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"Otis Redding, Sings Soul/Otis Blue - Mono - DISCLAIMER - PHOTO SHOWS 180 GRAM - IT IS NOT"

OTIS REDDING - SINGS SOUL/OTIS BLUE - is ranked 35th on HME's List of The Greatest Albums of All-Time. Rolling Stone Magazine gave this LP 5 Stars out of 5. Redding's true dictionary of Soul, a stunning journey through the past and future vocabulary of R & B ---- documenting a masterful artist rising to --- the immense challenges of his times. Q Magazine also gave this LP 5 stars and stated it indispensable.> Personnel includes Steve Cropper on guitar - Isaac Hayes, Booker T, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Al Jackson Jr. Recorded at Stax Studios, Memphis, Tennessee in July of 1965. Originally released on Volt #412. Otis Redding, who brought classic Soul music to the white masses at the Monterey Pop Festival died later that year just as he was really gearing up for a creative burst that included Dock Of The Bay. This is the finest of many classic Otis albums in the Soul genre and an automatic recommendation for everyone's play list. Redding could make you dance and scream and the next minute have you crying yourself to sleep. Such was his wide emotional range. On this album compare the power of respect and shake to the passion of I've Been Loving You Too Long and My Girl. Simply untouchable! Other songs include - Ole Man Trouble - A Change Is Gonna Come - Down In The Valley - Wonderful World - Rock Me Baby - Satisfaction - You Don't Miss Your Water
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