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Walking the Blues
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Album: Walking the Blues
# Song Title   Time
1)    It Must Have Been the Devil
2)    Otis Blues
3)    Going Down Slow
4)    Half Ain't Been Told
5)    Monkey Woman
6)    This Is the Blues
7)    Evil Ways
8)    Come Day Go Day
9)    Walking the Blues
10)    Bad Condition
11)    My Home Is in the Delta
 

Album: Walking the Blues
# Song Title   Time
1)    It Must Have Been the Devil
2)    Otis Blues
3)    Going Down Slow
4)    Half Ain't Been Told
5)    Monkey Woman
6)    This Is the Blues
7)    Evil Ways
8)    Come Day Go Day
9)    Walking the Blues
10)    Bad Condition
11)    My Home Is in the Delta
 
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  • Personnel includes: Otis Spann (vocals, piano); Robert Lockwood, Jr. (vocals, guitar); James Oden (vocals).
  • Recorded at Fine Studios, New York, New York on August 23, 1960.
  • Walking the Blues is arguably the finest record Otis Spann ever cut, boasting 11 cuts of astounding blues piano. On several numbers, Spann is supported by guitarist Robert Jr. Lockwood and their interaction is sympathetic, warm, and utterly inviting. Spann relies on originals here, from "Half Ain't Been Told" to "Walking the Blues," but he also throws in a few standards ("Goin' Down Slow," "My Home Is in the Delta") that help draw a fuller portrait of his musicianship. Most importantly, however, is the fact that Walking the Blues simply sounds great -- it's some of the finest blues piano you'll ever hear. ~ Thom Owens
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