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What Do I Do Without You - Ray Charles, Ray Charles - Blues (CD)

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  1. Ray Charles - The Atlantic Years - In Mono (Remastered) Album Lyrics; 1. Hallelujah I Love Her So (Mono) 2. Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I) [Mono] 3. I Believe to My Soul (Mono) 4. Ray's Blues (Mono) 5. Tell All the World About You (Mono) 6. What Would I Do Without You? (Mono) 7. What'd I Say, Pts. 1 & 2 (Mono).
  2. Ray Charles and his band deliver one blues tinged with gospel hit after another on this fantastic collection. This album covers Ray Charles's Atlantic R&B recordings from These are years of innovation and discovery for Ray, and consequently a couple of the songs on the set are a little odd (like his jazzy "My Bonnie Lies Over the /5(42).
  3. "What Would I Do Without You?" is another vital link in the chain between gospel and secular music that Ray Charles, along with a very few others like Sam Cooke and Charles Brown, provided to create what is now known as soul music.
  4. What'd I Say or "What I Say" is a two-part recording that was released in by rhythm and blues musician Ray Charles. After Charles' run of R&B hits, this song finally broke Charles into mainstream pop and the song itself sparked a new sub-genre of rhythm and blues titled soul, finally putting together all the elements that Charles had been creating since he recorded "I Got a Woman".
  5. Overview. Ray Charles first appeared on a Billboard chart in , when — as part of the Maxin Trio with G.D. McKee and Milton Garred — he charted his first single with "Confession Blues." It reached No. 2 on the R&B chart, then called the Most-Played Juke Box Race Records. In , Charles signed with Atlantic Records and went on to top Billboard ' s pop, country, R&B, jazz, and dance charts.
  6. Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, – June 10, ) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer. Among friends and fellow musicians he preferred being called "Brother Ray." He was often referred to as "The Genius." Charles was blinded during childhood due to glaucoma.. Charles pioneered the soul music genre during the s by combining blues, jazz, rhythm and blues, and.
  7. Ray's Blues Mr. Charles' Blues Blackjack Come Back A Fool For You Hard Times No One Know Better Than I Drown In My Own Tears What Would I Do Without You I Want A Little Girl Early In The Mornin' Night Time Is The Right Time Two Years Of Torture I Believe To My Soul Disc 2 The Man I Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Another easy access point for Charles' seminal Atlantic catalog. This two-disc set is evenly split between his bluesiest sides on the first disc and a selection of his greatest jazz sides on disc two (gorgeously showcasing the sax work of David "Fathead" Newman on several pieces). Charles was a masterful blues purveyor; his "I Believe to My Soul" is simultaneously invested with heartbreak and.
  9. Buy The Genius Sings The Blues [Mono] (LP) by Ray Charles (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.

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