Otis Rush So Many Roads Live in Concert 1975

So Many Roads: Live in Concert is a live album by Otis Rush.

It was recorded in Tokyo in Japan at concerts on the 20th and 29th July, 1975.

Otis Rush So Many Roads Live in Concert

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Songs On Otis Rush So Many Roads Live in Concert

1. Introduction
2. Will My Woman Be Home Tonight (Blue Guitar)
3. Everyday I Have The Blues
4. I Can’t Quit You, Baby
5. Crosscut Saw
6. Looking Back (Take A Look Behind)
7. Chitlins Con Carne
8. I’ve Got News For You
9. Mean Old World
10. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
11. So Many Roads
12. Gambler’s Blues
13. Three Times A Fool

Playing on the album are:

Otis Rush – guitar and vocals
Jimmy Johnson – guitar
Sylvester Boines – bass
Tyrone Centuray – drums

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His live albums include:

1967 Live At The Chicago Blues Festival with Little Walter – 1973 Double Trouble Live In Cambridge – 1975 So Many Roads Live In Concert – 1976 All Your Love I Miss Loving Live At The Wise Fools Pub Chicago – 1977 Live In Europe – 1985 Tops 1986 Live In Japan – 1986 & Friends Live At Montreux featuring Eric Clapton and Luther Allison – 1999 Live And In Concert From San Francisco ? Windy City Blues with Little Walter – ? Live & Awesome

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