Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl)

Ring of Fire Come Live with Me Somebody Till There Was You Living for the City It Ain't Easy Being Green Summertime Am I Blue Live I Can See Clearly Now Let It Be Is There Anyone Out There? Drift Away Blues in the Night Compared to What Two Old Cats Like Us Seven Spanish Angels Anybody with the Blues Knows I Can't Stop Loving You. Don Gibson.

Born to Lose. Bye Bye Love. You Don't Know Me. Let the Good Times Roll. Release Date October 19, Mary Ann Ray Charles. Yet by this time Charles was focusing increasingly less on rock and soul, in favor of pop tunes, often with string arrangements, that seemed aimed more at the easy listening audience than anyone else. Charles' influence on the rock mainstream was as apparent as ever; Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl) Cocker and Steve Winwood in particular owe a great deal of their style to him, and echoes of his phrasing can be heard more subtly in the work of greats like Van Morrison.

One approaches sweeping criticism of Charles with hesitation; he was an Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl) institution, after all, Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl) his vocal powers barely diminished over his half-century career. The fact remains, though, that his work after the late '60s on record was very disappointing.

Millions of listeners yearned for a return to the all-out soul of his classics, but Charles had actually never been committed to soul above Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl) else. Like Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presleyhis focus was more upon all-around pop than many realize; his love of jazz, country, and pop standards was evident, Ray Charles - I Can Make It Through The Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights) (Vinyl) if his more earthy offerings were the ones that truly broke ground and will stand the test of time.

He dented the charts sometimes the country ones occasionally, and commanded devoted international concert audiences whenever he felt like it. For good or ill, he ensured his imprint upon the American mass consciousness in the s by singing several ads for Diet Pepsi. He also recorded three albums during the '90s for Warner Bros.

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