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Ray Charles - The Definitive Soul Collection (2006) [Soul]; FLAC (tracks)

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Ray Charles - The Definitive Soul Collection (2006) [Soul]; FLAC (tracks)

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Artist: Ray Charles
Album: The Definitive Soul Collection
Genre: Soul
Label: Rhino Entertainment Company
Released: 2006
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Tracklist:
    CD 1:
  1. Mess Around
  2. It Shouldve Been Me
  3. Don't You Know
  4. Losing Hand
  5. Ive Got A Woman
  6. Come Back Baby
  7. This Little Girl Of Mine
  8. A Fool For You
  9. Greenbacks
  10. Blackjack
  11. Drown In My Own Tears
  12. Mary Ann
  13. Hallelujah I Love Her So
  14. What Would I Do Without You
  15. Leave My Woman Alone

    CD 2:
  1. Lonely Avenue
  2. Ain't That Love
  3. It's All Right
  4. Swanee River Rock (Talkin Bout That River)
  5. Rockhouse (Parts 1 And 2)
  6. (Night Time Is) The Right Time
  7. Thats Enough
  8. Whatd I Say (Parts 1 And 2)
  9. Im Movin On
  10. I Believe To My Soul
  11. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin
  12. Let The Good Times Roll
  13. Just For A Thrill
  14. Tell The Truth
  15. Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I)

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Rhino's 2006 double-disc set The Definitive Soul Collection is the latest in a long list of Ray Charles compilations from Rhino, and it covers much of the same territory as the others: namely, it's a selection of highlights from his classic Atlantic recordings from the '50s. Since it doesn't have any of Ray's ABC sides of the '60s, it can't quite be called definitive, but it is an excellent overview of Charles' timeless Atlantic hits, including "Mess Around," "I've Got a Woman," "This Little Girl of Mine," "Drown in My Own Tears," "Hallelujah I Love Her So," "Lonely Avenue," and of course, "What I'd Say." There are more comprehensive collections of this material -- such as the highly recommended three-disc set The Birth of Soul -- and there are superb single-disc comps that would act as a good introduction, but for those listeners who want something between those two extremes, this is an excellent choice.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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