lunes, 28 de diciembre de 2009

JOHNNIE RAY - WIKIPEDIA Y TEMAS

Johnnie Ray


John Alvin Ray (January 10, 1927 – February 24, 1990) was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Popular for most of the 1950s, Ray has been cited by critics as a major precursor of what would become rock and roll, for his jazz and blues-influenced music and his animated stage persona.[1]

Partial discography

*CRY

1951

  • "Cry" (with The Four Lads), Columbia 30th St Studio, NYC,
    October 16, 1951; Mundell Lowe (g) Ed Safranski (b) Ed
    Shaughnessy (d) Buddy Reed (p)
  • "Give Me Time" (with The Four Lads)
  • "(Here Am I) Brokenhearted" (with The Four Lads)
  • "The Little White Cloud That Cried", Columbia 30th St Studio,
    NYC, October 15, 1951; Mundell Lowe (g) Ed Safranski
    (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Stan Freeman (p) Lucky Thompson (sax)
  • "She Didn't Say Nothin' At All"
  • "Tell The Lady I Said Goodbye"
  • "Whiskey And Gin"

1952

  • "All of Me"
  • "A Sinner Am I"
  • "Candy Lips" (with Doris Day)
  • "Coffee and Cigarettes (Think It Over)" (with The Four Lads)
  • "Don't Blame Me"
  • "Faith Can Move Mountains" (with The Four Lads)
  • "Let's Walk That-A-Way" (with Doris Day)
  • "Mountains in the Moonlight"
  • "Out in the Cold Again"
  • "Please Mr. Sun" (with The Four Lads)
  • "The Lady Drinks Champagne"
  • "Walkin' My Baby Back Home"

1953

  • "Full Time Job" (with Doris Day)
  • "Ma Says, Pa Says" (with Doris Day)
  • "Somebody Stole My Gal"

1954

1955

  • "Flip Flop and Fly"
  • "I've Got So Many Million Years"
  • "Paths of Paradise"
  • "Song of the Dreamer"

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

  • "I'll Make You Mine"

1961

  • "Lookout Chattanooga"

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