Frank Sinatra father Frank Sinatra Jr. Categories : Discographies of American artists. Hidden categories: Articles with short description. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. The playlist of the tour promoting Ray Charles Invites You to Listen is not readily available, but "Here We Go Again" was the best-charting song on the album and likely on the playlist.
Later that summer, the band played Constitution Hall , Washington, D. In the fall, Charles had his first lucrative Nevada casino performances, which started with a three-week run at Harrah's Reno that was praised in Variety.
The tour also had an extended fall run at New York's Copacabana nightclub. Greenwald described the original version of "Here We Go Again" as "Another excellent example of how Ray Charles was able to fuse blues and country". Abroad, it debuted on the UK Singles Chart top 40 at number 38 on July 8, , which would be its peak. According to Will Friedwald , this song is an example of Charles vocalizing in what would ordinarily be a generally extraneous manner for dramatic effect by using a different voice than he had ever previously exhibited.
He sang " According to Allmusic, the solo version is listed at lengths between and on various albums. Charles is credited as vocalist and pianist with unknown accompaniment.
Feller is credited for having arranged and conducted the recording. Nancy Sinatra recorded a cover of the song for her album Nancy , which was her first album after ending her business relationship with producer Lee Hazlewood. Although CD Universe describes the song as a country music song,  it never charted on country music charts. According to Allmusic the original track was , but when it appeared on the compilation album Essential Nancy Sinatra , it was The following musicians performed on this track: .
The following musicians performed on this album: . Featuring , which included her "Here We Go Again" duet, she said "I got a call from Ray asking if I'd be interested in singing on this duets record. I got on the next plane and I brought my mom. We went to his studio and did it live with the band. I sang it right next to Ray, watching his mouth for the phrasing.
He was very sweet and put me at ease, which was great because I was petrified walking in there. Featuring interview that the only part that was not done live was a piano overlay that she added afterwards to complement Charles' keyboard. In the same interview, she noted that she had been given the opportunity to select a song from Charles' songbook to perform as a duet and felt that this one provided the best opportunity to harmonize rather than alternate vocal verses.
As part of Charles' Grammy Award for Album of the Year -winning Genius Loves Company , the song proved to be the most popular and critically acclaimed on the album. Although the song had its early detractors,   it received mostly favorable reviews. Several reviewers noted the complementarity of Jones and Charles. The Daily Vault 's Jason Warburg described the song as a "jazzy, slinky pas de deux " in which Charles matches Jones note for note.
The song received other specific forms of praise. Robert Christgau notes that Jones carried the vocal burden as did many of Charles's duet partners on the album. When the song was included on Jones' Featuring , which included three of her collaborations from Albums of the Year and several from albums that were nominees,  the song did not stand out.
Few of the reviews at Metacritic had substantive comments on the duet when included among her group of collaborations. Featuring , Jonathan Keefe of Slant Magazine wrote that the duet was a "more staid and less compelling recording" on the album. In December , the Jones—Charles version of the song was nominated in two categories at the 47th Grammy Awards. Song of the Year is awarded to the songwriter s of a new song or a song first achieving prominence during the eligibility year.
For the week ending September 18, , Genius Loves Company sold , copies, ranking second on the US Billboard chart and becoming Charles' highest-charting album in over 40 years. After the album earned eight Grammy Awards and the song won Record of the Year, sales picked up and the album was re-promoted. It logged six weeks on the chart. It lasted 10 weeks on the top chart. According to Allmusic, the duet version was between and on various albums. Johnny Duncan charted a version of the song for Columbia Records that missed the Hot chart.
It debuted on the Hot Country Songs chart on September 30, , peaking at number 66 and spending a total of five weeks on the chart. In , Roy Clark produced a version of the song on his Turned Loose album for Churchill Records that he performed on the November 6, season 15, episode 9 , episode of Hee Haw. It has appeared on a handful of other Martin compilation albums. Meanwhile, he praises the professional mastery of Marsalis' quintet.
The album was produced by Jimmy Bowen and Strait. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is a rhythm and blues version from the part of Charles's career when he was recording country music.
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