Otis, primarily known as a guitarist, also sings and plays a multitude of other instruments. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Desperate Ground Album Review Pitchfork”. Anyway, it climaxes with him trying to park his car and crashing into the one behind, resulting in him being incarcerated for the night. Retrieved November 23, Otis — the son of rhythm and blues pioneer Johnny Otis — is as close to a living legend as you can get.
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Rolling Stone magazine announced that he had retired from the business, a claim he would like to clear up. Views Read Edit View history.
Kingwho was quoted in a issue of Guitar Player magazine saying Otis was his “favorite new guitarist”. Even though Otis played most of his own parts in the studio, the lineup on this album was quite extensive, including keyboardist George Duke and Aynsley Dunbar of Frank ZappaJourney and Whitesnake fame. Retrieved April 20, Pop and rock Jazz Blues Psychedelia Music industry features.
Shuggie Otis – Discography
Retrieved November 23, Inspiration Information gained a huge cult following during the s with the emergence of rare groove and acid jazz.
This further established his reputation and catapulted him to the attention of B.
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Otis, primarily known as a guitarist, also sings and plays a multitude of other instruments. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Otis — the son of rhythm and blues pioneer Johnny Otis — is as close to a living legend as you can get.
Both the album and single reached the Billboard Top and the Billboard Hotrespectively and caught the attention of Brothers Johnson guitarist George Johnson, who then played it for producer Quincy Jones.
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The name “Shuggie” short for “sugar,” according to his mother was coined by Phyllis when he was a newborn. His plan is to finish the album in Europe, but it sounds more like a madcap scheme.
Lucky, a bassist, began by playing with his grandfather, Johnny Otis, and then launched a solo career, heading his own group Otis Ledbetter with partner Louis Ledbetter, great-grandson of blues musician Lead Belly.
Retrieved May 18, Wings of Love is an album of previously unreleased material, all of which was written from to the present, including live material from some of his rare performances. Because, if that leaves me, I might as well not be here. The album had taken almost three years to finish.
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Cleopatra Records  and various labels. There was also a drug phase.
The tracks XL and Pling! There is another tall tale involving angel dust and guns being fired in the air, and a further admission that he is prone to visions of dead people; if he suffers from anything, it is an overactive shuggue.
After a series of similar refusals, Otis gained the reputation of “taking his time”, and his recording contract with Epic Records was nullified. A new, mostly instrumental, album was released in April titled ‘Inter-Fusion’. As a multi-instrumental polymath flitting between genres and experimenting with drum machines, he was the peer of Sly Stone and Stevie Wonder and a precursor to Prince.
‘Heir to Hendrix’ Shuggie Otis: ‘I could have been a millionaire, but that wasn’t on my mind’
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He declined the offer, along with the chance to work with Quincy Jones in helping produce Otis’s next album. Eric has played and toured in his father’s band.
It was really horrible. Due in part to this regained interest, the album was re-released on April xhuggie,by David Byrne ‘s independent label Luaka Bop Records.