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Ray Charles - Live In Brazil
Reviewed by: Max BlinkhornRead Max Blinkhorn's film review of Ray Charles - Live In Brazil
The music's the thing. Considering it's age, the quality of the black-and-white photography is remarkable and the surround sound does justice to O-Genio.
There are no extras, but, then, they didn't have DVDs in those days. If you want to find out more about The Man, you can always head off down to the multiplex and watch Taylor Hackford's Ray.
Meanwhile, turn up the volume and settle in for Hallelujah I Love Her So, even if you've waited 42 years for the privilege.
Let's hear it for Sao Paulo!Reviewed on: 12 Feb 2005