American SOUL CONNEXION Chapter 3 - Ray Charles, Jimmy Ruffin, Jerry Butler and various artists Ernie K-Doe, Eddie Holland, and various artists - Limited Edition Vinyl

Tracklist

1
Side A
1.
Don't feel sorry for me
Jimmy Ruffin
2.
Gypsy woman
The Impressions
00:44
2.
Mother-in-Law
Ernie K-Doe
3.
Why do you want to let me go
Eddie Holland
4.
I like it like that
Chris Kenner
00:44
5.
Hearts of stone
The Top Notes
6.
Last night
The Mar-Keys
00:46
7.
The Roach
Gene and Wendell with The Sweethearts
Side B
1.
San-Ho-Zay
Freddie King
2.
Letter full of tears
Gladys Knight
00:46
2.
See about me
Don Covay and the Goodtimers
3.
Oh mother of mine
The Temptations
00:45
4.
Sweets for my sweet
The Drifters
5.
Hit the road Jack
Ray Charles
6.
Gypsy woman
The Impressions
7.
Gin house blues
Nina Simone
00:45
2
Side C
1.
Morning after
The Mar-Keys
2.
She ll be gone
Betty O Brien
00:45
3.
If you don't come (you better call)
Patience Valentine
4.
Unchain my heart
Ray Charles
5.
Turn on your love light
Bobby Blue Bland
6.
Letter full of tears
Gladys Knight
7.
You better move on
Arthur Alexander
00:46
Side D
1.
Time after time
The Isley Brothers
2.
Stand by me
Ben E. King
3.
Anyone but you
Ruth Brown
4.
The danger zone
Ray Charles
00:47
5.
Aware of love
Jerry Butler
6.
Your wonderful love
The Temptations
00:48
7.
Lost someone
James Brown & The Famous Flames

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CHAPTER 3 :

In 1961, Ray Charles was clearly considered as the ultimate Soul singer. However, he had to share his fame with other exceptional vocalists coming from Doo-Wop training and newly converted to the delights of this art and to this elegant expressivity. Thus, Jerry Butler and Curtis Mayfield (The Impressions), Derek Martin and Howard Guyton (The Top Notes), Ben E. King (The Drifters), as well as Otis Williams and his partners Elbridge Bryant, Melvin Franklin, Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams (The Temptations), that were considered as his most trustful disciples.