Take Me to Baltimore

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Take Me to Baltimore
Studio album by Ruth Copeland
Released 1976
Recorded 1976
Genre Funk, urban
Label RCA
Producer Ralph Moss. Daryl Hall
Ruth Copeland chronology
I Am What I Am
(1971)
Take Me to Baltimore
(1976)

Take Me to Baltimore is the third and final studio album to date by English soul singer Ruth Copeland. It was her only album released on RCA Records[2] in 1976 and it was produced by Ralph Moss and her RCA labelmate Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates. It is currently out of print. The rights are held with Sony Music Entertainment.

Track listing[edit]

Side One

  1. "Win Or Lose" (Jesse Rae)
  2. "Milky Way Man" (Daryl Hall, Ruth Copeland)
  3. "Oh Baby" (Howard Harris, Ruth Copeland)
  4. "Here You Come Again" (Eric Thorngren, John Turi, Ruth Copeland, William Hocher)
  5. "Cliches" (Eric Thorngren, Ruth Copeland)

Side Two

  1. "Heaven" (Daryl Hall, Ruth Copeland)
  2. "Take Me to Baltimore" (Dick Wagner, Ruth Copeland)
  3. "Some Hearts Need to Sing The Blues" (John Turi, Ruth Copeland)
  4. "If You Don't Want My Love" (Eric Thorngren, John Turi, Ruth Copeland)
  5. "Senses" (Eric Thorngren)

Personnel[edit]

Technical
  • Frankie D'Augusta, Ralph Moss - engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Craig DeCamps RCA staff designer
  2. ^ [1]