With Willie Nelson
November 18, 2014
Angel Eyes (With Willie Nelson)Read more
Album3 (VHS): The Willie Nelson Special With Special Guest Ray Charles, Embassy Home Entertainment, S.a.; (Laser Disc): Rhino/WEA, 9 July 2002. Recorded at the Austin Opera House on 17 May 1984.Jackie King – guitar; Don Hoss – piano; Sid Sims – electric bass; Bob Scott – drums. The show was first broadcast in November 1985.
November 3, 2014
It Was A Very Good Year (With Willie Nelson)Read more
Album: Genius Loves Company, Concord, August 2004. Mid March 2004 Willie Nelson postponed one of his concerts to make it to the session: “Willie […] has an emergency recording with Ray Charles as Ray is not long for the world according to the production people that just called us”. Recorded at RPM International (and some of […]
October 27, 2014
Milk Cow Blues (With Willie Nelson)Read more
Unreleased. Willie taking the lead on this Sleepy John Estes song (1930), recorded for the TV show Willie Nelson, Texas Style, first broadcast by CBS on 5 March 1988.
October 26, 2014
Mountain Dew (With Willie Nelson)Read more
Album3 (VHS): The Willie Nelson Special With Special Guest Ray Charles, Embassy Home Entertainment, S.a. (Laser Disc: Rhino/WEA, 9 July 2002). Ray, Willie & band in rehearsal and for real. Recorded at the Austin Opry House on 17 and 18 May 1984, first aired in November 1985.
October 19, 2014
Seven Spanish Angels (With Willie Nelson)Read more
Album: Friendship, Columbia 39415, February 1985. Single (A): Columbia 4715, November 1984, b/w Who Cares. Recorded at the Eleven Eleven Studios and the Soundshop Studio in Nashville, and (on Willie’s invitation) at the Pedernales Studio in Spicewood (Austin). Ray finished things off at RPM International in Los Angeles. With session musicians Hargus Pig Robbins, Robert Ogdin, Bobby […]
October 9, 2014
We Are The World (With USA For Africa)Read more
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 […]