Ruth Brown

Ruth Alston Weston

Also known as Brown, Miss Ruth Brown, R. Brown, Ruth, Ruth Brown And Her Rhythmakers With Orchestra, Ruth Brown And Her Rhytmnmakers, Ruth Brown With Orchestra, Ruth Brown With The James Quintet & Orch.
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Brown

Discography of Ruth Brown:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Black Is Brown And Brown Is Beautiful 8 Audio 1981 Rhapsody (2)
2 Black Is Brown And Brown Is Beautiful 8 Audio 2005
3 Anyone But You / It Tears Me AIl To Pieces 2 Audio 1961 Atlantic
4 Somebody Touched Me / Mambo Baby 2 Audio 1954 Atlantic
5 What I Wouldn't Give / The Door Is Still Open 2 Audio 1960 Atlantic
6 The Real Ruth Brown 10 Audio 1972
7 Don't Deceive Me / I Burned Your Letter 2 Audio 1960 Atlantic
8 Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean) / Hold My Hand 2 Audio 1962 Philips
9 (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean / R. B. Blues 2 Audio 1953 Atlantic
10 I Don't Know 2 Audio 1959 Atlantic
11 Ruth Brown / Miss Rhythm 26 Audio 1999 Collectables
12 Rock & Roll 14 Audio
13 Black Is Brown And Brown Is Beautiful 8 Audio 1982 Gryphon
14 French Ep 4 Audio 1958 Atlantic
15 The Soul Survives 11 Audio 1982 Flair (2)
16 Black Is Brown And Brown Is Beautiful 8 Audio 1969 Skye Records
17 Black Is Brown And Brown Is Beautiful 8 Audio 2005
18 Gospel Time 11 Audio 1962 Philips
19 Lucky Lips / The Little Blue Man 2 Audio Atlantic
20 R+B=Ruth Brown 13 Audio 1997 Bullseye Blues
21 Love Me Baby / Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe 2 Audio 1953 Atlantic
22 Smooth Operator / I Still Love You 2 Audio 1956 Atlantic
23 Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean) / Jim Dandy 2 Audio Philips
24 It's Love Baby / What'd I Say 2 Audio 1955 Atlantic
25 I Don't Know 2 Audio 1959 Atlantic
26 Ladies Of Mainstream 12 Audio 1974 Mainstream Records
27 Miss Rhythm 12 Audio 1960 Atlantic
28 Help A Good Girl Go Bad 12 Audio 1989 MMS
29 The Big Band Sound Of 9 Audio 1968 Solid State Records (2)
30 Mom Oh Mom / I Want To Be Loved 2 Audio 1956 Atlantic
31 Ruth Brown Sings 4 Audio Atlantic
32 Brown Sugar 10 Audio 1985 Topline Records
33 Softly 12 Audio 1972 Mainstream Records
34 Sentimental Journey / It's All In Your Mind 2 Audio 1954 Atlantic
35 Along Comes Ruth 12 Audio 1962 Philips
36 Blues On Broadway 7 Audio 1989 Fantasy
37 R. B. Blues 14 Audio 1980 Atlantic
38 Brown, Black & Beautiful 10 Audio 1990 Ichiban Records
39 Secret Love 2 Audio 1963 Noslen
40 Rock & Roll + Miss Rhythm 26 Audio 2011 Hoodoo Records
41 Rockin' In Rhythm - The Best Of Ruth Brown 23 Audio 1996 Rhino Records (2)
42 Brown, Black & Beautiful 10 Audio 1990 Ichiban Records
43 This Little Girl's Gone Rockin' 2 Audio 1958 Atlantic
44 Yes Sir That's My Baby 2 Audio 1964 Decca
45 Blues On Broadway 9 Audio 1989 Fantasy
46 Yes Sir That's My Baby 2 Audio 1964 Decca
47 Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean) / Hold My Hand 2 Audio 1962 Philips
48 Miss Rhythm, Greatest Hits And More 40 Audio 1989 Atlantic
49 Sure 'Nuff / Here He Comes 2 Audio Atlantic
50 Mambo Baby / 5-10-15 Hours 2 Audio 2013-01-25 Atlantic


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, [a=Ahmet Ertegun] signed her to [l681].

Married to [a=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 [a=Drifters, The] (1954)

Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 (Performer).


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