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Into: Goodbye / Well Be Together Again - Ray Charles, Betty Carter - Just You Just Me (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Into: Goodbye / Well Be Together Again - Ray Charles, Betty Carter - Just You Just Me (CD)

  1. Whoa! Now we're getting into the big leagues. Yowsa! And not just any Ray Charles title, mind you. Ray Charles and Betty Carter! Analogue Productions has reissued a whole lot of classics - a whole lot - but there aren't many of 'em that are a much bigger deal than this. This is such a romantic album. Such a warm album. Such a rich album.
  2. Format: CD, Year: , Labels: DCC Compact Classics (GZS), DCC Jazz (GZS), Barcode: , Length:
  3. This series started out in as Super Hits, with each issue having a cartoonish photo/drawing as cover art. There were 20 volumes in the original Super Hits series. In , the series was renamed AM tetanecastrighdoggflamamipspirnetftread.xyzinfo first four volumes were reissued using the new series title and a modified version of the cover art work from SUD, but that was soon replaced with a second AM Gold cover design that.
  4. Gale Garnett - We'll Sing In The Sunshine Beach Boys - When I Grow Up (To Be A Man) Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go Dusty Springfield - Wishin' And Hopin' Leslie Gore - You Don't Own Me Kinks - You Really Got Me Top Crystals - And Then He Kissed Me Sam Cooke - Another Saturday Night Jackie Wilson - Baby Workout Ronettes - Be My Baby.
  5. ABC/ABCS - Ray Charles & Betty Carter - Ray Charles & Betty Carter [] (, #52) Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye/You And I/Intro: Goodbye-We'll Be Together Again/People Still Say We're In Love/Cocktails For Two/Side By Side//Baby, It's Cold Outside/Together/For All We Know/Takes Two To Tango/Alone Together/Just You, Just Me -.
  6. Betty Carter (born Lillie Mae Jones; May 19, – September 26, ) was an American jazz singer known for her improvisational technique, scatting and other complex musical abilities that demonstrated her vocal talent and imaginative interpretation of lyrics and melodies. Vocalist Carmen McRae once remarked: "There's really only one jazz singer—only one: Betty Carter.".
  7. the album "Ray Charles and Betty Carter" in the early '60's. Personally I am just getting acquainted with that album -- I never even heard their chart-climbing interpretation of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" before this year -- but I figured all the Ray Charles lovers knew about that .
  8. Ray Charles and Betty Carter (Ray Charles and Betty Carter: listening to "Goodbye" I thought my CD player was replaying the leadoff track, Cole Porter's "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye." The interaction between the lead vocalists is dry ("Just You, Just Me"), and while Carter's range is impressive, her interpretations are cloying ("People Will.

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