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Ray Price fans know that his singing style changed over the years - from when he was known as "The Cherokee Cowboy" in the 1950s to his smoother "pop" style in the 1960s and later.

He recorded "Heartaches by the Number" during both periods - and hearing them back-to-back makes for an interesting contrast.

Heartaches by the Number
(Cherokee Cowboy Version)

Heartaches by the Number
(1960s Version)

Born to Lose
Burning Memories
City Lights
Cold, Cold Heart
Crazy Arms

Don't Touch Me
Faded Love
For the Good Times
Funny How Time Slips Away
I'd Be a Legend in My Time

I'd Rather Be Sorry
I Love You So Much It Hurts Me
I Won't Mention It Again
Lonely Street
Make the World Go Away

Margie's at the Lincoln Park Inn
My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You
Please Release Me
Ramblin' Rose
Rose-Colored Glasses

She's Got to Be a Saint
Sweet Memories
Swinging Doors
Take Back Your Old Love Letters
The Night Life

There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
The Wild Side of Life
You Just Don't Love Me Anymore
You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

The Old Rugged Cross

Ray with Willie Nelson
Faded Love


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