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Hot Cotton Jazz Band, Ruby Wilson - Cake Walking Babies download mp3 album
Hot Cotton Jazz Band
Cake Walking Babies
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Ruby is the collaboration of singer Lesley Rankine and Mark Walk. Rankine relocated from London to Seattle to collaborate with the producer in 1994. Between 1995 and 2015, the band has released three studio albums, three remix albums and various singles and EPs. The name for this group came about because Rankine and Walk both have maternal grandmothers named Ruby.

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ruby wilson, ruby wilson youtube Ruby Wilson February 29, 1948 – August 12, 2016 was an American blues and gospel singer and actress She was known as "The Queen of Beale Street" as she sang in clubs on Beale Street, Memphis, Tennessee, for over 40 years She also had a successful touring and recording career, and appeared in a number of films. In the 1980s, Wilson spent some years living in Los Angeles and performed with Joan Rivers and Sharon Gless.


A1 Cake Walking Babies From Home
A2 Livery Stable Blues
A3 Please
A4 Over The Waves
A5 You've Been A Good Old Wagon
A6 Dip Your Brush In The Sunshine
B1 You Can't Tell The Difference After Dark
B2 From Monday On
B3 Stomp Off, Let's Go
B4 How Can You Face Me
B5 If You Knew Susie
B6 Amazing Grace


  • Engineer – Tom Laune
  • Producer – Hot Cotton Jazz Band


Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis TN, January 16, 1988
This is a digital recording