Today is 3/8/18 and there are 11 holds on "Otis Spann, The Blues Never Dies". Well, I have to admit I put a request for purchase for this album with the KCLS. I didn't know at the time that it was produced by Samuel Charters. Why is this important? Well, Samuel Charter's studied jazz and blues all his life. He wrote 27 books on the subject. He produced diverse groups like Country Joe and the Fish. That was during the time that Mr. Charters was living in Berkeley, California. What makes "The Blues Never Dies" special is such side men as the famous harmonica player James Cotton. This man may be one of the greatest blues harmonica players of all time. He is also an outstanding vocalist. So as you can see, the band was ready to jump!
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