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9 thoughts on “ Jimmy Ruffin - The Jimmy Ruffin Way

  1. It was the lead single from his debut album Jimmy Ruffin Sings Top Ten (released as The Jimmy Ruffin Way in the UK), which was released on the Motown's Soul subsidiary label in Follow-up singles in America were successful, with "I've Passed This Way Before" and " Gonna Give Her All The Love I've Got " in late and early
  2. May 25,  · "Don't You Miss Me a Little Bit Baby" percolates to a throbbing bass. The set concludes with Jimmy's brother David joining on the Ben E. King classic "Stand By Me." "The Best of Jimmy Ruffin: The Millennium Collection" is a good disc telescoping this soul crooner's career. Enjoy!/5(42).
  3. The Jimmy Ruffin Way, an Album by Jimmy Ruffin. Released in on Tamla Motown (catalog no. STML ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul, Motown Sound/5(3).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Jimmy Ruffin Way on Discogs/5(4).
  5. ‎The older brother of the Temptations' lead singer David Ruffin, Jimmy enjoyed several huge hits himself in the mid-'60s for Berry Gordy's Soul label. Ruffin first signed with another Motown subsidiary, the short-lived Miracle, in , but it was his convincing vocal on "What Becomes of the Brokenhe. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  6. Jan 15,  · I found myself jamming to this track and, being a YouTube music watcher, I set out to find it. I soon saw that my copy was of a higher quality. Thus, I have decided to upload. I hope you enjoy as.
  7. Nov 19,  · Jimmy Ruffin worked his way north to Detroit, then joined the rapidly growing stable of artists at Motown Records in — signed to its Miracle subsidiary label.
  8. Nov 19,  · Motown's Jimmy Ruffin Dies; Sang 'What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted': The Two-Way Singer Jimmy Ruffin, who was born in Mississippi but lent his soulful voice to hits for Detroit's Motown Records.

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