Thursday, October 29, 2020

Otis Redding - Discography - 320kbps Bitrate

Otis Redding


Otis Redding was one of the most powerful and influential artists to emerge from the Southern Soul music community in the '60s. A bold, physically imposing performer whose rough but expressive voice was equally capable of communicating joy, confidence, or heartache, Redding brought a passion and gravity to his vocals that was matched by few of his peers. He was also a gifted songwriter with a keen understanding of the creative possibilities of the recording process. Redding was born in 1941, and he hit the road in 1958 to sing with an R&B combo, Johnny Jenkins & the Pinetoppers. In 1962, Redding traveled to Memphis, Tennessee with Jenkins when the latter scheduled a recording session for Stax Records. When Jenkins wrapped up early, Redding cut a song of his own, "These Arms of Mine," in 40 minutes; Stax released it as a single in May 1963, and the song became a major R&B hit and a modest success on the Pop charts. Over the next four years, Redding would cut a handful of soul classics: "Mr. Pitiful," "That's How Strong My Love Is," "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)," "Respect," "Tramp" (a duet with Carla Thomas), and "Shake." In 1967, Redding seemed poised for a major breakthrough with a legendary set at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival that solidified his status with hip rock & roll fans. Sadly, Redding would not live to see his greatest triumph: his most ambitious single, "(Sittin' on The) Dock of the Bay," was released little over a month after his death in a plane crash, becoming his first number one Pop hit and his signature tune. Redding would become a bigger star in death than in life, and his recordings would be regularly re-released and repackaged in the years to come, as his legend and his influence lived on into the 21st century.































2010 - Original Album Series
CD01 - CD02 - CD03 - CD04 - CD05



6 comments:

Carles said...

Hello, the live in europe link is the same as the King & Queen

Carles said...

place crash? Which place? Love studio slbums. Thanks

Carles said...

King & Queen = https://mega.nz/#!h45lgKRK!bz6JdqzWyRAxSfbLShoiXbfcP-iie6T0MplXTqumm-4

Live in Europe = https://mega.nz/#!h45lgKRK!bz6JdqzWyRAxSfbLShoiXbfcP-iie6T0MplXTqumm-4

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you Carles for highlighting my error.

All fixed now.

Regards
Ozzieguy

Elaine said...

Hi Ozzieguy

Great site with great music. The quality is fantastic.

The link for Otis Redding is no longer valid. Is it possible to reup.

Thanks

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Elaine
Thank you for your kind words and yes I will re-up them all soon.

regards
Ozzie