Born: January 12, 1928 | Died: November 17, 2006
Years before Aretha Franklin was crowned Queen of Soul, Ruth Brown reigned as the Original Queen of R&B. She achieved a distinct style, sassy and streetwise, which made her one of the more influential singers of her era. Ms. Brown sustained a career for six decades: first as a bright, bluesy singer who was called “the girl with a tear in her voice” and then, after some lean years, as the embodiment of an earthy, indomitable black woman. She had a life of hard work, hard luck, determination, audacity and style. Sometimes it was said that R&B stood as much for Ruth Brown as it did for rhythm and blues....
Source: James Nadal
The Platinum CollectionVerve Records
Black Is Brown And Brown Is BeautifulVerve Records
A Good Day For The BluesVerve Records
R+B=Ruth BrownVerve Records
Fine Brown FrameVerve Records
Brown, Black & BeautifulVerve Records
The HitsVerve Records
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