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Common Misspelling: Ray Charlse, Rae Charles

Full Name

Date of Birth

Birth Place

Ray Charles Robinson

b, September 23, 1930

d. June 10, 2004

Albany, Georgia


  •  Ray Charles was born o September 23, 1930 in Albany, Georgia.

  •  As a young child, his mother (his father left him earlier) moved and he grew up in Greenville, Florida. 

  •  When he was six, he began to lose his eye sight (caused by glaucoma).

  •  In 1937, at age seven, he entered St. Augustine’s School for the Deaf and Blind (in Florida). It was at his school that he learned how to play instruments (piano, clarinet and alto saxophone) and write music (in brail). His mother passed away in 1945, so he left school, and decided to try his luck playing for big bands.

  •  In 1948, he moved to Seattle, thinking that there might be more work for him there.  He got together with two other local musicians and formed the McSon Trio [sometimes referred to as the Maxim Trio].  In 1949, he had his first of many hits, “Confession Blues” with the McSon Trio.

  •  The Trio began to tour around the country with artists like Lowell Fulson. He married his first wife in July of 1951, Eileen Williams, but the marriage ended after only one year.  They had one child. The early 1950s brought a few more hits, but also was a time when Charles was first introduced to heroin. 

  •  In 1952, he signed with Atlantic Records and began recording more hits.  However, he moved away from the Big Band sound and turned towards more of a bluesy tune.

  • In April 1955 he married his second wife, Della Beatrice Howard. Their marriage lasted until 1977, when they were divorced. They had three children together (David, Ray and Robert), but Ray supposedly had 12 children in and out of wedlock over the years. The list is as follows (with mother's names if known):

    • Alexandria

    • Charles Wayne (Marge Hendricks)

    • Corey Robinson den Bok (Mary Anne den Bok)

    • David Robinson (Della Beatrice Howard)

    • Evelyn (Louise Mitchell)

    • Raenee (Mae Mosely Lyles)

    • Ray Charles Robinson, Jr. (Della Beatrice Howard)

    • Reatha

    • Reverend Robert Robinson (Della Beatrice Howard)

    • Robyn

    • Sheila (Sandra Jean Betts)

    • Vincent (Arlette Kotchounian)

  • Throughout the 1950s he had a few hits by himself and with other entertainers.  Towards the end of the 1950s he began experimenting again with his music besides his usual Blues style, he started to work in a Jazzy sound as well.  In fact, he received critical acclaim at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival. The culmination of sounds  In 1959, he left Atlantic to go to ABC-Paramount, which allowed for him to continue with his new Soul/Jazz sound. This proved successful, shown by the huge sales of Genius + Soul = Jazz.

  • He had three number one hits on the pop charts between 1960 and 1962: "Georgia On My Mind" (1960), "Hit the Road Jack" (1961), and "I Can't Stop Loving You" (1962).

  • He started Ray Charles Enterprises in 1962, producing albums with his own sound, and many more hits during the 1960s. In 1962, he released his seminal album Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, which was a huge success on the charts and made the Genius a legend.  It was in the mid-sixties, during his greatest period of success that he was arrested for drug possession.  Fortunately, it was the straw that enabled him to seek help and stop his long time drug addiction.

  • He began to expand his career and entered the world of movies.  He appeared in Swinging Along (1962), The Cincinnati Kid (1965) and In the Heat of the Night (1967) to great success. He also appeared in other films over the next two decades, including a memorable role in The Blue Brothers.

  • During the 1970s, he recorded less hits, especially as the taste in music changed.  He did not record another hit until 1989, with “I’ll Be Good to You” with Chaka Khan.  However, he was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame in 1982, followed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 (he was one of the charter members).

  • In 1986 he was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics for America Votes the #1 Song. He was also nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for his appearance on Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration. His appearances on The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts earned him two more Emmy nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction in 1989 and 1991. He was also nominated for fifth Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics for his appearance on Bob Hope: The First 90 Years.

  • Ray Charles, the man called the “Genius” and the “Father of Soul” passed away on June 10, 2004.  A few months later, Ray (portrayed by Jamie Foxx), a movie based on his life was released to great fanfare. However, his legend remained alive as the big winner for the 2005 Grammy Awards with his album Genius Loves Company. The awards included: Best Album, Record of the Year ("Here We Go Again" with Norah Jones), Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Pop Collaboration ("Here We Go Again" with Norah Jones).

