Petrillo Music Shell
Chicago Blues Fest
16 bit version
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The source is thrilled to share his fm master tapes and see's the Blues as being one of America's Greatest Treasure.
Like many other greats of the Blues, Otis eventually found himself living in Chicago. The scene offered him many
places to play on the south and west sides of Chicago. He helped usher blues into a more modren sound, no doubt
influenced by some of the electric heavies, who would have played the night away in many of the same clubs.
This is a rather short set, but still worth having if you like the Blues or Otis Rush. A Zeppelin fan might dig enjoy this
as they'd hear to original recording artist blaze through an awesome version of "I can't Quit You Babe," which was written
by Willie Dixon. It is a great song, no matter who does it.
The tape itself had no issues with the transfer and looked brand new. There is some hiss present, but nothing
that it too distracting. 8-8.5/10
01) It Takes Time
03) I Can't Quit You Babe
04) Sweet Home Chicago*
*with guests Lonnie Brooks and Fenton Robinson
enjoy. support the Blues.