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Ray Charles

Ray Charles was the musician most responsible for developing soul music. Singers like Sam Cooke and Jackie Wilson also did a great deal to pioneer the form, but Charles did even more to devise a new form of black pop by merging '50s R&B with gospel-powered vocals, adding plenty of flavor from contemporary jazz, blues, and (in the '60s) country. Then there was his singing; his style was among the most emotional and easily identifiable of any 20th century performer, up there with the likes of Elvis and Billie Holiday. He was also a superb keyboard player, arranger, and bandleader. The brilliance of his 1950s and '60s work, however, can't obscure the fact that he made few classic tracks after the mid-'60s, though he recorded often and performed until the year before his death.

Blind since the age of six (from glaucoma), Charles studied composition and learned many instruments at the St. Augustine School for the Deaf and the Blind. His parents had died by his early teens, and he worked as a musician in Florida for a while before using his savings to move to Seattle in 1947. By the late '40s, he was recording in a smooth pop/R&B style derivative of Nat "King" Cole and Charles Brown. He got his first Top Ten R&B hit with "Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand" in 1951. Charles' first recordings came in for their fair share of criticism, as they were much milder and less original than the classics that would follow, although they're actually fairly enjoyable, showing strong hints of the skills that were to flower in a few years.

In the early '50s, Charles' sound started to toughen as he toured with Lowell Fulson, went to New Orleans to work with Guitar Slim (playing piano on and arranging Slim's huge R&B hit, "The Things That I Used to Do"), and got a band together for R&B star Ruth Brown. It was at Atlantic Records that Ray Charles truly found his voice, consolidating the gains of recent years and then some with "I Got a Woman," a number-two R&B hit in 1955. This is the song most frequently singled out as his pivotal performance, on which Charles first truly let go with his unmistakable gospel-ish moan, backed by a tight, bouncy horn-driven arrangement.

Throughout the '50s, Charles ran off a series of R&B hits that, although they weren't called "soul" at the time, did a lot to pave the way for soul by presenting a form of R&B that was sophisticated without sacrificing any emotional grit. "This Little Girl of Mine," "Drown in My Own Tears," "Hallelujah I Love Her So," "Lonely Avenue," and "The Right Time" were all big hits. But Charles didn't really capture the pop audience until "What'd I Say," which caught the fervor of the church with its pleading vocals, as well as the spirit of rock & roll with its classic electric piano line. It was his first Top Ten pop hit, and one of his final Atlantic singles, as he left the label at the end of the '50s for ABC.

One of the chief attractions of the ABC deal for Charles was a much greater degree of artistic control of his recordings. He put it to good use on early-'60s hits like "Unchain My Heart" and "Hit the Road Jack," which solidified his pop stardom with only a modicum of polish attached to the R&B he had perfected at Atlantic. In 1962, he surprised the pop world by turning his attention to country & western music, topping the charts with the "I Can't Stop Loving You" single, and making a hugely popular album (in an era in which R&B/soul LPs rarely scored high on the charts) with Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music. Perhaps it shouldn't have been so surprising; Charles had always been eclectic, recording quite a bit of straight jazz at Atlantic, with noted jazz musicians like David "Fathead" Newman and Milt Jackson.

Charles remained extremely popular through the mid-'60s, scoring big hits like "Busted," "You Are My Sunshine," "Take These Chains From My Heart," and "Crying Time," although his momentum was slowed by a 1965 bust for heroin. This led to a year-long absence from performing, but he picked up where he left off with "Let's Go Get Stoned" in 1966. Yet by this time Charles was focusing increasingly less on rock and soul, in favor of pop tunes, often with string arrangements, that seemed aimed more at the easy listening audience than anyone else. Charles' influence on the rock mainstream was as apparent as ever; Joe Cocker and Steve Winwood in particular owe a great deal of their style to him, and echoes of his phrasing can be heard more subtly in the work of greats like Van Morrison.

