“Sugar Babe” by Ruth Brown - album review

TJR says

Ruth Brown’s 1976 LP finds her in the house of Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams. You’d have thought such a pairing up would be dynamite but, alas, this is not the case. With a couple of notable exceptions, these tracks walk an MOR cabaret pop line, often descending to Shirley Bassey-esque cheese. I just can’t be doing with it…

The Jukebox Rebel
03-Jan-2010

A1 [03:23] 3.8.png Ruth Brown - Sugar Babe (Jerry Williams) Pop
A2 [05:10] 6.5.png Ruth Brown - Stop Knocking (Jerry Williams) Soul
A3 [04:39] 4.5.png Ruth Brown - Old Fashioned Goodtime Loving You (Jerry Williams) Pop
A4 [02:48] 4.0.png Ruth Brown - I Love My Man (Jerry Williams) Soul
A5 [03:03] 4.0.png Ruth Brown - My Ol’ Bed (Jerry Williams) Soul
B1 [03:53] 3.2.png Ruth Brown - Brown Sugar (Jerry Williams) R n B
B2 [04:14] 3.5.png Ruth Brown - I Want To Sleep With You (Jerry Williams) Soul Ballad
B3 [03:59] 3.1.png Ruth Brown - What Color Is Blue (Jerry Williams) Crooner / Cabaret
B4 [04:16] 5.5.png Ruth Brown - Lots More Of Me Leaving (Less Of Me Coming Home) (Jerry Williams) Soul
B5 [04:23] 4.6.png Ruth Brown - Ain’t No Piece Of Cake (Jerry Williams) Soul Ballad




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