Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology is a 1998 compilation album by American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding. Advertised as a stopgap between the greatest hits album Very Best Of and the boxset Otis! The Definitive Otis Redding, this two-disc album offers most of Redding's greatest hits, a few album tracks and 5 live recordings taken from The Monterey International Pop Festival.
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A I've got dreams D Dreams to remember A I've got dreams Dreams, rough dreams D Dreams to remember E I still want you to stay A I still love you anyway E I still don't want you to ever leave A E Girl, you just satisfy me! Instrumental Verse: A D A D E I know you said he was just a friend A But I saw you kiss him again and again E These eyes of mine, they don't fool me A E Why did he hold you so tenderly? A I've got dreams D Dreams to remember A I've got dreams Dreams, bad dreams Dreams, rough dreams D To remember Don&a.
A. I've Got Dreams To Remember. Written-By – Joe Rock, Otis Redding, Zelma Redding. B. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay. Written-By – Otis Redding. Rights Society: STEMRA. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.I've Got Dreams To Remember (CD, Single). Rhino Records (2). 8122-74520-2.
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I've Got Dreams to Remember. In his youth, Otis Redding (September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967) was hugely influenced by Little Richard as well as Sam Cooke. In the late Fifties, Redding met Johnny Jenkins, a local guitarist who invited him to join his group, the Pinetoppers. Feeling that he'd gone as far as he could, he moved to . Otis Redding - I've Got Dreams to Remember. It was recorded on December 6, 1967, at the end of a long session. Four days after the recording session, on December 10, 1967, his chartered plane crashed into a Wisconsin lake, killing Redding and four members of his backup band, the Bar-Kays. As for the album highlights, "I've Got Dreams To Remember", a sparse ballad written with wife Zelma, is one of the best things he's ever done and is a rare track with female backing singers. The song is lyrically insightful and mature. Artist: Otis Redding. Album: The Immortal Otis Redding, 1968. Photos put together using ProShow Gold with music from the fabulous Otis Redding. During the 60's Otis was the king of soul and met an untimely death in 1967 when the plane he was in, crashed. I had the fortunate pleasure of seeing Otis on Stage at the Finsbury Park Astoria in London while Otis was the star of the legendary Hit The Road Stax tour. Great song, his legacy will live for generations to come.
The Beatles’ album got Redding thinking. He had always relied on the emotion and energy in his vocals to carry his songs, but now he started paying more mind to the words themselves; he’d also recorded most of his songs live in the studio, but the complex layering achieved by the Beatles and George Martin clued him in to other ways of building tracks. Redding had produced (and co-written) Arthur Conley’s hit Sweet Soul Music earlier that year and Cropper says he started talking about getting off the road and spending more time producing in the studio. While Dock of the Bay is now hailed as an influential classic – placing at number 26 on Rolling Stone‘s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time – the initial reaction to the song was mixed.
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Written-By – Joe Rock, Otis Redding, Zelma Redding
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Written-By – Otis Redding
|8122-74520-2||Otis Redding||I've Got Dreams To Remember (CD, Single)||Rhino Records||8122-74520-2||Netherlands||1994|