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Otis Redding - (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay FLAC

Otis Redding - (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay FLAC
Performer:
Otis Redding
Album:
(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
Style:
Soul
Released:
1992
Country:
UK
Label:
Atlantic
Catalog:
A4432
FLAC size:
1228 mb
MP3 size:
1153 mb
WMA size:
1294 mb


Tracklist


1Sweet Lorene2:25
2(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay2:38
3Hard To Handle2:18


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
A4432TOtis Redding (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay ‎(12", EP)AtlanticA4432TUK1992
A4432CDOtis Redding (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay ‎(CD, EP)AtlanticA4432CDUK1992
A 4432, 8122-74432-7Otis Redding (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay ‎(7", Single)Atlantic, AtlanticA 4432, 8122-74432-7Europe1992


Notes


A: Originally released 1968
B1: Originally released 1966
B2: Originally released 1968


Album


Watch the official video for Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding. The video features video clips and photos of Otis Redding in the prime of his. Sittin' On The Dock of the Bay is a song co-written by soul singer Otis Redding and guitarist Steve Cropper. It was recorded by Redding twice in 1967, including once just days before his death in a plane crash. The song was released on Stax Records' Volt label in 1968, becoming the first posthumous single to top the charts in the US. It reached number 3 on the UK Singles Chart. Sittin on the dock of the bay - Otis redding. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Sittin' On the Dock of the Bay - Otis redding. Sittin' here resting my bones And this loneliness won't leave me alone It's two thousand miles I roamed Just to make this dock my home. Now, I'm just gonna sit at the dock of the bay Watching the tide roll away Oooo-wee, sittin' on the dock of the bay Wastin' time. More on Genius. About Sittin On The Dock of the Bay. One of Reddings most famous songs, this was recorded shortly before he and most of his band were killed in a plane crash. The song was then released later in 1968, where it had great success and won awards. Dock of the Bay is, indeed, a mixed bag of singles and B-sides going back to July of 1965, one hit duet with Carla Thomas, and two, previously unissued tracks from 1966 and 1967. There's little cohesion, stylistic or otherwise, in the songs, especially when the title track is taken into consideration - nothing else here resembles it, for the obvious reason that Redding never had a chance to follow it up. Despite the mix-and-match nature of the album, however, this is an impossible record not to love. Otis Redding wrote the first verse of the song, under the abbreviated title Dock of the Bay, on his promoter Bill Graham's rented houseboat at Waldo Point in Sausalito, California in August 1967. Many songs by Otis Redding were co-written was guitarist Steve Cropper. This song wasn't an exception. The song's two co-writers exchanged ideas while playing the song. Steve Cropper was at the studio when Otis Redding called his from the Memphis airport. Usually, when Otis came to town, he checked into the Holiday Inn before calling Steve, but this time he couldn&apos. The Beatles album got Redding thinking. He had always relied on the emotion and energy in his vocals to carry his songs, but now he started paying more mind to the words themselves hed also recorded most of his songs live in the studio, but the complex layering achieved by the Beatles and George Martin clued him in to other ways of building tracks. So, on Tuesday morning at 7:30 a. he entered the studio, devoting the next 24 hours to finishing Dock of the Bay. One of the hardest things I ever had to do was mix that song, says Cropper. There was no time for background vocals but Cropper knew the song really needed something. Redding ended up sitting on a dock on the San Francisco Bay thanks to Bill Graham, who ran the Fillmore West Auditorium. Redding played three shows there, December 20-22, 1966. Graham gave Redding a choice: he could stay at a hotel, or at a boathouse in nearby Sausalito. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn April 1st 1979, Sammy Hagar's covered version of Sittin' On The Dock of the Bay entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 90 his version stayed on the Top 100 for a total of five weeks, and on its final week on the chart it would peaked at 65. I'm sittin' on a dock of a bay. Я сижу на пристани залива, Wasting time. Now, I'm just gonna sit at the dock of a bay. Теперь я просто буду сидеть на пристани залива, Watching the tide roll away. Наблюдая за отливом