Just Between Us (Ray Charles album)

Just Between Us is an album by the American singer Ray Charles, released by Columbia Records in 1988.[1] The songs included on it represents all the styles that Charles performed until the early 1990s, which combined R&B, soul, country, blues and pop.

Just Between Us
Studio album by Ray Charles
Released July 1988
Genre R&B, soul, country soul
Label Crossover
Producer Ray Charles
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Track listing

  1. "Nothing Like a Hundred Miles"
  2. "I Wish I'd Never Loved You at All"
  3. "Too Hard to Love You"
  4. "Now I Don't Believe That Anymore"
  5. "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
  6. "Stranger in My Hometown"
  7. "Over the Top"
  8. "I'd Walk a Little More for You"
  9. "If That's What'cha Want"
  10. "Save the Bones for Henry Jones"

Personnel

  • B.B. King – guitar on "Nothing Like a Hundred Miles"
  • Gladys Knight – vocals on "I Wish I'd Never Loved You at All"
  • Lou Rawls – vocals on "Save the Bones for Henry Jones"

References

  1. "Just Between Us (Ray Charles)". Chicago Tribune.


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