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Ray Charles – Have A Look At This

September 28, 2006

Check this out – it’s a really lovely little piece on Ray Charles from Cafedelnightmare. Well worth a look.

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  1. JDA permalink

    How strange…I have just bought the remastered ‘Kevin Ayers’ album "Bananamour" (which is brill) there is a track on it called "When your parents go to sleep" and Mr Ayers needed it to be sung in the style of Mr Ray Charles! nothing to do with the link you put here, but, how odd?

  2. rockmother permalink

    Life’s weird like that – things like that happen to me quite alot.

  3. the whales permalink

    Ha ha ha – The Romo for Real 2 – laughing out loud and i can only assume it’s because out of nowhere, while you were talking about Barry Manilow and Garageband, suddenly i could hear the J Geils Band?!<br/><br/>Excellent! I don’t know why i’m finding it so hilarious. I’ll download the others when i get more time. Great stuff.

  4. the whales permalink

    Walking home earlier today i was wondering what i would open a "First Ever Whales Podcast" with and decided it would be something by Elvis Costello, probably "watching The Detectives".<br/><br/>Oddly – i’m now listening to it on RoMo’s Podcast 7!

  5. rockmother permalink

    Whales – thanks for dropping by and listening too. Glad you are enjoying the podcasts. I’ve got another up my sleeve to be churned out shortly.

  6. Pod permalink

    olive! thanks so much for popping in to pod’s world. i got a little inspired by your comment about seeing the other worlds in sunsets etc. left a response for you, and i will let you know when i post the rockmother-inspired post. hurrah!

  7. rockmother permalink

    Hurray! And I’ve put up another Anglia moment for you podster!

  8. Pod permalink

    hoorah! but where is it? i’m gaggin for it!

  9. SimonHolyHoses permalink

    I once laboured under the misapprehension that the lyrics to the Frankie Goes to Hollywood song <i>Rage Hard</i> were in fact "Ray Charles".<br/><br/>The truth entailed a moment of agonising disappointment, I can assure.

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