℗ 1959 Atlantic Records
 

What'd I Say

Ray Charles

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1.1
What'd I Say (Pt. 1 & 2)
Ray Charles
6:26
1.2
Jumpin' in the Mornin'
Ray Charles
2:47
1.3
You Be My Baby
Ray Charles
2:28
1.4
Tell Me How Do You Feel
Ray Charles
2:38
1.5
What Kind of Man Are You
Ray Charles
2:47
1.6
Rockhouse (Pt. 1 & 2)
Ray Charles
3:54
1.7
Roll with My Baby
Ray Charles
2:37
1.8
Tell All the World About You
Ray Charles
2:01
1.9
My Bonnie
Ray Charles
2:48
1.10
That's Enough
Ray Charles
2:45
Total Playing Time    31:11
Many musicians possess elements of genius, but it was the great Ray Charles who so fully embodied the term that it was bestowed upon him as a nickname. Blind since the age of six (from glaucoma), Ray Charles (Albany, Georgia, September 23, 1930 - Beverly Hills, California, June 10, 2004) combined elements of gospel, R&B and blues into a fervid, exuberant style that would come to be known as soul music. What'd I Say is Charles' fifth studio album, released in 1959. The release popularized Charles' first top 10 hit, "What'd I Say", and became his first gold record. The composition was improvised one evening late in 1958 when Charles, his orchestra, and backup singers had played their entire set list at a show and still had time left; the response from many audiences was so enthusiastic that Charles announced to his producer that he was going to record it.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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