Otis Ray Redding Jr. (September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967) was an American singer, songwriter, record producer, arranger, and talent scout. He is considered one of the greatest singers in the history of American popular music and a seminal artist in soul music and rhythm and blues. Redding's style of singing gained inspiration from the gospel music that preceded the genre. His singing style influenced many other soul artists of the 1960s.
Complete your Otis Redding collection. The real sleeper on this album is 'Try a Little Tenderness', with its perfect arrangement that starts so slow and easy and ends with Otis nearly losing it. It's a great song, but I have never heard it done better than Otis and the Stax boys.
Otis Redding - Pain In My Heart (Full Album). Otis Redding - (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay (Official Video). Otis Redding - White Christmas. Otis Redding Greatest Hits Full Album 2018 Best Songs Otis Redding Of All Time. Officially released live recordings by Otis Redding primarily come from three sources: a series of shows performed at the Whisky a Go Go in April 1966, the Stax/Volt Revue tour of Europe in March and April 1967, and his five-song set at the Monterey International Pop Festival on June 17, 1967. Earlier live performances of "Pain in My Heart" and "These Arms of Mine" from November 16, 1963, were officially released on the Atco compilation album Apollo Saturday Night in 1964. 11. – History of Otis Redding. My Girl" b/w "Down in the Valley" (.
History of Otis Redding - Студийный альбом от Otis Redding. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 31:41. Aretha Franklin - Respect (Original Version). Otis Redding Performs "Respect" on December 9, 1967. Otis Redding Sings Respect. Respect (Live Europe Version).
Released one month prior to Redding's death in December 1967, it was the final album (and only compilation album) issued during his lifetime. The History of Otis Redding. Compilation album by Otis Redding. Deep soul Southern soul.
Otis Redding was born September 9, 1941 in Dawson, Georgia. When Otis was five the family moved to the Tindal Heights Housing Project in Macon, Georgia. Otis Sr. worked at the Robins Air Force Base, one of the local places of employment for blacks, and preached on the weekends. Redding began singing in choir of the Vineville Baptist Church. For much of his childhood his father was sick. His Otis Blue album included two hits, Sam Cooke's "Shake" and "A Change is Gonna Come" and The Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction" which became a crossover hit. Redding's "I Can't Turn You Lose/"Just One More Day" became a Top 10 two-sided R&B hit at the end of 1965. His Dictionary of Soul album yielded crossover hits "My Lover's Prayer," Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)," and "Try a Little Tenderness.
LP - Otis Redding History of Otis Redding 1968 SD 33-261 Atco Record Label; Stereo recording. As the album states, "there really is no category for Otis Redding". He dethroned Elvis as the top male vocalist in 1967 in the Melody Maker poll". Album contains such great hits as "I've Been Loving You Too Long", "Try a Little Tenderness", "These Arms of Mine", "Satisfaction", "Respect", - need I go on. Emotional, full of swing, R&R, blues. You name it, he could sing it!
Otis Redding (Otis Ray Redding J. September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967) was an American, highly influential, rhythm & blues and soul singer, and songwriter.
|A1||I've Been Loving You Too Long||2:49|
|A2||Try A Little Tenderness||3:20|
|A3||These Arms Of Mine||2:30|
|A4||Pain In My Heart||2:22|
|A5||My Lover's Prayer||3:00|
|A6||Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)||2:37|
|B5||I Can't Turn You Loose||2:35|
|S 418, S-418||Otis Redding||History Of Otis Redding (LP, Comp)||Volt, Volt||S 418, S-418||US||1967|
|X 5621, X 5261||Otis Redding||History Of Otis Redding (Cass, Album, Comp, Sna)||ATCO Records, Atlantic Recording Corporation||X 5621, X 5261||US||1968|
|ATX 4418||Otis Redding||History Of Otis Redding (4-Trk, Comp, Gat)||ATCO Records||ATX 4418||US||1968|
|228 001||Otis Redding||History Of Otis Redding (LP, Comp)||ATCO Records||228 001||UK||1968|
|LP-S-39-13||Otis Redding||History Of Otis Redding (LP, Comp, RE)||Atlantic||LP-S-39-13||Portugal||1972|