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Ray Charles Vol 1

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01
Rockin' Chair Blues
Artist: Ray Charles & The Maxim Trio
2:45
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02
Blues Before Sunrise
Artist: Ray Charles & The Maxim Trio
2:48
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03
Greenbacks
2:51
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04
Hey Now
2:19
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05
Kissa Me Baby
3:07
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Blackjack
2:20
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What Have I Done
2:33
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08
Walkin' & Talkin'
3:09
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09
Roll With Me Baby
2:37
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10
Come Back Baby
3:06
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11
Mess Around
2:41
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12
Late In The Evening Blues
3:05
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Jumpin' In The Morning
2:46
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14
Don't You Know
2:56
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15
Confession Blues
Artist: Ray Charles & The Maxim Trio
2:29
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16
All To Myself Alone
Artist: Ray Charles Trio
2:00
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17
Back Home
2:32
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18
Can Anyone Ask For ME
Artist: Ray Charles & The Maxim Trio
2:49
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19
Feeling Sad
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20
Honey Honey
Artist: Ray Charles Trio
2:40
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 54:22

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Icon: Ray Charles

By John Morthland, Contributor

Even as a teenager, Ray Charles was an old soul. He never cut rock 'n 'roll, instead beginning his career with the trio cocktail blues of Charles Brown and Nat King Cole. And when he found his own sound, combining the uninhibited frenzy of gospel with the earthiness of blues, the undeniable exuberance in much of his music was rarely of the youthful sort; it came across as carnality as much as anything. Brother Ray's… more »

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Icon: Ray Charles

By John Morthland, Contributor

Even as a teenager, Ray Charles was an old soul. He never cut rock 'n 'roll, instead beginning his career with the trio cocktail blues of Charles Brown and Nat King Cole. And when he found his own sound, combining the uninhibited frenzy of gospel with the earthiness of blues, the undeniable exuberance in much of his music was rarely of the youthful sort; it came across as carnality as much as anything. Brother Ray's… more »