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I had a record called "m.a.y.i.b.u.y.a.e.",Otis,honestly laugh.gif on a blue label,looked 6ts,great thumping instrumental,question is as anybody else seen this?,cause when i ask for such a disk i get laughed at :ohmy: ,but i did have this record honestly,its not a wind up yes.gif honest!!,some body must have this,as i sold them it!!,oh and not the letter songer either.maybe a mad boot?,i would just like to know thats all.

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i remember being told by john powney about a 45 on his list that was an instrumental and was meant to be otis first recording , think it was labeled as the pinetoppers as the artist but it had gone when i wanted it

not sure if this is it but may help

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i remember being told by john powney about a 45 on his list that was an instrumental and was meant to be otis first recording , think it was labeled as the pinetoppers as the artist but it had gone when i wanted it

not sure if this is it but may help

Thanks for reply,no deffo` credited to Otis :thumbsup:

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otis first recording , think it was labeled as the pinetoppers

Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers. Released 1960 as Otis and The Shooters.

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Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers. Released 1960 as Otis and The Shooters.

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The Pinetoppers: Johnny Jenkins in foreground,

Pat T. Cake on drums and Otis Redding with mike.

In 1959, Otis sang at the Grand Duke Club. In 1960 Redding began touring the South with Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers. With this group he made his first recording in 1960 as Otis and The Shooters.

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otispine.jpg

The Pinetoppers: Johnny Jenkins in foreground,

Pat T. Cake on drums and Otis Redding with mike.

In 1959, Otis sang at the Grand Duke Club. In 1960 Redding began touring the South with Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers. With this group he made his first recording in 1960 as Otis and The Shooters.

Simsy, what a picture!!!!

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I had a record called "m.a.y.i.b.u.y.a.e.",Otis,honestly :lol: on a blue label,looked 6ts,great thumping instrumental,question is as anybody else seen this?,cause when i ask for such a disk i get laughed at :thumbsup: ,but i did have this record honestly,its not a wind up :wicked: honest!!,some body must have this,as i sold them it!!,oh and not the letter songer either.maybe a mad boot?,i would just like to know thats all.

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Hi Ken,

Yes it definatly does exist.I remember buying 'The Memphis Horns-Can't Turn You Loose at Yate one night & being offered this at the same time ("if you like instrumentals of Otis' classics try this for an extra fiver").........Unfortunatly I declined .Cant honestly remember who the seller was but MAY have been a bloke called Dave (Thorley?) from Southampton or Nigel from Tring :):Dthumbsup.gif ................................................

Or was it you !!!!!!!!

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Hi Ken,

Yes it definatly does exist.I remember buying 'The Memphis Horns-Can't Turn You Loose at Yate one night & being offered this at the same time ("if you like instrumentals of Otis' classics try this for an extra fiver").........Unfortunatly I declined .Cant honestly remember who the seller was but MAY have been a bloke called Dave (Thorley?) from Southampton or Nigel from Tring :wicked::D:) ................................................

Or was it you !!!!!!!!

? thumbsup.gif never been to yate :thumbsup:

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? :wicked: never been to yate :thumbsup:

Nor have I for at least 27 years thumbsup.gif ...........But I did see that tune-honest mate! :)

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Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers. Released 1960 as Otis and The Shooters.

got one by johnny jenkins and the pinetoppers on atlantic called "pine top", cant remember if its any good or not, will dig it out tomorrow am, was told years ago it was otis

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