Rush, Otis

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Blues Live!
Used - LP - PA 3086
Japan Only Rarity With Obi. Recorded Live In Tokyo, 1975. more
Blues Live!
Used - LP - PA 3086
Rare 1975 Japanese Original Recorded Live In Tokyo. Jacket Has Light Seam Wear. LP Appears Unplayed. Features Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines And Tyrone Century. more
Cobra Alternates
New - LP - PLP 9013
New, Unplayed Japan Only Mono Original With Obi. more
Cold Day In Hell
Used - LP - DS 638
Beautiful 1975 Textured Cover Original. more
Cold Day In Hell
Used - LP - DS-638
1997 Reissue Of This 1975 Album. Shrink Wrap Intact, Barcode On Rear. Glossy Vinyl. more
Cold Day In Hell
New - LP - DS-638
Sealed Latest Repress Of (Most Likely) The 1997 Reissue, With Bar Code On Rear. "Inconsistent But Sometimes Riveting 1975 Studio Set That Hits Some High Highs (A Crunchy "Cut You A Loose," The Lickety-Split Jazzy Instrumental "Motoring Along") Right Alongside Some Incredibly Indulgent Moments. But That's Otis -- The Transcendent Instants Are Worth The Hassle." AMG Review By Bill Dahl. more
Live In Europe
Used - LP - 900.521
1977 French Original Housed In A Laminated Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Otis Rush, Lead Guitar, Vocal; Bob Levis, Rhythm Guitar; Bob Stroger, Bass Guitar; Jesse Green, Drums. Tracks Are: "Cut You Loose," "All Your Love Is Missing," "You're Breaking My Heart," "Crosscut Saw," "I Can't Quite You Baby," "I'm Tore Up," "Looking Back." more
Lost In The Blues
Used - LP - AL 4797
1991 Vinyl Rarity Still In Shrink Wrap. Recorded In 1977 In Sweden At Sonet Records' Studio. Otis Was Not Satisfied With The Original Recording And In 1990 Had Lucky Peterson Fly In To Chicago To "Dress Up" The Songs With Piano & Organ. Each Tune Was Remixed To Bring Out The Power And Delicay Of Otis' Voice. Appears Unplayed. more
Mourning In The Morning
Used - LP - SD 9006
Beautiful 1969 Heavy Vinly Original In Shrink Wrap. Features Duane Allman And Others. more
Right Place, Wrong Time
Used - LP - BULLFROG 301
Rare 1976 Bullfrog Label Original Recorded At Wally Heider's Studio, 1971. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Recording Session Was Not Released Until Five Years After It Was Done. One Can Imagine The Tapes Practically Smoldering In Their Cases, The Music Is So Hot. Otis Rush Was A Great Blues Expander, A Man Whose Guitar Playing Was In Every Molecule Pure Blues. On His Solos On This Album He Strips The Idea Of The Blues Down To Very Simple Gestures (I.E., A Bent String, But Bent In Such A Subtle Way That The Seasoned Blues Listener Will Be Surprised). As A Performer He Opens Up The Blues Form With His Chord Progressions And Use Of Horn Sections, The Latter Instrumentation Again Added In A Wonderfully Spare Manner, Bringing To Mind A Master Painter Working Certain Parts Of A Canvas In Order To Bring In More Light. Blues Fans Who Get Tired Of The Same Old Song Structures, Riff, And Rhythms Should Be Delighted With Most Of Rush's Output, And This One Is Among His Best. Sometimes All He Does To Make A Song Sound Unlike Any Blues One Has Ever Heard Is Just A Small Thing. This Record Doesn't Mess Around At All. The First Track Takes Off Like The Man They Fire Out Of A Cannon At The End Of A Circus, A Perceived Climax Swaggeringly Representing Just The Beginning, After All. Some Of The Finest Tracks Are The Ones That Go Longer Than Five Minutes, Allowing The Players Room To Stretch. And That Means More Of Rush's Great Guitar Playing, Of Course. For The Final Track He Leaves The Blues Behind Completely For A Moving Cover Version Of "Rainy Night In Georgia" By Tony Joe White.” Eugene Chadbourne, AMG. more
Right Place, Wrong Time
Used - LP - ED 220
