Women Hold Up Half The Sky - Ruby Turner

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Soul, Gospel, and R&B: Ruby Turner is truly the genuine article. Blessed with a voice that can breathe life and meaning into any song, whether it be a passionate ballad or a fast groove

The Guardian, Ruby Turner’s debut album from 1986 reached the Top 50 at the time but is impossible to find on CD, selling for £40+ on eBay and Amazon.

This is the first-ever reissue of the Jive LP, with a raft of bonus material.

Ruby is still very active both with her solo career and as a staple with Jools Holland

Our Price: £9.95
Code: CRPOP62
Weight: 200
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If You’re Ready (Come Go With Me) / (With Jonathan Butler) / In My Life(It’s Better To Be In Love) / A Woman Left Lonely / Bye Baby / I’d Rather Go Blind / I’m In Love / The Story Of A Man And A Woman / Only Women Bleed / Still On My Mind / He’s Mine / Hurting Inside / Bonus Tracks - Won't Cry No More (B-Side) / I'm Livin' A Life Of Love (B-Side) / If You're Ready (Come Go With Me) (Extended Version) / I'm In Love (Extended Version) / Oooh Baby Baby (B-Side) / In My Life (It's Better To Be In Love) (Alternative Version) (B-Side)

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