Pianist Otis Spann played in Muddy Waters' band from 1953 to 1970, and was instrumental in creating the electric Chicago blues sound. These 11 tracks were recorded in the mid-'60s by Down Beat magazine editor Pete Welding, and were previously released as Otis Spann's Chicago Blues on Testament Records. This reissue omits the solo Spann material from the original disc and highlights the group recordings featuring S.P. Leary, Johnny Young, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, and Muddy Waters. While not as revolutionary as the records Spann played on with Muddy in the late '50s, you can't deny this lineup of seminal Chicago bluesmen doing what they did best.
I.M.D. starts at the beginning of 2012, focusing his music on that time to the Progressive-Psytrance sound and in this way, having some releases on some Internationals Labels and joining the Uxmal Records Crew. Releasing his last EP on 2014, he decides to make a pause to find new ways of expression inside the word of the Psychedelia; and its on 2016 where he decides to make a inner change and start experimenting with the Psychill / Downtempo sound, having as a consequence, a new original Ep called “Bajo la Planta” which is made with some collaborations with good Friends such as: Jedidiah and F&P. Music from Heart and Soul, for the World.