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Jasmine Records - I Won't Be Worried No More - Otis Rush's Chicago Blues 1956-1962 ORIGINAL RECORDINGS - Otis Rush was one of the new wave of blues guitarists who came up through the competitive club scene of Chicago during the mid-1950s. - John Mayall in particular was on a mission to promote Rush's music recording, 'All Your Love', 'Double Trouble' and 'So Many Roads' featuring guitarist Peter Green and Eric Clapton. In fact scores of artists went on to revive his songs. These include The Paul Butterfield Band, Aerosmith, and Gary Moore.
Jasmine Records - I Won't Be Worried No More - Otis Rush's Chicago Blues 1956-1962 ORIGINAL RECORDINGS - Otis Rush was one of the new wave of blues guitarists who came up through the competitive club scene of Chicago during the mid-1950s. - John Mayall in particular was on a mission to promote Rush's music recording, 'All Your Love', 'Double Trouble' and 'So Many Roads' featuring guitarist Peter Green and Eric Clapton. In fact scores of artists went on to revive his songs. These include The Paul Butterfield Band, Aerosmith, and Gary Moore.
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Otis Rush's Chicago Blues 1956-1962: I Won't Be
Artist: Otis Rush
Format: CD
New: Available $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Can't Quit You Baby
2. Sit Down Baby
3. I Can't Quit You Baby (Take 3)
4. Sit Down Baby Alternate Take Aka 'Little Red Rooster'
5. My Love Will Never Die
6. Groaning the Blues
7. If You Were Mine
8. Love That Woman
9. Jump Sister Bessie
10. Three Times a Fool
11. She's a Good-'Un
12. It Takes Time
13. Checking on My Baby
14. Double Trouble
15. Keep on Loving Me, Baby
16. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
17. My Baby's a Good'un
18. So Many Roads, So Many Trains
19. I'm Satisfied
20. So Close
21. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
22. You Know My Love
23. I Can't Stop Baby
24. I Won't Be Worried No More
25. Ooh-Wee Baby
26. Homework
27. I Have to Laugh

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Jasmine Records - I Won't Be Worried No More - Otis Rush's Chicago Blues 1956-1962 ORIGINAL RECORDINGS - Otis Rush was one of the new wave of blues guitarists who came up through the competitive club scene of Chicago during the mid-1950s. - John Mayall in particular was on a mission to promote Rush's music recording, 'All Your Love', 'Double Trouble' and 'So Many Roads' featuring guitarist Peter Green and Eric Clapton. In fact scores of artists went on to revive his songs. These include The Paul Butterfield Band, Aerosmith, and Gary Moore.
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