Yes Indeed!! is the third album by Ray Charles, released in 1958 by Atlantic. It was the second of three Atlantic LPs that compiled Charles' hit singles for the label. Ray Charles, Yes Indeed!! is also the title of the book and DVD tribute published in memory of Charles by his manager Joe Adams, The Ray Charles Marketing Group and Genesis Publications in 2009. All songs written by Ray Charles except as indicated. Side One. "What Would I Do Without You?" – 2:32. It's All Right" – 2:14.
Complete your Ray Charles collection. From 1963 onwards, some releases of the album were rebranded "The Greatest Ray Charles. Tell Me How Do You Feel.
Do the Twist! with Ray Charles. Do the Twist! with Ray Charles is a 1961 Atlantic Records compilation album of previously released Ray Charles tracks. The album spent one year on the Billboard charts and peaked at In 1963, the album got a new cover and was renamed The Greatest Ray Charles. Track listing and catalog number (Atlantic 8054) remained the same.
A low-budget compilation of early Ray Charles material. 1.
With Ray Charles Q&A. More Ray Charles albums. Ray Sings, Basie Swings. Show all albums by Ray Charles.
Ray Charles: все альбомы, включая The Legend of Jazz, .. Dedicated To You, I Can't Stop Loving You, Born To Lose и другие. Rockin' With Ray. Ray Charles. Early in the Morning. Ray Charles In Person. Ray Charles, The Raylettes, Marjorie Hendricks. 2019 Remastered 2019. Sittin' On Top of the World. Soul Brothers Soul Meeting. Milt Jackson, Ray Charles.
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. "Do the Twist with Ray Charles! Album.
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.
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|A2||Leave My Woman Alone
Written-By – Charles*
|B1||Tell Me How Do You Feel
Written-By – Mayfield*, Charles*
|B2||You Be My Baby
Written-By – Pomus*, Shuman*, Charles*