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Rebutal | Reviewer: Ralph | 11/27/13
To Jane who wrote the review on 7/11/13, If you grew up in the era that you claim, and knew who all of those other artists where and didn't know who Ray Price is, you either have a bad case of memory loss or you are not very schooled in true country music. Ray Price is the best country singer that ever lived!
My best gig ever. | Reviewer: billy cross | 11/6/13
i played drums behind mr. price when i was 12 yrs. old @ Andrews airforce base in va. it was the greastest experiance of my life. i would like some info on ray if possible from someone. thanks... B>C>
CRAZY HORSE SALOON | Reviewer: GAIL PITTMAN | 10/13/13
SAW RAY PRICE AT THE CRAZY HORSE SALOON IN SANTA ANA, CA. WITH MY MOTHER. WHAT A GREAT SHOW WILL NEVER FORGET THAT NIGHT. AFTERWARDS WE STOOD IN A LINE AFTER THE SHOW AND SAID HELLO, AND TOLD HIM WHAT A GREAT SHOW HE HAD PUT ON. GOT HIS AUTOGRAPH ALSO.
Beautiful songs | Reviewer: Gerard Eummelen | 9/10/13
It was in the late fifties that heard Ray Price for the first time. I grew up listening to Hank Williams, Hank Snow, The Carter family, Ray Price, Jim Reeves, Faron Young, Webb Pierce. Need i say more. In the sixties my father succeeded to get a radio show on one of the Dutch radiostations. His program (Strictly countrystyle) almost lasted for 20 years. And Ray Price's "Crazy arms, Invitation to the blues and City lights came by every now and then. And I still love the way it sounds.
Do not know him | Reviewer: Jane | 7/11/13
How can Ray be any part of making great American Music when must people didn't even know who he was until he had his temper tantrum. He wanted people to know him to say he was someone. I grew up in that era I knew the greats Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Conway Twitty, Barbara Mandrel, Johnny & June Cash, Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Dottie West, Pasty Cline, Buck Owens & I could go on but in all these names of Legends many millions of people posted who is Ray Price. I guess 21,600 people do & that is about it. I had to look up & read about him, what he sang & I still did not recognize who he was or the songs. So to pretend he is a legend & has made a big impact as the other real legends listed above is not true. Even the Grand Ole Opry doesn't recognize him in that way. So I guess if he thought having a fit would get him the sympathy vote or what I'm not sure but no he is not a legend especially when you use another artist to get fame to your name that is as petty & low class you can get.
GOOD TIMES | Reviewer: GAYy& ROY BOSWELL | 5/6/13
HAD THE PLEASURE OF SEEING YOU AND YOUR BAND IN THE 60'S WHEN YOU WERE CALLED THE CHEROKEE COWBOYS SINGING AT THE MAJESTIC THEATER IN FORT WORTH ,TX THEN MY HUSBAND WORKED FOR GOOD TIMES VAN OWNED BY BEN BISHOP IN GRANBURY,TX AND YOU ENTERTAINED A WHOLE TOWN WITH DANCING AND GOOD EATS.OF COURSE YOUR SONG GOOD TIMES WAS THE HIT OF THE NIGHT IT GAVE A WHOLE TOWN A NEW MEANING OF THE COMPANY THAT HAD COME TO THEIR AREA AND TO YOUR WONDERFUL VOICE. THANKS RAY FOR SINGING ME TO SLEEP EVERY NIGHT.
HE is awesome! | Reviewer: Lea Armstrong | 3/11/13
I first saw Mr. Price in 1955 or 56 in Edmonton Alberta Canada. He
and Ferlin Husky were performing. Some 58 years later he has only gotten better. His music has helped me whether I was 'up' or 'down' No one will ever match him. Thanks Mr. Ray Price.
Many thanks.... For the Good Times | Reviewer: Richard from NC | 2/7/13
In the fall of 1971 I met a lovely young woman. On our very first date I played for her one of my very favorite songs, Ray Prices' For The Good Times. My Dear Sweetheart of every day since that night is sitting near me now as I type this. Thank you Ray for your talent and all the joy your music has brought to so many people for all these years. May Heaven above bless you every day. Richard from NC
The Moonlight ballroom | Reviewer: Rex Archer | 1/28/13
I was standing in front of the bandstand in 1953 at the Moonlight ballroom near Yuba City California while a 13 year old kid was singing Ray price songs on the band Stand. Standing next to me was Ray Price watching the kid sing. The Kid was "Little Johnny Guess" and after his voice changed, he was never heard of again, but Ray is still my Favorite Country singer, along with Buck Owens, Hank Williams, and they always will be.
The Best & Greatest No ONE COULD TAKE HIS PLACE IN MY HEART | Reviewer: June from Calgary | 11/18/12
Met Ray just once but I could never let go of that memory. I heard he is ailing and wondered if it were a rumor of the truth. We are praying for him to be as great as ever. Undying Fans
unmatched today | Reviewer: glenn | 9/21/12
ray had to have lived and learned about the issues he performed with his incredible voice. formulaic imitative lyrics and melodies of todays new jersey cowboys and girls can never compare. if theres a country heaven you know they gotta have a ray price. may ray continue to shine with us here and in the heavens forever.
Ray Price, The Icon | Reviewer: Helen Daneke | 9/15/12
Ray and I are almost the same age (what's a few years), but never had the pleasure of seeing him in the northeast, but no matter. I have his CD's and time hasn't aged him at all, has it? Growing up years ago country was country, not this crossover into the pops garbage. Very few true country artists anymore. Where are the Hank Snows, Hank Williams Sr., Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Willie Nelson, just to name a few. Although some are gone country singers can look to their music for the true fans of country music. Sing on Ray.
How I haved loved his music since I was a teenager. | Reviewer: Dorothy Randol | 8/26/12
I really feel he is the best in what ever he sings. When I was younger (I am now 75 years old and can't travel much now) I would go anywhere he wa having a show. I have seen many of his shows and always wished they were longer. My husband always teased me about being in love with him.
You're never too old to learn | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/27/12
I was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, and spent many a Friday and Saturday night at the local honky tonks. I loved Ray Price. But then "the world came to an end!" Ray had deserted the country music fans and went "fancy." I continued to listen to his old sound, but refused to listen to his new sound. However, over the years I have grown to really appreciate Ray for his astounding voice. I still refuse to call his new sound country & western, but it sure is fantastic easy listening. See, you're never too old to learn.
Then and now | Reviewer: A. R. Meek | 3/27/12
Saw Ray Price for the first time at the Esquire Ballroom in Houston, Tx late 60's. I could hardly believe that I was standing no more than 12 ft from him and his voice was unlike any I had ever heard. Will see him again 4/29/12 in Kerrville, TX and can hardly wait.
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