Crying Time is a studio album by Ray Charles released in February 1966 as the first release on his label Tangerine, which was distributed by ABC Paramount. LP side A. "Crying Time" (Buck Owens) – 2:57. No Use Crying" (Roy Gaines, Freddie Lee Kober, . Let's Go Get Stoned" (Valerie Simpson, Nickolas Ashford, Jo Armstead) – 3:00. Going Down Slow" (Jimmy Oden) – 4:03. Peace of Mind" (Ray Charles, J. Holiday) – 2:14. Tears" (Norman Newell, Robert Maxwell) – 4:38.
Crying Time" is a song from 1964 written and originally recorded by the American country music artist Buck Owens. It gained greater success in the version recorded by Ray Charles, which won two Grammy Awards in 1967. Numerous other cover versions have been performed and recorded over the intervening years.
Album: Only Big Hits. Ray Charles: best 2 tracks. Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack Best of Ray Charles, 2018 01:57. Ray Charles - What'd I Say Soul Voices Vol. 5, 2018 06:27.
A Mint Julep is a drink made with bourbon, sugar, and cracked ice. Served with a sprig of mint, it is a traditional drink at horse races. The Clovers did the original version in 1952 (with a cover by Louis Prima the same year), but Charles made it uniquely his own. Other artists to record the song include Sarah Vaughan, Duane Eddy, Count Basie, King Curtis and The Ventures. Released on ABC's Impulse! Jazz label, Charles' recording was a surprise hit. The producer was Creed Taylor, who started the Impulse! label.
In 1961 "One Mint Julep" finally reached a mass audience when Ray Charles's instrumental version reached No. 1 on the R&B charts, and also reached No. 8 on the pop chart. Among the many who covered or remade this song are the following:.