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These three classic appearances by soul man Ray Charles on Dick Cavett's landmark TV show include a 1972 episode that also features Tony Randall and Margaret Mead. In it, Charles performs "One Mint Julep," plus a duet with Cavett, "Am I Blue." Other songs include "Georgia on My Mind," "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Eleanor Rigby." A final appearance on the show finds Charles lending his one-of-a-kind style to Hank Williams's "Born to Lose."