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Ruby Winters

Vocalist Ruby Winters recorded many energetic spirit singles for small labels through the entire past due ’60s and early ’70s, but never could use beyond regional position. Winters was created in Kentucky, but elevated in Cinncinnati. She experienced her first graph strike in 1967, teaming with Johnny Thunder for any duet remake of Jo Stafford’s 1954 solitary “HAVE SEX if you ask me.” Their edition peaked at quantity 13 around the R&B graphs. She experienced another Best 20 strike with “I Don’t Wish to Cry” in 1969 for Gemstone, and one last Top 20 solitary in 1969 with “Think Who.” Following produces on Polydor, Playboy, and Millennium with the ’70s didn’t generate much curiosity.

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