- Otis Spann is The Blues (1960)
- Goodmorning Mr Blues (1963)
- The Blues is Where It's At (released 1963)
- The Blues of Otis Spann (1964)
- The Blues Never Die! (1964)
- Chicago/The Blues/Today! Vol.1 (1966)
- The Bottom of the Blues (1968)
- Cracked Spanner Head (1969)
- The Biggest Thing Since Colossus (1969)
- Cryin' Time (recorded 1968, released 1970)
- Walking The Blues (recorded 1960, released 1972)
- Last Call: Live at Boston Tea Party (recorded 1970, released 2000)
- Complete Blue Horizon Sessions (recorded 1969, released 2006)
Other articles related to "solo":
... work with The Who, Townshend has been sporadically active as a solo recording artist ... with Ronnie Lane), and released his first major-label solo title, 1972's Who Came First ... Townshend's solo breakthrough, following the death of Who drummer Keith Moon, was the 1980 release Empty Glass, which included a top-10 single, "Let My Love Open the Door" ...
... Following the band's breakup in 1993, he embarked on a solo career under the name Frank Black ... He reformed the Pixies in 2004 and continues to release solo records and tour as a solo artist, having re-adopted his current stage name in 2007 ... yowling delivery as lead vocalist of the Pixies to a more measured and melodic style in his solo career ...
... McCracken - guitar Denny Dias - guitar (solo on 'Your Gold Teeth II') Rick Derringer - guitar (solo on "Chain Lightning") Dean Parks - guitar (solo on "Rose Darling") Elliott ...
... and songwriter for the rock group The Who, as well as for his own solo career ... also written over 100 songs that have appeared on his solo albums, as well as radio jingles and television theme songs ... banjo, accordion, synthesiser, bass guitar and drums, on his own solo albums, several Who albums, and as a guest contributor to a wide array of other artists' recordings ...
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