I LOVE YOU MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY - Otis Redding - The Dock of the Bay (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Otis Redding - Dock Of The Bay music CD album at CD Universe, It still pains the heart that this LP was a posthumous one, its singer dead at 26, This is essential.
  2. Jul 01,  · The Dock of the Bay is the first of a number of posthumously released Otis Redding albums, and his seventh studio album. It contains a number of singles and B-sides dating back to and one of his best known songs, the posthumous hit " The Dock of the Bay"/5().
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Otis Redding - I Love You More Than Words Can Say at Discogs. Complete your Otis Redding collection/5(20).
  4. Dock Of The Bay [LP] by Otis Redding (Vinyl, Sep, Sundazed Music Inc.) $ New OTIS REDDING I Love You More Than Words Can Say / Let Me VOLT Soul 45 VG++. $ $ shipping Previous Price $ Otis Redding - The Soul Album Otis Redding [New Vinyl LP] $ Was: Previous Price $ REDDING, OTIS - LONELY & BLUE.
  5. Editors’ Notes The Dock of the Bay is a testament to the gritty power of horn-driven Memphis soul, Stax-style. Otis Redding's grainy, vulnerable voice electrifies everything from laments like "Let Me Come On Home" and "I'm Coming Home to See About You" to rocking workouts "Tramp" (featuring an especially sassy Carla Thomas) and "The Huckle-Buck.".
  6. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay; I Love You More Than Words Can Say; Let Me Come On Home; Open The Door; Don't Mess With Cupid; The Glory Of Love; I'm Coming Home To See About You; Tramp With Carla Thomas; The Huckle-Buck; Nobody Knows You (When You.
  7. The Dock of the Bay is the first of a number of posthumously released Otis Redding albums, and considered his seventh studio album.. It contains a number of singles and B-sides dating back to
  8. I Love You More Than Words Can Say This song is by Otis Redding and appears on the album The Dock of the Bay () on the compilation album The Very Best of, Vol. 2 ().
  9. It was never supposed to be like this: "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" was supposed to mark a beginning of a new phase in Otis Redding's career, not an ending. Producer/guitarist Steve Cropper had a difficult task to perform in pulling together this album, the first of several posthumous releases issued by Stax/Volt in the wake of Otis Price: $

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