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Album Ray Charles And His Orchestra - What I'd Say


Ray Charles And His Orchestra


What I'd Say



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1292 mb

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2583 mb






Rhythm & Blues



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Album Ray Charles And His Orchestra - What I'd Say


1What I'd Say Pt. 2
2What I'd Say Pt. 1


  • Matrix / Runout: Runout A side: 45-x100-1 AT
  • Matrix / Runout: Runout B side: 45-x200-1 AT


What'd I Say EP - Ray Charles And His Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. What'd I Say or What I Say is an American rhythm and blues song by Ray Charles, released in 1959. As a single divided into two parts, it was one of the first soul songs. The composition was improvised one evening late in 1958 when Charles, his orchestra, and backup singers had played their entire set list at a show and still had time left the response from many audiences was so enthusiastic that Charles announced to his producer that he was going to record it. You're listening to the official audio for Ray Charles' classic hit 'What'd I Say'. Ray Charles: The Atlantic Years in Mono-a stunning 7LP boxed 'd I Say Mono Version. Ray Charles and His Orchestra. 72 listeners. Play album. Bittersweet Batch. Jesse Dee. Jools Holland And Jamiroquai With The Rhythm And Blues Orchestra. 1,514 listeners. Baby Face Willette. 10,210 listeners. 12,189 listeners. Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala, Milano. What'd I Say. Ray Charles And His Orchestra. What'd I Say Mono Version. Writer: Brown - Cadena - Herman - Hendricks, Composers: Brown - Cadena - Herman - Hendricks, Other contributors: D. You Be My Baby. Writer: Pomus - Shuman - Charles, Composers: Pomus - Shuman - Charles, Other contributors: D. My Bonnie. Writer: Ray Charles, Composers: Ray Charles, Other contributors: D. Tell Me How Do You Feel. Flashback: Ray Charles Strikes Accidental Gold With Whatd I Say. A simple tune the singer wrote on the fly during a 1958 show went on to become one of his signature songs. One night in December 1958, Ray Charles and his band were scheduled to play a four-hour set at a Pittsburgh dance hall. At the time, this was a regular gig for the singer-pianist, a promising Atlantic-signed artist who had broken through with his 1954 single I Got a Woman. Charles was slated to perform from 9 to 11:30 p. then take a 30-minute break and resume from 12 to 1 in the morning. But by around 12:45 a. on this specific night, Charles and his band had exhausted their entire catalogue. More albums from Ray Charles and His Orchestra. What'd I Say Original 1959 Remasterd. Complete Singles a'S & B's 1949-1955. Пластинка What d I Say 1959-го года титульную вещь из которой перепевали и Элвис, и, на раннем этапе своего пути, The Beatles наверное, самое рок-н-ролльное произведение Рэя Чарльза. Он не был. What'd I Say Part II. バージョン 46. What'd I Say 7. London Records, London American Recordings, London Atlantic. HLE 8917

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