As with other Atlantic albums of the period, its content was determined more by Charles' recent singles than by a real plan for the LP, but even within those limitations it's an amazingly subtle record
This is a discography of American musician Ray Charles. Hundreds of Ray Charles compilations and "Greatest Hits" albums have been released and continue to be produced and released by various labels around the world. Some of the more notable compilations include: 1958: Ray Charles (Coronet). 1959: The Original Ray Charles (Hollywood). 1959: The Fabulous Ray Charles (Hollywood). 1961: Do the Twist! with Ray Charles (Atlantic). 1962: The Ray Charles Story, Volume One (Atlantic).
Ray Charles is the first release on LP by American pianist, vocalist, and band leader Ray Charles. Originally released in 1957 on Atlantic Records, it was re-released as Hallelujah I Love Her So in 1962. Many of the tracks had been hit singles for Ray Charles in the preceding years, notably "Mess Around" in 1953, "A Fool for You" and "I Got A Woman" in 1955, "Drown In My Own Tears" and "Hallelujah I Love Her So" in 1956. All songs written by Ray Charles except as indicated.
Ray Charles: все альбомы, включая Greatest Hits of Ray Charles, Vol. 1, Greatest Hits of Ray Charles, Vol. 2, Sentimental Kiss и другие. Greatest Hits of Ray Charles, Vol. 2. Ray Charles. Blues avant le lever du soleil. Dedicated To You. The Atlantic Studio Albums in Mono.
The Best Of Ray Charles: The Atlantic Years. By the time Ray Charles left Atlantic Records in 1959, he'd evolved from an adept follower of Nat Cole and Charles Brown to a leader who'd transformed American music The Atlantic Years chronicles his leap from cocktail blues to the edgy, gospel-tinged music that became known as soul. Anyone who doesn't understand why he's called the Genius should hear this.
Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004) was an American musician known as Ray Charles (to avoid confusion with champion boxer Sugar Ray Robinson. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Ray Charles Album.
Ray Charles was a legendary musician often called the Genius, who pioneered the genre of soul music during the 1950s. Born Ray Charles Robinson on September 23, 1930, in Albany, Georgia, he was raised in Greenville, Florida, and started playing the piano before he was five. At age six, he contracted glaucoma that eventually left him blind. He studied composition (writing music in Braille) and learned to play the alto saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, and organ while attending the St. Augustine School for the Deaf and the Blind from 1937 to 1945.
ALBUM, TITLE: Дискография. Release year, date: 1957 - 2004. 1959 The Genius of Ray Charles 1960 Genius + Soul Jazz 1961 Rock + Soul Genius 1961 The Genius Sings the Blues 1964 Ray Charles in LA 1969 I’m All Yours-Baby! 1972 A Message from the People 1975 Renaissance 1982 Soul brother soul meeting 1987 His greatest hits 1987 The great Ray Charles 1988 Modern songs in country 1989 Porgy and Bess 1991 The brith of soul 1993 Back Home 1994 Blues & Jazz 1996 Strong Love Affair 1996 The complete swing affair 1997 Genius & soul 1999 Ultimate Hits collection 2002 Late in Evening 2002.
Singer and pianist Ray Charles' period with Atlantic Records, from 1953 to 1960, which is the subject of Warner/Rhino's Original Album Series, was the most exciting in Charles' long and well documented career. Preceding the country music years which began on ABC in the early 1960s, the Atlantic era found Charles recording albums rather than singles; establishing his own touring and recording band, and vocal group the Raelettes; and developing his unique blend of jazz, blues and gospel until, around 1958, it reached a level resembling a force of nature