Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)
Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)
Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)
Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)
Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)
Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)

Ray Charles Live In Concert (Hybrid SACD)

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Vocals, Piano – Ray Charles [click here to see more vinyl featuring Ray Charles]

Backing Vocals – Raelets (10, 11)

Tenor Saxophone – David "Fathead" Newman (2)

Written by Ray Charles (3, 9, 11), Julian Priester (2), Con Conrad (4), J. Russel Robinson (4), Cindy Walker (5), Eddy Arnold (5), Percy Mayfield (6), Buddy Johnson (7), Walter Donaldson (8), Gus Kahn (8), Agnes Jones (10), Freddy James (10)


1 SACD, jewel box

Original analog Master tape : YES



Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : ABC

Recorded in 1964 At Shrine Civic Auditorium Los Angeles, California

Engineered by Wally Heider

Produced by Sid Feller

Remastered by Kevin Gray and Zan Zanev at Cohearent Audio

Photography by Ray Hearne

Originally released in 1965

Reissued in 2012


Tracks :

  1. Opening
  2. Band: Swing A Little Taste
  3. I Gotta Woman
  4. Margie
  5. You Don't Know Me
  6. Hide Nor Hair
  7. Baby, Don't You Cry
  8. Makin' Whoopee
  9. Hallelujah I Love Her So
  10. Don't Set Me Fee
  11. What'd I Say
  12. Finale


Reviews :

“Although with hindsight it seems like an obvious thing to have done, when Ray Charles seamlessly fused R&B, blues, country, jazz, and gospel together and delivered all of it into a secular pop setting in the 1950s and '60s, it was actually a fairly radical thing. Of course, it helped that Charles was a once-in-a-lifetime singer and artist, and probably could have sung the want ads from the morning newspaper and made it work. Along the way he invented soul, became an American icon, and remained a compelling recording and performing artist right up to his death in 2004. This often-reissued set features a dozen of the 19 songs Charles performed at a classic 1964 concert, and it shows an amazing artist at the peak of his powers.” AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett



Discogs 4.67 / 5 

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