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Playlist of Blues Brothers and Ray Charles

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  • The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather

    2:51

    The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Stay in touch with The Blues Brothers…

    Official Website
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

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  • Shake A Tail Feather

    3:04

    Provided to YouTube by Valleyarm Digital Distribution

    Shake A Tail Feather · Blues Brothers Tribute Band

    Chicago Blues - New Music from the Blues Brothers Films

    ℗ Zenith Blue

    Released on: 2013-12-03

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Hit The Road Jack

    2:47



    [ Hit the Road Jack and don'tcha come back
    No more no more no more no more,
    Hit the Road Jack and don'tcha come back no more ]

    What'd you say
    [ repeat ]

    Old woman old woman, oh you treat me so mean,
    You're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen,
    Well I guess if you say so
    I'll have to pack my things and go (that's right)
    [ repeat ]

    What'd you say
    [ repeat ]

    Now baby, listen baby, don't you treat me this-a way
    'Cause I'll be back on my feet some day,
    Don't care if you do, cause it's understood,
    You ain't got no money, you just ain't no good
    Well I guess if you say so
    I'll have to pack my things and go

    That's right
    [ repeat ]

    What'd you say
    [ repeat ]

    Well ... don'tcha come back no more
    Uh, whud jou say? -- don'tcha come back no more
    I didn't understand you. -- don'tcha come back no more
    You can't mean that -- don'tcha come back no more
    Aw now Baby, please. -- don'tcha come back no more
    What you tryin to do to me!? -- don'tcha come back no more

  • Aretha Franklin - Think

    5:34

    Aretha Franklin's Think from the movie The Blues Brothers (1980).

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  • The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    3:24

    The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom

    3:00

    Copyright © Universal Studios; All rights reserved.

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  • Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    2:54

    'Minnie the Moocher' from the film Blues Brothers. I do NOT own the video. I highly recommend you watch both the Blues Brothers films. Links to other Blues Brothers songs:

    Jailhouse Rock

    Sweet Home Chicago

    Everybody Needs Somebody

  • Ray Charles and The Blues Brothers Shake A Tailfeather

    2:51

    Shake a Tail Feather (Otha Hayes, Verlie Rice, and Andre Williams) is a song originally recorded in 1963 by the Chicago-based group The Five Du-Tones

    Lyrics

    Well I heard about the fellow
    you've been dancing with
    All over the neighbourhood
    So why didn't you ask me baby
    Or didn't you think I could?

    Well I know that the
    boogaloo is out of sight
    but the shingaling's the thing tonight
    But if that was you and me a now baby
    I would have shown you
    how to do it right
    Do it right (U-huh)
    Do it right (Do it right)
    Do it right
    Do it right
    Do it right
    Aaah

    Twistin', shake it shake it
    shake it shake it baby
    Hey we gonna loop de loop
    Shake it out baby
    Hey we gonna loop de la
    Bend over let me see ya
    shake your tailfeather
    Bend over let me see ya
    shake your tailfeather
    Come on let me see ya
    shake your tailfeather
    Come on let me see ya
    shake your tailfeather
    Aaah

    Come on, come on baby
    Come on, yeah, come on babe, alright

    Do the twist
    Do the fly
    Do the swim
    And do the bird
    Well do the duck
    Aaah, and do the monkey
    Hey hey, watusi
    And a what about the food
    Do the mashed potato
    What about the boogaloo
    Oh, the bony marony
    Come on let's do the twist
    Aaah

    Twistin', shake it shake it
    shake it shake it baby

    Twistin', shake it shake it
    shake it shake it baby

    Twistin', shake it shake it
    shake it shake it baby

    oh

  • Henri Salvador & Ray Charles « Le blues du dentiste » Les Victoires de la Musique 1996

    3:49

    Souvenez vous de ce duo : Salvador & Ray Charles c'était en 1996 !

    Retrouvez le palmarès 1996 :

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  • Blues Brothers and Ray Charles - Twist it

    2:59

  • The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think

    3:16

    The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
    Subscribe to The Blues Brothers YouTube Channel

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    Official Website
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    Listen to the official playlists…

    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Blues Brothers - Shake A Tail Feather

    2:22

    Song From the 1980s Blues Brothers Film. The Blues Brothers film does not belong to me...however I did crop this vid therefor its now my masterpiece...I own this vid... =P

  • The Very Best of Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin - Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin Playlist 2020

    1:33:51

    The Very Best of Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin - Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin Playlist 2020
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  • Blues Brothers and Ray Charles - Twist It

    2:41

    Mighty Blues Brother says with other blues legend Ray Charles.

