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Editorial Reviews Rock and Roll Hall of Famer (and Ramp;B legend) Johnny Otis teamed with his brilliant son Shuggie (on guitar) plus Plas Johnson, Earl Palmer and a host of other renowned singers and musicians on this 1982 Ramp;B blowout. It's no wonder this won a Grammy nomination; it's a joy to hear on CD: "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee," "Half-Steppin' Woman," "So Fine," "Big Time Scoop" and more! Alligator. reach out to let us know if you need advice in figuring out a particular shopping challenge. our staff who love to investigate reader questions—will do their best to help. 1859 Various Mint Marks Indian Head 1x 50 Cent Indian Head Penny The main attraction here is Shuggie Otis's always great guitar playing. Johnny Otis is more of a singles guy than an album guy, so while this is generally enjoyable, it's not on the level of his '50s work.I really enjoy the true rock and roll of the 50's and 60's. This artist is one of the ones who started it all.JOHNNY OTISThe New Johnny Otis ShowAlligator ALCD 4726 If you think of any job in the music industry, Johnny Otis has done them all. During the '40s, he cut his teeth on big band swing music, and was a driving force during the early years of rock `n' roll. At the time (1981), this was Johnny Otis' first recording in almost a decade. He contributes songs, piano, vocals, and vibes. His 26-year-old son Shuggie, a brilliant child prodigy, expertly handles all guitars. Together they are backed by distinguished newcomers and seasoned veterans on a steaming collection of new songs. The result is a CD full of merriment. "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee" has a bit of rhythm from Johnny's biggest hit "Willie and The Hand Jive". During this pleasure of drinking wine tale, the Greek-American delivers 1950s style rock `n' roll vocals with lots of emphasis on the bass - Bowzer from Sha Na Na comes to mind. In the vein of "Tramp", "Jonella and Jack" contains hilarious bantering. "Every Beat Of My Heart" is a love ballad that's lovely. It features Charles Williams' fantastic voice over a classic arrangement from a past era. Surely, teenage dancers would have packed their high school gymnasium during this song. Williams' vocals and Shuggie's guitar are as smooth as fine scotch on the radio-friendly "What Else Can I Do?" This pop soul number is made of hit material. "Half Steppin' Woman" features Shuggie's bottleneck guitar rocking out while Johnny's rumbling piano keeps the song on track. With a large and diverse singing cast, you are sure to prefer certain vocalists over others. Without a doubt, Vera Hamilton (a former Otisette) and Charles Williams steal the show on "Why Don't You Do Right?" At a youthful age, Williams displays talent usually begot by years of experience. This 37-minute rock `n' roll and Ramp;B revue-style CD is a complete package. The winning songs, robust vocals, and splendid band augmented by Shuggie on guitar makes for a wildly entertaining disc. This is the only Alligator recording by the legendary Johnny Otis. It is a witness to his renewal.--- Tim Holek This is one of the best Johnny Otis offerings. I pull it out often. It is one of my favorite R amp; B CDs. Great music and great fun! 2021 model High Quality and Best Service 1859 Various Mint Marks Indian Head 1x 50 Cent Indian Head Penny Max 40% OFF CDs Vinyl => Blues => Regional Blues New Johnny Otis Show with Shuggie Otis

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