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Remember Me

Otis Redding Audio CD
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Born in Dawson, Ga., Otis Redding, Jr. and his family moved to Macon when he was five years old. At an early age he began his career as a singer and musician in the choir of the Vineville Baptist Church. Otis attended Ballard Hudson High School and participated in the school band. Determined to help his family financially, he began to compete in the Douglass Theatre talent shows for the ... Read more in Amazon's Otis Redding Store

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  • Audio CD (16 Oct 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B000000ZLJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 186,331 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Trick Or Treat
2. Loving By The Pound
3. There Goes My Baby
4. Remember Me
5. Send Me Some Lovin'
6. She's All Right
7. Cupid
8. The Boston Monkey
9. Don't Be Afraid Of Love
10. Little Ol' Me
11. Pounds And Hundreds (lbs + 100s)
12. You Got Good Lovin'
13. Gone Again
14. I'm Coming Home
15. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
16. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
17. Respect
18. Open The Door
19. I've Got Dreams To Remember
20. Come To Me
See all 22 tracks on this disc

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars How could anyone forget? 28 Aug 2002
Format:Audio CD
Fantasy issued this wonderful collection aptly titled, Remember Me. This is not just an album for listeners who are already fans of Redding. Truth be told, almost anything the man recorded is worth checking out. The album's selling point is that it's full of outtakes and alternate versions of classic songs by Memphis's other king. There are legendary stories of Otis walking into Stax Records, smiling ear to ear, the McLemore Avenue studio buzzing with a new found energy. This album is certainly also a delight for fans of Otis. You get to be right there along for the ride for takes one and two of "The Dock Of the Bay". Take one will take you off guard as Steve Cropper's earnest guitar starts a strummin' and Otis lets out some tongue and cheek "caws", which would apparently give Cropper the idea to later overdub the familiar ocean sounds. This song was recorded just days before Otis passed. After take one, we hear engineer, Ron Capone, yell out, "Well, he won't make it as a whistler." The most compelling outtake on here however, is "Try a Little Tenderness". Bassist, Duck Dunn said if Al Jackson ever created one, it was this one. Jackson's metronome like timing creates tension and then the MGs just explode. The only word for it is orgasmic. The fact that these guys did this on take one is just mind blowing. Cropper plays beautifully on this as well as on "I'm Coming Home", a great Redding original that boasts one of the most infectious hooks you'll ever hear, with the help of Duck Dunn and has Steve Cropper playing his cooler than the other side of the pillow arpeggios. Other highlights include a late night jam of "Respect" and a killer alternate version of "Open the Door". The king of soul. Staxman, too, Rob Bowman contributes liner notes on this well thought out and thoroughly enjoyable set.
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4.0 out of 5 stars How could anyone forget ? 21 Aug 2002
Format:Audio CD
Fantasy issued this wonderful collection aptly titled, Remember Me. This is not just an album for listeners who are already fans of Redding. Truth be told, almost anything the man recorded is worth checking out. The album’s selling point is that it’s full of outtakes and alternate versions of classic songs by Memphis’s other king. There are legendary stories of Otis walking into Stax Records, smiling ear to ear, the McLemore Avenue studio buzzing with a new found energy. This album is certainly also a delight for fans of Otis. You get to be right there along for the ride for takes one and two of “The Dock Of the Bay”. Take one will take you off guard as Steve Cropper’s earnest guitar starts a strummin’ and Otis lets out some tongue and cheek “caws”, which would apparently give Cropper the idea to later overdub the familiar ocean sounds. This song was recorded just days before Otis passed. After take one, we hear engineer, Ron Capone, yell out, “Well, he won’t make it as a whistler.” The most compelling outtake on here however, is “Try a Little Tenderness”. Bassist, Duck Dunn said if Al Jackson ever created one, it was this one. Jackson’s metronome like timing creates tension and then the MGs just explode. The only word for it is orgasmic. The fact that these guys did this on take one is just mind blowing. Cropper plays beautifully on this as well as on “I’m Coming Home”, a great Redding original that boasts one of the most infectious hooks you’ll ever hear, with the help of Duck Dunn and has Steve Cropper playing his cooler than the other side of the pillow arpeggios. Other highlights include a late night jam of “Respect” and a killer alternate version of “Open the Door”. The king of soul. Staxman, too, Rob Bowman contributes liner notes on this well thought out and thoroughly enjoyable set.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unissued heaven...! 28 July 2008
