|RTIST||Sharon Ridley / Ralph Graham|
|A SIDE||Sharon Ridley – Where Did You Learn To Make Love The Way You Do|
|B SIDE||Ralph Graham – Ain’t No Need|
|GENRE||Modern Soul, 70s Soul|
Sharon Ridley – Where Did You Learn To Make Love The Way You Do / Ralph Graham.. -RSD 2019 NUMBERED 45 (Soul Brother) 7″ Vinyl
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Sharon Ridley – Where Did You Learn To Make Love The Way You Do
Ralph Graham – Ain’t No Need
Sussex Records are an iconic 70s label, and from their catalogue Soul Brother Records bring you two of their gems back to back on one 7” single.
“Where Did You Learn To Love Me The Way You Do” is a mid-tempo ballad in the style of an Aretha Franklin track from the period. It comes from the 1971 album “Stay A While From Me” by Sharon Ridley, a musician and vocalist closely associated with genius producer Van McCoy.
Original copies of the track on a 7” have recently exchanged hands for £400 on Discogs and eBay. “Ain’t No Need” is by singer/songwriter Ralph Graham from the album “Differently” and has never previously been made available on 7” single. A sought after track it’s only previous reissue was on the Soul Brother CD/LP “Shaun Robbin’ Sunday Soul Selection”. The song was later covered by Skye.
•• Record Store Day 2019 limited edition numbered Vinyl.*
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