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Jimmy Ruffin - Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby download album

  • Performer: Jimmy Ruffin
  • Album: Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby
  • FLAC: 1510 mb | MP3: 1167 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: US
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Jimmy Ruffin - Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby download album

Jimmy Ruffin's fourth single release carries a sad story with it. One of the co-writers of the song was Rodger Penzabene, who found the inspiration for th. .

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Ruffin's second album, Ruff 'n' Ready, was released in 1969. Later life and death. Following the 2010 release - on CD for the first time - of his 1970 album I Am My Brother's Keeper, Ruffin had been writing and recording songs for a new album that he had planned to release during 2013. It was not finished at the time of his death Ruffin lived in the area of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Jimmy Ruffin (born 7 May 1936 in Collinsville, Mississippi; died 17 November 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was an American soul singer. His 1966 hit "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" was a major success and his most well-known song. He was offered a chance to sing with The Temptations, but he politely declined in favor of his younger brother, David Ruffin (born 1941; died 1991). Jimmy Ruffin (born 7 May 1936 in Collinsville, Mississippi; died 17 November 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was an American soul singer. View full artist profile.

Watch the video for Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby from Jimmy Ruffin's Greatest Motown Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Greatest Motown Hits.

Don't You Miss Me a Little Bit Baby" is a 1967 soul song originally recorded by Motown singer Jimmy Ruffin and released on the company's Soul subsidiary label. The track was written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong, Motown's hit songwriting duo responsible for many of the company's late '60s and early '70s classics. The song was also co-written by lyricist Rodger Penzabene, who drew inspiration from his real-life heart break over learning that his wife had been unfaithful.

Aimlessly with no sense of direction Baby I'm trying to tell you I need your sweet love and affection Yes I do (yes I do) Can't make it without you (I need you) Oh yeah (yes I do). This loneliness and separation Makes too high a price to pay When two people love each other the way we do Should nothing stand in their way. You're making a mountain out of a molehill Because of your pride You're letting a little misunderstanding Push true love aside. Who cares who was right or wrong Just say you want me back baby And I come running, running back home

Don't You Miss Me a Little Bit Baby. Don't You Miss Me a Little Bit Baby. David Ruffin's I Miss You cover of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes's I Miss You. Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye's Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart) cover of The Stylistics's Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart).

However, subsequent releases such as Don’t You Miss Me a Little Bit Baby (1967) and I’ll Say Forever My Love (1968) described a downward trajectory. When Maria (You Were The Only One) just scraped into the Hot 100 in 1970, it was Ruffin’s last appearance on the chart for a decade. He realised that the success of Brokenhearted had been a mixed blessing. The two brothers then teamed up to make the album I Am My Brother’s Keeper (1970), which enjoyed moderate success and included versions of Stand By Me and He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother. Jimmy, meanwhile, decided to concentrate on the more receptive UK market, and in 1970 he scored Top 10 hits in Britain with Farewell Is a Lonely Sound and It’s Wonderful (to Be Loved By You). Reissues of Brokenhearted and Farewell Is a Lonely Sound in 1974 brought further chart success.

Tracklist

A Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby 2:58
B I Want Her Love 2:42

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Phonodisc Limited

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S-35035 Jimmy Ruffin Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby ‎(7") Soul S-35035 US 1967
S-35035 Jimmy Ruffin Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby ‎(7", Promo) Soul S-35035 US 1967
S-35035 Jimmy Ruffin Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby ‎(7", Promo) Soul S-35035 US 1967
GO 25.621 Jimmy Ruffin Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown GO 25.621 Netherlands 1967
TMG 617 Jimmy Ruffin Don't You Miss Me A Little Bit Baby ‎(7", Single, Sol) Tamla Motown TMG 617 UK 1967