At an age when most performers think about retirement, not artistic redefinitions, Ray Price may have yet one more career makeover left in him. This is, after all, the man who in the 1950s defied the country establishment by daring to add drums to his sound, and who later horrified his honky-tonk followers by shifting into the orchestrated country-pop of the late '60s and early '70s. Each time, however, Price proved prescient, scoring a string of country hits. Could he do it one more time... More >>>