  • Blues Brothers feat. Ray Charles - Twist It! bass cover / HD 720p 2.0

    3:00

    Modern and evolved remake of the first video i ever uploaded on Youtube..to celebrate the late quality improvement :)

    Link to the original video:


    Fender Standard Jazz Bass on Eko-pl60b
    Logitech Webcam Pro 9000
    Mic: Microsoft Lifechat LX-3000

  • The Blues Brothers Feat. Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather / Piano Cover

    2:51

    Shake A Tail Feather by The Blues Brothers Feat. Ray Charles (Piano Cover) performed by Andy Hushon-Brown
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    Shake a Tail Feather has been covered by many other artists over the years. Ray Charles covered and performed the song during his scenes in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers in a version that included calls for various 1960s dances, such as the Twist, the Monkey, The Fly, The Swim, The Frug and the Mashed Potato, The Boogaloo to be performed by a crowd gathered outside Ray's Music Exchange.
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  • Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack on Saturday Live 1996

    3:34

    Ray Charles in top form on the UK show 'Saturday Live' broadcast 8 June 1996. I can personally recommend his autobiography 'Brother Ray' if you want to learn more about the genius of Ray Charles

  • Ray Charles & Milt Jackson - How Long Blues

    9:19

    From the album Soul Brothers / Soul Meeting.

  • Respect - Blues Brothers featuring Aretha Franklin

    2:57

    From: The Blues Brothers 2000

  • The Blues Brothers - The Old Landmark

    2:59

    The Blues Brothers - The Old Landmark (feat. James Brown with Rev. James Cleveland Choir) (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
    Subscribe to The Blues Brothers YouTube Channel

    Stay in touch with The Blues Brothers…

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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

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  • Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather

    2:46

    Shake a Tail Feather (Otha Hayes, Verlie Rice, and Andre Williams) is a song originally recorded in 1963 by the Chicago-based group The Five Du-Tones.
    Shake a Tail Feather has been covered by many other artists over the years, perhaps most notably by Ray Charles, who performed the song during his scenes in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. This version of the song includes calls for various 1960s dances, including the Twist, the Monkey, The Frug and The Mashed Potato, to be performed by a crowd gathered outside Ray's Music Exchange.

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    ALL RIGHTS BELONGS TO RAY CHARLES - This cover was made just for fun
    NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin: Greatest Hits 2020 - The Very Best of Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin

    1:28:17

    Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin: Greatest Hits 2020 - The Very Best of Ray Charles & Aretha Franklin
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  • The Blues Brothers - Funky Nassau.mp4

    4:03

    In addition to recognized soul and R&B stars James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin, the members of The Blues Brothers band are notable for their musical accomplishments as well. Steve Cropper and Donald Dunn are architects of the Stax Records sound and were half of Booker T. & the M.G.'s - it is Cropper's guitar heard at the start of the Sam & Dave song Soul Man. Horn players Lou Marini, Tom Malone, and Alan Rubin had all played in Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Saturday Night Live band. Drummer Willie Hall had played in The Bar-Kays and backed Isaac Hayes. Matt Murphy is a veteran blues guitarist. Blues performers were featured in the cast as well, with John Lee Hooker backed by harmonica player Big Walter Horton and pianist Pinetop Perkins, playing Boom Boom on Maxwell Street.
    As the band developed at Saturday Night Live, pianist Paul Shaffer was part of the act and was cast in the film. However, due to contractual obligations with SNL, he was unable to participate. So actor-musician Murphy Dunne (whose father, George Dunne, was the Cook County Board President) was hired to take his role.[4] Shaffer later did appear in Blues Brothers 2000

    FUNKY NASSAU debuted on the Billboard 100 chart #94, Peaked #15, and stayed on for 14 Weeks They released an album entitled Funky Nassau in 1971 on Alston Records (a subsidiary of Atlantic Records), and the track Funky Nassau - Part I became a hit single in the U.S., peaking at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #7 on the Billboard Black Singles chart. The same track reached #31 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1974.


