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is a live album by Good To Me American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding, recorded at the Whisky a Go Go on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California in April 1966. The recording was made before Otis Redding attained crossover fame at the Monterey Pop Festival, and with his regular touring band. His other available live performances, the 1967 European Stax/Volt revue and 1967 Monterey Pop Festival are recorded with Booker T. & the M.G.'s and The Mar-Keys horns.
Eight of the tracks on this album (3-6, 9-12) were originally released on
(Atlantic SD 19346). However, the rights to the recordings had reverted to Stax from Atlantic in 1972 and erroneously submitted back to Atlantic for that release. This album corrects the mistake by reissuing the album on the Stax label while including additional bonus material. Recorded Live: Previously Unreleased Performances
Good To Me (1993) track listing [ edit ]
Recorded Live (1982) track listing [ edit ]
(same recording as "Your One And Only Man" above) Wayne Moman
"Good To Me"
Julius E. Green,
Otis Redding 3:57
"Chained and Bound"
"Ol' Man Trouble"
"I Can't Turn You Loose"
"I've Been Loving You Too Long"
Jerry Butler, Redding 5:35
"A Hard Day's Night"
John Lennon, Paul McCartney 4:09
Note: The individual song timings do not include either applause or spoken introductions between selections
Personnel [ edit ]
Otis Redding - vocals
James Young -
guitar Robert Holloway -
tenor saxophone Robert Pittman - tenor saxophone
Donald Henry - tenor saxophone
Sammy Coleman -
trumpet John Farris - trumpet
Clarence Johnson -
trombone Ralph Stewart -
bass guitar Elbert Woodson -
References [ edit ]