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Guts. That's what this record is all about: Otis Rush's days in hell, and the tentative joys of returning above ground. Everything about Otis Rush says guts: his squeezing, piercing guitar, his raw-boned, blood-tinged vocals, his lyrics, full of a profound sense of the trips men and women lay on each other - and most of all, his courage to open up from the inside and let all this out in his music. Original 1975 recording with Abb Locke, Big Moose, Mighty Joe Young and others."This 1975 release cooks all the way through with Rush's vocalsbursting with blues emotion and his guitar cranking out pain. MightyJoe Young is the second guitarist on board. Very hot." - Music Revue.
Guts. That's what this record is all about: Otis Rush's days in hell, and the tentative joys of returning above ground. Everything about Otis Rush says guts: his squeezing, piercing guitar, his raw-boned, blood-tinged vocals, his lyrics, full of a profound sense of the trips men and women lay on each other - and most of all, his courage to open up from the inside and let all this out in his music. Original 1975 recording with Abb Locke, Big Moose, Mighty Joe Young and others."This 1975 release cooks all the way through with Rush's vocalsbursting with blues emotion and his guitar cranking out pain. MightyJoe Young is the second guitarist on board. Very hot." - Music Revue.
038153063818

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DLM
Catalog: 638
Rel. Date: 07/17/2012
UPC: 038153063818

Cold Day in Hell
Artist: Otis Rush
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Cut You a Loose
2. You're Breaking My Heart
3. Midnight Special
4. Society Woman
5. Mean Old World
6. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
7. Cold Day in Hell
8. Part Time Love [#]
9. You're Breaking My Heart [Alternate Take][#] 1
10. Motoring Along

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Guts. That's what this record is all about: Otis Rush's days in hell, and the tentative joys of returning above ground. Everything about Otis Rush says guts: his squeezing, piercing guitar, his raw-boned, blood-tinged vocals, his lyrics, full of a profound sense of the trips men and women lay on each other - and most of all, his courage to open up from the inside and let all this out in his music. Original 1975 recording with Abb Locke, Big Moose, Mighty Joe Young and others."This 1975 release cooks all the way through with Rush's vocalsbursting with blues emotion and his guitar cranking out pain. MightyJoe Young is the second guitarist on board. Very hot." - Music Revue.
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