In July 1959 Cobra records released their issue no. 5032, “All Your Love” backed with “My Baby’s A Good’un” by Otis Rush. “All Your Love,” which features a spine-tingling guitar solo, is not the same “All Your Love” that was on the same Cobra label two years before.
Released by Chess Records in March 1960, “So Many Roads, So Many Trains” backed with “I’m Satisfied” by Otis Rush was a dinosaur of sorts. Not only was this one of the last American 78s, but it also represented a fading era where blues was popular with African-Americans.