What'd I Say (album) by Ray Charles
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The best album by Ray Charles is Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music which is ranked number 1305 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,834.
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I feel like the opening track was the perfect bridge between rock ‘n’ roll and funk. The emphasis seems to switch between the 1st and 3rd (like in funk) and 2nd and 4th (as in rock ‘n’ roll) to such an extent that I honestly think it depends on one’s personal interpretation.
The rest of the album seems to follow the same pattern of hovering between rock ‘n’ roll and funk. But none of them can really be compared with the opener.
The opening track (both parts) is epic.
The genius at his best!
ein wirklich grossartiges album das man gehört haben sollte!
The fusing of Jazz and Rock n' Roll here is awesome. I have heard people say that Ray is not only one of the best singers of all time, but is also the king of time- known for his ability to do slow (if you are a musician, you know that anyone can play fast, but not everyone can play slow), and syncopation.