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Moanin’ the Blues

sun 24 dec 2006 16:00 

Ray Charles did not want to be called a blues singer. Blues, sure, but also jazz, country, pop – in short, a jack of all trades.
But in the 50s he still made unadulterated blues records for Atlantic, though he later switched to soul.

 
1.      Talking about you. 4.20
2.      A fool for you. 7.15
3.      Ray Charles. Roll with me baby. 2.40
4.      Jumping in the morning. 2.50
5.      Rockhouse. 3.55
6.      That’s enough. 2.45
7.      What kind of man are you. 2.55
8.      You be my baby. 2.35
9.      Tell all the world about you. 2.05
10.  Tell me how do you feel. 2.45
11.  What’d I say. 5.10
12.  The right time. 4.05
13.  I got a woman. 6.20
14.  Blues waltz. 6.30

 

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