All Your Love Live Chicago CD (2005)

Artist: Otis Rush

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Product Overview


Label Delmark Records/traditions
SKU 202041701
UPC 038153078126
UPC 14 00038153078126
Format CD
Release Date 11/15/2005
Author Otis Rush
Compilation Appearance Chess Blues
Compilation Appearance Chess Box
Compilation Appearance Chess Blues Classics 1957-67
Compilation Appearance Devils Rejects
Compilation Appearance Gold:blues
Compilation Appearance World's Greatest Blues:live
Compilation Appearance Chicago/Blues/Today!
Compilation Appearance Great Blues Men
Compilation Appearance Vol. 2-Chicago-The Blues-Today
Compilation Appearance Stand The Test Of Time
Compilation Appearance Stand The Test Of Time
Compilation Appearance Putumayo Presents: American Blues
Compilation Appearance American Music:hightone Records Story
Compilation Appearance Blind Pig Records 30th Anniversary Co(w/ Bonus DVD)
Compilation Appearance Anthology Vol.2
Associated Artist/Work Guy, Buddy
Associated Artist/Work King, Albert
Associated Artist/Work Little Walter
Associated Artist/Work Magic Sam
Technical Info
Engineer Ken Rasek
Producer Robert G. Koester; Steve Wagner; Robert G. Koester; Steve Wagner
CatalogID DE 781
Lable Name Delmark (Label)
Released 11/15/2005
Original Release 2005
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 67m : 28s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Live
UPC 00038153078126
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Otis Rush (vocals, guitar); Otis Rush; Bob Levis (guitar); Chris Mason (alto saxophone); Rawl Hardman (tenor saxophone); Bob Stroger (bass instrument); Alberto Gianquinto (electric piano); Jesse Lewis Green (drums).
Additional personnel: Chris Mason , Rawl Hardman.
Audio Mixers: Steve Wagner ; Ken Rasek.
Liner Note Author: Steve Tomashefsky.
Recording information: The Wise Fools Pub, Chicago, IL (01/1976).
Otis Rush has the home-court advantage on this live set recorded in Chicago, and he had just recently made his first album for Delmark--the great COLD DAY IN HELL--when he played this gig. Consequently both the musicians and a number of the tunes on the setlist hail from that album, though a couple of those are also Rush classics he'd recorded before, like this disc's title tune. This is mid-period Rush at his best, ripping into the songs with ferocious abandon, and really stretching out on the six-string (though never in a self-indulgent fashion).
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (No. 988, p.120) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...Rush was in his fierce prime for this 1976 radio broadcast...."
Down Beat (p.83) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[The songs] further demonstrate his command and control without detracting from the intensity of his performing style."
Dirty Linen (p.86) - "[T]he essence of Rush's greatness is highlighted in stirring versions of 'It Takes Time' and 'Gambler's Blues.'"
No Depression (p.121) - "Buoyed by the deep grooves of his regular band...he's so relaxed he can create effortless tension through his free-flowing solo work..."
Mojo (Publisher) (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Listening to Otis Rush is like standing under a waterfall. The force of his singing, the torrent of guitar notes takes your breath away."
Disc 1
1 Please Love Me
2 You're Breaking My Heart
3 All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
4 Will My Woman Be Home Tonight
5 Mean Old World
6 Woke Up This Morning
7 High Society
8 It Takes Time
9 Gambler's Blues
10 Feel So Bad
11 Sweet Little Angel
12 Motoring Along
Product Attributes
Artist Rush,Otis
Label Delmark Records
Music Format Compact Disc
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