Rare UK Pressing. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Recording Session Was Not Released Until Five Years After It Was Done. One Can Imagine The Tapes Practically Smoldering In Their Cases, The Music Is So Hot. Otis Rush Was A Great Blues Expander, A Man Whose Guitar Playing Was In Every Molecule Pure Blues. On His Solos On This Album He Strips The Idea Of The Blues Down To Very Simple Gestures (I.E., A Bent String, But Bent In Such A Subtle Way That The Seasoned Blues Listener Will Be Surprised). As A Performer He Opens Up The Blues Form With His Chord Progressions And Use Of Horn Sections, The Latter Instrumentation Again Added In A Wonderfully Spare Manner, Bringing To Mind A Master Painter Working Certain Parts Of A Canvas In Order To Bring In More Light. Blues Fans Who Get Tired Of The Same Old Song Structures, Riff, And Rhythms Should Be Delighted With Most Of Rush's Output, And This One Is Among His Best. Sometimes All He Does To Make A Song Sound Unlike Any Blues One Has Ever Heard Is Just A Small Thing. This Record Doesn't Mess Around At All. The First Track Takes Off Like The Man They Fire Out Of A Cannon At The End Of A Circus, A Perceived Climax Swaggeringly Representing Just The Beginning, After All. Some Of The Finest Tracks Are The Ones That Go Longer Than Five Minutes, Allowing The Players Room To Stretch. And That Means More Of Rush's Great Guitar Playing, Of Course. For The Final Track He Leaves The Blues Behind Completely For A Moving Cover Version Of "Rainy Night In Georgia" By Tony Joe White.” Eugene Chadbourne, AMG. more
Right Place, Wrong Time
Audiophile - LP - BULLFROG 301
Sealed 2013 180gm HQ Reissue. Remastered By Kevin Gray. more
Right Place, Wrong Time
Used - LP - 301
Killer 1976 Original Pressing Still In Shrink. Vinyl Is Gorgeous. more
Right Place, Wrong Time
Used - LP - 8007
1986 Reissue Of The Rare 1976 Album Originally On Bullfrog Records. Still In Shrink. “This Recording Session Was Not Released Until Five Years After It Was Done. One Can Imagine The Tapes Practically Smoldering In Their Cases, The Music Is So Hot. Otis Rush Was A Great Blues Expander, A Man Whose Guitar Playing Was In Every Molecule Pure Blues. On His Solos On This Album He Strips The Idea Of The Blues Down To Very Simple Gestures (I.E., A Bent String, But Bent In Such A Subtle Way That The Seasoned Blues Listener Will Be Surprised). As A Performer He Opens Up The Blues Form With His Chord Progressions And Use Of Horn Sections, The Latter Instrumentation Again Added In A Wonderfully Spare Manner, Bringing To Mind A Master Painter Working Certain Parts Of A Canvas In Order To Bring In More Light. Blues Fans Who Get Tired Of The Same Old Song Structures, Riff, And Rhythms Should Be Delighted With Most Of Rush's Output, And This One Is Among His Best. Sometimes All He Does To Make A Song Sound Unlike Any Blues One Has Ever Heard Is Just A Small Thing. This Record Doesn't Mess Around At All. The First Track Takes Off Like The Man They Fire Out Of A Cannon At The End Of A Circus, A Perceived Climax Swaggeringly Representing Just The Beginning, After All. Some Of The Finest Tracks Are The Ones That Go Longer Than Five Minutes, Allowing The Players Room To Stretch. And That Means More Of Rush's Great Guitar Playing, Of Course. For The Final Track He Leaves The Blues Behind Completely For A Moving Cover Version Of "Rainy Night In Georgia" By Tony Joe White.” Eugene Chadbourne, AMG. more
Screamin' And Cryin'
Used - LP - 33.516
Rare 1974 Original Housed In A Laminated Cover. Otis Rush, Guitar, Voclas; Jimmy Dawkins, Guitar; Jerome Van Jones, Organ & Piano; Sunnyland Slim, Piano (A1 Only); Willie Mabon, Piano; James Green, Bass Guitar; Bob Plunkettm Drums. Songs Are: "Looking Back," "You Gonna Need Me," "It's My Own Fault," "I Can't Quit You Baby," "Every Day I Have The Blues" And "A Beautiful Memory." LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed, But Has A Barley Visible, Low Level Bubble In The Lead In Groove At The Start Of The First Side. Reduced By $50 Over A Perfect Copy. Yet Another Great Recording On This French Label. more
So Many Roads
Used - LP - DS 643
Rare 1978 Original Recorded Live In Japan. Appears Unplayed. more
So Many Roads
New - LP - DS 643
Sealed 2nd Pressing (Bar Code On Back). Recorded Live In Japan, 1978. more
Tops
New - LP - BPLP 3188
Sealed, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Recorded Live At The san Francisco Blues Festival, 1985. more
Tops
New - LP - BPLP 3188
Sealed, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Recorded Live At The San Francisco Blues Festival, 1985. more
Tops
Used - LP - BP 3188
1985 Virgin Vinyl Original. Recorded Live At The San Francisco Blues Festival. Cut Corner. more
Troubles Troubles
Used - LP - SNTF 756
Beautiful 1978 UK Original. Recorded In 1977 With Rush (Guitar, Vocals), Bob Levis (Guitar), Bob Strokes (Bass) And Jessie Lawis (Drums And Vocal On "Same Old Blues"). more

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