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Thursday, March 9. 2006
Ray exhibits country
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hit ‘I ('aii’t Stijp Lovin^s You
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mark fw NaahvilJe Recorded in New Yoric and
Lofl itV a collection of country songs
tliat >Mnuid ntAliiiu; like traditional countr>'
music lnsteal they are filtered through
(Tliarififl' prism of jazz, pop, R&B and goer^el
SfJtigs such as tlie Everly Brothers’ “Bye Bye
Ixjve" aiul I laidc VMlliaiiLM' I ley, Good Ijookin’^
wen* interi;n*Uxl as big 1>h2u1 jazz numbers,
wliile otliers including Williams’ You Win
Again" juid Don libeon's I Can’t Stop Loving
You" wen* done as lush pop scmgs with string
Country raiio larg**ly igiu:}red it Despite
l)eing a No 1 [jop and R&B liit, I Can’t Stop
Loving You" didn't eviai make the chart on the
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Zigmoiul’s lal) made rats exer
cise before iiyecting theii*
brains with a toxin that kills
much like Parkiiuson’a does
The «»xerrise stimulated |ax)-
duction of neiinai-protective
chemicaLs that shielded tlie
rats’ brains from tlie toxin
they lost almost no dopamine-
producing ('ells and sufTen'd
• Ilarvanl researchers last
year reported that men who
exercised regularly as young
adults were 60 ix*rcent less
likf*ly to get Parkinson’s lat‘i'
in life than non-exercisers
• Cnivei'sity of Texas.
Galveston, r(*seiurhers put 18
ParkiiLHon’s patients into har
nesses to ke*p them from
falling and had tliem walk on
a treadmill for an hour tliree
times a week After two
montlus of the exercise, tlie
patients walked a little faster
when they weren’t on the
tr(*admill with fewer falls
Not until the 1980s did Charies find success
on the country charts, chiefly with an album of
duets he recorded in Nashville with Johnny
Cash, Willie Nelson. Geoi^ Jones and Hank
WiUianm Jr That album, Friendship," gave
CTiarles his only No. 1 country song, "Seven
Spanish Angels," a duet with Nelson.
A 19508 pioneer of soul with raw scoigs such
as I’ve Got a Woman" and What’d I Say,"
Cliaiies had performed and recorded country
tunes before Modem Sounds," even playing
piano in a white country group, the Florida
Playboys, as a young man.
But the allmm marked the first time he’d
recorded a whole collection of it Tlie move
seemed to validate the music of the Southern
wliite working class during tlie heat of the civil
rights era. and ABC-Paramoimt executives
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