The Immortal Otis Redding was released in June 1968 by Atco Records, compiling eleven songs recorded by Redding in a three-week stretch of sessions that concluded days prior to his death in December 1967.
My hunch is that Eutemey’s cover was the inspiration for the use of (self-made) Baby Teeth on the French single sleeves. Some sources claim that the first volumes of The Otis Redding Story were released in 1967, and hence predate The Immortal Otis Redding. I believe the 1967 date is incorrect: Redding died on December 10, 1967, and it seems implausible that Stax/Atco France launched their memorial series in the same year.
The Immortal Otis Redding was released in France under the title Amen as Atco 3011 in 1968 [Discogs]. Photo by Jean-Pierre Leloir. The image shows a later reissue (40292) with the same cover design. The artist’s name uses the same lettering emulating Baby Teeth that can be seen on the series of singles.