Otis Clay

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Otis Clay (February 11, 1942 – January 8, 2016) was an American R&B and soul singer, who started in gospel music. In 2013, Clay was inducted to the Blues Hall of Fame. Clay was born in rural Bolivar County, Mississippi to a musical family, who moved in 1953 to Muncie, Indiana. After singing with local gospel group, the Voices of Hope, he returned to Mississippi to sing with the Christian Travelers, before settling in Chicago in 1957. There, he joined a series of gospel vocal groups including the Golden Jubilaires Read more on Last.fm

Otis Clay
Respect Yourself (Live At The Lucerne Blues Festival)
Album (2005)
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Testify!
Album (2003)
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This Time Around
Album (1998)
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You Are My Life
Album (1995)
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The Gospel Truth
Album (1993)
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I'll Treat You Right
Album (1992)
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That's How It Is
Album (1991)
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Got to Find a Way
Album (1979)
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I Can't Take It
Album (1977)