[Review] “Feelin’ Good.” David Ruffin’s Second Solo Album. Released November 1969

Shortcut: Link to Feelin’ Good on Spotify David Ruffin’s second solo album, Feelin’ Good, was released in November 1969, 6 months after the first album, My Whole World Ended. Feelin’ Good has some serious gems in it, but at times it also feels hastily slapped together to leverage the fans’ desire to see a Ruffin …

The best cover of Feelin’ Alright? might belong to David Ruffin (Sorry, Joe Cocker & Traffic).

Shortcut: a Spotify playlist of many different covers of Feelin’ Alright? from which you can compare & contrast. Monday afternoon I was driving down I-5 South towards Bakersfield. Just me, the hills, the fields, the cattle, the tundra and desert…I was gonna stay there the night and then head down to LA on Tuesday for …

“My Whole World Ended.” David Ruffin’s First Solo Album.

“My Whole World Ended,” is the first solo album David Ruffin performed after he got fired from left The Temps. The album as a whole is one of those you can play over and over again, especially the back-half of the album, which sounds like the classic “B-sides” back side that’s stripped down (and, therefore, …

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