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Album Review

16 Biggest Hits may be missing some noteworthy songs, but it does provide an excellent summary of Ray Price's Columbia recordings between 1956 and 1973. Since it does contain the majority of his best-known songs — "Crazy Arms," "I've Got a New Heartache," "City Lights," "Heartaches by the Number," "The Same Old Me," "Make the World Go Away," "For the Good Times," "You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me," "She's Got to Be a Saint" — at a mid-line price, it's an excellent introductory collection.

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Ray Price A Real Hereo

One of many Ray Price Songs that just get your heart and soul. Bcs


Born: January 12, 1926 in Perryville, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ray Price covered -- and kicked up -- as much musical turf as any country singer of the postwar era. He was lionized as the man who saved hard country when Nashville went pop, and vilified as the man who went pop when hard country was starting to call its own name with pride. Actually, he was no more than a musically ambitious singer, always looking for the next challenge for a voice that could bring down roadhouse walls. Circa 1949, Price cut his first record for Bullet in Dallas. In 1951, he was...
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