Wednesday, December 13, 2023

Ray Stevens - Discography

Ray Stevens - Discography

Born: January 24, 1939
Harold Ray Ragsdale, known professionally as Ray Stevens, is an American country and pop singer-songwriter and comedian, known for his Grammy-winning recordings "Everything Is Beautiful" and "Misty", as well as novelty hits such as "Gitarzan" and "The Streak". Stevens has received gold albums for his music sales and has worked as a producer, music arranger, and television host.

All Albums are 320kbps Bitrate 













25 comments:

howstean said...

A friend just shared the link to your site & I've been able to download a lot of albums I didn't have - thanks so much.

However I can't find any links for Ray Stevens & there are a lot of his I don't have, could you reup them please.

Many thanks
howstean

Ozzieguy said...

Hello howstean
All of them have been deleted by mega.
I shall re-up to another host.

Regards
Ozzieguy

howstean said...

Very many thanks for reupping them so quickly, I was able to get all I needed.

Ozzieguy said...

You are very welcome howstean

Bob said...

Thank you very much for these albums.Ray Stevens is one of my favorites.

Ozzieguy said...

Hi Bob
You are very welcome and he is one of my favs also.
Great songs that make me laugh.

Regards
Ozzieguy

no1uknow954 said...

Could you please upload Ray Stevens album One More Last Chance or e-mail them to me? I would greatly appreciate it.

Ozzieguy said...

No, sorry I do not have that album.

RFelis said...

Ray Stevens needs a new life. Many thanks.

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you RFelis, it is another discography that needs to be fixed.

RFelis said...

A big clap for Ozzieguy

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you RFelis my nice friend.

Anonymous said...

I Wish I could upload a lot of the missing 80's albums for you. 1987 - Crackin Up, 1986 - Surely You Joust, and 1984's - He Thinks He's Ray Stevens - These go for $80-100 US on Ebay. I have them, wish I could send you those somehow. Thanks for all this!

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Unknown friend.
Yes I do have a few more albums but I could not find them when I did my search here in my studio. I have found a couple today and I will share them also.

Hitparade said...

Ozzieguy,
I made my own Ray Stevens' album "Singing Other Performers Hits"
(documented):
01 "But You Know I Love You" (15-1969 by The First Edition)
02 "Aquarius-Let The Sun Shine In (1-1969 by The Fifth Dimension)
03 "Fool On The Hill" (7-1968 by Sergio Mendes)
04 "Sunday Mornin' Comin Down" (1-1970 by Johnny Cash)
05 "Spinning Wheel" (3-1969 by Blood Sweat & Tears)
06 "Games People Play" (10-1969 by Joes South)
07 "Help" (1-1965 by The Beatles)
08 "Hey, Jude" (1-1968 by The Beatles)
09 "Little Woman" (1-1969 by Bobby Sherman)
10 "Early In The Morning (10-1970 by Vanity Fair)
11 "Get Together" (4-1969 by The Youngbloods)
12 "Leaving On A Jet Plane" (1-1969 by Peter, Paul & Mary)
13 "Raindroips Keep Fallin' On My Head" (1-1970 by B.J. Thomas)
14 "Love Theme From 'Romeo And Juliet'" (1-1969 by Henry Mancini)
15 "She Belongs To Me" (20-1970 by Ricky Nelson)
16 "Something" (2-1969 by The Beatles)
17 "Walk A Mile In My Shoes" (1-1970 by Joe South)




Anonymous said...

Turbobit - Ray Stevens - Surely You Joust - 1986

01 Southern Air.mp3 12.5 Mb uploaded 0s
02 People's Court.mp3 11.0 Mb uploaded 0s
03 Bionie and the Robotics.mp3 10.3 Mb uploaded 0s
04 Makin' The Best Of A Bad Situatio.mp3 6.9 Mb uploaded 0s
05 Fat.mp3 8.1 Mb uploaded 0s
06 Can He Love You Half as Much as I.mp3 6.7 Mb uploaded 0s
07 Smokey Mountain Rattlesnake Retre.mp3 7.8 Mb uploaded 0s
08 The Camping Trip.mp3 13.5 Mb uploaded 0s
09 Camp Werthehekahwee.mp3 9.1 Mb uploaded 0s
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Hitparade said...

Ozzieguy,
I made another Ray Stenens' album collection
"All (Of His) The Country Hits 1969-1988" (documented):
01 "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" (55-November 1969)
02 "Everything Is Beautiful" (39-May 1970)
03 "Turn Your Radio On" (17-January 1972)
04 "Nashville" (37-September 1973)
05 "The Streak" (3)2)-May 1974)
06 "Everybody Needs A Rainbow" (37-January 1975)
07 "Misty" (3(2)-May-June 1975)
08 "Indian Love Call" (38-November 1975)
09 "Young Love" (48-February 1976)
10 "You Are So Beautiful (16-June 1976)
11 "Honky Tonk Waltz" (27-September 1976)
12 "In The Mood" (Henhouse Five) (39-January 1977)
13 "Dixie Hummingbird" (44-July 1977)
14 "Be Your Own Best Friend" (36-September 1978)
15 "Shriner's Convention" (7-April 1980)
16 "Night Games" (20-November 1980)
17 "One More Last Chance" (33-March 1981)
18 "Written Down In My Heart" (35-March 1982)
19 "The Mississippi Squirrel Revival" (20-February 1985)
20 "The Haircut Song" (45-October 1985)
21 "The Ballad Of The Blue Cyclone, Part 1 (4.03) (50-February 1986)
22 "The Ballad Of The Blue Cyclobe, Part 2 (4.11)
23 "People's Court" (70-September 1986)
24 "Southern Air" (63-November 1986)
25 "Would Jesus Wear A Rolex (41-June 1987)
26 "The Day I Tried To Teach Charlene
MacKenzie How To Drive (88-October 1988)
27 "Working For The Japaneese" (62-July 1991)
28 "Power Tools" (72-March 1992)

Willy said...

Thank you for all the albums

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Willy
You are also very welcome and thank you for your nice message.

Anonymous said...

12-17-23

Hello! I thank you for the post of the All The Country Hits set. I don't seem to be able to find the link to download it, however. Am I missing something? Thank you in advance.--Christopher

Ozzieguy said...

Sorry Christopher, I cannot find them here in my studio.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear. Well, hopefully, the person who provided the tracklist will get a link sent along.--Christopher

Anonymous said...

i thank you s much 4 this great upload

Cameron1391 said...

This is a great collection, thank you very much for sharing as I idolize Ray Stevens and it's difficult for me to find a lot of his earlier albums.

The album 1837 Seconds of Humor was his debut album released back in 1962.

Either way, this is a great collection once again.

Ken Ward said...

Could you re-up "Have A Little Talk With Myself" as Hey Jude jumps. The rest of the album is fine as are all the other albums I've downloaded. Thanks