All covers have corner bends. Disc inside is undamaged.
Beautiful, Swinging, Laid-Back Jazz Album On Vinyl LP!
Limited To 500 Copies!
Ray Charles's second long-player was released on the legendary Atlantic
Records in 1957. An instrumental jazz album, it was released two years before
Charles became an international superstar with the hit recording "What'd I Say".
Though Charles was already nearly a decade deep into his recording career he'd
yet to have a massive hit and was a difficult artist to pin down as his tastes
ranged from jazz to pop to R&B. Featuring longtime band member David "Fathead"
Newman and with help from the arranging and songwriting genius Quincy Jones,
this is a beautiful, swinging, and laid-back jazz album necessary for any fans
• Vinyl LP
• Limited to 500 copies
• Manufactured in the EU
Ray Charles, piano
David Newman, alto sax, tenor sax
Emmott Dennis, baritone sax
Joseph Bridgewater, trumpet
John Hunt, trumpet
Roosevelt Sheffield, bass
William Peeples, drums
Oscar Pettiford, bass on "Black Coffee"
Joe Harris, drums on "Black Coffee"
1. The Ray
2. My Melancholy Baby
3. Black Coffee
4. There's No You
2. Sweet Sixteen Bars
3. I Surrender Dear