Although it was a big commercial success, reaching number two on the LP charts, this record would typify the erratic nature of much of Charles' '60s output. It's too eclectic for its own good, really, encompassing pop standards, lowdown blues, Mel Tormé songs, and after-hours ballads
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Have a Smile With Me is a 1964 album by Ray Charles. In a reversal of the previous concept album Sweet & Sour Tears, this album is filled with humorous songs. In 1997, it was packaged together with 1963's Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul on a two-for-one CD reissue on Rhino with historical liner notes. Ray Charles discography. This is a discography of American musician Ray Charles. That Lucky Old Sun. "That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls around Heaven All Day)" is a 1949 popular song with music by Beasley Smith and words by Haven Gillespie.
Studio album by Ray Charles. 1997 Rhino CD re-issue with Have a Smile with Me. Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul is a 1963 album by Ray Charles. It was arranged by Benny Carter, Sid Feller, Marty Paich, and Johnny Parker, with the Paich tracks also featuring accompaniment by the Jack Halloran Singers. In 1990, the album was released on compact disc by DCC with four bonus tracks. In 1997, it was packaged together with 1964's Have a Smile with Me on a two-for-one CD reissue on Rhino with historical liner notes.
Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul. Ray Charles Live - In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony (Eagle Rock) 1981 performance. Ray Charles - 50 Years in Music (Image Entertainment) 1991 Pasadena, California performance. Live at Montreux, 1997 (Eagle Rock En. Sunset Home Visual Entertainment). Ray Charles, Live at the Olympia, 2000 (XIII Bis) 2000 Paris performance. Ray Charles in Concert (with special guest Diane Schuur) (Image Entertainment) 1999 Miami Lighthouse for the Blind benefit.
100 Greatest Soul Albums. Criteria: Soul music started in the early 1960s and was around into the 1970s and later, although by the mid-1970s it had pretty much been replaced by funk and disco. Albums that are mainly funk or disco, rather than soul, were not considered for this list. These albums were chosen and ranked based on their initial and lasting popularity, influence, impact, and overall stature in soul music circles. Last Updated: 2016-12-17. Call on Me, That's the Way Love Is - Bobby Bland 54. Ingredients In A Recipe for Soul - Ray Charles 55. Keep On Pushing - The Impressions 56. In The Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett 57.
|A2||Where Can I Go?||3:29|
|A3||Born To Be Blue||2:53|
|A4||That Lucky Old Sun||4:20|
|A5||Ol' Man River||5:35|
|B1||In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)||5:50|
|B2||A Stranger In Town||2:25|
|B3||Ol' Man Time||2:25|
|B4||Over The Rainbow||4:07|
|B5||You'll Never Walk Alone||3:53|
- Design [Cover] – Frank Gauna
- Design [Liner] – Joe Lebow
- Engineer – Bill Putnam, Bob Arnold
- Liner Notes – Natt Hale
- Photography By [Cover & Liner] – Howard Moorehead*
- Producer – Sid Feller
NotesRecorded in Hollywood, Cal., New York City July, 1963
|ABC-465||Ray Charles||Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (LP, Album, Mono)||ABC-Paramount||ABC-465||US||1963|
|ABC-465||Ray Charles||Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (LP, Mono)||ABC-Paramount||ABC-465||US||1963|
|PRS 23007||Ray Charles||Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (CD, Album)||Personality||PRS 23007||Europe||1990|
|D233074-2||Ray Charles||Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (CD, RE)||DCC Compact Classics, Sandstone Music||D233074-2||US||1990|
|DZS 047||Ray Charles||Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (CD, RE)||DCC Compact Classics||DZS 047||US||1990|