The Visual Discography takes the track tiles of each album review and arranges them in columns according to energy, feeling and complexity to get a full visualization of the artist’s body of work. The album tracks are numbered on the left and the span of time is given at the top with letters that correlate to each successive album release.
What do the icons mean?
Each icon is a track tile that represents the most dominant characteristic of each song according to energy, feeling and complexity.
The wow tracks are considered to excel in one way or another so they’re rated the highest which results in a better album score.
The top pick is considered to be the very best track on the album.
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Otis Redding released six studio albums in his lifetime with the last album being King & Queen, his duet record with Carla Thomas. Four posthumous recordings were released between 1968 and 1970. The only posthumous album not included here is Remember Me, which was released in 1992 as it serves as more of a compilation of alternate versions and outtakes.