℗ 1959 Atlantic Records

What'd I Say

Ray Charles

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What'd I Say (Pt. 1 & 2)
Ray Charles
Jumpin' in the Mornin'
Ray Charles
You Be My Baby
Ray Charles
Tell Me How Do You Feel
Ray Charles
What Kind of Man Are You
Ray Charles
Rockhouse (Pt. 1 & 2)
Ray Charles
Roll with My Baby
Ray Charles
Tell All the World About You
Ray Charles
My Bonnie
Ray Charles
That's Enough
Ray Charles
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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