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April 29 in history

711  Islamic conquest of Hispania: Moorish troops led by Tariq ibn-Ziyadlanded at Gibraltar to begin their invasion of the Iberian Peninsula ( 875 more words

History

All Your Love

In July 1959 Cobra records released their issue no. 5032, “All Your Love” backed with “My Baby’s A Good’un” by Otis Rush.  “All Your Love,” which features a spine-tingling guitar solo, is not the same “All Your Love” that was on the same Cobra label two years before.

So Many Roads, So Many Trains

Released by Chess Records in March 1960, “So Many Roads, So Many Trains” backed with “I’m Satisfied” by Otis Rush was a dinosaur of sorts.  23 more words

Rocks In The Attic #640: Otis Rush - ‘The Classic Recordings’ (1985)

The great Chicago bluesman Otis Rush will forever be remembered as the man who wrote All Your Love, his eighth A-side, featured here as the first song on this compilation. 202 more words

Vinyl

The rootsy gut-bucket boogie of the Paladins turns the Newt into a dancing fool in Vancouver

ORIGINAL PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, AUGUST 15, 1991

By Steve Newton

Men Without Hats immortalized the idea “You can dance if you want to.” I dunno—sometimes I just can’t dance. 328 more words

Vancouver