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  1. Ray Charles had a big hit with the Harlan Howard song “Busted” in , which Johnny Cash had just released as a single. The song also led off Ray’s Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul LP that year.. Whereas the Johnny Cash was pure country – acoustic guitar and Cash’s usual ricky-ticky electric guitar jitter – Benny Carter’s arrangement on Ray Charles’ “Busted” obscures the.
  2. OCLC Number: Notes: Contains 2 previously released albums with 2 bonus tracks. Ingredients in a recipe for soul originally released as ABC-Paramount ABC in ; Have a smile with me originally released as ABC-Paramount ABC in ; Without a song originally released as a single (ABC-Paramount ) in
  3. Charles, Ray - Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul - mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfo Music Skip to main content Ray Charles Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 7 ratings. 11 Something's Wrong 12 The Brightest Smile In Town 13 Worried Life Blues 14 My Baby (I Love Her, Yes I Do) /5(7).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul - Ray Charles on AllMusic - - Although it was a big commercial success,.
  5. A two-for-one pairing of albums from (Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul) and (Have a Smile With Me), with the addition of historical liner mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfor rate among his better albums -- both are inconsistent mixtures of hard-edged jazz/pop/soul and mainstream pop standards.
  6. Ray Charles Ingredients In Recipe For Soul Gold CD (Long Box) QTY: Ray Charles Ingredients In Recipe For Soul Gold CD (Long Box) Ray Charles. $ Availability: In Stock. The Brightest Smile In Town Worried Life Blues My Baby Description Factory Sealed RARE Long Box!.
  7. Ray Charles' cover reached #4 on the Billboard Hot chart in This was from his album Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul. A Stranger In Town 8. Over The Rainbow.
  8. A two-for-one pairing of albums from (Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul) and (Have a Smile With Me), with the addition of historical liner notes. Neither rate among his better albums -- both are inconsistent mixtures of hard-edged jazz/pop/soul and mainstream pop standards. Each, though, has some fine cuts, notably the Top Ten hit "Busted" (on Recipe) and a jazzy cover of Hank.

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