David Ruffin's third and self-titled solo offering was in many ways a collaborative effort with Bobby Miller, who produced the David Ruffin (1973) album an. .
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Exercised a little more trust, we thought a little harder 'bout us We both took time to care whenever we felt despair. But oh, it wasn't easy, no no no no There were times, there were times when we felt like turning around But an inner voice, an inner voice kept on saying and saying 'David, don't, don't put each other down' And in time, ooh, in time we grew closer, yes we did I to her, her to me. Giving, ooh, giving was the answer And patience, patience was the key And now, now now now our love flows smooth as a waterfall . 99. A Little More Trust. 100. A Day in the Life, of a Working Man. 101. 102. Money (That's What I Want). 103. For Your Precious Love.
Singles issued from the album: A Little More Trust b/w A Day In The Life Of A Working Man Motown 1204, June 8, 1972; did not chart. Blood Donors Needed (Give All You Can) b/w Go On With Your Bad Self Motown 1223, February 27, 1973; did not chart. Common Man b/w I'm Just A Mortal Man Motown 1259, July 31, 1973; R&B. A special "thank you" from Producer, Norman Whitfield, and David Ruffin to the following musicians who provided their time and talents in the production of this album: ( Dennis Coffey appears courtesy of Sussex Records, In. Thanks to the following background singers:. Recorded at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, California.
Label Category Country Year. M 1204F David Ruffin A Little More Trust (7", Promo) Motown M 1204F US. 1972.
David Ruffin - Walk Away From Love. David Ruffin - (If Loving You is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right. David Ruffin - Break My Heart. David Ruffin - On and Off. David Ruffin.
A Day in the Life is an album by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1967. It reached number one on the Billboard Jazz album chart and number 2 on the R&B chart. It also reached number 13 on the Billboard 200. The single "Windy" became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at number forty-four. After recording for Riverside and Verve, Montgomery signed with A&M. His renditions of pop hits were played regularly on Top 40 radio.
Contrary to anything you’ve heard, the ability to actually carry a tune is in no regard a disability in becoming a rock & roll singer, only a mild disadvantage. Conversely, nothing in the vocal limitations of a Lou Reed guarantees a Pale Blue Eyes every time out, any more than singing as crazy-clumsy as Tom Waits guarantees a Downtown Train. Yet there’s a certain time-tested sturdiness to the lowchops approach forged by touchstone figures like Bob Dylan and Jim Morrison and Jonathan Richman, one that helps define rock & roll singing.
I usually trust my friends’ opinions of films. 7. Families work well when things are going well, but the real test of a family comes at times of stress. Perhaps Mum has been working too hard, or perhaps young Amy is taking exams at school. These are times when all families can find themselves fighting instead of helping each other. When a family is going through a crisis like this, it can often help to talk to someone outside the family.
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|1204F||David Ruffin||A Little More Trust / A Day In The Life Of A Working Man (7")||Motown||1204F||US||1972|
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