Greek English
Top » Catalog » VINYL REISSUES » N-S » LP
My Account | Cart Contents | Checkout

Categories
VINYL REISSUES-> (1226)
  0...9... (7)
  A-D (311)
  E-G (134)
  H-M (304)
  N-S (287)
  T-Z (183)
SECOND HAND / ORIGINALS (9)
GREEK (215)
OFFERS (15)
CDs (18)
BOOKS/FANZINES (33)
DVDs (6)
ACCESSORIES

Labels

Quick Find
 
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search

Information
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us

Shopping Cart more
0 items

Currencies

Manufacturer Info
Other products

REDDING, OTIS - Dock of the bay sessions
[LP]    LABEL: WARNER
18.00EUR

DOCK OF THE BAY SESSIONS was compiled with input from Roger Armstrong of Ace Records and Otis biographer Jonathan Gould and has the Redding familyĘs full endorsement. Although the individual tracks have been previously released across a smattering of posthumous albums and compilations, this marks the first time they have been assembled to resemble what this album could possibly have been. In the liner notes, musician-journalist Bob Stanley writes: “This album is the first indication of a new Otis Redding, one that has slayed audiences in Europe, one which won him a whole new crowd at the Monterey International Pop Festival.” You can hear it in the stripped-back funk of “Hard To Handle,” and the shades of Bob Dylan – whose music Redding loved – in the beautiful lyricism of “Gone Again.” Even so, his take on the ImpressionsĘ hit “Amen” makes it clear that Redding hadnĘt abandoned his gospel roots. He hadnĘt forgotten how to get people dancing either. On the rave-up “Love Man,” The Big O gets things shaking with help from Al Jackson Jr.Ęs propulsive beat, and rhythmic blasts of pure Memphis horn. And just to prove he can still provide heart-stopping ballads, thereĘs his own “IĘve Got Dreams To Remember,” with lyrics Redding adapted from a poem written by his beloved wife Zelma. The albumĘs opener, “(SittinĘ On) The Dock Of The Bay,” was one of the last songs Redding ever recorded. Released in January 1968, it soon topped the charts on March 16, going on to sell more than four million copies and becoming the first posthumous #1 single in the history of the U.S. music charts. All recordings are from November-December 1967. Track Listing : “(SittinĘ On) The Dock Of The Bay” “Think About It”* “Hard To Handle” “The Happy Song (Dum-Dum)” “Love Man” “Direct Me” “IĘve Got Dreams To Remember” “Champagne And Wine”* “Pounds And Hundreds (LBS + 100S)” “IĘm A Changed Man” “Gone Again” “Amen”

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 January, 2019.
Reviews
Customers who bought this product also purchased
SEEDS & SKY SAXON - Bad part of town
SEEDS & SKY SAXON - Bad part of town
JANSCH, BERT - Birthday blues
JANSCH, BERT - Birthday blues

Copyright (C) AnazitisiRecords 2005
powered by Rainhost Solutions and osCommerce