With Stevie Wonder

  • November 20, 2014

    A Brand New Day (With Stevie Wonder, Patti Austin, James Ingram; Ray Charles On Piano)

    Unreleased. On December 2, 2001 Ray participated (a bit) in the performance of this song, the grand finale of the 24th Kennedy Center Celebration, honoring Quincy Jones. (Starts at 17:06): Update 24.01.2021: the video of this performance is no longer available on YouTube, please let me know in the comments below if you have any footage, thanks — […]

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  • October 31, 2014

    Let The Good Times Roll (With Bono, Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones)

    Album3: Quincy Jones, Q’s Jook Joint, Quest/Warner/WEA 9362-45875-2, November 1995. Q’s Jook Joint was Quincy Jones’ fourth concept album in a quartet (with Body Heat, The Dude and Back On The Block).The concept is based on the juke joints that served as makeshift nightclubs in the South. Quincy establishes his own juke joint in track 1, with Ray’s Let The Good Times […]

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  • October 9, 2014

    We Are The World (With USA For Africa)

    We Are The World was a charity single originally recorded by the supergroup USA For Africa in 1985. It was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and co-produced by Quincy Jones and Michael Omartian. 45 artists participated. Single (A): USA For Africa, We Are The World, Columbia US&-04839, 1985, b/w Grace One of the legends around the production […]

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  • October 2, 2011

    Ray & Stevie Honoring Quincy At 24th Kennedy Center Celebration (2001)

    On December 2, 2001 Quincy Jones was one of the recipients of the 24th Kennedy Center Honors (together with Julie Andrews, Van Cliburn, Jack Nicholson and Luciano Paverotti). At the gala, the audience was treated to a duet by Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles, singing Let The Good Times Roll. Charles also sang My Buddy. […]

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