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    Ray charles on elvis


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    Lol, Ray sure didn't pull any punches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lockhartgary View Post
    Lol, Ray sure didn't pull any punches.
    None at all but he told no lies, lol.
    Last edited by glencro; 05-12-2019 at 11:32 AM.

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    Elvis was a hero to most, but ...... Well, I think you all know the rest.

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    He obviously was only "king" in terms of chart success but even he would agree with Ray Charles here.

    Ray and many other black artists of that era - Little Richard being a main one - complained about how the media hyped dude up when rock and roll was mostly a black genre dating back to the late '40s (though it didn't get its moniker until Alan Freed in 1951).

    But obviously Uncle Ray wasn't lying when he said this.

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