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Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me FLAC album


Performer: Johnny Thunder
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music / Pop music
Title: Make Love To Me
Country: US
Released: 1967
FLAC version ZIP size: 1421 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1722 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1809 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Johnny Thunder released an album, Loop De Loop, and several follow-up singles, of which "Everybody Do The Sloopy" was the most successful, reaching no. 67 in late 1965. In 1967, he had another minor hit as part of a duo with Ruby Winters on "Make Love To Me. .In 1969, Thunder released his first single for Calla Records, the "raucous" rock song "I'm Alive", featuring "Verbal Expressions of .

Ruby Winters has been played on NTS in shows including The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show w/ Charlie Bones, featured first on 1 December 2016. Songs played include Treat Me Right. Ruby Winters (January 18, 1942 – August 7, 2016) was an American soul singer whose records made the singles charts in both the US and UK in the 1960s and 1970s. Winters was born in Kentucky and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She had her first minor hit in 1967, a duet with pop singer Johnny Thunder on the song. She had her first minor hit in 1967, a duet with pop singer Johnny Thunder on the song "Make Love To Me", which had previously been a hit in 1954 for Jo Stafford.

Not to be confused with Johnny Thunders, the legendary junkie guitarist of the New York Dolls and the Heartbreakers, Johnny Thunder was a dynamic R&B and rock & roll singer who originally sang as a backing vocalist for the Drifters and the Ink Spots. He had a hit in 1963 with "Loop de Loop," and an infectious dance number reminiscent of Hank Ballard or a more soulful Chubby Checker. Although he had another minor hit a few years later with "Make Love to Me," a duet with Ruby Winters, during the early '60s he wasn't able to successfully follow up "Loop.

Vocalist Ruby Winters recorded several energetic soul singles for tiny labels throughout the late '60s and early '70s, but never could break out beyond regional status. Winters was born in Kentucky, but raised in Cinncinnati. She had her first chart hit in 1967, teaming with Johnny Thunder for a duet remake of Jo Stafford's 1954 single "Make Love to M. Their version peaked at number 13 on the R&B charts. She had another Top 20 hit with "I Don't Want to Cry" in 1969 for Diamond, and one final Top 20 single in 1969 with "Guess Wh.

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Album · 1977 · 12 Songs. 2:20. 12. Teach Me Tonight. 12 Songs, 32 Minutes.

Tracklist

A Make Love To Me 2:18
B Teach Me Tonight 2:21

Notes

Pressed On Brown Wax

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D-218 Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me ‎(7", Single) Diamond Records Inc D-218 US 1967
SS 2005 Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me ‎(7", Single, Promo) Stateside SS 2005 UK 1967
SS 2005 Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me / Teach Me Tonight ‎(7", Single) Stateside SS 2005 Netherlands Unknown
D-218 Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters Johnny Thunder & Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me ‎(7", Promo) Diamond Records Inc D-218 US 1967
SS 2005 Johnny Thunder And Ruby Winters Johnny Thunder And Ruby Winters - Make Love To Me / Teach Me Tonight ‎(7", Single, Mono) Stateside SS 2005 UK 1967