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Between the years 1949 and 1955 her songs were on the charts for 129 weeks, including five N. 's: "Teardrops from My Eyes" (1950), "(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean" (1952), "5-10-15 Hours" (1952), "Mambo Baby" (1954) and "Oh What a Dream" - with the The Drifters (1954). She was inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 (Performer). She died of complications from a stroke and heart attack at a Las Vegas-area hospital. The Songs Of My Life (Album).
Ruth Brown (1928–2006) was a . rhythm and blues singer and actress, noted for bringing a popular music style to rhythm and blues in a series of hit songs for fledgling Atlantic Records in the 1950s, such as "So Long", "Teardrops from My Eyes", and "(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean". Born Ruth Alston Weston on 30th January 1928 in Portsmouth, Virginia, she attended I. C. Norcom High School, a historically black high school.
Ruth Brown - The Soul Legends. Released by Golden Arrow Sep 2015 20 Tracks. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Ruth Brown - The Soul Legends songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
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Ruth Brown's lengthy career has taken her from the Apollo Theater to Broadway. On this outing, producer Scott Billington returns Brown to her roots in the company of a superb New Orleans band, surrounds her with stellar arrangements of new and old songs, and just lets her rip. The kickoff track, "That Train Don't Stop Here," finds her in a bluesy groove with a lengthy rap at the end that extends the running time to almost seven minutes.
Album · 1957 · 14 Songs. With her second album for Atlantic, Ruth Brown turned up the heat on her influences from the Forties and Fifties and edged closer to what would become rock’n’roll. Brown’s style had grown from a variety of sources, and here you can witness her push big band swing ( Wild Wild Young Men, Teardrops From My Eyes ), mainstream pop vocals ( Old Man River, Sentimental Journey ), blues ( 5-10-15 Hours, It’s Love Baby ), and even latin ( Daddy Daddy, Mambo Baby ) to bigger, brassier places than had ever before been attempted. As with so many recordings from Atlantic during this period, one can.
Complete song listing of Ruth Brown on OLDIES. Ruth Brown also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1. or Your Precious Love. our Heart Belongs To Me. t Last. h-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream). hen My Dreamboat Comes Home. ream Baby (How Long Must I Dream).
|Songs Of My Life|
|I've Got The World On A String|
|While We're Young|
|God Bless The Child|
|It Could Happen To You|
|Tears In Heaven|
|I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone|
|I Know Why|
|Can't Help Lovin' That Man|
|I'll Be Seeing You|
|VICJ-191||Ruth Brown||The Songs Of My Life (CD, Album)||Victor||VICJ-191||Japan||1994|
|FCD-9665-2||Ruth Brown||The Songs Of My Life (CD, Album)||Fantasy||FCD-9665-2||US||1993|