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  • 3 of 3 copies available at Berklee College of Music.

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Stan Getz Library CD 6083-6085 Disc 1 37684000294353 Annex Copy hold / Volume hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 6083-6085 Disc 2 37684001056425 Annex Copy hold / Volume hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 6083-6085 Disc 3 37684000294338 Annex Copy hold / Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 3 sound discs : digital, mono., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: New York : Atlantic, p1991.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Atlantic: 82310-2 (on box: 7 82310-2).
Blues, rhythm and blues, and soul music.
At head of title on box: The complete Atlantic rhythm & blues recordings, 1952-1959.
"All tracks were recorded in mono, except disc three, tracks 6-18, which were recorded in stereo"--Booklet.
Compact discs; 3 containers, in box.
Durations given on inserts; booklet (32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) with discographical information and essay by Robert Palmer included.
Formatted Contents Note:
1. 1952-1954. The sun's gonna shine again ; Roll with my baby ; The midnight hour ; Jumpin' in the morning ; It should have been me ; Losing hand ; Heartbreaker ; Sinner's prayer ; Mess around ; Funny but I still love you ; Feelin' sad ; I wonder who ; Don't you know ; Nobody cares ; Ray's blues ; Mr. Charles blues ; Blackjack -- 2. 1954-1957. I got a woman ; Greenbacks ; Come back baby ; A fool for you ; This little girl of mine ; Hard times ; A bit of soul ; Mary Ann ; Drown in my own tears ; Hallelujah I love her so ; What would I do without you ; Lonely Avenue ; I want to know ; Leave my woman alone ; It's alright ; Ain't that love ; Get on the right track ; Rockhouse parts 1 & 2 -- 3. 1957-1959. Swanee River rock ; That's enough ; Talkin' about you ; What kind of man are you ; I want a little girl ; Yes indeed ; I had a dream ; You be my baby ; Tell all the world about you ; My Bonnie ; Early in the morning ; The right time ; Carryin' the load ; Tell me how do you feel ; What'd I say, parts 1 & 2 ; Tell the truth ; I'm movin' on ; I believe to my soul.
Participant or Performer Note:
Ray Charles, piano and vocals ; with instrumental and vocal acc.
Subject: Soul music
Rhythm and blues music
Blues (Music) > 1951-1960
Mary Ann / Ray Charles.
Blackjack / Ray Charles.
Hard times / Ray Charles.
Heartbreaker / --- Nugetre.
The sun's gonna shine again.
Roll with my baby / R. Charles.
The midnight hour.
Jumpin' in the morning.
It should have been me / Norman Whitfield and William Stevenson.
Losing hand / Charles E. Calhoun.
Sinner's prayer / Lloyd C. Glenn and Lowell Fulson.
Mess around / Ahmet Ertegun.
Funny but I still love you / Ray Charles.
Feelin' sad.
I wonder who.
Don't you know / Ray Charles.
Nobody cares.
Ray's blues / Dave Grusin.
Mr. Charles blues.
Greenbacks / Renald Richard.
I got a woman / Ray Charles.
Come back baby / Ray Charles.
A fool for you / Ray Charles.
This little girl of mine / Ray Charles.
A bit of soul / Ray Charles.
Drown in my own tears / Henry Glover.
Hallelujah I love her so / Ray Charles.
What would I do without you / Ray Charles.
Lonely avenue / Doc Pomus.
I want to know / Ray Charles.
Leave my woman alone / Ray Charles.
It's alright / Ray Charles.
Ain't that love / Ray Charles.
Get on the right track.
Rockhouse parts 1 & 2 / Ray Charles.
Swanee river rock / Traditional, arr. by Ray Charles.
That's enough / Ray Charles.
Talkin' about you / Chuck Berry.
What kind of man are you / Ray Charles.
I want a little girl / Billy Moll, Murray Mencher.
Yes indeed! / Sy Oliver.
I had a dream / Ray Charles and Ricci Harper.
You be my baby.
Tell all the world about you.
My Bonnie lies over the ocean / Traditional.
The right time / Lew Herman.
Early in the mornin' / Leo Hickman, Louis Jordan, Dallas Bartley.
Carryin' the load.
Tell me how do you feel / Percy Mayfield and Ray Charles.
What'd I say / Ray Charles.
Tell the truth / Lowman Pauling.
I'm movin' on / Hank Snow.
I believe to my soul / Ray Charles.

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