Live in London and Paris is a live album by Otis Redding. It can be seen as an expanded version of the Live In Europe album issued while Otis Redding was still alive in 1967.
It was recorded on the Stax Volt European tour in March 1967 but not released until 2008.
Otis Redding Live in London and Paris
1 to 8 are in London, 9 to 19 in Paris.The Live In Europe album is said to have been drawn from the Paris recordings.
Introduction – 1:09
Respect – 2:31
My Girl – 2:46
Shake – 2:41
Day Tripper – 3:33
Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) – 4:11
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – 4:54
Try A Little Tenderness – 7:01
Introduction – 0:54
Respect – 3:09
I Can’t Turn You Loose – 3:52
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long – 3:41
My Girl – 2:42
Shake – 2:58
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – 3:20
Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) – 4:33
These Arms Of Mine – 3:26
Day Tripper – 3:32
Try A Little Tenderness – 6:16
The London set list was duplicated in Paris but the French also had three extra songs – I Can’t Turn You Loose, I’ve Been Loving You Too Long and These Arms Of Mine.
Unlike the concerts at the Whisky A Go Go in 1966, Redding is backed by Booker T & The MG’s on this Stax Volt tour.
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