The final days of Otis Redding
2 monthes ago - By New York Post
Otis Redding's “ The Dock of the Bay” spent four weeks atop Billboard's Hot 100 starting in March 1968, but Redding never knew it: He died in a plane crash Dec. 10, 1967. He was 26. Redding recorded the song just days before. His friend, guitarist and producer Steve Cropper, 76, tells The Post...
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