Johnnie Ray (album)

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Johnnie Ray
Johnnie Ray(album).jpg
Studio album by Johnnie Ray
Released 1952
Recorded October 1951 to February 1952
Genre Rhythm & Blues
Label Columbia
Producer Mitch Miller
Johnnie Ray chronology
Johnnie Ray
(1952)
Johnnie Ray At The Palladium
(1954)

Johnnie Ray is the debut studio album by Johnnie Ray. The album was released as an 10 inch LP and 78 rpm and 45 rpm box set and was the first album in the history of recorded music to be released with no title.[1] The 78 rpm and 45 rpm box set of this same album simply listed "Johnnie Ray" on the spine. The album was released in 1952 on the Columbia Records label and the catalogue number was CL 6199.

Personnel[2][edit]

Track listing[3][edit]

  1. Don't Blame Me
  2. Walkin' My Baby Back Home
  3. Don't Take Your Love From Me
  4. All Of Me
  5. Give Me Time
  6. The Lady Drinks Champagne
  7. Out In The Cold Again
  8. Coffee And Cigarettes

2002 reissue[edit]

The album was released on CD in 2002 on the Collectables label (catalogue number 7439) coupled with the 1959 album On The trail.[4]

  1. Don't Blame Me
  2. Walkin' My Baby Back Home
  3. Don't Take Your Love From Me
  4. All Of Me
  5. Give Me Time
  6. The Lady Drinks Champagne
  7. Out In The Cold Again
  8. Coffee And Cigarettes
  9. Wagon Wheels
  10. Empty Saddles
  11. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
  12. The Last Round-Up
  13. Home On The Range
  14. Bury Me Out On The Lone Prairie
  15. When It's Springtime In The Rockies
  16. Ridin' Home
  17. Twilight On The Trail
  18. Red River Valley
  19. I'm An Old Cowhand
  20. Cool Water

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Johnnie Ray 10 inch LP's
  2. ^ Weize, Richard (with the help of Nigel Burlinson, Kevin Coffey, Roy Edwards, Brian Henson, Mac Robinson and Russ Wapensky), Johnnie Ray 'Cry' Discography 1951-1956, Bear Family, 1999, p. 53.
  3. ^ Discogs Four Records
  4. ^ Johnnie Ray/On the Trail CD at cd Universe