Otis Redding Otis Blue / Otis Redding Sings Soul

    ATCO (1965)
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      • 1. Ole Man Trouble
      • 2. Respect
      • 3. Change Is Gonna Come
      • 4. Down In The Valley
      • 5. I've Been Loving You Too Long
      • 6. Shake
      • 7. My Girl
      • 8. Wonderful World
      • 9. Rock Me Baby
      • 10. Satisfaction
      • 11. You Don't Miss Your Water

      Otis Redding stepped into the Stax recording studio on McLemore Avenue in Memphis on the 9th of July 1965 to record his phenomenal 3rd album.

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