Otis Redding Picture

Otis Redding #Repost @johnpaulhodge with @repostapp ・・・ A special...

Otis Redding #Repost @johnpaulhodge with @repostapp
・・・
A special preschool music class happening this morning🎶 #preschool #musictherapy #autism #earlyintervention #tryalittletenderness www.johnpaulhodge.com・・・ Start 2017 off on a nice note, Try A Little (Random Act Of) Tenderness! To be eligible for the @rosserriddle sweatshirt, post a photo or video of yourself completing random acts of kindness towards a stranger, tagged with #TryALittleTenderness for the chance to win! That's all you've got to do! We'll choose our favorite acts to be winners. Spread kindness. #TryALittleTenderness  #OtisRedding #KingOfSoul #Soul #SoulMusic #RandomActOfKindness #Charity #Volunteer #GoodPeople #HelpEachother
10/01/2017 - 18:56
#Repost @johnpaulhodge with @repostapp ・・・ A special preschool music class happening this morning🎶 #preschool #musictherapy #autism #earlyintervention #tryalittletenderness www.johnpaulhodge.com・・・ Start 2017 off on a nice note, Try A Little (Random Act Of) Tenderness! To be eligible for the @rosserriddle sweatshirt, post a photo or video of yourself completing random acts of kindness towards a stranger, tagged with #TryALittleTenderness for the chance to win! That's all you've got to do! We'll choose our favorite acts to be winners. Spread kindness. #TryALittleTenderness #OtisRedding #KingOfSoul #Soul #SoulMusic #RandomActOfKindness #Charity #Volunteer #GoodPeople #HelpEachother
Official contents of Otis Redding
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “On a political stand, [Otis] believed in what was right. He believed in Martin Luther King, he believed in Malcolm X. He really did, because at that time, we as black people were having a hard time….He knew what racism and civil rights was all about...He was going to support you whether you were black, white or green, because he had no barrier when it came to people.” - Zelma Redding. #BlackHistoryMonth
“On a political stand, [Otis] believed in what was right. He believed in Martin Luther King, he believed in Malcolm X. He really did, because at that time, we as black people were having a hard time….He knew what racism and civil rights was all about...He was going to support you whether you were black, white or green, because he had no barrier when it came to people.” - Zelma Redding. #BlackHistoryMonth
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “I met Otis in New York, not in Macon. I met him at the Stanley Hilton Hotel where I gave him $50. I autographed it for him. I wanted him to come into my room, but he was scared to come in there by himself. I said, ‘Otis I need to talk to you,’ and he said, ‘I’ll be back.’ I just wanted to hear him sing by myself!” - Little Richard, 1989. 

Photo: A show poster from 1962.
“I met Otis in New York, not in Macon. I met him at the Stanley Hilton Hotel where I gave him $50. I autographed it for him. I wanted him to come into my room, but he was scared to come in there by himself. I said, ‘Otis I need to talk to you,’ and he said, ‘I’ll be back.’ I just wanted to hear him sing by myself!” - Little Richard, 1989. Photo: A show poster from 1962.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “The world’s number one male vocalist.” - Melody Maker, 1967
“The world’s number one male vocalist.” - Melody Maker, 1967
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Tag whoever you want right by your side.
Tag whoever you want right by your side.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Let her know how you feel.
Let her know how you feel.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “I've been doing only 20 minutes. A short act like that doesn't give me a chance to prove my worth! When I next come to Britain, I want to give the people 45 minutes.” - Otis Redding in England, talking about his short sets.
“I've been doing only 20 minutes. A short act like that doesn't give me a chance to prove my worth! When I next come to Britain, I want to give the people 45 minutes.” - Otis Redding in England, talking about his short sets.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding 40 years ago today, Otis Redding played the infamous Apollo Theater. Predominately black theaters like the Apollo were huge for African-American entertainers, community and added to the already beautiful city of Harlem, NY. #BlackHistoryMonth
40 years ago today, Otis Redding played the infamous Apollo Theater. Predominately black theaters like the Apollo were huge for African-American entertainers, community and added to the already beautiful city of Harlem, NY. #BlackHistoryMonth
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding 51 years ago, Otis Redding played The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA. The lineup included the Grateful Dead, Johnny Talbot and De Thangs, and Country Joe and the Fish. #FlashbackFriday
51 years ago, Otis Redding played The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA. The lineup included the Grateful Dead, Johnny Talbot and De Thangs, and Country Joe and the Fish. #FlashbackFriday
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “They treated me like I was somebody. They took me wherever I wanted to go. I loved Paris, too.” - Otis Redding on touring in Europe for the first time. 

Photo: Otis and French singer, Eddy Mitchell Officiel, 1967.
“They treated me like I was somebody. They took me wherever I wanted to go. I loved Paris, too.” - Otis Redding on touring in Europe for the first time. Photo: Otis and French singer, Eddy Mitchell Officiel, 1967.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “Otis Redding was The King of Soul music.” - Soul Music Monthly, 1968
“Otis Redding was The King of Soul music.” - Soul Music Monthly, 1968
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Otis gave a voice to the marginalized black community. What are you doing to honor Black History Month this year?

“Otis Redding was the music that brought groove and meaning to, and reflected the angst and loneliness of a generation finding its way beyond the racial and political conditioning of its forebears.” - Dreams To Remember: Otis Redding
Otis gave a voice to the marginalized black community. What are you doing to honor Black History Month this year? “Otis Redding was the music that brought groove and meaning to, and reflected the angst and loneliness of a generation finding its way beyond the racial and political conditioning of its forebears.” - Dreams To Remember: Otis Redding
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Otis Redding at Big O Ranch.
Otis Redding at Big O Ranch.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “Otis Redding is unbelievably cool.” - Melody Maker, 1966
“Otis Redding is unbelievably cool.” - Melody Maker, 1966
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Happy birthday, Sam Cooke! 

Photo: Poster from when Otis and Sam played together at the Paramount Theater in Brooklyn, NY in 1963.
Happy birthday, Sam Cooke! Photo: Poster from when Otis and Sam played together at the Paramount Theater in Brooklyn, NY in 1963.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “Everybody wants respect, you know.” - Otis Redding, 1967
“Everybody wants respect, you know.” - Otis Redding, 1967
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding Happy birthday, Janis Joplin! 

Watch Janis cover Otis’ “I Can’t Turn You Loose” live at Woodstock ‘69.
Happy birthday, Janis Joplin! Watch Janis cover Otis’ “I Can’t Turn You Loose” live at Woodstock ‘69.
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “My original feeling for Otis wound up to be my final feeling: He was a pure man.” - Steve Cropper
“My original feeling for Otis wound up to be my final feeling: He was a pure man.” - Steve Cropper
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “I know what the kids want today and I aim all my stuff at them.” - Otis Redding

Photo: Otis backstage at Hunter College, 1967
“I know what the kids want today and I aim all my stuff at them.” - Otis Redding Photo: Otis backstage at Hunter College, 1967
Foto profilo Otis Redding

Otis Redding

Otis Redding “Did you hear those people?” - Otis Redding backstage, excitedly talking about fans to NME Magazine after a performance in 1967.
“Did you hear those people?” - Otis Redding backstage, excitedly talking about fans to NME Magazine after a performance in 1967.