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.
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.
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Live in Concert is a live album by Ray Charles released in 1965 by ABC-Paramount Records. For the rest of his career, Charles closed every concert with the song and it was added to the National Recording Registry in 2002 and ranked at number 10 in Rolling Stones The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Charles signed with Atlantic Records in 1954 where producers Ahmet Ertegun, Wexler would remember that Atlantic Records success came not from the artists experience, but the enthusiasm for the music, We didnt know shit about making records, but we were having fun.
Ray Charles Live in Concert Hybrid SACD - DSD Apo ( Analogue Prod 2012. Ray Charles GENIUS LIVE IN CONCERT - BluewayRecords1973 - USED Vinyl LP Record - 1973 QUADRAPHONIC Pressing BLS-6053 IN SHRINK WRAP - VERY RARE - What'd I Say - I Got A Woman - You Don't Know Me Bluesway Records. Ray Charles - Ray Charles Live In Concert - Lp Vinyl Record ABC-Paramount.
The tracks were all previously released on 5 different Ray Charles live concert albums released between 1958 and 1975. 1958 Newport Jazz Festival performance. 1959 Atlanta concert. 1964 Los Angeles concert. 1975 Tokyo and Yokohama concerts.
Ray Charles is at the height of his career and no question he gets the crowd rockin! Ray is joined by quite a band Sonny Forriest (guitar), Bill Pearson (flute, alto saxophone); Hank Crawford (alto saxophone); Leroy Cooper (baritone saxophone); John Hunt (trumpet, flugelhorn); Oliver Beener, Wallace Davenport, Phil Guilbeau (trumpet); Henderson Chambers, James Herbert, Julian Priester (trombone); Wilbert Hogan (drums) and The Raelets on backing vocals. The 1964 ABC PARAMOUNT black label LP of RAY CHARLES LIVE IN CONCERT (ABC 500) was issued in both mono and stereo. The album's highest US chart position was 80, in 1965. Ray and his full orchestra are in top form for this . Shrine Auditorium show. That venue has been in continuous operation since 1926.
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