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Ray Charles, spinning his new album "Crying Time" in his office at RPM in Los Angeles (March 1966). Photo by Bill Ray.

Ray Charles, spinning his new album "Crying Time" in his office at RPM in Los Angeles (March 1966). Photo by Bill Ray.

Chicks with RC records.

Chicks with RC records.

Source: heimplanet

Source: heimplanet

Ray Charles and Tony Bennett recording Everybody Has The Blues, at the Larabee Studios in Los Angeles on January 4, 1986 ("This will be Bennett’s first album in 10 years, his first collaboration with Ray Charles. The Columbia release, due in April, will be sold in compact disc, cassette, and album simultaneously, an unusual marketing strategy").

Ray Charles and Tony Bennett recording Everybody Has The Blues, at the Larabee Studios in Los Angeles on January 4, 1986 ("This will be Bennett’s first album in 10 years, his first collaboration with Ray Charles. The Columbia release, due in April, will be sold in compact disc, cassette, and album simultaneously, an unusual marketing strategy").

Dave Holloway, working with Ray Charles in Los Angeles for a "Got Milk" radio commercial (2002). Cf. http://raycharlesvideomuseum.blogspot.nl/2010/07/ray-charles-ft-in-got-milk-campaign.html

Dave Holloway, working with Ray Charles in Los Angeles for a "Got Milk" radio commercial (2002). Cf. http://raycharlesvideomuseum.blogspot.nl/2010/07/ray-charles-ft-in-got-milk-campaign.html

Ray Charles performing at The Big T.N.T. Show,  recorded at the Moulin Rouge club in Los Angeles on November 29 and 30, 1965. From: Jet, Dec. 16, 1965.

Ray Charles performing at The Big T.N.T. Show, recorded at the Moulin Rouge club in Los Angeles on November 29 and 30, 1965. From: Jet, Dec. 16, 1965.

The Raelettes, publicity photo (1971) for their solo tour in Japan (started Feb. 12, 1971 in Tokyo). F.l.t.r. Vernita Moss, Susaye Greene, Mable John, Unidentified Singer.

The Raelettes, publicity photo (1971) for their solo tour in Japan (started Feb. 12, 1971 in Tokyo). F.l.t.r. Vernita Moss, Susaye Greene, Mable John, Unidentified Singer.

Hank Crawford, backstage at Ray Charles' first concert in London (at the Finsbury Park Astoria) on May 12, 1963. Photo by Val Wilmer.

Hank Crawford, backstage at Ray Charles' first concert in London (at the Finsbury Park Astoria) on May 12, 1963. Photo by Val Wilmer.

Ray Charles

Ray Charles

"Rehearsing with his band, Ray Charles is in complete control. In his presence, one almost forgets that he is sightless because he seems so completely aware of everything going on" (1974). Photo by Ted Williams, for Ebony.

Ray Charles - 1974

"Rehearsing with his band, Ray Charles is in complete control. In his presence, one almost forgets that he is sightless because he seems so completely aware of everything going on" (1974). Photo by Ted Williams, for Ebony.

Ray Charles at Soundblast '66 at Yankee Stadium (June 10). Raelettes f.l.t.r.: Merry Clayton, unidentified, Gwen Berry, Clydie King. Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis.

Ray Charles at Soundblast '66 at Yankee Stadium (June 10). Raelettes f.l.t.r.: Merry Clayton, unidentified, Gwen Berry, Clydie King. Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis.

Q & Ray

Quincy Jones - 1964

Q & Ray

Ray Charles, backstage with jazz promoter Rouè-Doudou Boiçel at FestiJazz, Place des Arts (Montreal, 1978).

Ray Charles, backstage with jazz promoter Rouè-Doudou Boiçel at FestiJazz, Place des Arts (Montreal, 1978).

Ray Charles playing dominoes with Chicago's Tivoli night club owner Herman Roberts (1961). Photo by David Jackson.

Ray Charles playing dominoes with Chicago's Tivoli night club owner Herman Roberts (1961). Photo by David Jackson.

Ray Charles in feature article by Mimosa magazine (Belgium), from November 1, 1961. The color (!) photo was taken at the Antibes jazz fest in July of that year. Standing f.l.t.r.: Ed Willis, Leroy Cooper, David Newman, John Hunt, Phil Guilbeau.

Ray Charles in feature article by Mimosa magazine (Belgium), from November 1, 1961. The color (!) photo was taken at the Antibes jazz fest in July of that year. Standing f.l.t.r.: Ed Willis, Leroy Cooper, David Newman, John Hunt, Phil Guilbeau.

Ray Charles and The Oak Ridge Boys at the 19th Annual Music City News Country Awards, telecast live from the Opry House in Nashville on June 10, 1985 - performing  This Old Heart (Is Gonna Rise Again).

Ray Charles and The Oak Ridge Boys at the 19th Annual Music City News Country Awards, telecast live from the Opry House in Nashville on June 10, 1985 - performing This Old Heart (Is Gonna Rise Again).