One approaches sweeping criticism of Charles with hesitation; he was an American institution, after all, and his vocal powers barely diminished over his half-century career. The fact remains, though, that his work after the late '60s on record was very disappointing. Millions of listeners yearned for a return to the all-out soul of his 1955-1965 classics, but Charles had actually never been committed to soul above all else. Like Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley, his focus was more upon all-around pop than many realize; his love of jazz, country, and pop standards was evident, even if his more earthy offerings were the ones that truly broke ground and will stand the test of time. He dented the charts (sometimes the country ones) occasionally, and commanded devoted international concert audiences whenever he felt like it. For good or ill, he ensured his imprint upon the American mass consciousness in the 1990s by singing several ads for Diet Pepsi. He also recorded three albums during the '90s for Warner Bros., but remained most popular as a concert draw. In 2002, he released Thanks for Bringing Love Around Again on his own Crossover imprint, and the following year began recording an album of duets featuring B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Michael McDonald, and James Taylor. After hip replacement surgery in 2003, he scheduled a tour for the following summer, but was forced to cancel an appearance in March 2004. Three months later, on June 10, 2004, Ray Charles succumbed to liver disease at his home in Beverly Hills, CA. The duets album, Genius Loves Company, was released two months after his death. The biopic Ray hit screens in the fall of 2010 and was a critical and commercial success, with the actor who portrayed Charles in the move, Jamie Foxx, winning the 2005 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role. Two more posthumous albums, Genius & Friends and Ray Sings, Basie Swings, appeared in 2005 and 2006 respectively. Charles' recordings began reappearing in various facsimile editions, reissues, re-masters, and box sets as his entire recorded legacy received the attention that befits a legendary American artist. ~ Richie Unterberger & Steve Leggett
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Ray Charles Forever

Disc 1

1. A Song For You

2. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town

3. Ring Of Fire

4. Come Rain Or Come Shine

5. They Can't Take That Away From Me

6. Till There Was You

7. Isn't It Wonderful

8. None Of Us Are Free

9. Imagine

10. If I Could

11. So Help Me God

Disc 2
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Track List: Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles

Disc 1

2. Who You Gonna Love

3. Sticks And Stones

4. Worried Life Blues

5. Georgia On My Mind

6. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny

11. Hit The Road, Jack

13. Unchain My Heart

17. At The Club

18. Hide Nor Hair

19. I Can't Stop Loving You

20. Born To Lose

21. You Don't Know Me

22. Careless Love

Disc 2

1. Your Cheatin' Heart

2. You Are My Sunshine

3. Don't Set Me Free

4. The Brightest Smile In Town

5. Take These Chains From My Heart

7. Without Love (There Is Nothing)

8. No One

9. Busted

14. My Heart Cries For You

Disc 3

11. Crying Time

15. Let's Go Get Stoned

Disc 4

5. Yesterday

9. Eleanor Rigby

Disc 5

18. Ring Of Fire

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Track List: I Chose To Sing The Blues

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Track List: Ray - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

1. Mess Around

2. I've Got A Woman

4. Drown in My Own Tears

5. (Night Time Is) The Right Time

6. Mary Ann

7. Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I)

9. Georgia on My Mind

10. Hit the Road Jack

11. Unchain My Heart

13. Born to Lose

17. Georgia on My Mind (Live)

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Track List: American Soul

1. I Can't Stop Loving You

2. Over The Rainbow

3. You Don't Know Me

4. Georgia On My Mind

6. Cryin' Time

7. Busted

10. Unchain My Heart

11. Your Cheatin' Heart

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Track List: Ray Charles: The Jazz Biography

1. baby Won't You Please Come Home

2. The Sun Is Gonna Shine Again

3. Ain't That Fine

4. Roll With Me Baby

5. Blues Before Sunrise

6. Some Day

9. I've Had My Fun

11. The Snow Is Falling

12. Hey Now

13. The Midnight Hour

14. Late In The Evening Blues

15. Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand

16. Honey, Honey

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Track List: Georgia On My Mind / Rockin' Chair Blues

