8 Reply to “ A Tear Fell - Ray Charles - Sweet And Sour Tears (Vinyl) ”

  1. Overview. Ray Charles first appeared on a Billboard chart in , when — as part of the Maxin Trio with G.D. McKee and Milton Garred — he charted his first single with "Confession Blues." It reached No. 2 on the R&B chart, then called the Most-Played Juke Box Race Records. In , Charles signed with Atlantic Records and went on to top Billboard ' s pop, country, R&B, jazz, and dance charts.
  2. Sweet & Sour Tears, an Album by Ray Charles. Released in March on ABC (catalog no. ABC; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Pop, Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Ray Charles (vocals), Sid Feller (producer), Joe Lebow (design), Rick Ward (liner notes).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sweet And Sour Tears on Discogs. Label: ABC-Paramount - EP-ABCS ,ABC-Paramount - EP-ABCS • Format: 2x, Vinyl 7 Ray Charles - Sweet And Sour Tears (, Vinyl) | Discogs1/5(1).
  4. A fool am I, a fool am I, in love A tear fell when I saw you In the arms of someone new A tear fell when you left me All alone and feeling blue A tear fell when you told me That your love was not for me I didn't miss the teardrops, But I missed you constantly A fool am I, a fool am I, in love The teardrops that you stepped on As you danced across the floor.
  5. Sweet & Sour Tears You'll find stunning Triple Plus (A+++) sound or close to it on both sides of this Shootout Winning pressing - exceptionally QUIET vinyl for a vintage Ray Charles record (!) This stereo pressing is the only way to hear these classic songs sound rich, powerful and free from coloration.
  6. Ray Charles "A Tear Fell": (A fool am I) (A fool am I in love) "Sweet & Sour Tears" () Cry. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry. A Tear Fell. No One To Cry To. You've Got Me Crying Again. After My Laughter Came Tears. Teardrops From My Eyes. Don't Cry, Baby. Cry Me A River.
  7. Feb 01,  · The Ray Charles Video Museum is a research project, documenting live performances by The Genius. This blog is above all a Mediagraphy. It's also a discography (or, more correctly, a trackography), aggregating all tunes that Ray sang and/or played - including the "canon" of tracks listed on the official Ray Charles website, but also identifying the songs that have never been officially.
  8. One of a series of ultra-loose concept albums Ray Charles cut in the '60s, this one is dedicated entirely to songs with titles or lyrical references to crying and tears. It's an excuse for Charles to choose his usual varied menu of upbeat jumpers, slow countrified weepers, and proudly saccharine pop standards. The production, as one might fear, also tends to the lachrymose side on the slow tunes, with the thick 6/

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