Live in Concert is a live album by Ray Charles released in 1965 by ABC-Paramount Records. The recording was made at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California in September, 1964 following a tour of Japan. In 2011, the record was remastered and reissued on CD with new liner notes and previously unreleased tracks, extending the record to well over an hour's worth of music. LP side A: "Opening" – 0:35. Swing A Little Taste" (Julian Priester) – 3:35. I Got a Woman" (Charles, Richard) – 6:10.
Ray Charles Live is a double LP compilation album by Ray Charles, released by Atlantic Records in 1973. It consists of live concert recordings previously released on Ray Charles at Newport and Ray Charles in Person (recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958 and at Herndon Stadium in Atlanta in 1959, respectively). Later CD re-issues of this compilation include an additional, previously unreleased, track from the 1958 Newport concert, "Swanee River Rock. LP 1 (Newport concert) side one.
Ray Charles & Friends - Студийный альбом от Ray Charles. В альбом вошло 20 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:05:05. BB King "The Thrill is Gone" Live At Guitar Center's King of the Blues. 5. Count Basie & His Orchestra. Stormy Monday Blues.
King brings his unmistakable sound to this performance at the 1993 Montreux Jazz Festival, one of his nearly 20 appearances at the event. Filmed when King was well into his 60s, the show demonstrates that he only improves with age. The 16-tune set list includes "Since I Met You Baby," "When It All Comes Down," "Let the Good Times Roll" and "Why I Sing the Blues," concluding with his Grammy Award-winning hit "The Thrill Is Gone. The latest addition to Eagle Rock Entertainment's fantastic catalog of Blu-ray releases is . King: Live at Montreux, a terrific concert that was recorded in the summer of 1993. In front of an enthusiastic crowd, the legendary bluesman performed some of his greatest hits – "The Thrill Is Gone", "Why I Sing The Blues", "Since I Met You Baby", and "Please Accept My Love" amongst others. B. King's fantastic band opened up the show.
This classic 1964 recording by Ray Charles includes 12 vintage tracks performed to perfection. His voice is in great shape, and the recording by Wally Heider is a marvel for its day; all the instruments are placed nicely with Charles' voice out front where it belongs. Not to be confused with the 1973 re-release Ray Charles Live, which is comprised of 1958 and 1959 concerts, this album is called Live in Concert, and is Charles in Los Angeles after a Japanese tour in 1964. What I'd Say" and a nice version of "Margie" are here, along with a six-minute take on "I Gotta Woman. For the finale he has the Ray Charles Choir come out to help close the show with a marching-band version of "Pop Goes the Weasel.
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 conte. .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 . 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.
|1-1||–B.B. King||Intro - When Love Comes To Town||5:10|
|1-2||–B.B. King||Wake Up This Morning||8:10|
|1-3||–B.B. King||Please Send Me Someone To Love||4:10|
|1-4||–B.B. King||Since I Met You Baby||4:13|
|1-5||–B.B. King||Don't Be Untreated Baby||2:32|
|1-6||–B.B. King||Ain't Nobody Is Business If I Do||2:56|
|1-7||–B.B. King||Sweet Sixteen||8:40|
|1-8||–B.B. King||The Thrill Is Gone||4:42|
|1-9||–B.B. King||Crew For The Bis - Peace To The World||9:15|
|2-1||–Ray Charles||Intro - Let The Good Time Roll||2:55|
|2-3||–Ray Charles||Georgia On My Mind||5:30|
|2-4||–Ray Charles||I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirt Of Town||2:53|
|2-5||–Ray Charles||Just For A Thrill||6:00|
|2-6||–Ray Charles||Teardrops From My Eyes||3:38|
|2-7||–Ray Charles||Ellie, My Love So Sweet||5:10|
|2-8||–Ray Charles||Gotta Move||7:20|
|2-9||–Ray Charles||I Can't Stop Loving You||3:35|
|2-10||–Ray Charles||What'd I Say||4:25|
|2-11||–B.B. King & Ray Charles||Intro - It's Time For Me To Close The Show - I Get The Blues - Outro||9:18|
- Recorded At – Palatrussardi, Milano
- Accompanied By – The Philip Morris Superband
- Directed By – Gene Harris
- Electric Guitar, Vocals – B.B. King
- Piano, Vocals – Ray Charles