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Otis Redding - Otis Redding Live In Europe (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  2. Otis Redding Live In Europe RSD-Record Store day-Limited Edition Red Vinyl One of Just Madeth Anniversary by Otis Redding out of 5 stars
  3. #LP - Redding, Otis - Live In Europe LP. Otis Redding's first live release was recorded in March , on the now-legendary Stax/Volt tour of Europe, on which Otis and company demonstrated that soul is a universal language.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Otis Redding Live In Europe on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - SMT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul.
  5. Nov 04,  · Otis Redding never recorded a bad song or much less a bad album, capable of taking on any ol' song at hand and simply turning it golden. THE SOUL ALBUM, , was Redding's fourth and his third, OTIS BLUE, was a mighty tough act to follow, and yet still, THE SOUL ALBUM, holds it's own in the very limited Otis Redding catalog, containing Redding co-written songs, JUST ONE /5(45).
  6. Written-By – Otis Redding (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3) Notes Differs from the other Presswell pressing, Otis Redding Live In Europe, which has the 75 Rockefeller address, in that it has the Broadway address on the labels/5(8).
  7. Description Nobody burrowed more deeply into a song than Otis Redding - the most emotive, soulful singer the '60s ever produced. With the Stax/Volt horn section wailing in his wake, Redding's grainy voice and impassioned, sweat-soaked delivery kept him straddling both pop and soul charts until his untimely death in
  8. These songs are from a Stax records tour of Europe. Behind Otis Redding are Booker T and the MG's backed by the Memphis Horns. The last cut, "Try a Little Tenderness" is worth the cost of the album. If this live version doesn't have you clapping and stomping your feet along with the audience, your dead/5(72).

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