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Ray Charles - Ultimate Hits Collection
Date de sortie : 1999
Genre: JAZZ / SOUL
Ultimate Hits Collection CD DISC 1:
1. Mess Around
2. I've Got a Woman
3. Fool For You, A
5. Drown in My Own Tears
6. Hallelujah I Love Her So
7. Lonely Avenue
8. Ain't That Love
9. Right Time, (Night Time Is) The
10. What'd I Say Parts 1 and 2
11. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'
12. Them That Got
13. Sticks and Stones
14. Georgia on My Mind
16. One Mint Julep
17. I've Got News For You
Ultimate Hits Collection Songs DISC 2:
1. Hit the Road Jack
2. Unchain My Heart
3. But on the Other Hand Baby
4. Hide 'Nor Hair
5. At the Club
6. I Can't Stop Loving You
7. You Don't Know Me
8. You Are My Sunshine
9. Don't Set Me Free
10. Take These Chains From My Heart
11. No One
13. Crying Time
14. Together Again
15. Let's Go Get Stoned
17. America the Beautiful
18. Seven Spanish Angels - (with Willie Nelson)
19. I'll Be Good to You - (featuring Quincy Jones/Chaka Khan)
Recorded between 1953 & 1989. Includes liner notes by David Ritz.
This "ultimate" collection conveniently merges the two major phases of Ray Charles' career. It moves from the R&B Atlantic years in which Charles single-handedly invented ... Full Descriptionthe concept of "soul" to the broader pop triumphs at ABC-Paramount, including his definitive 1960 version of "Georgia On My Mind" and the landmark album MODERN SOUNDS IN COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC.
Charles was hardly the first R&B singer to incorporate gospel technique into his style. Rather he was one of the first pop singers to do so. Charles always had bigger fish to fry than just carving out an innovative niche in rhythm & blues, one reason he left Atlantic in the first place. The scope of his eventual achievement is well documented over the span of these two discs, including his ultimate "crossover" single, 1972 's "America The Beautiful." For the most part though, the collection wisely sticks to the superior tracks of the '50s and '60s.
Compilation producers: James Austin, Billy Vera, Michael Johnson.
Personnel: Ray Charles (vocals, acoustic & electric pianos); Willie Nelson, Chaka Khan, Margie Hendrix, Renald Richard (vocals); Wesley Jackson, McHouston Baker (guitar); David Newman (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones); Donald Wilkerson, Sam Taylor (tenor saxophone); Emmitt Dennis, Cecil Payne, Bennie Crawford, Dave McRae (baritone saxophone); Marcus Belgrave, Lee Harper, Joshua Willis, Joe Bridgewater, Charles Whitley, Riley Webb, John Hunt, Jessie Drakes (trumpet); Paul West, Roosevelt Sheffield, Jimmy Bell, Edgar Willis, Lloyd Trottman (bass); David Francis, William Peeples, Milt Turner, Glenn Brooks, Connie Kay (drums); Jerry Wexler (tambourine); James Ingram, The Raeletts, The Cookies (background vocals); Quincy Jones.
Producers include: Ahmet Ertegun, Herb Abramson, Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi Ertegun, Sid Feller.