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Ruth Brown

Brown & Brown (Ruth Weston and her (later) husband (and ex) James Earl Brown)

Hey Pretty Baby (unissued)
Sentimental Journey (unissued) both of these tracks were recorded in Philadelphia and the masters were bought up by Atlantic and left in their vaults until 1989 when "Hey Pretty Baby" was included on a Ruth Brown compilation.  

The Lucky Millinder Band (members Lucky Millinder, Ruth Weston, Annisteen Allen, Bullmoose Jackson,..........................................) worked with band for a number of months but only sang with band for one month in late 1946.

Ruth Brown (born Ruth Alston Weston in Portsmouth, Virginia on 12-January-1928 --- died 17-November-2006 --- cause: complications following a heart attack and stroke)

Atlantic 879 - So Long / It's Raining - 1949 (With Eddie Condon's Nbc Television Orchestra)
Atlantic 887r - I'll Get Along Somehow (Part 1) / Rocking Blues - 1949
Atlantic 887 - I'll Get Along Somehow (Part 1) / I'll Get Along Somehow (Part 2) - 1949 (Also Recorded By Larry Darnell In 1949 On Regal 3236)
Atlantic 893 - Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe / Love Me Baby – 1950

Ruth Brown And The Delta Rhythm Boys

Atlantic 899 - Why / (I'll Come Back) Someday - 1950 
Atlantic 905 - Sentimental Journey / I Can Dream, Can't I – 1950

Ruth Brown

Atlantic 907 - Where Can I Go / Dear Little Boy Of Mine – 1950
Atlantic 919 - Teardrops From My Eyes / Am I Making The Same Mistake Again? - 1950 (With Budd Johnson's Orch.)
Atlantic 930 - I'll Wait For You / Standing On The Corner – 1951
Atlantic 941 - I Know / I Don't Want Anybody (If I Can't Have You) – 1951
Atlantic 948 - Shine On (Big Bright Moon) / Without My Love – 1951
Atlantic 962 - 5-10-15 Hours (Of Your Love) / Be Anything (But Be Mine) – 1952
Atlantic 973 - Daddy Daddy / Have A Good Time - 1952 (With The James Quintet)

Ruth Brown

Atlantic 978 - Good For Nothing Joe / Three Letters – 1952
Atlantic 986 - (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean* / R. B. Blues - 1953 *a "answer" song to this track was recorded by Scat Man Crothers entitled "Papa (I Don't Treat That Little Girl Mean)" on Recorded In Hollywood 142.
Atlantic 993 - Wild Wild Young Men / Mend Your Ways* - 1953 *on this track Ruth Brown sings a "duet" with herself -- it is the first time Atlantic uses overdubbing. 
Atlantic 1005 - The Tears Keep Tumbling Down / I Would If I Could – 1953
Atlantic 1018 - Love Contest / If You Don't Want Me (I Don't Want No Part Of You) – 1954

Ruth Brown And The Delta Rhythm Boys

Atlantic 1023 - Sentimental Journey / It's All In Your Mind – 1954

Ruth Brown 

Atlantic 1027 - Hello Little Boy / If I Had Any Sense - 1954 (With The Rhythmakers)
Atlantic 1036 - Oh What A Dream* / Please Don't Freeze - 1954 (With The Rhythmakers) *Song written Especially For Ruth Brown By Chuck Willis.
Atlantic 1044 - Mambo Baby* / Somebody Touched Me - 1954 (With The Rhythmakers) *recorded 11-August-1954
Atlantic 1051 - Bye Bye Young Men / Ever Since My Baby's Been Gone - 1955 (With The Rhythmakers)
Atlantic 1059 - I Can See Everybody's Baby / As Long As I'm Moving - 1955 (With The Rhythmakers)
Atlantic 1072 - It's Love Baby (24 Hours Of The Day)* / What'd I Say - 1955 *originally recorded in 1955 by Earl Gaines with Louis Brooks & His Hi-Toppers on Excello 2056. Plus it was also released in 1955 by The Midnighters on Federal 12227