Disc 1

1. What'd I Say

2. Blues Is My Middle Name

3. Late In The Evening Blues

6. I'm Movin' On

7. Kiss Me Baby

8. Georgia On My Mind (Live)

Disc 2

1. Kiss-A-Me-Baby

2. If I Give You My Love

3. Someday

4. Alone In The City

5. Don't Put All Your Dreams In One Basket

6. Lonely Boy

8. Sentimental Blues

9. Rockin' Chair Blues

10. Ain't That Fine

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Track List: Ray's Blues

1. A Sentimental Blues

2. Hey Now

3. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

5. C.C. Rider

7. This Love Of Mine

9. If I Give You My Love

10. Ray's Blues

11. Now She's Gone

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Track List: Here We Go Again

1. I Can't Stop Loving You

2. Over The Rainbow

3. You Don't Know Me

4. Georgia On My Mind

5. What'd I Say

6. Cryin' Time

7. Busted

10. Unchain My Heart

11. Your Cheatin' Heart

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Track List: The Very Best Of Ray Charles (Vol. 2)

1. It Should've Been Me

2. Greenbacks

3. Lonely Avenue

4. This Little Girl Of Mine

5. Come Back Baby

6. Hide 'Nor Hair

7. Born To Lose

8. You Don't Know Me

9. Take These Chains From My Heart

10. Crying Time

11. Don't Set Me Free

14. Yesterday

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Track List: Golden Legends

1. What'd I Say

2. Leave My Woman Alone

4. This Love Of Mine

5. A Sentimental Blues

6. Kiss Me Baby

7. Heartbreaker

8. I Got A Woman

9. Georgia On My Mind

10. Sittin' On Top Of The World

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Track List: Ultimate Hits Collection

Disc 1

1. Mess Around

2. I've Got A Woman

3. A Fool for You

4. Greenbacks

5. Drown In My Own Tears

6. Hallelujah I Love Her So

7. Lonely Avenue

8. Ain't That Love

9. (Night Time Is) The Right Time

13. Sticks And Stones

14. Georgia On My Mind

16. One Mint Julep

Disc 2

1. Hit The Road Jack

2. Unchain My Heart

4. Hide 'Nor Hair

5. At The Club

6. I Can't Stop Loving You

7. You Don't Know Me

9. Don't Set Me Free

10. Take These Chains From My Heart

11. No One

12. Busted

13. Crying Time

15. Let's Go Get Stoned

16. Yesterday

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Track List: Ray Charles: Love Songs

1. I Can't Stop Loving You

2. Come Rain Or Come Shine

5. Georgia On My Mind

6. You Are My Sunshine

9. Someday

12. Till There Was You

13. What Would I Do Without You

14. I Love You So Much It Hurts

16. A Song For You

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Track List: Standards

1. It Had To Be You

2. Am I Blue

3. Come Rain Or Come Shine

4. Georgia On My Mind

5. Moonlight In Vermont

11. Without Love (There Is Nothing)

17. Oh, What A Beautiful Morning

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Track List: Complete Swing Time & Down Beat Recordings 1949-1952

Disc 1

2. Confession Blues

4. Can Anyone Ask For More

5. Let's Have A Ball

6. Rocking Chair Blues

7. If I Give You My Love

9. This Love Of Mine

10. How Long Blues

11. Blues Before Sunrise

12. A Sentimental Blues

14. Ain't That Fine

15. Don't Put All Your Dreams In One Basket

16. Sitting On Top Of The World

17. I've Had My Fun

19. What Have I Done

20. Honey, Honey

21. She's On The Ball

Disc 2

1. Someday

2. I'll Do Anything But Work

3. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

5. Lonely Boy

6. baby Let Me Hold Your Hand

8. Baby Won't You Please Come Home

9. Kissa Me Baby

10. Hey Now

11. The Snow Is Falling

14. Why Did You Go

16. Walkin' And Talkin'

17. Guitar Blues

20. I'll Do Anything But Work

21. Someday

22. Late In The Evening Blues

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Track List: The Birth Of Soul

