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Blues Otis Rush (84) died

Rush was known as the architect of the West Side Chicago blues in the fifties and sixties. His first recording in 1956, ” I Can’t Quit You Baby on Cobra Records obtained the sixth place in the Billboard R&B Charts. Then he broke through internationally. Many of his songs are seen as bluesklassiekers.

He influenced with his music, among others, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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