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Otis Redding: The Two-Sided Bluester

Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 1 May 1965

VERSATILITY is often the sign of greatness on the music scene. The same applies to the blues, and one of its most popular modern exponents is Otis Redding, who in the last week has proved to British fans just how versatile he is.

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