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The Essential Ray Price


Download links and information about The Essential Ray Price by Ray Price. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Gospel, Country genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 01:58:41 minutes.

Artist: Ray Price
Release date: 2007
Genre: Gospel, Country
Tracks: 40
Duration: 01:58:41
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No. Title Length
1. Jealous Lies 2:33
2. If You're Ever Lonely Darling 2:32
3. Weary Blues (From Waiting) 2:59
4. Talk to Your Heart 2:41
5. Release Me 2:41
6. I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) 2:26
7. Crazy Arms 2:30
8. You Done Me Wrong 2:22
9. Wasted Words 2:39
10. I've Got a New Heartache 2:42
11. My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You (Single) 2:33
12. Curtain In the Window 2:31
13. Invitation to the Blues (Single Version) 2:47
14. City Lights (Single Version) 2:57
15. Heartaches By the Number 2:57
16. The Same Old Me 2:42
17. One More Time 2:45
18. I Wish I Could Fall In Love Today 2:38
19. Heart Over Mind 2:41
20. Soft Rain 2:45
21. San Antonio Rose 3:20
22. I've Just Destroyed the World (I'm Living In) 2:20
23. Pride 2:35
24. Walk Me to the Door 3:05
25. Night Life 4:44
26. Make the World Go Away 2:32
27. Burning Memories 2:29
28. The Other Woman (In My Life) 2:57
29. Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me 2:45
30. A Way to Survive (Single) 3:00
31. I'm Still Not Over You 4:00
32. I Let My Mind Wander 2:35
33. Danny Boy (Single) 4:59
34. She Wears My Ring 3:16
35. You Wouldn't Know Love 2:55
36. For the Good Times (Single) 3:47
37. I Won't Mention It Again 3:40
38. I'd Rather Be Sorry 2:46
39. You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me 3:48
40. Faded Love (featuring Willie Nelson) 3:47



In the early fifties Ray Price was one of a handful of country bred pioneers who determinedly dragged hardcore honky-tonk, with its working class tales of bar-room violence, broken hearts, and hard times, into the cultural mainstream. Along with George Jones and Hank Williams he used sophisticated arrangements and crack instrumentalists to reawaken the mainstream to the pathos and artistry inherent in hillbilly music. But if early, rough hewn ‘50s hits like “Heartache by the Numbers” and “My Feet Keep Walking Back to You” helped to make Ray Price a star few fans of his early work could have anticipated the dramatic, and trend setting changes that Price would undergo in the following decade, when polished, string laden hits like “Nightlife” and “I’m Still Not Over You” would define the uptown sophistication of the burgeoning countrypolitan genre. It’s extraordinarily difficult to encapsulate a career as stylistically diverse and influential as Price’s in a single compilation, but the forty track Essential Ray Price serves as a fine introduction to one of the greatest vocal stylists of the twentieth century. Anyone with even a passing interest in country music ought to be familiar with Price and his work.