This is a discography of American musician Ray Charles. Hundreds of Ray Charles compilations and "Greatest Hits" albums have been released and continue to be produced and released by various labels around the world. Some of the more notable compilations include: 1958: Ray Charles (Coronet). 1959: The Original Ray Charles (Hollywood). 1959: The Fabulous Ray Charles (Hollywood). 1961: Do the Twist! with Ray Charles (Atlantic). 1962: The Ray Charles Story, Volume One (Atlantic).
Ray Charles is the first release on LP by American pianist, vocalist, and band leader Ray Charles. Originally released in 1957 on Atlantic Records, it was re-released as Hallelujah I Love Her So in 1962. Many of the tracks had been hit singles for Ray Charles in the preceding years, notably "Mess Around" in 1953, "A Fool for You" and "I Got A Woman" in 1955, "Drown In My Own Tears" and "Hallelujah I Love Her So" in 1956. All songs written by Ray Charles except as indicated.
Written-By – Buck Owens. Written-By – Freddie Lee Kober, J. B. Daniels, Roy Gaines. Crying Time (LP, Album). ABC-Paramount, Tangerine Records.
Ray Charles Crying Time LP Strong VG Vinyl Let's Go Get Stoned No Use 60's Soul. ALBUM - Visual inspection shows average scratching and surface wear on both sides. Ray Charles Crying Time, When My Dreamboat Comes Home 45 ABC Vinyl Record.
Album: Crying Time (1966). Charted: 50 6. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Ted from Phoenix, AzWhile "Crying Time," was Ray Charles' last top 10 . single, it was definitely not his last top 40. The 6 . top 40 songs that would hit the charts after this one would be "Let's Go Get Stoned," (31, 1966); "Yesterday," (25, 1967); "Here We Go Again," (15, 1967); "In the Heat of the Night," (33, 1967); "Eleanor Rigby," (15, 1968); and "Don't Change on Me," (36, 1971)
Crying Time is a studio album by Ray Charles released in February 1966 as the first release on his label Tangerine, which was distributed by ABC Paramount.
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Composed by Buck Owens. Singer/songwriter Buck Owens recorded his own "Crying Time" with no chart success. Produced by Sid Feller and background vocals by the Jack Halloran Singers, "Crying Time" went to number five R&B, number six pop, and number one adult contemporary for three weeks in early 1966. It earned Charles Grammys for Best Rhythm and Blues Recording and Best Rhythm and Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Male and Female
Artist: Barbra Streisand. Album: Butterfly, 1974. Has been played on. Croatia 18.
|A2||No Use Crying|
|A3||Let's Go Get Stoned|
|A4||Goin' Down Slow|
|A5||Peace Of Mind|
|A6||Tears Have To Fall|
|B2||We Don't See Eye To Eye|
|B3||You're In For A Big Surprise|
|B4||You're Just About To Lose Your Clown|
|B5||Don't You Think I Ought To Know|
|B6||You've Got A Problem|
- Recorded By – ABC-Paramount Records, Inc.
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
NotesRay Charles Featuring The Raelets
Produced by Tangerine Record Corporation.
Recorded by ABC-Paramount Records Inc. U.S.A.
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- Matrix / Runout (A Side): ABCS 544 A-1G
- Matrix / Runout (B Side): ABCS 544 B-1G
|ABCS 544||Ray Charles||Crying Time (LP, Album)||ABC-Paramount, Tangerine Records||ABCS 544||US||1966|
|T-90625||Ray Charles||Crying Time (LP, Album, Club)||ABC-Paramount, Tangerine Records||T-90625||US||1966|
|CLP 3533, CLP. 3533||Ray Charles||Crying Time (LP, Album, Mono)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||CLP 3533, CLP. 3533||UK||1966|
|PAP S-524||Ray Charles||Crying Time (LP, Album)||Artone||PAP S-524||Netherlands||Unknown|
|ABC 544||Ray Charles||Crying Time (LP, Album, Mono)||ABC-Paramount, Tangerine Records, Vega||ABC 544||France||1966|