    The Beginning of the End was a group from The Bahamas that consisted of three brothers, Raphael, Leroy & Frank Munnings and a fourth member on bass Fred Henfield. Their only hit Funky Nassau on Billboard's Hot 100 was a lyrical ode to their home city. From its junkanoo beat to its island brass parts mixed with American funk, its description of mini-skirts, maxi-skirts and Afro hairdos,the song extolled the virtues of the group's Bahamian base.
    A surprise hit, it reached the top 15 on both the pop and R&B charts. It was a success for Henry Stone during his days at Atlantic Records, and the money he earned helped him start up TK Records in Miami shortly thereafter.
    Funky Nassau 40th. Anniversary Celebrated in Nassau Bahamas October 2011 at a concert for the victims of hurricane Irene hosted by GEMS FM. Raphael Munnings of the musical group Beginning of the End introduces Raphael Munnings II first time on stage together a Historic Event. Much thanks to group Visage for their help and support. A U-Star Video Production. Videographer: Wendy Munnings Editor: Raphael Munnings Contact us email: funkynassau87@hotmail.com
    rphlmunn@gmail.com

    This clip puts the icing on the cake along with a live performance by Carlos Santana and once again putt the BAHAMAS on the MUSICAL MAP.
    Blues Brothers 2000
    Main article: Blues Brothers 2000
    With Landis again directing, the sequel to The Blues Brothers was made in 1998. It fared considerably worse than its predecessor with fans and critics, though it is more ambitious in terms of musical performances by the band and has a more extensive roster of guest artists than the first film. The story picks up 18 years later with Elwood being released from prison, and learning that his brother, Jake Blues, has died. He is once again prevailed upon to save some orphans, and with a 10-year-old boy named Buster Blues (J. Evan Bonifant) in tow, Elwood again sets about the task of reuniting his band. He recruits some new singers, Mighty Mack (John Goodman) and Cab (Joe Morton), a policeman who was Curtis' son. All the original band members are found, as well as some performers from the first film, including Aretha Franklin and James Brown. There are dozens of other guest performers, including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Isaac Hayes, Sam Moore, Taj Mahal and Jonny Lang, Blues Traveler, as well as an all-star supergroup led by B. B. King called the Louisiana Gator Boys. On the run from the police, Russian mafia and a racist militia, the band eventually ends up in Louisiana, where they enter a battle of the bands overseen by a voodoo practitioner named Queen Moussette (Erykah Badu). During a song by the Blues Brothers (a Caribbean number called Funky Nassau), a character played by Paul Shaffer asks to cut in on keyboards, which Murph allows. This marks the first time in a film that the Blues Brothers play with their original keyboardist.
    Dan Aykroyd (Elwood Blues), J. Evan Bonifant (Buster), John Goodman (Mighty Mack McTeer) and Joe Morton (Cabel) and cameos by B. B. King, James Brown, Sam Moore, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Willie Hall, Matt Murphy, Aretha Franklin, Donald Dunn, Steve Cropper, Tom Malone, Jonny Lang, Wilson Pickett, Steve Lawrence and Erykah Badu.

  • Ray Charles - Whatd I Say

    4:20

    Sao Paulo, Brazil (22 September 1963)

    Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 -- June 10, 2004) was an American singer-songwriter, musician and composer known as Ray Charles. He was a pioneer in the genre of soul music during the 1950s by fusing rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues styles into his early recordings with Atlantic Records. He also helped racially integrate country and pop music during the 1960s with his crossover success on ABC Records, most notably with his Modern Sounds albums. While with ABC, Charles became one of the first African-American musicians to be given artistic control by a mainstream record company. The influences upon his music were mainly jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, and country artists of the day such as Art Tatum, Nat King Cole, Louis Jordan, Charles Brown, and Louis Armstrong. His playing reflected influences from country blues, barrelhouse and stride piano styles. Frank Sinatra called Charles the only true genius in show business, although Charles downplayed this notion. He was blind since age 7.




    What'd I Say (or What I Say) is a an American Rock n rollR&B song, by Ray Charles released in 1959 as a single divided into two parts. It was improvised one evening late in 1958 when Charles, his orchestra, and backup singers had played their entire set list at a show and still had time left; the response from many audiences was so enthusiastic that Charles announced to his producer that he was going to record it. After his run of R&B hits, this song finally broke Charles into mainstream pop music and itself sparked a new sub-genre of R&B titled soul, finally putting together all the elements that Charles had been creating since he recorded I Got a Woman in 1954. The gospel and rhumba influences combined with the sexual innuendo in the song made it not only widely popular but very controversial to both white and black audiences. It earned Ray Charles his first gold record and has been one of the most influential songs in R&B and rock and roll history. For the rest of his career, Charles closed every concert with the song. It was added to the National Recording Registry in 2002 and ranked at number 10 in Rolling Stone's The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.


