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14 February 2010

Come Live With Me (1974)

Probably the least reproducable
album cover in the history
of the record industry.
  1. Till There Was You
  2. If You Go Away
  3. It Takes So Little Time
  4. Come Live With Me
  5. Somebody
  6. Problems, Problems
  7. Where Was He
  8. Louise
  9. Everybody Sing 
Ray left ABC Records, and started his own label Crossover. Come Live With Me folows the sandwich formula, with soulful pop ballads on side one, and some raucous R&B, mixed with a splash of country on side two.

Recorded at RPM International in Los Angeles. Sid Feller took care of the arrangements.

With The Ray Charles Orchestra and The Raelettes. All individuals remained uncredited, but Tony Horowitz and  Ken Tussing (both on trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone) and David T. Walker (guitar) contributed.

Crossover 9000, 1974-01.

*Information (partially) kindly provided by Tony Horowitz and Ken Tussing.

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