With Lou Rawls

  • October 20, 2014

    Save The Bones For Henry Jones (With Lou Rawls And Milt Jackson)

    Album: Just Between Us, Columbia 40703, September 1988. Recorded at RPM International in the first week of 1988. With uncredited members of the Ray Charles Orchestra (i.e. Mark Curry, Jeff Helgesen, Ted Murdock, Jeff Kaye – trumpets; Mike Christianson, Armin Marmolejo, Steve Sigmund, Charlie Schofner – trombones; Al Jackson, Chris Lega, Ricky Woodard, Rudy Johnson, Leroy Cooper – […]

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  • October 13, 2014

    That’s Where It’s At (With Lou Rawls)

    Album3: Lou Rawls, At Last (Blue Note B2-91937, 1989). David Fathead Newman on tenor sax. Rawls: “I did a number on Ray’s last album, called Save The Bones For Henry Jones*, so he was happy to do this for me.” *For the album Just Between Us (1988). Ray initially wanted to do that song with B.B. King.

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  • December 2, 2010

    Ray Charles – A Man And His Soul (1983)

    Ray Charles – A Man And His Soul, A 40th Anniversary Celebration was a 2-hour special television tribute, celebrating Ray’s 40 years in show business, taped at the Cocoanut Grove club in LA in the early summer of 1983, produced for national syndication by The Dick Clark Company for Multimedia Entertainment. The show was directed […]

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