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Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul [Collector's Edition]


Download links and information about Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul [Collector's Edition] by Otis Redding. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:03:09 minutes.

Artist: Otis Redding
Release date: 1966
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:03:09
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No. Title Length
1. Ole Man Trouble 2:36
2. Respect 2:10
3. Change Gonna Come 4:14
4. Down In the Valley 2:59
5. I've Been Loving You Too Long 3:01
6. Shake 2:40
7. My Girl 2:55
8. Wonderful World 3:30
9. Rock Me Baby 3:37
10. Satisfaction (I Can't Get No) 2:51
11. You Don't Miss Your Water 3:06
12. I've Been Loving You Too Long 3:31
13. I'm Depending On You 2:33
14. Respect 2:18
15. Ole Man Trouble 2:46
16. Any Ole Way 2:32
17. Shake (Live, 1967) 2:33
18. Ole Man Trouble (Live At the Whisky a Go Go) 3:55
19. Respect (Live At the Whisky, 1968) 2:06
20. I've Been Loving You Too Long (Live At the Whisky a Go Go) 6:03
21. Satisfaction [I Can't Get No] (Live At the Whisky, 1968) 4:34
22. I'm Depending On You (Live At the Whisky 1968 Album Version) 3:03
23. Any Ole Way (Live At the Whisky, 1968) 2:42
24. Ole Man Trouble 2:38
25. Respect 2:10
26. Change Gonna Come 4:21
27. Down In the Valley 2:58
28. I've Been Loving You Too Long 3:16
29. Shake 2:41
30. My Girl 2:55
31. Wonderful World 3:10
32. Rock Me Baby 3:28
33. Satisfaction (I Can't Get No) 2:49
34. You Don't Miss Your Water 2:48
35. Respect 1:56
36. I've Been Loving You Too Long (Live In Europe) 4:10
37. My Girl (Live In Europe) 2:42
38. Shake (Live In Europe) 2:53
39. Satisfaction [I Can't Get No] (Live In Europe) 2:53
40. Respect (Live In Europe) 3:06



Primarily recorded on July 9, 1965 in one 24-hour recording session, Otis Redding’s third album, Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul, remains one of the landmarks of mid-60s R&B and soul music. This Collector’s Edition is the definitive version, offering both the mono and stereo mixes of the album (which include several different takes among them, including the slower, expanded version of “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”), singles, b-sides and live tracks featuring either a rough pick-up group or Redding’s seasoned house band. All of Redding’s interpretive and vocal power is here, in his inspired originals — “Respect,” which would become a huge hit for Aretha Franklin, “Ole Man Trouble," and “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” (written with Jerry Butler) in various mixes and versions — in the three Sam Cooke covers in tribute to the recently slain singer (“Change Gonna Come,” “Shake,” and “Wonderful World”), in the horn-powered cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction,” and more. The b-sides and alternate single mixes are a nice compliment, but it’s Otis on stage, feeding off the energy of the crowd and sending it back with his toughest, grittiest best that represents the full-dimension of his unique and never equaled talent.