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Ray Charles is the first release on LP by American pianist, vocalist, and band leader Ray Charles. Originally released in 1957 on Atlantic Records, it was re-released as Hallelujah I Love Her So in 1962. Many of the tracks had been hit singles for Ray Charles in the preceding years, notably "Mess Around" in 1953, "A Fool for You" and "I Got A Woman" in 1955, "Drown In My Own Tears" and "Hallelujah I Love Her So" in 1956. All songs written by Ray Charles except as indicated.
Beating Hearts Lyrics. You are every part of my beating heart You are the blood within me My love outweighs my lust for you My head outweighs my heart. I am with you through eternity Or until my blood stops pumping Without you rushing through my veins There is no life within me. Give up the things you love for love Love despite your mood Take me as I am Let me love you. Blood on the hands of the son of God Oh, the pain that love brings I will try to defend our love From false feelings. Bend like a bow in the archers hand Arrows run swiftly Strike.
Charles I was a king of England, Scotland and Ireland, whose conflicts with parliament and his subjects led to civil war and his execution. Born in Fife, Scotland, on November 19, 1600, the second son born to James VI of Scotland and Anne of Denmark, Charles I ascended to the throne in 1625. His reign was marked by religious and political strife that led to civil war. The opposing force, led by Oliver Cromwell, defeated Charles's royalist forces and the king was beheaded in London, England, on January 30, 1649. George VI served as king of the United Kingdom during World War II and was an important symbolic leader. He was succeeded by Queen Elizabeth II, in 1952.
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Photo by David Parry. Exhibition organized in partnership with Royal Collection Trust. Indeed, only moments before being beheaded for treason, the disgraced king was confronted with a reminder of his previous splendor: his massive, extravagant, and boundary-pushing royal art collection. Looking beyond the island he ruled and towards Continental Europe, Charles I acquired thousands of paintings by such artists as Rubens, Titian.
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In late 2010 King Charles supported Mumford & Sons on their sold-out tour of the . and signed an international record deal with Universal Republic in conjunction to his independent UK label Mi7 Records. King Charles released his debut album Loveblood in May 2012, which reached No. 26 in the UK Albums Chart. The album was supported by an extensive tour and spawned the singles Bam Bam, Love Lust and Ivory Road. King Charles is an ocked, cavalier-moustached alternative folk pop artist
Charles I was executed at 2pm on 30 January 1649. To reach the balcony where the icy block awaited, he had to pass through the Palace of Whitehall. All through this enormous complex, larger than the Vatican, were the many hundreds of masterpieces the king had commissioned, received or bought - by Leonardo, Raphael, Titian, Rembrandt, Van Dyck - over two decades of zealous accumulation. It was the most extraordinary art collection in Europe and then, at one blow, it was gone
In January, 1649, King Charles I walked out of the Banqueting House at Whitehall onto a black draped scaffold, before a hushed and aghast crowd of spectators. He wore two shirts against the cold so that he would not be seen to shiver, which his enemies might mistake for fear. The headsman took off his head with one blow and triumphantly held the gory and bloody symbol of royalist oppression aloft to the assembled crowds.
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