Ruth Brown & Clyde McPhatter (born Clyde Lensey McPhatter on 15-November-1932, died 13-June-1972 of a heart attack in his sleep, after years of drug and alcohol abuse)

Atlantic 1077 - Love Has Joined Us Together / I Gotta Have You – 1955

Ruth Brown & Her Rhythmakers

Atlantic 1082 - I Want To Do More / Old Man River – 1955

Ruth Brown

Atlantic 1091 - Sweet Baby Of Mine / I'm Getting Right – 1956
Atlantic 1102 - Mom Oh Mom / I Want To Be Loved – 1956
Atlantic 1113 - I Still Love You / Smooth Operator – 1956
Atlantic 1125 - Lucky Lips / My Heart Is Breaking Over You - 1957 (Until recently only one copy was known to exist, found in 1999 in Los Angeles. However, in 2007 the
Marr Sound Archives at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, discovered they had two copies, both in excellent condition.)
Atlantic 1140 - One More Time / When I Get You Baby – 1957
Atlantic 1153 - Show Me / I Hope We Meet – 1957
Atlantic 1166 - A New Love / Look Me Up – 1957

Atlantic 1177 - Just Too Much / Book Of Lies – 1958
Atlantic 1197 - This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'* / Why Me - 1958 *Saxophone Solo By King Curtis.
Atlantic 2008 - (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean / I'll Step Aside – 1958
Atlantic 2015 - 5-10-15 Hours / Itty Bitty Girl – 1958
Atlantic 2026 - Jack O'diamonds / I Can't Hear A Word You Say – 1959
Atlantic 2035 - Papa Daddy / I Don't Know – 1959
Atlantic 2052 - Don't Deceive Me* / I Burned Your Letter - 1959
*Originally Recorded In 1953 By Chuck Willis On Okeh 6985.
Atlantic 2064 - What I Wouldn't Give / The Door Is Still Open – 1959
Atlantic 2075 - Taking Care Of Business / Honey Boy – 1960
Atlantic 2088 - Sure 'Nuff / Here He Comes – 1960
Atlantic 2104 - Anyone But You* / It Tears Me All To Pieces - 1961 *Also Recorded In 1968 By Barbara West On Ronn 27.

Venus (Ruth Brown)

Maynor 1061 - Walkin' And Talkin' / Hoopa-Loopa-Doopa - 1961 

Ruth Brown

Philips 40028 - Say It Again / Shake A Hand* - 1962 *Previously Recorded In 1953 By Faye Adams On Herald 416
Philips 40056 - (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean / Hold My Hand - 1962

Philips 40086 - He Tells Me With His Eyes / If You Don't Tell Nobody – 1962
Philips 40119 - If You Don't Tell Nobody / Satisfied – 1962
Noslen 102 - Secret Love / Time After Time – 1963
L G 102 - Time After Time / ? - ?
Decca 31598 - What Happened To You / Yes Sir Thats My Baby – 1964
Decca 31640 - I Love Him And I Know It / Come A Little Closer – 1964
Mainstream 611 - Hurry On Down / On The Good Ship Lollipop – 1964
Solid State 2526 - You're A Stone Groovy Thing / Someday (I Know, I Know) – 1968
Skye 4521 - Yesterday* / Try Me And See - 1969 *this song earned Ruth Brown a 'Grammy'
nomination.

Ruth Brown / Betty Johnson

Atlantic 13146 - Lucky Lips / The Little Blue Man* - ? *flip by Betty Johnson.

Ruth Brown / Sammy Turner /// The Showmen / Sonny Boy Williamson

Ripete 1030 - Sugar Babe / Always /// In Paradise / Don't Start Me To Talking - ? 

Corrections by Dick Lillard. Additions by Garth Tardy of the Marr Sound Archives at the University of Missouri-Kansas City