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Album Title

The Great Ray Charles

Soul Brothers 

The Genius of Ray Charles

Genius + Soul = Jazz

The Genius Hits the Road


1.Tell Me How Do You Feel
2.I Got A Woman
4.Tell The Truth
5.What'd I Say
6.Talkin' Bout You
7.You Be My Baby
8.Leave My Woman Alone
9.I'm Movin' On

1.Soul Brothers
2.How Long Blues
3.Cosmic Ray
4.Blue Funk
5.Deed I Do


1.Let The Good Times Roll
2.It Had To Be You
3.Alexander's Ragtime Band
4.Two Years Of Torture
5.When Your Lover Has Gone
6.Deed I Do
7.Just For A Thrill
8.You Won't Let Me Go
9.Tell Me You'll Wait For Me
10.Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'
11.Am I Blue
12.Come Rain Or Come Shine


1.Alabamy Bound
2.Georgia On My Mind
3.Basin Street Blues
4.Mississippi Mud
5.Moonlight In Vermont
6.New York's My Home
7.California, Here I Come
8.Moon Over Miami
9.Deep In The Heart Of Texas
10.Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
11.Blue Hawaii
12.Chattanooga Choo-Choo
13.Sentimental Journey - (non LP track)
14.Hit The Road Jack - (non LP track)
15.Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Swingova) - (non LP track)
16.Rainy Night In Georgia - (non LP track)
17.I'm Movin' On - (non LP track)
18.Swanee River Rock (Talkin' 'Bout That River) - (non LP track)
19.Lonely Avenue - (non LP track)








Album Title

The Genius After Hours

Ray Charles and Betty Carter

Modern Sounds In Country and Western Music

Soul Meeting

Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul


1.Genius After Hours, The
2.Ain't Misbehavin'
3.Dawn Ray
4.Joy Ride
5.Hornful Soul
6.Man I Love, The
8.Music, Music, Music

1.Every Time We Say Goodbye
2.You And I
3.Goodbye / We'll Be Together Again
4.People Will Say We're In Love
5.Cocktails For Two
6.Side By Side
7.Baby, It's Cold Outside
9.For All We Know
10.Takes Two To Tango
11.Alone Together
12.Just You, Just Me
13.But On The Other Hand Baby - Ray Charles
14.I Never See Maggie Alone - Ray Charles
15.I Like To Hear It Sometime - Ray Charles

1. Bye Bye, Love
2. You Don't Know Me (#2)
3. Half As Much
4. I Love You So Much It Hurts
5. Just A Little Lovin'
6. Born To Lose
7. Worried Mind
8. It Makes No Difference Now
9. You Win Again
10. Careless Love
11. I Can't Stop Loving You
12. Hey, Good Lookin'
13. You Are My Sunshine (#7) (bonus)
14. Here We Go Again (bonus)
15. That Lucky Old Sun (bonus)


1.Hallelujah I Love Her So
2.Blue Genius
3.X-Ray Blues
4.Soul Meeting
5.Love On My Mind
6.Bag Of Blues

2.Where Can I Go?
3.Born To Be Blue
4.That Lucky Old Sun
5.Ol' Man River
6.In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)
7.Stranger In Town, A
8.Ol' Man Time
9.Over The Rainbow
10.You'll Never Walk Alone
11.Something's Wrong - (bonus track)
12.Brightest Smile In Town, The - (bonus track)
13.Worried Life Blues - (bonus track)
14.My Baby (I Love Her, Yes I Do)









Album Title

Sweet and Sour Tears

The Best of Ray Charles

Porgy & Bess

Wish You Were Here Tonight



2.Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry
3.Tear Fell, A
4.No One To Cry To
5.You've Got Me Crying Again
6.After My Laughter Came Tears
7.Teardrops From My Eyes
8.Don't Cry Baby
9.Cry Me A River
10.Baby, Don't You Cry
11.Willow Weep For Me
12.I Cried For You
13.My Heart Cries For You - (bonus track)
14.I Wake Up Crying - (bonus track)
15.Drown In My Own Tears - (bonus track)
16.Teardrops In My Heart - (bonus track)
17.Crying Time - (bonus track)
18.No Use Crying - (bonus track)
19.Tired Of My Tears - (bonus track)

1.Hard Times
3.Sweet Sixteen Bars
5.How Long Blues
6.Blues Waltz

2.My Man's Gone Now
3.Woman Is A Sometime Thing, A
4.They Pass By Singin'
5.What You Want Wid Bess?
6.I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'
7.Buzzard Song
8.Bess, You Is My Woman
9.Oh, Doctor Jesus
10.Crab Man
11.Here Come De Honey Man
12.Strawberry Woman - (instrumental)
13.Strawberry Woman
14.It Ain't Necessarily So
15.There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
16.I Loves You, Porgy
17.Oh, Bess, Where's My Bess - (instrumental)
18.Oh, Bess, Where's My Bess
19.Oh Lord, I'm On My Way