Disc 1

1. The Sun's Gonna Shine Again

2. Roll With My Baby

3. The Midnight Hour

4. Jumpin' In The Morning

5. It Should Have Been Me

6. Losing Hand

7. Heartbreaker

8. Sinner's Prayer

9. Mess Around

10. Funny, But I Still Love You

11. Feelin' Sad

12. I Wonder Who

13. Don't You Know

14. Nobody Cares

15. Ray's Blues

16. Mr. Charles Blues

17. Blackjack

Disc 2

1. I Got A Woman

2. Greenbacks

3. Come Back Baby

4. A Fool For You

5. This Little Girl Of Mine

7. A Bit Of Soul

8. Mary Ann

9. Drown In My Own Tears

10. Hallelujah I Love Her So

11. What Would I Do Without You

12. Lonely Avenue

13. I Want To Know

14. Leave My Woman Alone

15. It's Alright

16. Ain't That Love

17. Get On The Right Track

Disc 3

1. Swanee River Rock

2. That's Enough

3. Talkin' About You

4. What Kind Of Man Are You

5. I Want A Little Girl

6. Yes, Indeed

7. I Had A Dream

8. You Be My Baby

9. Tell All The World About You

10. My Bonnie

11. Early In The Morning

12. (Night Time Is) The Right Time

13. Carryin' The Load

14. Tell Me, How Do You Feel

15. What'd I Say (Parts 1 & 2)

16. Tell The Truth

17. I'm Movin' On

18. I Believe To My Soul

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Track List: Ray Charles Anthology

1. Hit The Road Jack

3. Let's Go Get Stoned

5. Hallelujah I Love Her So

6. One Mint Julep

8. Unchain My Heart

9. Don't Set Me Free

10. I Can't Stop Loving You

11. Busted

12. Crying Time

17. Eleanor Rigby

18. You Are My Sunshine

19. Born To Lose

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Track List: Ray Charles Live

1. Hot Rod (Live)

2. Blues Waltz (Live)

3. In A Little Spanish Town (Live)

4. Sherry (Live)

5. (Night Time Is) The Right Time (Live at Newport)

6. A Fool For You (Live)

7. I Got A Woman (Live)

8. Talkin' 'Bout You (Live)

9. Swanee River Rock (Live)

10. Yes Indeed! (Live)

11. (Night Time Is) The Right Time (Live at Herndon)

12. Frenesi (Live)

13. The Spirit-Feel (Live)

14. Tell The Truth (Live)

15. Drown In My Own Tears (Live)

16. What'd I Say (Live)

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Track List: Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music

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Track List: The Genius Hits The Road

2. Georgia On My Mind

3. Basin Street Blues

5. Moonlight In Vermont

9. Deep In The Heart Of Texas

10. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny

12. Chattanooga Choo-Choo

14. Hit The Road Jack

16. Rainy Night In Georgia

17. I'm Movin' On

18. Swanee River Rock (Talkin' 'Bout That River)

19. Lonely Avenue

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Track List: The Genius Of

1. Let The Good Times Roll

2. It Had To Be You

3. Alexander's Ragtime Band

4. Two Years Of Torture

5. When Your Lover Has Gone

6. Deed I Do

7. Just For A Thrill

8. You Won't Let Me Go

11. Am I Blue

12. Come Rain Or Come Shine

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Track List: The Best Of Ray Charles

3. Sweet Sixteen Bars

4. Doodlin'

5. How Long Blues

6. Blues Waltz

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Track List: The Chronological 1950 -1952