    Lyrics:

    Hey mama, don't you treat me wrong
    Come and love your daddy all night long
    All right, all right, all right, all right, all right now
    When you see me in misery
    Come on baby, see about me
    Now, now, all right now
    See the girl with the red dress on
    She can Birdland all night long
    All right, all right, all right, all right, all right now

    See the girl with the diamond ring
    She knows how to shake that thing
    All right, all right, all right now, all right, all right now
    Tell your mama, tell your pa
    I'm gonna send you back to Arkansas
    Oh yes, ma'm, you don't do right, don't do right

    What'd I say
    Tell me what'd I say, now
    Tell me what'd I say, yeah
    Tell me what'd I say, now
    Tell me what'd I say
    Tell me what'd I say

    I wanna know
    I wanna know
    And-a I wanna know
    And I wanna know
    And-a I wanna know
    I wanna know yeah

    Awh it's all right (baby it's all right)
    Said that it's all right right now (baby it's all right)
    Said that it's all right (baby it's all right)
    Said that it's all right yeah (baby it's all right)
    Said that it's all right (baby it's all right)
    Said that it's all right (baby it's all right)


    Shake that thing now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing now now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing right now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)

    Ah! Make me feel so good (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good now yeah (make me feel so good)
    Woah! Baby (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good yeah (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good yeah (make me feel so good)

    Oh one more time (just one more time)
    Say it one more time right now (just one more time)
    Say it one more time now (just one more time)
    Say it one more time yeah (just one more time)
    Say it one more time (just one more time)
    Say it one more time yeah (just one more time)

  • The Blues Brothers - Funky Nassau - YouTube.flv Bahamas experience

    4:03

    In addition to recognized soul and R&B stars James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin, the members of The Blues Brothers band are notable for their musical accomplishments as well. Steve Cropper and Donald Dunn are architects of the Stax Records sound and were half of Booker T. & the M.G.'s - it is Cropper's guitar heard at the start of the Sam & Dave song Soul Man. Horn players Lou Marini, Tom Malone, and Alan Rubin had all played in Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Saturday Night Live band. Drummer Willie Hall had played in The Bar-Kays and backed Isaac Hayes. Matt Murphy is a veteran blues guitarist. Blues performers were featured in the cast as well, with John Lee Hooker backed by harmonica player Big Walter Horton and pianist Pinetop Perkins, playing Boom Boom on Maxwell Street.
    As the band developed at Saturday Night Live, pianist Paul Shaffer was part of the act and was cast in the film. However, due to contractual obligations with SNL, he was unable to participate. So actor-musician Murphy Dunne (whose father, George Dunne, was the Cook County Board President) was hired to take his role.[4] Shaffer later did appear in Blues Brothers 2000

    FUNKY NASSAU debuted on the Billboard 100 chart #94, Peaked #15, and stayed on for 14 Weeks They released an album entitled Funky Nassau in 1971 on Alston Records (a subsidiary of Atlantic Records), and the track Funky Nassau - Part I became a hit single in the U.S., peaking at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #7 on the Billboard Black Singles chart. The same track reached #31 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1974.


