His son, Lucky Otis , played bass with Johnny Otis ' band. Otis played live but didn't record under his own name for nearly two decades. Live in Williamsburg , his first-ever live album, was cut during his comeback tour at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York in and issued a year later.
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Kicking off the twofer, "Oxford Gray" is second only to "Freedom Flight" as Shuggie's grandest stroke. Blazing guitar and harpsichord lead into a massive, stirring pizzicato-strings-vs.The son of renowned bandleader and musician Johnny Otis, Shuggie Otis began his incredible career at the tender age of 15, playing as a session guitarist alongside Al Kooper before releasing his first solo album Here Comes Shuggie Otis in The auspicious album was produced and arranged by his father and features a well executed set divided evenly between vibrant vocal numbers and tight.