Top Otis Spann Albums
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Otis Spann's Chicago Blues (with James Cotton, Johnny Young, Big Walter Horton & Johnny Shines)
Otis Spann's Chicago Blues (with James Cotton, Johnny Young, Big Walter Horton & Johnny Shines)
[2014]
Sweet Giant of the Blues
Sweet Giant of the Blues
[2014]
Someday
Someday
[2012]
Great Northern Stomp
Great Northern Stomp
[2012]
Live the Life (feat. Muddy Waters and His Band)
Live the Life (feat. Muddy Waters and His Band)
[2011]
Love Love Love
Love Love Love
[2010]
Riverside Blues
Riverside Blues
[2010]
Mr. Blues
Mr. Blues
[2010]
Spanning a Lifetime
Spanning a Lifetime
[2008]
Heritage of the Blues: I Wanna Go Home
Heritage of the Blues: I Wanna Go Home
[2003]
Must Have Been the Devil
Must Have Been the Devil
[2003]
Otis Spann Is the Blues
Otis Spann Is the Blues
[2001]
Last Call (Live at the Boston Teaparty 1970)
Last Call (Live at the Boston Teaparty 1970)
[2000]
Otis Spann's Chicago Blues
Otis Spann's Chicago Blues
[1994]
The Blues of Otis Spann… Plus
The Blues of Otis Spann… Plus
[1993]
Blues Masters Vol. 10
Blues Masters Vol. 10
[1991]
Walking the Blues
Walking the Blues
[1989]
Related Information for Otis SpannOtis Spann (March 21, 1930 – April 24, 1970) was an American blues musician whom many consider to be the leading postwar Chicago blues pianist.Born in Jackson, Mississippi, United States, Spann became known for his distinct piano style.Born to Frank Houston Spann and Josephine Erby. One of five children - three boys and two girls. His father played piano, non professionally, while his mother had played guitar with Memphis Minnie.[citation needed] Spann began playing piano by age of eight. read more