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Otis Redding

Otis Redding Gets Triple CD Boxset

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on May 30, 2013

in New Music,News

Otis Redding’s short but illustrious career included some of the most important singles to come out of R&B during the 60s. All of those singles have been collected on The Complete Stax/Vold Singles, out July 23 on Shout! Factory.

Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Every A and B side is included in this three-CD set, all in their original mono mixes. Per Shout! Factory, the are “the sound that influenced The Beatles and the Stones. The songs that later became defining hits for Aretha and The Black Crowes. The grooves sampled by Public Enemy and Jay-Z & Kanye.”

Starting with 1962’s These Arms of Mine / Hey Hey Baby and running through 1972’s My Girl, the set includes all 17 of Redding’s singles released prior to his 1967 death, the 14 released posthumously along with the four he recorded with Carla Thomas for a total of 35 singles and 70 sides.

Those who order directly from the label will be able to get their set a month early, on June 25. The early buyers will also receive a limited edition 7″ vinyl single of I’ve Got Dreams To Remember / Nobody’s Fault But Mine.

Track List:

Disc 1

  • These Arms of Mine (1962 / #20 R&B / #85 Pop)
  • Hey Hey Baby
  • That’s What My Heart Needs (1963 / #27 R&B)
  • Mary’s Little Lamb
  • Pain in My Heart (1963 / #11 R&B / #61 Pop)
  • Something is Worrying Me
  • Come to Me (1964 / #26 R&B / #69 Pop)
  • Don’t Leave Me This Way
  • Security (1964 / #23 R&B / #97 Pop)
  • I Want to Thank You
  • Chained and Bound (1964 / #6 R&B / #70 Pop)
  • Your One and Only Man
  • That’s How Strong My Love Is (1964 / #18 R&B / #74 Pop)
  • Mr. Pitiful (1964 / #10 R&B / #41 Pop)
  • I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) (1965 / #2 R&B / #21 Pop)
  • I’m Depending On You
  • Respect (1965 / #4 R&B / #35 Pop)
  • Ole Man Trouble
  • I Can’t Turn You Loose (1965 / #11 R&B)
  • Just One More Day (1965 / #15 R&B / #85 Pop)
  • Satisfaction (1966 / #4 R&B / #31 Pop)
  • Any Ole Way
  • My Lover’s Prayer (1966 / #10 R&B / #61 Pop)
  • Don’t Mess With Cupid
Disc 2
  • Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) (1966 / #12 R&B / #29 Pop)
  • Good to Me
  • Try a Little Tenderness (1967 / #4 R&B / #25 Pop)
  • I’m Sick Y’All
  • I Love You More Than Words Can Say (1967 / #30 R&B / #78 Pop)
  • Let Me Come On Home
  • Tramp (Otis & Carla) (1967 / #2 R&B / #26 Pop)
  • Tell It Like It Is (Otis & Carla)
  • Shake (Live in Europe) (1967 / #16 R&B / #47 Pop)
  • You Don’t Miss Your Water
  • Glory of Love (1967 / #19 R&B / #60 Pop)
  • I’m Coming Home
  • Knock on Wood (Otis & Carla) (1967 / #8 R&B / #30 Pop)
  • Let Me Be Good to You (Otis & Carla)
  • (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay (1968 / #1 R&B / #1 Pop)
  • Sweet Lorene
  • Lovey Dovey (Otis & Carla) (1968 / #21 R&B / #60 Pop)
  • New Year’s Resolution (Otis & Carla)
  • The Happy Song (Dum-Dum) (1968 / #10 R&B / #25 Pop)
  • Open the Door
  • Amen (1968 / #15 R&B / #36 Pop)
  • Hard to Handle (1968 / #38 R&B / #51 Pop)
  • I’ve Got Dreams to Remember (1968 / #6 R&B / #41 Pop)
  • Nobody’s Fault But Mine
Disc 3
  • White Christmas
  • Merry Christmas, Baby
  • Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag (Live at Whiskey) (1968 / #10 R&B / #21 Pop)
  • Direct Me 
  • A Lover’s Question (1969 / #20 R&B / #48 Pop)
  • You Made a Man Out of Me
  • When Something is Wrong With My Baby (Otis & Carla)
  • Ooh Carla, Ooh Otis (Otis & Carla)
  • Love Man (1969 / #17 R&B / #72 Pop)
  • Can’t Turn You Loose (Live in Europe)
  • Free Me (1969 / #30 R&B / #103 Pop)
  • (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher
  • Look at the Girl
  • That’s a Good Idea
  • Demonstration
  • Johnny’s Heartbreak
  • Give Away None of My Love
  • Snatch a Little Piece
  • I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Live in Monterrey)
  • Try a Little Tenderness (Live in Monterrey)
  • My Girl
  • Good to Me
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