Ray Charles – Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles (2011)

Ray Charles – Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles (2011)

  • Genre: Music, Jazz, Blues, Soul
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Artist: Ray Charles
Title Of Album: Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Concord Records
Genre: Blues, Jazz Blues, Soul
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 316:45 Min
Total Size: 753 Mb
Disc: 1
1. My Baby (I Love Her Yes I Do)
2. Who You Gonna Love
3. Sticks and Stones
4. Worried Life Blues
5. Georgia on My Mind
6. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
7. Them That Got
8. I Wonder
9. Ruby
10. Hard Hearted Hannah
11. Hit the Road, Jack
12. The Danger Zone
13. Unchain My Heart
14. But on the Other Hand, Baby
15. Baby, It’s Cold Outside
16. We’ll Be Together Again
17. At the Club
18. Hide Nor Hair
19. I Can’t Stop Loving You
20. Born to Lose
21. You Don’t Know Me
22. Careless Love
Disc: 2
1. Your Cheatin’ Heart
2. You Are My Sunshine
3. Don’t Set Me Free
4. The Brightest Smile in Town
5. Take These Chains from My Heart
6. No Letter Today
7. Without Love (There Is Nothing)
8. No One
9. Busted
10. Making Believe
11. That Lucky Old Sun
12. Ol’ Man Time
13. Baby, Don’t You Cry
14. My Heart Cries For You
15. My Baby Don’t Dig Me
16. Something’s Wrong
17. No One to Cry To
18. Smack Dab in the Middle
19. I Wake Up Cryin’
20. Makin’ Whoopee (vocal) (live)
21. Makin’ Whoopee (piano) (live)
Disc: 3
1. Teardrops from My Eyes
2. Cry
3. I’ve Got a Woman (Part 1) (live)
4. I’ve Got a Woman (Part 2) (live)
5. Without a Song (Part 1)
6. Without a Song (Part 2)
7. I’m a Fool to Care
8. Love’s Gonna Live Here
9. The Cincinnati Kid
10. That’s All I Am To You
11. Crying Time
12. When My Dreamboat Comes Home
13. Together Again
14. You’re Just About to Lose Your Clown
15. Let’s Go Get Stoned
16. The Train
17. I Chose to Sing the Blues
18. Hopelessly
19. I Don’t Need No Doctor
20. Please Say You’re Fooling
21. I Want to Talk About You
22. Something Inside Me
Disc: 4
1. Here We Go Again
2. Somebody Ought to Write a Book About It
3. In the Heat of the Night
4. Something’s Got to Change
5. Yesterday
6. Never Had Enough of Nothing Yet
7. That’s a Lie
8. Go on Home
9. Eleanor Rigby
10. Understanding
11. Sweet Young Thing Like You
12. Listen, They’re Playing My Song
13. If It Wasn’t for Bad Luck
14. When I Stop Dreaming
15. I’ll Be Your Servant
16. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was
17. Let Me Love You
18. I’m Satisfied
19. We Can Make It
20. I Can’t Stop Loving You, Baby
21. Claudie Mae
22. Someone to Watch Over Me
Disc: 5
1. Laughin’ and Clownin’
2. That Thing Called Love
3. Till I Can’t Take It Anymore
4. If You Were Mine
5. Don’t Change on Me
6. Sweet Memories
7. Feel So Bad
8. Your Love Is So Doggone Good
9. What Am I Living For
10. Tired of My Tears
11. Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma
12. America The Beautiful
13. Hey Mister
14. There’ll Be No Peace Without All Men As One
15. Every Saturday Night
16. Take Me Home, Country Roads
17. I Can Make It Thru The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights)
18. Ring of Fire
It’s easy, in retrospect, to map out Ray Charles' journey to musical icon status -- his one-of-a-kind talent became more evident each step of the way as he moved from Swing Time Records to Atlantic Records, and then on to ABC Records. Charles' first recording sessions from the late '40s and very early '50s featured an artist heavily influenced by Nat King Cole and Charles Brown and working in a pronounced pop direction. Charles recorded for several small West Coast labels during this time, but most notably for Jack Lauderdale's Swing Time Records. It wasn't until Lauderdale sold Charles' contract to Atlantic Records (for a mere $2,000) in 1952 that Charles began the legendary fusion of R&B and gospel that led to hits like "What'd I Say" and "I Got a Woman" that single-handedly created what became known as soul. Charles hit his stride at Atlantic, creating the signature synthesis of R&B, gospel, blues, country, and jazz that made him one of the most important and influential figures in pop music history. When ABC-Paramount offered him more creative freedom, ownership of his master recordings after five years, and his own label imprint, Tangerine Records (which Charles used to record some of his personal R&B favorites, including Percy Mayfield, Louis Jordan, and Little Jimmy Scott), Charles left Atlantic and signed with ABC in 1960, remaining with the label through 1972, by which time he was firmly established as an American treasure and icon, thanks to his enduring versions of songs like “Georgia on My Mind,” “Hit the Road Jack,” and “I Can’t Stop Loving You.” This expansive five-disc set collects the A- and B-sides of the 53 singles Charles released for ABC-Paramount between 1960 and 1972, along with select album tracks that were formatted for radio play at the time and a handful of live tracks from the period, to make a full survey of Ray Charles at his creative and commercial peak. He was always the Genius -- but these are the songs and performances that finally convinced America and the rest of the world.

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