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  1. Baby Don't You Cry: My Heart Cries For You: My Baby Don't Dig Me: No One To Cry To: Smack Dab In The Middle: Makin' Whoopee: Cry: Crying Time: Together Again: Let's Go Get Stoned: Please Say You're Fooling: I Don't Need No Doctor: In The Heat Of The Night: Yesterday: Eleanor Rigby: Understanding: If It Wasn't For Bad Luck: If You Were Mine: Don /5(2).
  2. I Don't Need No Doctor This song is by Ray Charles and appears on the compilation album A Man And His Soul () and on the compilation album The Definitive Ray Charles (). This song has been covered by Humble Pie under the title " I Don't Need No Doctor ".
  3. The Classic Years Ray Charles. Record Label Essential Records / ESBCD Year of production Tracks - CD 1. 1. CD 3. 1. Please Say You're Fooling. 2. I Don't Need No Doctor. In the heat of the night (Film) 3. In The Heat Of The Night. 4. Yesterday. 5. Eleanor Rigby.
  4. (I don't need no doctor) I don't need no doctor for my prescription to be filled (I don't need no doctor) (I don't need no doctor) I don't need no doctor, I tell ya now for my prescription to be filled (I don't need no doctor) (I don't need no doctor) Only my baby's arms, Could ever take away this chill (I don't need no doctor) (I don't need no.
  5. Song Review by Matthew Greenwald A song that sort of embodies a lot of Ray Charles' appeal, "I Don't Need No Doctor" blends gospel, soul, and R&B as well as rock & roll all in one song. The addiction of love is the lyrical thrust here, and it's couched in a blues-based chord progression, and features some excellent call-and-response vocals.
  6. Released in , 70 Classic Songs is a download-only compilation from soul music pioneer Ray headbaiprivruenhypoutecchhallenrewoodsrac.coinfong his McSon Trio beginnings, '80s Columbia country releases, and posthumous albums, it mainly consists of tracks from his '50s and '60s heyday. Including his early Atlantic hits "It Should Be Me," "I Got a Woman," and "Come Back Baby" alongside ABC recordings "Georgia on My Mind.
  7. I Don't Need No Doctor. likes. "I Don't Need No Doctor" is a hit song written by Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson, and Jo Armstead, first recorded by.
  8. Jun 01,  · John Scofield: That’s What I Say: John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles Published June 1, – By Aaron Steinberg As soon as he died, Ray Charles was everywhere: Alicia Keys conjured him at the Super Bowl, his final recording pulled down a Grammy and Jamie Foxx portrayed him in an Academy-smooched biopic.
  9. Watch the video for I Don't Need No Doctor from Humble Pie's Natural Born Boogie for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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