Hallelujah I Love Her So (Mono) Ray Charles And His Orchestra

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Album-Release:
1962

HRA-Release:
30.10.2015

Label: Warner Music Group

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

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  • 1Ain't That Love02:55
  • 2Drown In My Own Tears03:23
  • 3Come Back Baby03:08
  • 4Sinner's Prayer03:25
  • 5Funny But I Still Love You03:15
  • 6Losing Hand03:14
  • 7A Fool For You03:01
  • 8Hallelujah I Love Her So02:35
  • 9Mess Around02:42
  • 10This Little Girl Of Mine02:34
  • 11Mary Ann02:49
  • 12Greenbacks02:52
  • 13Don't You Know02:57
  • 14I've Got A Woman02:52
  • Total Runtime41:42

Info for Hallelujah I Love Her So (Mono)

Charles came up with his unique reinvention of popular music by combining blues, jazz and gospel in the mid-50s when he was signed to Atlantic Records. While he made a number of classic albums for the label, his biggest impact was through his incredible string of hit singles. This album was originally released by Atlantic in 1962, soon after Charles left the label for ABC-Paramount, where he would have even bigger success with his reinvention of country music. This record is made up of hits Charles had enjoyed with Atlantic, from the early 'Roll with My Baby', 'I Got a Woman' and 'Drown in My Own Tears' through to the title track and 'Ain't That Love', his last hit for the label. 2005.

„Charles came up with his unique reinvention of popular music by combining blues, jazz and gospel in the mid-50s when he was signed to Atlantic Records. While he made a number of classic albums for the label, his biggest impact was through his incredible string of hit singles. This album was originally released by Atlantic in 1962, soon after Charles left the label for ABC-Paramount, where he would have even bigger success with his reinvention of country music. The record is made up of hits Charles had enjoyed with Atlantic, from the early 'Roll With My Baby', 'I Got A Woman' and 'Drown In My Own Tears' through to the title track and 'Ain't That Love', his last hit for the label. It is a judicious and coherent selection. Even though his incredible voice rightly dominates proceedings (listen to the emotional power pouring from his voice on 'Sinner's Prayer'), there is much else to savour, especially his fleet and blues-drenched piano playing. He is ably supported, from time to time, by his well-drilled and explosive big band and by the never less than committed Raelets.“ (Keith Shadwick)

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