I first heard Baby Washington played at The Twisted Wheel in 1963 it was a Sue 45 that Roger Eagle the DJ liked and soon I was hooked on that sound: “That’s How Heartaches Are Made”. When he left the Wheel he DJayed at the Blue Note club in Manchester. I followed him; becoming the resident DJ at the club and dug out this record and it once again became very popular, so I found several more and LP’s and played them:
Justine ‘ Baby’ Washington
Who’s Going To Take Care Of Me / I Can’t Wait Until I See My Baby’s Face
Hey Lonely One / Doodlin
Doodlin was later recorded by Dusty Springfield
It’ll Never Be Over For Me / Move On Drifter
The version by Timi Yuro became a Northern Soul major anthem.
Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream
“Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream” was also recorded by Tomiko Jones, as were many of her recordings – several by Dusty Springfield.
Wikipedia: Baby Washington