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Why Did You Make Me Care? - James Ray (4) - Country Style (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. James Ray () The Old Man And The Mule Lazy Bones I've Got My Mind Set On You St. James Infirmary Come Rain Or Come Shine If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody Without A Song Teach Me Tonight A Miracle It's Been A Drag Welcome To The Floor Itty Bitty Pieces External links (return to top of page) Look this artist up at: MySpace • Amazon • setosgirabrafaderdiawithsgimixo.coinfo iTunes: James Ray AllMusic: James Ray.
  2. 4. If You Gotta Make A Fool Somebody 5. Love Me Like A Man 6. Two Long At The Fair [Side 2] 7. Under The Falling Sky 8. You Got To Know How 9. You Told Me Baby Love Has No Pride Tracks 1 to 10 are her second studio album "Give It Up" - released October in the USA on Warner Brothers BS and November in the UK on Warner Brothers /5(74).
  3. Shoop Shoop was by far Betty's biggest solo hit, maxing out at #6 pop, though Let It Be Me, her stirring duet later in the year with labelmate Jerry Butler, ventured one slot higher. Long after Vee-Jay's demise, Betty was still posting R&B hits, notably There'll Come A Time for Uni in
  4. James Ray discography and songs: Music profile for James Ray, born Genres: Soul. Albums include If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody / It's Been a Drag, Mojo Presents: Big Sensations, and John Lennon's Jukebox.
  5. James Ray remains a tragic footnote in the annals of R&B history -- a gifted singer best remembered for the classic "If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody," he died of a drug overdose while his career Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  6. They Call Me Country, an Album by Jamey Johnson. Released in on n/a. Genres: Contemporary Country.
  7. Vinyl LP pressing. debut album from the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter. The album's critical and commercial success was a breakthrough for Jones in , as it reached the top of the Billboard chart and several jazz charts/5(3).

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