One of the best early-'60s examples of soul-jazz crossover, this record, like several of his dates from the period, featured big-band arrangements (played by the Count Basie band). This fared better than some of Charles' similar outings, however, if only because it muted some of his straight pop aspirations in favor of some pretty mean and lean, the-matter B-3 Hammond organ licks. Most of the album is instrumental and swings vivaciously, although Charles does take a couple of vocals with "I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town" and "I've.
Genius + Soul Jazz is a 1961 album by Ray Charles featuring big band arrangements by Quincy Jones and Ralph Burns. Charles is accompanied by two groups drawn from members of The Count Basie Band and from the ranks of top New York session players. It was recorded at the Rudy Van Gelder Studio in two sessions on December 26 and 27, 1960 and originally released on the Impulse! label as Impulse! A–2.
Vocals, Organ – Ray Charles. Unlike Genius + Soul Jazz this STEREO version here has both numbers Mono A-2 AND Stereo AS-2 in the Impulse! logo inside gatefold. Genius + Soul Jazz has A-2 STEREO on the inside and STEREO A-2 on the outside only. Recorded in December 26th and 27th, 1960. Also released as Genius + Soul Jazz in mono. Other Versions (5 of 48) View All. Cat. На 4-й ежегодной церемоний вручении наград Грэмми (1961г. пластинка была номинирована в категории ''Альбом года''. Songs in album Ray Charles - Genius + Soul Jazz (1961).
Genius + Soul Jazz. Genius + Soul Jazz Tracklist. 1. From the Heart Lyrics. 6. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts of Town Lyrics.
Features Song Lyrics for Ray Charles's Genius + Soul Jazz album. Let the Good Times Roll Lyrics. Ray Charles Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Ray Charles Lyrics.
Ray Charles Live in Concert by C. Michael Bailey. Genius: The Ultimate Collection by Chris May. Extended Analysis. Ray Charles: Genius + Soul Jazz. Ray Charles: Original Album Series. Ray Sings, Basie Swings by Martin Gladu. Ray Charles 1930-2004: The Movie Ray, Part 4 of 4. Genius Guide to Jazz. What I Say. Oscar had already been my first jazz album. I still recall my jaw dropping at his performance of I Remember Clifford. At the time, I had no idea who Clifford was, or why Oscar would remember him.
|1||From The Heart||3:30|
|2||I've Got News For You||4:28|
|5||One Mint Julep||3:02|
|6||I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town||3:38|
|7||Stompin' Room Only||3:35|
|9||Strike Up The Band||2:35|
|10||Birth Of The Blues||5:05|
|Plus 3 From "Genius Hits The Road"|
|12||Basin Street Blues||2:45|
|13||New York's My Home||2:04|
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- Copyright (c) – Castle Communications (Australasia) Limited
- Licensed From – DCC Compact Classics Inc.
NotesDIGITALLY REBALANCED BY RAY CHARLES
MASTERED BY STEVE HOFFMAN AND TERRY HOWARD
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- Barcode: 5013428750094
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|AS-2, A-2||Ray Charles||Genius + Soul = Jazz (LP, Album)||Impulse!, Impulse!||AS-2, A-2||US||1961|
|TI-80002, TI 80002||Ray Charles||Genius + Soul = Jazz (8-Trk)||Impulse!, Impulse!||TI-80002, TI 80002||US||Unknown|
|DZS-038||Ray Charles||Genius + Soul = Jazz (CD, Album)||DCC Compact Classics||DZS-038||US||1988|
|A 2||Ray Charles||Genius + Soul = Jazz (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||A 2||France||1961|
|AVC2021||Ray Charles||Genius + Soul = Jazz (LP, Album, Num, RE)||Doxy||AVC2021||Europe||2014|