Format:Audio CD
I came across this being played load in Amoeba records in San Francisco and it just blew me away. Some many great tracks (and takes) and the best sleeves notes ever. I still play it 8 years on, so it just has to be a 5 star album !
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars How could anyone forget 15 Aug 2002
By thestaxman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Fantasy issued this wonderful collection aptly titled, Remember Me. This is not just an album for listeners who are already fans of Redding. Truth be told, almost anything the man recorded is worth checking out. The album's selling point is that it's full of outtakes and alternate versions of classic songs by Memphis's other king. There are legendary stories of Otis walking into Stax Records, smiling ear to ear, the McLemore Avenue studio buzzing with a new found energy. This album is certainly also a delight for fans of Otis. You get to be right there along for the ride for takes one and two of "The Dock Of the Bay". Take one will take you off guard as Steve Cropper's earnest guitar starts a strummin' and Otis lets out some tongue and cheek "caws", which would apparently give Cropper the idea to later overdub the familiar ocean sounds. This song was recorded just days before Otis passed. After take one, we hear engineer, Ron Capone, yell out, "Well, he won't make it as a whistler." The most compelling outtake on here however, is "Try a Little Tenderness". Bassist, Duck Dunn said if Al Jackson ever created one, it was this one. Jackson's metronome like timing creates tension and then the MGs just explode. The only word for it is orgasmic. The fact that these guys did this on take one is just mind blowing. Cropper plays beautifully on this as well as on "I'm Coming Home", a great Redding original that boasts one of the most infectious hooks you'll ever hear, with the help of Duck Dunn and has Steve Cropper playing his cooler than the other side of the pillow arpeggios. Other highlights include a late night jam of "Respect" and a killer alternate version of "Open the Door". The king of soul. Staxman, too, Rob Bowman contributes liner notes on this well thought out and thoroughly enjoyable set.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this is one of my prized cd's 25 Jan 2003
By C. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Otis Redding passed away way to early..
we have way to little of his fabulous voice to listen to.
This particular cd has some of the best cuts ever..
prooves that not always the best cut is released,some of these i swear should make #1 if released today...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantasitc collection of previously unissued material 13 April 2013
By William Lynd - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I picked this CD up expecting some good songs, but thought there would also be some real leftover/weak tracks, but I was realy amazed that that this is just another great collection of songs that somehow did not end up being issued earlier. It's unbelievable that songs like "Remember Me", "Trick or Treat", "Cupid", "There Goes My Baby" and others stayed in the vaults for 25 years after his death. There are 14 previously unreleased songs on this disc plus another 8 tracks which are alternate versions of famous tracks like "Dock of the Bay" and "Respect". Any Otis Redding fan will be happy with this purchase - inforamtive liner notes also.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sixty Minutes Of Pure Gold.. 3 Aug 2009
By R. Webb - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Twenty two more unreleased tracks from the legendary Otis Redding. This collection is another great addition if you own all the soulful singer's recordings. What's amazing is the long string of recordings Redding left behind in his catalog, these are all mostly good songs, hit songs, great songs, and sixteen are Redding originals, some are recorded early in his short career, "Send Me Some Lovin'", "There Goes My Baby", would fit perfectly on the Redding debut, PAIN IN MY HEART, and other notable songs, "The Boston Monkey", "Trick Or Treat", would blend in well with, OTIS BLUE, or DICTIONARY OF SOUL... most every Otis Redding album contains at least one Sam Cooke song - "Cupid", is included here, in Redding's own style and a distinctive shuffle beat. "(sittin on) The Dock Of The Bay" needs no introduction, featuring two demos recorded in stereo, half of the twenty two tracks on here are in stereo, the audio throughout is outstanding. If you dig the big "O" Redding, this is good listening and essential. "Remember Me", 1992 release from STAX/VOLT.
5.0 out of 5 stars Otis Sings With Heart and Soul 14 April 2013
By Salvatore S. Wojcik - Published on Amazon.com
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Otis Redding is a pure soul singer who was taken from us far too soon. Listening to his vocals and the way he sings the lyrics illustrates one who yearns and suffers for love. The band feel, Steve Cropper's guitar, and the horns echo every nuance of Otis' vocal emotional journey.
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