2. Late In The Evening Blues

3. Someday

4. I'll Do Anything But Work

5. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

7. Lonely Boy

8. Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand

10. Baby Won't You Please Come Home

11. Hey Now

12. Kiss Me Baby

13. The Snow Is Falling

16. Walkin' And Talkin'

17. I'm Wonderin' And Wonderin'

19. Guitar Blues

20. The Sun's Gonna Shine Again

21. Roll With Me Baby

22. The Midnight Hour

23. Jumpin' In The Morning

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Track List: The Very Best Of Ray Charles

1. I've Got A Woman

2. A Fool For You

3. Drown In My Own Tears

4. Hallelujah I Love Her So

5. (Night Time Is) The Right Time

7. Sticks And Stones

9. One Mint Julep

10. Hit The Road Jack

11. UnChain My Heart

12. I Can't Stop Loving You

13. You Are My Sunshine

14. Busted

15. Let's Go Get Stoned

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I like ray
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arrowdave6
I used to play cards with Ray. He was not very good. He couldn't tell a straight from a flush no matter how many times you explained it to him.
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CLASSIC RAY CHARLES WITH GEORGIA. TEXAS ROCKS CLASSICS AND OLDIES
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Hit the road jack
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I love this song. Thank Ray for you music. Denis Castillo from Nicaragua
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Sticks and stones is my fav song from him!
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Ruby was my favorite song.
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Mmmmmm...GRE A T !
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I've heard of Ray Charles and he died a few months before I was born
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barrykeeper7 1 4
What a memory to have. To actually have seen this legendary Godsend!!!!!
WOW! I could only dream to have such a wonderful memory!!! :-) LUCKY YOU
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Baby Ray. No one does it better
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barryleeper7 1 4
Saw Ray live once in Harrisburg, Pa. It was such an honor to see such a great and awesome talent! Ray was a real showman!
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dragonlady60 8 8
If u don't have the MOVIE Ray u need to watch it...JAMIE FOX WAS OUTSTANDING
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RAYYYYYYYYYY Y Y Y RIPXO
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I love ray Charles music
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An amazing talent..abso l u t e l y great!
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I love this song , just listen ..to the lyrics
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vandergroen6
genius of ray
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jaynlewis09
What movies have featured this song???????
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Ray Charles is a great pianist
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i liked the about father and son
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pandora i love your music
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i liked that song
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I ask was there a more influential musician ever
Not for my money I was born in 64, far too late
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Mmmmmm...GOO D !
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See the girl with the diamond rings - she knows how to shake that thing!
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Great!
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My favorite is( You don't know me
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Awesome. ❤️
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Seen his incredible performances 3 times over the years, truly great!
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I who?
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I know a woman's place I'm way over town that's good to him...
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Thank.Ray for your music
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I love his music
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I love it when a plan comes together....
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What I'd Say wooooop❤
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Good sing Ray Charles on Blues Radio yo
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DietPepsi UA yeah
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Love him, also Sam Cook
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I am no authority. On Music,nor musicians.
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Can i share. How can all learn. Ray Charles.
Knew more than what was credited of him ?
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Fun fact Ray was not always blind he looked at the sun after his brother died so he was not born blind
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Rip Ray Charles u so amazing love u always king of blues
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Amazing voice and skills ����
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Best hits of all time
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RAY..
TY FOR YOUR MUSIC..GREW UP WITH U...
RIP SIR
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omg myerspercuss i o n . . . w h a t a question! He was a great writer, too!
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Ever wonder how popular he would have been if he'd not been blind? Does anyone think that helped? Or hurt?
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I had no idea how many hits Ray Charles had until the movie came out. And, wow - I probably would have overlooked him had it not been for the movie.
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Hands down one of my very favorite artist. I saw him in concert back in the 90's, and was moved to tears. Waited by his bus, and shook his hand. I love Mr Charles!!!
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I love all your songs Mr Ray Charles Robinson
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