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Otis Redding - Best Of Otis Redding
Otis Redding - Ready, Steady, Otis! (Otis Redding Live!)
Otis Redding
Ready, Steady, Otis! (Otis Redding Live!)
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (History Of Soul)
26,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Otis Redding will always be the King Of Soul. No vocalist before or since has ever had the power to project emotions like Otis did, or to convey the very essence of soul. Now, 50 years since his untimely death, it is more than appropriate to visit again the Great Man's music via some of his most electrifying live performances. Side One features the Ready Steady Go Otis Redding Special TV show in 1966, Otis's best recorded performance to date, full of authority and emotional depth. The band are in tip top shape with drummer "Woody" Woodson and bassist Ralph Stewart driving the rhythm like men possessed. All the tracks on Side Two come from a session recorded for Swedish Radio in June 1967. On the weekend of Saturday 9th December, Otis and his new road band, the Bar-Kays, recorded three songs for ABC's "Upbeat". These were to be Otis's last live recordings, and you can hear them on tracks 6-8 of Side One. These vintage shows have not featured on vinyl before.
Otis Redding - (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
Otis Redding - Live At The Whisky A Go Go
Otis Redding
Live At The Whisky A Go Go
2LP | 2016 | EU | Reissue (Concord)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This 2-LP album offers fans the chance to experience Otis Redding's legendary performances from 1966. Featuring highlights from the historic 3-night stand, the audio on has been newly mixed and mastered from the original 4-track tapes.
Otis Redding - Lonely & Blue: The Deepest Soul Of Otis Redding
Otis Redding - Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul Mono Version
Otis Redding - Dictionary Of Soul Mono Version
Otis Redding - Otis Blue 200g 45RPM Vinyl Edition
Otis Redding
Otis Blue 200g 45RPM Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1965 | US | Reissue (Acoustic Sounds)
70,99 €*
Release:1965 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Otis Redding's third album presents his talent unfettered, his direction clear and his confidence emboldened, with fully half the songs representing a reach that extended his musical grasp. More than a quarter of this album is given over to Redding's version of songs by Sam Cooke, his idol, who had died the previous December.
"Otis Redding Sings Soul" is considered by many critics to be Redding's first great album. Recorded in April and July of 1965, it was released September 15th of that same year. The styles of Cooke and Redding couldn't have been more different; Cooke smooth and sure, Redding raw and pleading. But Redding's versions of "Shake" and "A Change Is Gonna Come" show how Cooke's sound and message helped shape Redding's Southern soul sound. Redding's singing reaches a new level of expressiveness with this as well as with covers of B.B. King's "Rock Me Baby" and the Motown hit "My Girl".
This great album receives the full Analogue Productions reissue treatment here, starting with Kevin Gray's remaster from the original analogue tapes. Then we back that up with 200-gram plating and pressing on super-silent vinyl by our own Quality Record Pressings. Finally it's all housed in a tip-on gatefold jacket from Stoughton Printing. Deluxe all the way; you'll be ecstatic with the results!
Otis Redding - Pain In My Heart
Otis Redding - Dictionary Of Soul
Otis Redding
Dictionary Of Soul
LP | 1966 | US | Reissue (Volt)
27,99 €*
Release:1966 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
classic stuff ... sampled by Pete Nice and Young Black Teenagers
Otis Redding - Pain In My Heart
Otis Redding
Pain In My Heart
LP | 1964 | EU (Alternative Fox)
19,99 €*
Release:1964 / EU
Genre:Rock / Indie
Soul icon Otis Redding made immeasurable contributions to the form. As a singer- songwriter, producer, arranger and talent scout, Redding was responsible for some of the music’s biggest and most lasting hits during the 1960s, though his death in an airplane crash in 1967 brought his life and career to a tragically premature end. He was born Otis Redding Junior in 1941 in the small town of Dawson, Georgia, the son of a sharecropper and preacher, and moved to the city of Macon at the age of two, where he learned to sing at the Vineville Baptist Church. After singing in the high school band, he performed weekly gospel songs on radio station WIBB, winning local talent contests after being inspired by Little Richard and Sam Cooke. Since his father became ill with tuberculosis, Redding began supporting the family at the age of 15, working as a gas station attendant, a digger of water wells, and occasionally by playing piano with pianist Gladys Williams at the Hillview Springs Social Club. Then, in 1958, Redding had a repeat prize run at a talent contest held by broadcaster Hamp Swain, bringing him first into a group called Pat T Cake and the Mighty Panthers, and later into Little Richard’s band (during a time when Richard switched rock and roll for gospel). Moving to Los Angeles in late 1960, debut single “She’s All Right” was issued on the Trans World label (a subsidiary of Al Kavelin’s Lute Records), credited to The Shooters featuring Otis; following the birth of their first child and his subsequent marriage to Zelma Atwood, Redding recorded the popular “Shout Bamalam” for Macon’s Confederate Records (who swiftly reissued it on the Orbit label since some radio stations objected to the original label’s confederate flag logo, during a time of terrible racial segregation in the South). Redding cut the movingly emotive “These Arms Of Mine” at Stax studios in Memphis in 1962, backed by Booker T and the MGs, which surfaced on the subsidiary Volt label in October, reaching the charts some six months later (and eventually selling a reported 800,000 copies). Subsequent singles “What My Heart Needs” and “Pain In My Heart”/“Something Is Worrying Me,” recorded in September 1963, formed the bulk of debut album, Pain In My Heart, which was padded out by standard cover tunes of songs such as “I Need Your Lovin’,” Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” and Little Richard’s “Lucille.” The album, which surfaced at the start of 1964, reached the top 20 of the US R&B chart and also hit the Billboard Hot 100; this edition has an alternate track listing that includes the Trans World debut single tracks “She’s All Right” and “Getting’ Hip,” as well as “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” the B-side to “That’s What My Heart Needs.” Carefully remastered, spinning at 45 rpm for enhanced qudio quality.
Otis Redding - Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul
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