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Ray Charles  David Newman 


79 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2019


Funk Jazz Soul

Alto and tenor saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman was best known as sideman and soloist with Ray Charles. During the fifties, when Ray Charles was touring with his hits like "What'd I Say", "Talking About You", etc., he thought that his band, and his tenor man, David Newman, were so strong that they needed to record a straight ahead jazz album of their own. That album became "Ray Charles Presents David Newman". On that album there's also Hank Crawford playing on baritone sax, and trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, bassist Edgar Willis, drummer William Peeples and of course Ray Charles on piano, playing very strong solos. Is Ray Charles a great bebop player? Of course he is!

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Ray Charles 

What I'd Say (Red Vinyl)

75 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2018


Funk Jazz Soul

Ray Charles’ sensational fifth studio album, What’d I Say, originally released in October 1959. The album includes singles dating back as far as 1952, during Charles’ most inspired years (all of the material was produced by the legendary team of Ahmet Ertegün and Jerry Wexler). Out on 180 grams colored vinyl and featuring two bonus tracks: Swanee River Rock and Yes, Indeed

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