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(Sittin On The) Dock Of The Bay - Unknown Artist - Million Sellers Of The Sixties

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  1. Street artists from around the world cover “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay”. The song, “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay”, which was originally recorded by Otis Redding, is such an inspiration to so many street performers around the world.
  2. Dec 02,  · The tracklist on IMP 75 is incorrect in places. The later revised edition IMP 88 corrects the tracklist, but swaps out disc 3 for new tracks. Interestingly, the later release has the same montage of artists on the inner cover which shows some artists (Roberta Flack for example) who do not appear on IMP 88 due to the new disc /5(14).
  3. Feb 19,  · Otis Redding — ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ This week we’re starting a series of postings on spookily existential posthumous hits. You might not think that’s a genre unto itself, but I know of three such songs, humdingers each, memorable, moving and eerily prophetic.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Unknown Artist - Million Sellers Of The Sixties Volume 1 at Discogs. Complete your Unknown Artist collection/5(4).
  5. "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," a song written by Redding and frequent collaborator Steve Cropper, would prove to be Redding's sole certified million-seller. The gentleness and quiet introspection of the track signaled a new direction for Redding: more contemplative, even more folksy than his previous efforts.
  6. Feb 20,  · This single includes the rare, original version of the song, which is shorter and with Redding’s vocals noticeably lower in the mix. This original version was quickly pulled after a brief release and replaced with the version that the world has known ever since.5/5(8).
  7. Talk:(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay Jump to “Rolling Stone ranked The Dock of the Bay number on its Greatest Albums of All Time, the third of five Redding albums on the list.” (I assume ‘third of five’ is to mean ‘third highest of five’.) Perhaps Rolling Stone revised the list either before or after that was written.
  8. Otis Redding originally recorded (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay written by Steve Cropper and Otis Redding and Otis Redding released it on the single (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay in It was also covered by Pete Tex, Passenger, Garry Blake & His Orchestra, Emma and Craig David and other artists. It is sampled by De La Soul.

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