My Girl - Otis Redding - The History Of Otis Redding

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Otis Redding - The History Of Otis Redding at Discogs. Complete your Otis Redding collection.5/5(2).
  2. Otis Ray Redding Jr. (September 9, – December 10, ) 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.
  3. Sep 15,  · During the summer of ’65, Otis Redding spent 24 hours at Stax Recording Studios in Memphis, waxing a slew of blues-infused covers spiked with a few of his own original cuts thrown in for good measure. The results show off the full range of his powerful, supple voice—and make for one of the hottest-burning albums in the history of soul music/5.
  4. Oct 29,  · Poor Otis, dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis, dead and gone - The Doors, “Runnin’ Blue” () That was Jim Morrison’s crass eulogy for Otis Redding, recorded about a year after Redding died in It introduced one of the weakest s.
  5. My Girl Lyrics: I've got sunshine on a cloudy day / And it's cold outside, I've got the month of May / I guess you'd say / What can make, ooh, me feel this way? / It's my girl / Talkin' 'bout my.
  6. Produced by Steve Cropper, it was released on Redding's album Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul. His version was not released as a single in the US, but Atlantic issued it in the UK to capitalize on the relative lack of success by the Temptations' original version, and Redding's cover eventually peaked at .
  7. Redding was born in Dawson, Georgia, U.S., the fourth of six children, and the first son, of Otis Redding, Sr., and Fannie Roseman. Redding senior was a sharecropper and then worked at Robins Air Force Base, near Macon, and occasionally preached in local rock.gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo: September 9, , Dawson, Georgia, U.S.

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