The Soul Album
by Otis Redding
Released: Apr 1966
By 1966, just two years after the release of his debut LP, Otis was on his fourth album and in complete control of his talent. These tracks don't just sound perfectly realized, they also sound effortless. From the loose groove of "It's Growing" through the slow lament of "Cigarettes and Coffee" to well-worn covers like "Chain Gang," Redding owns every song, revealing new depths in even the lightest-seeming material.
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