Both hands busy.
What's more energetic than a live performance of Otis Redding? Well, that would be a live performance of Otis Redding being backed by Booker T. and the M.G.'s.
Happy New Year from everybody here at C&L. Tonight, we have for you a soulful New Year's duet between Otis Redding and Carla Banks.
Nights at the Roundtable with Soul/R&B Legend Bobby "Blue" Bland with his 1965 single "Too Far Gone (To Turn Around)".
Here's a clip of Otis Redding's final performance on the eve of his tragic and untimely death. I often wonder how the careers of these musicians who died young would have panned out. Be it Otis or Jimi or Amy Winehouse, it's always a shame to see
Nights At The Roundtable - Arthur Conley and his 1968 single Funky Street.
[media id=11219] I always got a kick out of Redding's little monologue before this performance of his song "Respect," because he acknowledges that Ar
[media id=10577] I ran that Sam and Dave clip from this same show featuring the "Stax/Volt Revue" on tour in Europe -- which meant that the house ban
I remember when Otis Redding died, in December, 1967, when the plane he was on crashed into Lake Monona in WI. And I remember how I waited for that ve
Otis is magnificent, but it's the drum that makes this song. Snapping away in the background, too fast for a ballad, too soft to overwhelm, setting us
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