    The Beginning of the End was a group from The Bahamas that consisted of three brothers, Raphael, Leroy & Frank Munnings and a fourth member on bass Fred Henfield. Their only hit Funky Nassau on Billboard's Hot 100 was a lyrical ode to their home city. From its junkanoo beat to its island brass parts mixed with American funk, its description of mini-skirts, maxi-skirts and Afro hairdos,the song extolled the virtues of the group's Bahamian base.
    A surprise hit, it reached the top 15 on both the pop and R&B charts. It was a success for Henry Stone during his days at Atlantic Records, and the money he earned helped him start up TK Records in Miami shortly thereafter.
    Funky Nassau 40th. Anniversary Celebrated in Nassau Bahamas October 2011 at a concert for the victims of hurricane Irene hosted by GEMS FM. Raphael Munnings of the musical group Beginning of the End introduces Raphael Munnings II first time on stage together a Historic Event. Much thanks to group Visage for their help and support. A U-Star Video Production. Videographer: Wendy Munnings Editor: Raphael Munnings Contact us email: funkynassau87@hotmail.com
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    With Landis again directing, the sequel to The Blues Brothers was made in 1998. It fared considerably worse than its predecessor with fans and critics, though it is more ambitious in terms of musical performances by the band and has a more extensive roster of guest artists than the first film. The story picks up 18 years later with Elwood being released from prison, and learning that his brother, Jake Blues, has died. He is once again prevailed upon to save some orphans, and with a 10-year-old boy named Buster Blues (J. Evan Bonifant) in tow, Elwood again sets about the task of reuniting his band. He recruits some new singers, Mighty Mack (John Goodman) and Cab (Joe Morton), a policeman who was Curtis' son. All the original band members are found, as well as some performers from the first film, including Aretha Franklin and James Brown. There are dozens of other guest performers, including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Isaac Hayes, Sam Moore, Taj Mahal and Jonny Lang, Blues Traveler, as well as an all-star supergroup led by B. B. King called the Louisiana Gator Boys. On the run from the police, Russian mafia and a racist militia, the band eventually ends up in Louisiana, where they enter a battle of the bands overseen by a voodoo practitioner named Queen Moussette (Erykah Badu). During a song by the Blues Brothers (a Caribbean number called Funky Nassau), a character played by Paul Shaffer asks to cut in on keyboards, which Murph allows. This marks the first time in a film that the Blues Brothers play with their original keyboardist.
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  • Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack

    2:20

    Videoclip de Ray Charles

    Lyrics / Letra Ray Charles Hit The Road Jack
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    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)
    What you say?
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)

    Woah Woman, oh woman, don't treat me so mean,
    You're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen.
    I guess if you said so
    I'd have to pack my things and go. (That's right)

    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)
    What you say?
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)

    Now baby, listen baby, don't ya treat me this-a way
    Cause I'll be back on my feet some day.
    (Don't care if you do 'cause it's understood)
    (you ain't got no money you just ain't no good.)
    Well, I guess if you say so
    I'd have to pack my things and go. (That's right)

    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)
    What you say?
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.)
    (Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more.)

    Well
    (don't you come back no more.)
    Uh, what you say?
    (don't you come back no more.)
    I didn't understand you
    (don't you come back no more.)
    You can't mean that
    (don't you come back no more.)
    Oh, now baby, please
    (don't you come back no more.)
    What you tryin' to do to me?
    (don't you come back no more.)
    Oh, don't treat me like that
    (don't you come back no more.)

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    Hit the road Jack
    It was recorded by singer-songwriter-pianist Ray Charles with the Raelettes vocalist Margie Hendricks.
    La canción es un diálogo entre Ray Charles y The Raelettes, el coro femenino liderado por Marjorie Hendricks.

    Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 -- June 10, 2004) was an American singer-songwriter and composer.
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    Ray Charles Robinson (23 de septiembre de 1930 - 10 de junio de 2004) fue un cantante, saxofonista1 y pianista de soul, R&B y jazz, ciego desde la infancia.

  • Willie Nelson - Seven Spanish Angels

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    He looked down into her brown eyes and said, Say a prayer for me
    She threw her arms around him whispered, God will keep us free
    They could hear the riders comin' he said, This is my last fight
    If they take me back to Texas they won't take me back alive

    There were seven Spanish angels at the altar of the sun
    They were praying for the lovers in the valley of the guns
    When the battle stopped and the smoke cleared
    There was thunder from the throne
    And seven Spanish angels took another angel home

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  • Ray Charles Blues

    3:06

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    Ain't That Fine

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    Composer: RAY CHARLES

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  • The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Official Audio)
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    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • The Robinson Brothers - Hit The Road Jack - Ont Sofa Gibson Sessions

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  • Ray Charles - Georgia On My Mind

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    Ray Charles was one of the true pioneers of soul music. Born in Georgia in 1930 he was one of the first performers to mix gospel, R & B and jazz to create a new form of black pop music that would come to be known as soul. His voice and delivery were strikingly different and instantly recognisable. He had his first hits in the early 50's and was still hitting the charts into the 21st century. His death in June 2004 from liver disease was front page news around the world.

    This concert was filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 19, 1997 and features Ray Charles and his orchestra, led by sax player Al Jackson, and of course The Raelettes.

    The full performance is available on the Eagle Vision DVD Live at Montreux 1997, out now.

