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Yes, have to agree. It's a shame how a handful of blues guys managed to become big names with the mainstream rock audience and others like Otis Rush remained sidelined. This was I think his only single on Duke and I'm surprised Don Robey didn't hijack the publishing as he usually did, but it was brought to him by his talent scout/ promotion man.
Aug 31, · Category Music; Song I Have to Laugh; Artist Otis Rush; Album All Your Love, I Miss Lovin' Licensed to YouTube by Kontor New Media Music (on behalf of Mocking Bird); Rumblefish (Publishing), UMPG.
Southpaw Otis Rush had hit his very first time out on fledgling Cobra in '56 with Dixon's I Can't Quit You Baby (see Disc Four) and proceeded to wax a string of hair-raising Chicago blues classics (My Love Will Never Die, Double Trouble, All Your Love [I Miss Loving]) for Eli Toscano's West Side-based label prior to its untimely demise. Dixon played several roles in their stunning execution.
Jul 02, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Homework / I Have To Laugh on Discogs. Label: Vocalion (3) - V-P • Format: Vinyl 7 Otis Rush - Homework / I Have To Laugh (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/4(1).