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  • Marietta Wiggins

    Sitting on the dock of the bay ~ Otis Redding Omg!!!! Loved Listening to this blasting from my stepfather's 8 track while riding in the car! Memories! Otis recorded this, his greatest number one hit BUT he died before it was released. He never knew how successful it was.

  • Madeline Walsh

    Birthday Song.

  • Thyrza K

    youtube mix - soul music

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