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The Platinum Collection

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LP 1 SIDE ONE
1. Hit The Road, Jack
2. I Got A Woman
3. It Should've Been Me
4. I Can't Stop Loving You
5. I'm Movin On
6. Mess Around
7. Georgia On My Mind

LP 1 SIDE TWO
1. Get On The Right Track Baby
2. Unchain My Heart
3. What'd I Say (Parts 1&2)
4. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'
5. Leave My Woman Alone
6. Hallelujah I Love Her So
7. Your Cheatin' Heart

LP 2 SIDE ONE
1. Sticks & Stones
2. See See Rider
3. This Little Girl Of Mine
4. Take These Chains From My Heart
5. Hide 'Nor Hair
6. Greenbacks
7. Moanin'

LP 2 SIDE TWO
1. Let The Good Times Roll
2. At The Club
3. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
4. Night Time Is The Right Time
5. Born To Lose
6. You Don't Know Me
7. One Mint Julep

LP 3 SIDE ONE
1. Baby It's Cold Outside
2. Tell The Truth
3. Ain't That Fine
4. Come Rain Or Come Shine
5. I've Got News For You
6. Ruby
7. Lonely Avenue

LP 3 SIDE TWO
1. Sweet Georgia Brown
2. Them That Got
3. Tell Me How Do You Feel
4. You Are My Sunshine
5. I Believe To My Soul
6. Careless
7. Rockhouse

The Platinum Collection

Artist RAY CHARLES

Format 3LP

Cat No NOT3LP285

Bar-Code 5060403742858

Availability: In stock

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The term legend is used all too loosely in this day and age, with music arguably the worst offender. But in Ray Charles, modern music has someone it can proudly label one of culture’s true geniuses. Charles blazed his own trail through a career spanning nearly six decades, merging gospel and R&B to create soul music. He later found success in the country and rock‘n’roll fields as he demonstrated his diversity and talent. As well as musical barriers, Charles helped break down racial ones, living and performing in a transformative and difficult time for black men and women in America. This three disc collection encompasses some of Ray Charles’ most popular, influential and seminal recordings. Listen to these recordings by one of music’s true greats, from his formative, pre-Atlantic days to his later genre-defying work, and discover why he was known simply as ‘the Genius’.

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