1.3/4 Time
2.I Wish You Were Here Tonight
3.Ain't Your Memory Got No Pride At All
4.Born To Love Me
5.I Don't Want No Stranger Sleepin' In My Bed
6.Let Your Love Flow
7.You Feel Good All Over
8.String Bean
9.You've Got The Longest Leaving Act In Town
10.Shakin' Your Head

1.Two Old Cats Like Us (with Hank Williams Jr.)
2.This Old Heart (Is Gonna Rise Again) - (with The Oak Ridge Boys)
3.We Didn't See A Thing (with George Jones And Chet Atkins)
4.Who Cares - (with Janie Fricke)
5.Rock 'N Roll Shoes - (with B.J. Thomas)
6.Friendship (with Rickie Skaggs)
7.It Ain't Gonna Worry My Mind - (with Micky Gilley)
8.Little Hotel Room (with Merle Haggard)
9.Crazy Old Soldier - (with Johnny Cash)
10.Seven Spanish Angels (with Willie Nelson)








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Selection N/A 

Album Title

Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?

The Spirit of Christmas

From the Pages of My Mind

Ray Charles Live

Ray Charles: His Greatest Hits Vol. 1


1.I Had It All
2.Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
3.Woman Sensuous Woman
4.Then I'll Be Over You
5.All I Wanna Do Is Lay Around And Love On You
6.Love Of My Life
7.They Call It Love
8.If I Were You
9.Workin' Man's Woman
10.I Was On Georgia Time


1.What Child Is This
2.Little Drummer Boy, The
3.Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
4.This Time Of The Year
5.Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
6.That Spirit Of Christmas
7.All I Want For Christmas
8.Christmas In My Heart
9.Winter Wonderland
10.Christmas Time
11.Baby, It's Cold Outside - (bonus track, with Betty Carter)

1.Pages Of My Mind, The
2.Slip Away
3.Anybody With The Blues
4.Class Reunion
5.Caught A Touch Of Your Love
6.Little Bit Of Heaven, A
7.Dixie Moon
8.Over And Over (Again)
9.Beaucoup Love
10.Love Is Worth The Pain


1.Hot Rod
2.Blues Waltz
3.In A Little Spanish Town
5.Right Time, The
6.Fool For You, A
7.I Got A Woman
8.Talkin' 'Bout You
9.Swanee River Rock - (previously unreleased)
10.Yes Indeed! - (mono)
11.Right Time, The
13.Spirit-Feel, The
14.Tell The Truth
15.Drown In My Own Tears
16.What'd I Say


1.Careless Love
2.Here We Go Again
3.Born To Lose
4.My Heart Cries For You
5.Your Cheating Heart
6.Hide Nor Hair
7.Don't Change On Me
8.Let's Go Get Stoned
9.If You Were Mine
10.One Mint Julep
12.Georgia On My Mind
13.I Chose To Sing The Blues
14.Baby Don't You Cry
15.Unchain My Heart
16.I Don't Need No Doctor
17.That Lucky Old Sun
18.Crying Time
19.Smack Dab In The Middle
20.You Don't Know Me








Album Title

Ray Charles: His Greatest Hits Vol. 2


Greatest Hits Vol. 1

Greatest Hits Vol. 2

Soul Brother/Soul Meeting


2.Hit The Road Jack
3.I Can't Stop Loving You
4.You Are My Sunshine
6.Sticks And Stones
7.Take These Chains From My Heart
8.Them That Got
9.No One
10.Without Love (There Is Nothing)
11.Don't Set Me Free
12.I'm A Fool To Care
13.Makin' Whoopee, Parts 1 & 2 - (live)
14.Hardhearted Hannah
15.Baby It's Cold Outside
16.At The Club
17.In The Heat Of The Night
18.Eleanor Rigby
19.Look What They Done To My Song, Ma
20.America The Beautiful

1.Hit The Road Jack
2.Georgia On My Mind
3.Let's Go Get Stoned
4.I Don't Need No Doctor
5.Hallelujah I Love Her So
6.One Mint Julep
7.That Lucky Old Sun
8.Unchain My Heart
9.Don't Set Me Free
10.I Can't Stop Loving You
12.Crying Time
14.What'd I Say
15.Here We Go Again
16.I Gotta Woman
17.Eleanor Rigby
18.You Are My Sunshine
19.Born To Lose
20.America, The Beautiful

1.Hit The Road Jack
2.Let's Go Get Stoned
3.I Don't Need No Doctor
4.What'd I Say
5.Born To Lose
6.Unchain My Heart
8.One Mint Julep
9.Crying Time
10.I Gotta Woman
11.Don't Set Me Free
12.Sticks And Stones


