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Otis Redding, a dynamic performer and songwriter, was only 26 when he died in a plane crash on Dec. 10, 1967.

I'd be the moon when the sun goes down, just to let you know that I'm still around :)

Today in Black History, 9/9/2013 - Otis Ray Redding, Jr.'s three recordings, “Shake” (1965), “Try a Little Tenderness,” and “Sitting on the Dock of the Bay,” were amongst The 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll. For more info, check out today's notes!

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otis redding at monterey pop festival 1967 - "I loved the soulfulness of Otis Redding’s voice, so I opted for his song." ~Cricket

Edith Piaf, 1940, a photo by Jean Gabriel Séruzier

Jean Luc Godard, cinéaste (réalisateur, scénariste, dialoguiste, acteur, monteur, producteur, écrivain, critique)

i've been loving you too long (to stop now) • otis redding • live performance, stax/volt revue, london, 1967 • otis, otis, otis, otis, otis

This looks so familiar - I think my dad had this album. Cool cover!