Otis Redding was an American Singer. In the early years of his career, Otis Redding moved to Los Angeles with his sister, Deborah, and wrote his first songs which were ‘She’s Allright’, ‘Tuff Enuff’, ‘I’m Gettin’ Hip’ and ‘Gamma Lamma’. When Johnny Jenkins left the band, Redding met Phil Walden and Bobby Smith who ran a small label Confederate Records. Redding’s debut album ‘Pain in My Heart’ included songs from his 1962-63 sessions – ‘These Arms of Mine’ and other songs. In 1963, ‘That’s What My Heart Needs’ and ‘Mary’s Little Lamb’ were recorded. In November 1963, Redding was accompanied by his brother Rodgers to perform at the Apollo Theatre for recording a live album for Atlantic Records. Redding got a chance to showcase his dance moves with ‘Shake’ and ‘Satisfaction’.
Otis Redding – Otis Blue, Otis Redding Sings Soul. Atlantic Records Mono Vinyl LP Album. A1 Ole Man Trouble 2:35. A4 Down In The Valley 2:55. Otis REDDING: She's allright! b/w Tuff enuff. Condition (cover graded first, record second) EX: (Excellent has no creases, folds, seam splits or any other noticeable similar defect). Scans of front and back cover. Genre: R&B & SoulStyle: Classic R&BArtist: Otis Redding.
Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do). Vivrant Thang (Special Girl Remix). When Something Is Wrong With My Baby.
Tuff Enuff" is a song by the blues rock band the The Fabulous Thunderbirds. It was written by Jerry McCain. The song was included on the album Tuff Enuff and was produced by Dave Edmunds. Released as a single in 1986, "Tuff Enuff" peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and it reached the top 20 charts in other countries. It was ranked number 96 on VH1's "100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80s".
She gave birth to their son Dexter in the summer of 1960 and married Redding in August 1961. In mid-1960, Otis moved to Los Angeles with his sister, Deborah, while Zelma and Otis' children stayed in Macon, Georgia. In Los Angeles Redding wrote his first songs, including "She's Allright," "Tuff Enuff," "I'm Gettin' Hip" and "Gamma Lamma" (which Career.
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Redding released two strong and eclectic albums in 1966, The Soul Album and Complete and Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul, which found him exploring contemporary pop tunes and old standards in his trademark soulful style, and a cut from Dictionary of Soul, an impassioned interpretation of "Try a Little Tenderness," became one of his biggest hits to date and a highlight.
|A||–Otis Redding||She's Alright|
|B||–Otis Redding & The Shooters||Tuff Enuff|
|FA-2016||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters - She's All Right / Tuff Enuff (7", Single, RE)||Finer Arts Records||FA-2016||US||1967|
|BYG 129 008||Otis Redding||She's All Right (7", Single)||BYG Records||BYG 129 008||France||Unknown|
|E 2442||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters - She's All Right / Tuff Enuff (7", Single)||Evolution||E 2442||UK||1969|
|M 25.164||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters||Otis Redding / Otis Redding & The Shooters - She's All Right / Tuff Enuff (7", Single)||Metronome||M 25.164||Germany||1969|
|T-6908||The Shooters||She's All Right (7")||Trans World||T-6908||US||Unknown|