Top Timi Yuro Albums
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Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, February 18, 1962) - Single
Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, February 18, 1962) - Single
[2020]
Unforgettable
Unforgettable
[2017]
The Unreleased & Rare Liberty Recordings
The Unreleased & Rare Liberty Recordings
[2015]
I'm a Star Now
I'm a Star Now
[2014]
1961 - 1962 Liberty Singles
1961 - 1962 Liberty Singles
[2014]
Best Love Songs (Succès de légendes)
Best Love Songs (Succès de légendes)
[2014]
The Outstanding Timi Yuro, Vol. 1
The Outstanding Timi Yuro, Vol. 1
[2013]
I'm so Hurt
I'm so Hurt
[2013]
The Queen of R&B Timi Yuro, Vol. 2
The Queen of R&B Timi Yuro, Vol. 2
[2013]
Timi Yuro
Timi Yuro
[2012]
Only Love Can Break A Heart
Only Love Can Break A Heart
[2007]
Timi Yuro: Legendary Sister of Soul
Timi Yuro: Legendary Sister of Soul
[2007]
The Amazing Timi Yuro: The Mercury Years
The Amazing Timi Yuro: The Mercury Years
[2005]
What's A Matter Baby (Expanded Edition)
What's A Matter Baby (Expanded Edition)
[2004]
Live At P.J.'s (Expanded Edition)
Live At P.J.'s (Expanded Edition)
[2000]
The Great Timi Yuro
The Great Timi Yuro
[1995]
I'm Yours
I'm Yours
[1982]
All Alone Am I (1981 Recording)
All Alone Am I (1981 Recording)
[1981]
Something Bad On My Mind
Something Bad On My Mind
[1968]
What's the Matter Baby
What's the Matter Baby
[1963]
Related Information for Timi Yuro
Timi Yuro (born Rosemary Yuro, August 4, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois - March 30, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was an American soul and R&B singer. She is considered to be one of the first blue-eyed soul stylists of the rock era.According to her record label, Liberty Records, Yuro moved with her family to Los Angeles, United States. There, she sang in her parents' Italian restaurant and in local clubs before catching the eye and ear of record executives. Signed to Liberty, she had a U.S. Billboard No. 4 single in 1961 with "Hurt", an R&B ballad that had been an early success for Roy Hamilton. On "Hurt" and on her Billboard No. 12 follow-up in 1962, "What's a Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You?)"... read more