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Bobby Rosengarden, 1994 (during "Trio 1994" session).


 

Bobby Rosengarden -  ATCO


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[U.S. LP]

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[LP cover above is from the rare version on the London/Atlantic label]


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[The same album, released in 1966 by UK Polydor on the Atlantic label]

Ben E. King, "Sings For Soulful Lovers", Atco #33-137/SD 33-137 (1962).[LP]

Ben E. King, "Sings For Soulful Lovers", London/Atlantic [UK] #HA-K 8026 (196_).[LP]

Ben E. King, "Sings For Soulful Lovers", Atlantic [UK] #587 055 (1966).[LP]

Entire album arranged/conducted by Klaus Ogermann.

Bobby Rosengarden plays percussion on the following tracks:

What A Difference A Day Made
He Will Break Your Heart
Because Of You
My Heart Cries For You
Moon River
My Foolish Heart
On The Street Where You Live
Ya Ya (unissued)
Fever

Produced by Ahmet Ertegun.

 
Tracklist:

My Heart Cries For You

He Will Break Your Heart

Dream Lover

Will You Love Me Tomorrow

My Foolish Heart

Fever

Moon River

What A Difference A Day Made

Because Of You

At Last

On The Street Where You Live

It's All In The Game



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The Other Ray Charles, "Memories of a Middle Aged Movie Fan", Atco #SD33 263 (1968).[LP]

Bobby Rosengarden plays drums on this album.

Tracklist:


Side 1


1 Did I Remember

2 Easy To Love

3 I Can’t Escape From You

4 If I Should Lose You

5 It’s Been So Long

6 Pennies From Heaven


Side 2

1 Summer Night

2 Twilight on the Trail

3 The Way You Look Tonight

4 When I’m With You

5 You Turned The Tables On Me

6 Goodnight My Love


Notes:

While Ray Charles has always sung, he has only recorded one solo album, “Memories of a Middle-Aged Movie Fan” on Atlantic Records. It composed of songs from movies released in 1936. He gathered a group of his musician friends together: Nick Perito on accordion, Tony Mottola on guitar, Bob Haggart on bass, Dick Hyman on keyboards, Toots Theilemans, Doc Severinsen, Phil Bodner and his brother-in-law Bobby Rosengarden on drums. A labor of love for all, Charles' tenor voice does justice to "You’d Be So Easy To Love", "Did I Remember", "Pennies From Heaven" and the other classics from that year.



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