|Title:||Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q|
|Style:||Soul-Jazz, Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Funk|
|Category:||Jazz / Funk, Soul / Blues|
|Other format:||DTS AUD APE AC3 MP1 MP3 AAC|
|Hot Cakes And Sorghum||3:35|
|Shuggie's Chitlin Blues||5:05|
|KST 540, KST-540||Preston Love||Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q (LP, Album, Gat)||Kent, Kent||KST 540, KST-540||US||1970|
|CDBGPM 138||Preston Love||Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q (CD, Album)||BGP Records||CDBGPM 138||UK||2001|
|KST 540||Preston Love||Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q (LP, Album, RE)||Kent||KST 540||US||Unknown|
|US 7757||Preston Love Featuring Shuggie Otis||Preston Love Featuring Shuggie Otis - Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q (LP, Album, RE)||United||US 7757||US||Unknown|
|HIQLP 019||Preston Love||Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q (LP, Album, RE, Gre)||Kent||HIQLP 019||UK||Unknown|
Preston Haines Love (April 26, 1921, Omaha, Nebraska – February 12, 2004, Omaha, Nebraska) was a renowned alto saxophonist, bandleader and songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska. Preston Love grew up in North Omaha and graduated from North High.
2nd pressing from the early 70's, originally released in 1970 on Kent. This is the flame cover, with flames drawn over the photo of Preston Love. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
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By Preston Love, Preston Love Featuring Shuggie Otis. 1. Chicken Gumbo - Shuggie Otis. Listen to Johnny Otis Presents: Preston Love's Omaha Bar-B-Q in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
This track was taken from the album entitled Omaha Bar-B-Q, which was released in 1969 in USA on the Kent label. The album was recorded with Preston Love's best friend Johnny Otis and his regular band (featuring Shuggy Otis on guitar). Has been played on. Sweden 4. Soulfood Radio.
Omaha Bar-B-Q Preston Love. Preston Love was not a straight R&B player-. having been born in 1921 he came up playing his alto saxophone in the big bands during the latter part of the swing era. In his local area he played in bands led by Lloyd Hunter and Nat Towles and in September 1943 he replaced Earl Warren for six weeks in the Count Basie Band. He then rejoined Hunter and then began working with both Lucky Millinder and Harlan Leonard, before becoming a full time member of the Basie band between 1945-47. This album was recorded in 1969 by Johnny's regular band, which by this time included the blistering guitar playing of his 14 year old son, Shuggie. Shuggie's playing had first been heard on the album Cold Shot, notably on the single Signifying Monkey.