Ray Stevens - The Streak album
The Streak" is from the album called Boogity Boogity and was Ray Stevens' eleventh studio album, released in 1974, as well as his sixth for Barnaby Records.
The discography of the American country, pop, and novelty artist Ray Stevens consists of 45 studio albums, 125 singles, 3 live albums, 67 compilation albums, 2 box sets, and 1 extended play. Stevens released his first single in 1957 and his first full album in 1962. Dozens of Stevens' singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and two of them reached on the Billboard Hot 100 chart: "The Streak" and "Everything Is Beautiful"
Ray Stevens (born Harold Ray Ragsdale, 24th January 1939) is an American country and pop singer-songwriter, best known for a series of irreverent, quirky singles such as "Mississippi Squirrel Revival" and "The Streak". Both contracts were made with the help of Atlanta, Georgia music maven Bill Lowery.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is a collection of ten previously released singles by Ray Stevens, released in 1987. Of the selections of songs, three were recorded for the record label of Monument Records ("Gitarzan," "Along Came Jones," and "Ahab the Arab,"), four for Barnaby Records ("Everything Is Beautiful," "Turn Your Radio On," "The Streak," "Misty"), one for RCA Records ("Shriner's Convention"), and two for MCA Records
Losin' Streak is Ray Stevens' ninth studio album and his fourth for Barnaby Records, released in 1973. The second track is a re-recording of one of Stevens' songs that was included on his second album, This Is Ray Stevens (1963). Cover versions include the Everly Brothers' hit "Bye Bye Love" and singer/songwriter Freddie Hart's hit "Easy Lovin'. Both the album and the title track (the album's sole single) unfortunately failed to chart.
Produced by Ray Stevens. Album Boogity Boogity. Reporter): Hello, everybody, this is your action news reporter with all the news That is news across the nation, on the scene at the supermarket. There Seems to have been some disturbance here. Reporter): Once again, your action news reporter in the booth at the gym, covering The disturbance at the basketball playoff.
Losin' Streak was Ray Stevens' ninth studio album and his fourth for Barnaby Records, released in 1973.
Ray Stevens plays a reporter and Ethel's husband. An animated version of The Streak is featured. A live action version of The Streak is briefly seen. In the end everyone joins The Streak and animated versions of Ethel and The Streak are shown. The video ends with one of the cast members scolding Ray for allowing people to trample her when they chose to streak. As Ray Stevens gives her a mocking look the screen fades to black.
The Streak" is from the album called Boogity Boogity and was Ray Stevens' eleventh studio album, released in 1974, as well as his sixth for Barnaby Records. For this album, Stevens returns to the genres of novelty and comedy.
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- Engineer – Tom Knox
- Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Ray Stevens
NotesManufactured and distributed by Astor Records.
|JLE-74||Ray Stevens||The Streak (7", S/Sided)||Joy's Limited Editions||JLE-74||US||1974|
|6146 201||Ray Stevens||The Streak (7", Single, Pea)||Janus Records||6146 201||UK||1974|
|B-600||Ray Stevens||The Streak (7")||Barnaby Records||B-600||Netherlands||1974|
|BF 18248||Ray Stevens||The Streak (7", Single)||Bellaphon, Barnaby Records||BF 18248||Germany||1974|
|B-600||Ray Stevens||The Streak (7", Single, Son)||Barnaby Records||B-600||US||1974|