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Rufus Beacham was a popular R&B attraction during the early 1950s. He recorded for Bob Shad's Sittin' in With and JAX labels, King Records and Henry Stone's Chart label. His fame and popularity seem to have been confined almost entirely to his home state of Florida. Featuring his two sessions for King Records, one in 1952 with Sonny Thompson and the other in 1955 under his own name along with his 1952 Ray Charles session. He was without doubt a very popular entertainer who seemed to have enjoyed a career that he sustained for over 30 years without seemingly venturing outside of Florida.
Rufus Beacham was a popular R&B attraction during the early 1950s. He recorded for Bob Shad's Sittin' in With and JAX labels, King Records and Henry Stone's Chart label. His fame and popularity seem to have been confined almost entirely to his home state of Florida. Featuring his two sessions for King Records, one in 1952 with Sonny Thompson and the other in 1955 under his own name along with his 1952 Ray Charles session. He was without doubt a very popular entertainer who seemed to have enjoyed a career that he sustained for over 30 years without seemingly venturing outside of Florida.
604988325027
My Baby & Me 1951-1956 Featuring The Complete (Uk)
Artist: Rufus Beacham
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hey, Hey! Pretty Baby
2. My Baby and Me
3. Since I Fell for You
4. I Want You So
5. Guitar Blues
6. Baby Let Me Hear You Call My Name
7. I Can't Do No More
8. Roly-Poly
9. Do You Know How to Boogie
10. Sad Feelings
11. Trip Rhumba
12. My Heart Needs Someone
13. Insulated Sugar
14. Four Thirty in the Morning
15. I Hope You Love Me Too
16. Lord Have Mercy
17. Queenie's Bounce
18. Let Me Be
19. Love Have Mercy
20. What Has Happened to Me
21. My Baby and Me
22. Good Woman
23. Don't Say You Love Me
24. I Can't Believe
25. All Right

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Rufus Beacham was a popular R&B attraction during the early 1950s. He recorded for Bob Shad's Sittin' in With and JAX labels, King Records and Henry Stone's Chart label. His fame and popularity seem to have been confined almost entirely to his home state of Florida. Featuring his two sessions for King Records, one in 1952 with Sonny Thompson and the other in 1955 under his own name along with his 1952 Ray Charles session. He was without doubt a very popular entertainer who seemed to have enjoyed a career that he sustained for over 30 years without seemingly venturing outside of Florida.
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