Win The Ultimate Otis Redding CD this weekend July 31th-Aug 1st from KFFB 106.1

Win The Ultimate Otis Redding CD this weekend July 31th- Aug 1st from KFFB 106.1 . Call and register when asked to on the air at 1-800-896-1669 or register on line at

The Tracks:

 1 Respect
 2 (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay
 3 These Arms of Mine
 4 Pain in My Heart
 5 Come to Me
 6 Security
 7 That’s How Strong My Love Is
 8 Mr. Pitiful
 9 I’ve Been Loving You Too Long
 10 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
 11 Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)
 12 Try a Little Tenderness
 13 Chained and Bound
 14 Shake  
 15 Ole Man Trouble
 16 Let Me Come on Home
 17 Open the Door
 18 That’s What My Heart Needs
 19 Tramp – Otis Redding, Carla Thomas
 20 I Can’t Turn You Loose

Community biography from SoundUnwound - Otis Redding

One of the most evocative soul singers of the 60s, Otis Redding is most fondly remembered for “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay”, a song he recorded just three days before his death in a plane crash at the age of 26. His swan song went on to become his most successful single, topping the charts and selling over a million copies. Previously, he had built a devoted fanbase thanks to a thrilling live show, and gorgeous ballads such as “My Girl”, “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” and “Try A Little Tenderness”, which Redding developed into a frenzy at the end. More upbeat songs such as “Respect” (later more famously covered by Aretha Franklin) and the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction” were also fan favourites and chart hits that remain popular today. Redding’s legacy from his short life is such that he is held in similar esteem to Sam Cooke: another 60s soul singer who died prematurely, whose songs Redding frequently covered in tribute.

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