Ray Charles-my one pet peeve

Steve Freund stevefreund@SPEAKEASY.NET
Tue Nov 30 12:27:44 EST 2004

I would say that is a valid statement if it is taken after Ray had become popular.  I am talking
about his formative years while he was still an unknown.  Just as the old man who taught him his
first chords was featured, and Lowell was featured, and several other lesser known cats early on,
Slim most definitely should have been in there.  Perhaps his shows had so much "circus" to them
that it would have cost too much to produce a segment on him.

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