who played with him while he changed the face of.
  4. Between and , guitarist Otis Rush recorded a string of hits for Chicago's Cobra Records label, but it all started with "I Can't Quit You Baby." A slow, powerful twelve-bar blues song written and produced by the great Willie Dixon for Rush, the guitarist was spurred on by Dixon to deliver a passionate performance that has stood for the.
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  6. Rough Guide to Chicago Blues Rough Guide (Artist) Format: Audio CD. I Can't Quit You Baby - Otis Rush Sweet Home Chicago - Magic Sam. Product details. The final piece seems uncharacteristically serious, but that apart this is the only Rough Guide CD (so far) that has made me laugh out loud most of the way through!! Highly /5(46).
  7. Otis Rush. Otis Rush (born April 29, in Philadelphia, Mississippi) is a blues musician, singer and guitarist. His distinctive guitar style features a slow burning sound and long bent notes.
  8. While blues in the Delta was predominately acoustic, the blues music of Chicago went in a different direction and evolved into electric blues with larger band formats. This album rounds up the scene in Chicago, with tracks from the early pioneers and those fresh on the circuit.

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