  • The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • Ray Charles and Jackie Mason SIng the Blues on The Smothers

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    Ray Charles and Jackie Mason on Season 3 of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

  • The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin

    3:07

    The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin' (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

    7:48

    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Flip, Flop & Fly

    3:39

    The Blues Brothers - Flip, Flop & Fly (Live Version) (Official Audio)
    From 'Briefcase Full Of Blues' (1978)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • Ray Charles - Hallelujah I Love Her So

    2:38

    Ray Charles - Hallelujah I Love Her So from the CD 'the definitive Ray Charles' © 2001 Warner Strategic Marketing, Warner Music International for the World outside of the US, all rights reserved

  • The Blues Brothers - Opening: I Cant Turn You Loose

    1:48

    The Blues Brothers - Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose (Live Version) (Official Audio)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • Ray Charles: Careless Love Official Audio

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    Regarded by many critics as Ray Charles' best studio albums, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Volumes 1 & 2 have been considered by countless music publications to not only be landmark albums in American music but some of the greatest albums ever recorded.

    Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Vol.1 became an instant classic when it was first released in 1962. The album's integration of soul and country music bent racial barriers in popular music, amid the height of the Civil Rights Movement. In the process of recording the album, Charles became one of the first African-American musicians to exercise complete artistic control over his own recording career.

    The album charted at #1 for 17 weeks and was certified RIAA Gold – the first country album to ever achieve that honor. Since then, Vol. 1 has since been inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, along with its chart-topping single “I Can’t Stop Loving You”, for historical significance.

    The success led to the recording of Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, Vol. 2. Focusing more on balladry, one side featured performances by the Ray Charles Big Band with the Raelettes, and the other with a string section and the Jack Halloran Singers. Like its predecessor, it was released to both critical and commercial acclaim.

    Both volumes are now available on remastered CD, digital and vinyl, with a deluxe audiophile vinyl package coming in the spring.


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  • How Long Blues

    9:17

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    How Long Blues · Ray Charles · Milt Jackson

    Atlantic Jazz: Soul

    ℗ 1957 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Guitar: Clifton Skeeter Best
    Drums: Conrad Connie Kay Kimon
    Piano, Vibraphone: Milton Bags Jackson
    Double Bass: Oscar Pettiford
    Piano: Ray Charles
    Alto Saxophone: Ray Charles
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    Writer: Leroy Carr

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  • Shake A Tail Feather - Ray Charles and featured on The Blues Brothers soundtrack

    1:47

    Shake A Tail Feather - as sung by Ray Charles and featured in the movie The Blues Brothers and on BBC Strictly Come Dancing 2018, danced by Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev!

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    Shake Your Tailfeather - Blues Brothers Ft. Ray Charles / Piano Tutorial INTERMEDIATE / Sheetmusic
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    Shake a Tail Feather Ray Charles cover by Sarah Collins. Also covered by the Blues Brothers
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  • Hit the Road Jack - BluesBrothers version

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    Artist - Ray Charles
    Cover - BlueBrothers
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    What'd you say
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    Old woman old woman, oh you treat me so mean
    You're the meanest old woman that I ever have seen
    Well I guess if you say so
    I'll have to pack my things and go (that's right)
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    What'd you say
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    Now baby, listen baby, don't you treat me this way
    Cause I'll be back on my feet some day
    Don't care if you do, cause it's understood
    You ain't got no money, you just a no good
    Well I guess if you say so
    I'll have to pack my things and go (that's right)
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    What'd you say
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more no more no more no more
    Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back
    No more
    Well
    Uh, what you say?
    Don't cha come back
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  • Bags of Blues - Ray Charles and Milt Jackson

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    Ray Charles -- vocals, piano
    Milt Jackson -- vibraphone
    Billy Mitchell -- tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell -- guitar
    Oscar Pettiford -- bass
    Percy Heath -- bass
    Connie Kay -- drums
    Art Taylor -- drums

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    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Bags' Guitar Blues (2005 Mono Remaster) · Ray Charles · Milt Jackson

    Pure Genius: The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1952-1959

    ℗ 1958 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International for the world outside of the United States.

    Drums: Conrad Connie Kay Kimon
    Guitar: Milton Bags Jackson
    Double Bass: Oscar Pettiford
    Piano: Ray Charles
    Engineer: Tom Dowd
    Tenor Saxophone: Willie Melvin Billy Mitchell
    Writer: Knowles Fred Rose
    Writer: Milton Bags Jackson
    Writer: Walter Hirsch

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