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The Dock of the Bay
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Album: The Dock of the Bay
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay More Info...
2)    I Love You More Than Words Can Say More Info...
3)    Let Me Come On Home More Info...
4)    Open The Door More Info...
5)    Don't Mess With Cupid More Info...
6)    The Glory Of Love More Info...
7)    I'm Coming Home To See About You More Info...
8)    Tramp More Info...
9)    The Huckle-Buck More Info...
10)    Nobody Knows You (When You're Down And Out) More Info...
11)    Ole Man Trouble More Info...
 

Album: The Dock of the Bay
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay More Info...
2)    I Love You More Than Words Can Say More Info...
3)    Let Me Come On Home More Info...
4)    Open The Door More Info...
5)    Don't Mess With Cupid More Info...
6)    The Glory Of Love More Info...
7)    I'm Coming Home To See About You More Info...
8)    Tramp More Info...
9)    The Huckle-Buck More Info...
10)    Nobody Knows You (When You're Down And Out) More Info...
11)    Ole Man Trouble More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Otis Redding, Carla Thomas (vocals); Steve Cropper (guitar); Andrew Love, Joe Arnold, Charles "Packy" Axton (tenor saxophone); Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone); Wayne Jackson, Sammy Coleman, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet); Booker T. Jones, Isaac Hayes (keyboards); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson, Jr. (drums).
  • Producer: Steve Cropper.
  • Reissue producer: Yves Beauvais.
  • Recorded between 1965 & 1968.
  • Originally released on LP on Volt (419).
  • Includes original release liner notes by Jon Landau.
  • Personnel: Otis Redding (vocals); Carla Thomas (vocals); Steve Cropper (guitar); Joe Arnold, Andrew Love, Charles "Packy" Axton (tenor saxophone); Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone); Gene Miller , Sammie Coleman, Wayne Jackson (trumpet); Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones (keyboards); Al Jackson, Jr. (drums).
  • Liner Note Author: Jon Landau.
  • Recording information: 07/11/1965-09/01/1968.
  • Photographer: Jim Marshall .
  • Compiled in the wake of Otis Redding's premature death, THE DOCK OF THE BAY is a suitable testimony to a gigantic performer. The melancholic title track suggested a new musical blueprint, and elements of the previously unissued "Open The Door" show a similarly muted perspective. Tracks culled from OTIS BLUE and THE SOUL ALBUM sit beside the playful "Tramp," which represents the singer's brief partnership with Carla Thomas. The remaining material is drawn from various sources, including flip-sides and compilations and, taken as a whole, the album provides a precis of Redding's past, as well as intimating what was so sadly lost.
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