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Ruth Alston Weston: Soul, blues, jazz singer Born on 30.01.1928, in Portsmouth, Virginia, U.S.A. Died on 17.11.2006, of complications from a stroke and heart attack at a Las Vegas-area hospital. In 1948, Ahmet Ertegun signed her to Atlantic. Married to Willis Jackson. Between the years 1949 and 1955 her songs were on the charts for 129 weeks, including five No.1's:
- "Teardrops from My Eyes" (1950)
- "(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean" (1952)
- "5-10-15 Hours" (1952)
- "Mambo Baby" (1954)
- "Oh What a Dream" - with the The Drifters (1954)
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 (Performer).

 

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10 Inch 78 RPM

I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving

I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving

Ruth Brown And Her Rhythmakers And Orchestra
I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving
1955
1059
Atlantic Records Label; Original Atlantic record sleeve appears new; Record appears new; Vinyl is black shiny and glossy; No scuffs on record; No marks on label; Original first pressing; Track listing: I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving
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$99.99
10 Inch 78 RPM

I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving

I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving

Ruth Brown And Her Rhythmakers And Orchestra
I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving
1955
1059
Atlantic Records Label; Record sleeve has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Original first pressing; Track listing: I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving
VG+/VG+
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