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Country & Western - The World of Ray Charles

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Ray Charles  I Can't Stop Loving You   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  You Don't Know Me   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  You Are My Sunshine   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Take These Chains from My Heart   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Crying Time   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Seven Spanish Angels   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Busted   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Here We Go Again   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  We Didn't See A Thing   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Two Old Cats Like Us   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Ring of Fire   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Little Hotel Room   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Crazy Old Soldier   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Together Again   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Blue Moon of Kentucky (Swingova)   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  I've Got a Tiger By the Tail (Swingova)   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Don't Let Her Know   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Don’t Change On Me   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  Sweet Memories   buy on itunes
Ray Charles  I'm Movin' On (Stereo Version)   buy on itunes

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When Willie Nelson speaks, we listen, and he said, "With his recording of 'I Can't Stop Loving You,' Ray Charles did more for country music than any other artist." Consider this: Not only was [i]Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music[/i] the only #1 album Ray released during his lifetime; it was also the first country album of the modern era [i]ever[/i] to top the Pop chart. Charles busts down the wall separating Nashville from New York City in the countrypolitan lushness of "I Can't Stop Loving You," winning a GRAMMY® — for R&B, no less — in the process. Ray drains a bittersweet brew of regret and relief to its dregs, following it with a soul chaser, in "You Don't Know Me." And, finally, he teams up with fellow legend (and fan) Willie Nelson for an epic badlands mini-drama, "Seven Spanish Angels." But there's more: from the freight-train ferociousness of "Blue Moon of Kentucky" to the blue-flame fervor of "Ring of Fire," Ray Charles made country music like no one else ever had . . . or ever will.
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