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9 thoughts on “ Ray Charles And His Orchestra - Heartbreaker / Feelin Sad (Vinyl)

  1. Mar 03,  · RAY CHARLES Heartbreaker - Duration: Steve views. I'm movin' on - ray charles and his orchestra - atlantic - Duration: combobeebom 15, views.
  2. Ray Charles (born September 23, , Albany, Georgia, USA – died June 10, , Beverly Hills, California, USA) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer. He was inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in (Performer). For the .
  3. Ray Charles And His Orchestra A: Mess Around B: Funny (But I Still Love You) Atlantic USA: Jun 7" 2: Ray Charles And His Orchestra A: Feelin' Sad B: Heartbreaker: Atlantic USA: Sep 7" 0: Ray Charles And His Orchestra A: It Should've Been Me B: Sinner's Prayer: Atlantic USA: Feb 7" 2:
  4. 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).
  5. Sep 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ray Charles Greatest Hits - Best Songs of Ray Charles YouTube 🎷Jazz For Cooking ~~~~ - Duration: Gi Raffi , views.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Heartbreaker / Just For A Thrill on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl 7 Ray Charles And His Orchestra - Heartbreaker / Just For A Thrill (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ray Charles - Feelin' Sad / Carrying That Load at Discogs. Complete your Ray Charles collection.
  8. "Mess Around" was Ray Charles's first hit for Atlantic Records, rising to #3 on the R&B charts. It was not until the following year that he had his first success on the pop charts. Written by Ahmet Ertegun, founder of Atlantic Records, the song was a perfect vehicle for Charles' distinctive boogie woogie piano style.
  9. 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.

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