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  1. vinyl LP repressing. If not for a Midwestern dance gig that ran late, the world might have been forever deprived of Ray Charles' immortal "What'd I Say." Stuck for material at the end of a long evening, the incomparable Brother Ray began to improvise and before the show was through, the genius had brainstormed one of his biggest sellers of all right there on the bandstand.
  2. A wonderful chapter in the career of Ray Charles – and a key album in helping raise his respect level a notch or two in the early 60s! We might argue with the mathematics in the title – or at least joke that Ray was using equations as titles years before Anthony Braxton – but you LP, Vinyl record album.
  3. Jul 24,  · Ray Charles "Tell Me How Do You Feel" From the album "Ray Charles - The Birth Of Soul - " Vol. 3.
  4. Overview. Ray Charles first appeared on a Billboard chart in , when — as part of the Maxin Trio with G.D. McKee and Milton Garred — he charted his first single with "Confession Blues." It reached No. 2 on the R&B chart, then called the Most-Played Juke Box Race Records. In , Charles signed with Atlantic Records and went on to top Billboard ' s pop, country, R&B, jazz, and dance charts.
  5. May 09,  · WHAT'D I SAY LP, "mono hit version", parts joined. Mono only release. Basically a tape copy of 45 hit mix with edit pieces. TWIST WITH RAY CHARLES LP, Long version mixed for this album from 8 track in ; mono only release. RAY CHARLES GREAT HITS ON 8 TRACK STEREO LP, Stereo long version mixed Stereo only release.
  6. Listen free to Ray Charles – What'd I Say (What'd I Say Parts I & Ii, Jumpin' in the Morning and more). 10 tracks (). What'd I Say is the fifth studio album by Ray Charles. It was recorded September 11, - February 18, in New York City and released in by Atlantic. Producer were Ahmet Ertegün and Jerry Wexler. What'd I Say peaked at #20 on the Billboard "Pop Albums.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What'd I Say on Discogs.
  8. Atlantic released a compilation of Ray Charles singles in September called What’d I Say (Atlantic ); it was the third such compilation after Ray Charles and Yes Indeed! (A fourth, The Genius Sings The Blues, would be released in September ) What’d I Say is, of course, named after one of Ray’s most famous songs, the irresistible and strange “What’d I Say” from June
  9. What'd I Say: A2: Jumpin' In The Mornin' A3: You Be My Baby: A4: Tell Me How Do You Feel: A5: What Kind Of Man Are You Vocals [Extra Vocals] – Mary Ann Fisher: B1: Rockhouse: B2: Roll With My Baby: B3: Tell All The World About You: B4: My Bonnie: B5: That's Enough/5(48).

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