Ray Charles Ray: Soundtrack (Rhino) Ray Charles is a nightmare for obsessive compilers of iPod play lists. Even the characters of the Nick Hornby novel High Fidelity would see no point in entering a debate over the perfect Charles mix tape. Every compilation of Brother Ray's work should be called Born To Lose. Could they really hope to cover the breadth of the great man's output - blues, gospel, country, jazz, pop and soul - in less than an hour of music, all the while providing continuity for the listener? It's easy to find Ray Charles 'best ofs' that failed to find the room or get the rights for Georgia On My Mind or Hit The Road Jack. Director Taylor Hackford overcame that by dealing with Charles himself for the soundtrack to Ray. Charles agreed with Hackford's plan to choose songs reflecting his life at particular points of the story. He also dug into vaults for pristine unreleased live recordings of Hallelujah I Love Her So, Hard Times, What'd I Say, Georgia, I Can't Stop Loving You, You Don't Know Me and the perfect title for this compilation, Let the Good Times Roll.