1.I Can't Stop Loving You
2.Georgia On My Mind
3.Hide 'Nor Hair
5.Your Cheatin' Heart
6.That Lucky Old Sun
7.Eleanor Rigby
8.Take These Chains From My Heart
9.Here We Go Again
10.Smack Dab In The Middle
11.You Don't Know Me
12.You Are My Sunshine
13.America, The Beautiful


Disc 1
1.How Long Blues
2.Cosmic Ray
3.Genius After Hours, The - (bonus track)
4.Charlesville - (bonus track)
5.Bags Of Blues
6.Deed I Do
7.Blue Funk
Disc 2
1.Soul Brothers
2.Bag's Guitar Blues
3.Soul Meeting
4.Hallelujah I Love Her So
5.Blue Genius
6.X-Ray Blues
7.Love On My Mind









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Album Title

The Early Years

Would You Believe?

Ray Charles

Blues Is My Middle Name

The Birth of a Legend


1.Honey, Honey
2.What Have I Done
3.You'll Always Miss Your Water
4.She's On The Ball
5.How Long
6.Some Day
7.Ain't That Fine
8.Kissa Me Baby
9.Guitar Blues
10.Walkin' And Talkin'


1.I'll Take Care Of You
2.Your Love Keeps Me Satisfied
3.Ellie, My Love
4.I Can't Get Enough
5.Let's Get Back To Where We Left Off (with Peggy Scott)
6.Child Support, Alimony
7.Fresh Out Of Tears
8.Living Without You
9.Where're The Stairs?
10.Leave Him!

1.I Can't Stop Loving You
2.I've Got A Woman
3.What'd I Say
4.Making Believe
5.Makin' Whoopee
6.Unchain My Heart
8.Cryin' Time
9.Together Again
10.Mess Around
11.Georgia On My Mind
12.Born To Lose
14.Take These Chains From My Heart
16.Hit The Road, Jack
17.Eleanor Rigby

1.I'm Sittin' On Top Of The World
2.Kiss Me Baby
3.I'm Gonna Drown Myself
4.Snow Is Falling (I Used To Be So Happy)
5.Blues Is My Middle Name
6.I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
7.See See Rider
8.Hey Now
9.Tell Me Baby
10.All To Myself Alone
11.Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand
12.I Won't Let You Go
13.I'm Glad For You Sake
14.Walkin' And Talkin'
15.I'm Wonderin' And Wonderin'
16.I Found My Baby There

1.I Love You, I Love You
2.Confession Blues
3.Alone In This City
4.Can Anyone Ask For More?
5.Let's Have A Ball
6.Rockin' Chair Blues
7.If I Give You My Love
8.Can't You See Darling?
9.This Love Of Mine
10.How Long Blues
11.Blues Before Sunrise
12.Sentimental Blues, A
13.You'll Never Miss The Water
14.Ain't That Fine
15.Don't Put All Your Dreams In One Basket
16.Sittin' On Top Of The World
17.I've Had My Fun
18.See See Rider
19.What Have I Done?
20.Honey Honey
21.She's On The Ball








Album Title

The Birth of a Legend (continued)

My World

Strong Love Affair

Genius Loves Company



Disc 2
1.Ego Song, Th'
2.Late In The Evening Blues
4.I'll Do Anything But Work
5.I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
6.All To Myself
7.Lonely Boy
8.Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand
9.I'm Glad For You Sake
10.Baby Won't You Please Come Home
11.Kissa Me Baby
12.Hey Now
13.Snow Is Falling, The
14.Misery In My Heart
15.Let Me Hear You Call My Name
16.Why Did You Go?
17.I'm Wondering And Wondering
18.Walkin' And Talkin'
19.Guitar Blues
20.Back Home

1.My World
2.Song For You, A
3.None Of Us Are Free
4.So Help Me God
5.Let Me Take Over
6.One Drop Of Love
7.If I Could
8.Love Has A Mind Of Its Own
9.I'll Be There
10.Still Crazy After All These Years

1.All She Wants To Do Is Love Me
2.Say No More
3.No Time To Waste Time
5.Tell Me What You Want Me To Do
6.Strong Love Affair
7.Everybody's Handsome Child
8.Out Of My Life
9.Fever, The
10.Separate Ways
11.I Need A Good Woman Bad
12.If You Give Me Your Heart

1. Here We Go Again - Features Norah Jones
2. Sweet Potato Pie - Features James Taylor
3. You Don't Know Me - Features Diana Krall
4. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - Features Elton John
5. Fever - Features Natalie Cole
6. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind - Features Bonnie Raitt
7. It Was A Very Good Year - Features Willie Nelson
8. Hey Girl - Features Michael McDonald
9. Sinner's Prayer - Features B.B. King
10. Heaven Help Us All - Features Gladys Knight
11. Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Features Johnny Mathis
12. Crazy Love - Features Van Morrison



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