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Whatd I Say Pt.1 - Ray Charles With His Orchestra* - Whatd I Say (Vinyl)

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  1. Label: London Records - HLE ,London American Recordings - HLE ,London Atlantic - HLE • Format: Vinyl 7 Ray Charles With His Orchestra* - What'd I Say (, Vinyl) | Discogs 4/5(6).
  2. Feb 14,  · The necessity that drove Ray Charles to invent “What’d I Say” was simple: the need to fill time. Ten or 12 minutes before the end of a contractually required four-hour performance at a dance.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What'd I Say on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl 7 Ray Charles And His Orchestra - What'd I Say (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(21).
  4. RAY CHARLES TITLED. " WHAT I'D SAY ". SLEEVE=VG+. a different spot, or not present at all on the copy you receive. Visual Grading Scale: NM / EX / VG+ / VG / VG- / G+ / G / Poor. clean & glossy vinyl~includes plastic cover taifluslinkvehocontglucosimthralorse.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. What'd I Say (Part 1) / What'd I Say (Part 2), a Single by Ray Charles. Released in June on Atlantic (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: Ray Charles (vocals, electric piano), Edgar Willis (bass), Dave Newman (tenor saxophone, alto saxophone), Bennie Crawford (baritone saxophone), unknown (trumpet), Milt Turner (drums), The Raelettes (backing vocals).
  6. Ray Charles, who passed away June 10, , at age 73, continued to include “What’d I Say” in his own shows—usually as his final song of the evening—for the rest of his life. In , the Library of Congress added the single—which some music historians contend was the first true soul song—to the U.S. National Recording Registry.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What'd I Say on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - OS • Series: Atlantic Oldies Series - OS • Format: Vinyl 7 Ray Charles And His Orchestra - What'd I Say (Vinyl) | Discogs/5(15).
  8. Lyrics. Ray Charles Hey mama, don't you treat me wrong Come and love your daddy all night long All right now, hey hey, all right See the girl with the diamond ring She knows how to shake that thing All right now now now, hey hey, hey hey Tell your mama, tell your pa I'm gonna send you back to Arkansas Oh yes, ma'm, you don't do right, don't do right Aw, play it boy When you see me in misery.
  9. Jun 10,  · Sao Paulo, Brazil (22 September ) Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, -- June 10, ) was an American singer-songwriter, musician and composer known as Ray Charles. He was a pioneer in.

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