Top Ray Stevens Albums
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Mary and Joseph and the Baby and Me
Mary and Joseph and the Baby and Me
[2016]
Love Lifted Me
Love Lifted Me
[2016]
Just a Closer Walk With Thee: Gospel Favorites
Just a Closer Walk With Thee: Gospel Favorites
[2016]
Here We Go Again
Here We Go Again
[2015]
Ray Stevens Gospel Collection (Volume One)
Ray Stevens Gospel Collection (Volume One)
[2014]
Hurricane
Hurricane
[2012]
Get Serious!
Get Serious!
[2011]
Bozo's Back Again
Bozo's Back Again
[2011]
Spirit Of '76
Spirit Of '76
[2011]
We the People
We the People
[2010]
One for the Road
One for the Road
[2009]
Ray Stevens Sings Sinatra - Say What?
Ray Stevens Sings Sinatra - Say What?
[2009]
Ray Stevens Christmas
Ray Stevens Christmas
[2009]
Laughter Is the Best Medicine
Laughter Is the Best Medicine
[2008]
Box Set
Box Set
[2006]
#1 With a Bullet
#1 With a Bullet
[2005]
Osama-Yo' Mama
Osama-Yo' Mama
[2002]
Hum It
Hum It
[1997]
Ray Stevens: Live!
Ray Stevens: Live!
[1995]
Ray Stevens: 20 Comedy Hits
Ray Stevens: 20 Comedy Hits
[1995]
The Serious Side of Ray Stevens
The Serious Side of Ray Stevens
[1995]
Classic Ray Stevens
Classic Ray Stevens
[1993]
At His Best
At His Best
[1992]
The Legendary Ray Stevens
The Legendary Ray Stevens
[1989]
I Never Made a Record I Didn't Like
I Never Made a Record I Didn't Like
[1988]
Crackin' Up!
Crackin' Up!
[1987]
Misty
Misty
[1975]
Nashville
Nashville
[1974]
Turn Your Radio On
Turn Your Radio On
[1972]
Unreal!!!
Unreal!!!
[1970]
Gitarzan
Gitarzan
[1969]
Even Stevens
Even Stevens
[1968]
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Isn't It Lonely Together Kiss A Pig Mr. Custer Help Me Make It Through The Night Along Came Jones Redneck Christmas Turn Your Radio On Unwind The Bricklayer's Song Dudley Dorite Of The Highway Patrol Mama Sang Bass Mississippi Squirrel Revival Mary Lou Nights Throw The Bums Out We The People A Mama And A Papa All The Way Ahab The Arab Ballad Of The Blue Cyclone I'm My Own Grandpaw Mr. Businessman Say Cheese The Great Escape Face The Music Moonlight Special I Saw Elvis In A U.f.o. Bridget The Midget (the Queen Of The Blues) Surfin' U. S. S. R. Hugo The Human Cannonball Thank You America Communicate With Me Irish Builder Sittin' Up With The Dead The Preacher And The Bear I Need Your Help Barry Manilow Osama-yo-mama Would Jesus Wear A Rolex Gitarzan The Deodorant Song The Pirate Song Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon Shriner's Convention The Streak Indian Love Call Nightmare Before Christmas The Battle Of New Orleans Freddie Feelgood Hello Mama Freudian Slip Safe At Home Smokey Mountain Rattlesnake Retreat Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Juanita & The Kids Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down Makin' The Best Of A Bad Situation Misty The King Of Christmas Vacation Bible School It's Me Again Margaret Southern Air Yakety Yak Alley Oop The Dooright Family Too Drunk To Fish Teenage Mutant Kung Fu Chickens The Ballad Of Cactus Pete And Lefty Erik The Awful Oh Lonesome Me Fat Bagpipes-that's My Bag Jack Daniels You Lied To Me Again Little Egypt The Camping Trip You Are So Beautiful Bad Little Boy The Haircut Song Harry The Hairy Ape Purple People Eater Santa Claus Is Watching You Funny Man Everything Is Beautiful Your Bozo's Back Again Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans Gourmet Restaurant Tabloid News Virgil And The Moonshot Jeremiah Peabody's Poly Unsaturated Quick Dissolving Fast Acting Pleasant Tasting Green And Purple Pills Pledging My Love She Belongs To Me Family Funeral Fight The Cat Song Hang Up And Drive Marion Michael Morrison Stand Up Power Tools Xerox Xmas Letter Be Your Own Best Friend She Came In Through The Bathroom Window Leaving On A Jet Plane Greatest Little Christmas Ever Wuz If Ten Percent Is Good Enough For Jesus (it Oughta Be Enough For Uncle Sam) We Are The Government
Related Information for Ray Stevens
(For the actor and singer with The Village People, see Ray Stephens.)Ray Stevens (born Harold Ray Ragsdale, 24th January 1939) is an American country and pop singer-songwriter, the musician being best known for a series of irreverent, quirky singles such as "Mississippi Squirrel Revival" and "The Streak". His recording career began with two singles released on Prep Records, followed by a short stint with Capitol Records. Both contracts were made with the help of Atlanta, Georgia music maven Bill Lowery.Stevens joined Lowery's National Recording Corporation in 1958, where he also was a member of the NRC staff band, playing numerous instruments, arranging, and doing background vocals. When NRC went into bankrup... read more