Album: The Genius Of Ray Charles, Atlantic 1312, October 1959.
Single (A): May 1961, Atlantic 2106 b/w It Should Have Been Me.
Recorded on May 6, 1959 in New York with Bob Brookmeyer - tb; Ted Sommer - d; Allen Hanlon - g; Wendell Marshall - b; unidentified woodwinds, strings and singers. Ralph Burns - arranger, director.
Am I Blue (2)
Album: A Portrait Of Ray, ABC/Tangerine 625, March 1968.
For this album Ray recorded a new interpretation of the song - in itself a unique fact; it's the only song he studio-recorded for both Atlantic and Tangerine. This is also the arrangement that Ray from then on would perform live - many times in incredibly bluesy voice/trumpet dialogues with Johnny Coles.
Recorded at RPM International in Los Angeles in February 1968. With studio musicians (possibly including Carol Kaye on bass), woodwinds and a string section (all uncredited).
Portrait album (Track #3):
Japan 1975 - with Johnny Coles:
'69 LC Paris
'70 LC Prato
'70 TV Tom
'72 TV Cavett - 2x - With Dick Cavett
'75 LC Japan - Released
'76 LC Antibes
'76 LC Stuttgart
'78 LC Boston
'81 DM 20
'90 RS Piano - Just the basic song (p, voc)