The Ruby And The Pearl


Ruby(ルビー)は、まつもとゆきひろ(通称 Matz)により開発されたオブジェクト指向スクリプト言語であり、スクリプト言語が用いられてきた領域でのオブジェクト指向プログラミングを実現する。また日本で開発されたプログラミング言語としては初めて国際電気標準会議で国際規格に認証された事例となった。

Ruby は1993年2月24日に生まれ、1995年12月にfj上で発表された。名称の Ruby は、プログラミング言語 Perl が6月の誕生石である Pearl(真珠)と同じ発音をすることから、まつもとの同僚の誕生石(7月)のルビーを取って名付けられた。

<Ruby – Wikipedia>


Dena DeRose – The Ruby and the Pearl(2013)



Branford Marsalis – The Ruby And The Pearl(2004)

小泉今日子 – 怪盗ルビイ(1988)
作詞:和田誠、作編曲:大瀧詠一、Strings, Horn Arrange: 服部克久



寺尾聰 – ルビーの指環(1981)



Peter Harris – Ruby(1975)

Ozzie – The Ballad of Jack Ruby(1975)

Jack Ruby – Out Of Touch(1974)

Bllly “Crash” Craddock – Ruby Baby(1974)

Ruby – Strange Love(1974)

Railroad Gin – Ruby Tuesday(1974)

The Five Arcades – Ruby Lee(1973)

Merkin – Ruby(1973)
from the album “Music From Merkin Manor”

Seals & Crofts – Ruby Jean and Billie Lee(1973)

Helen Reddy – Leave Me Alone(Ruby Red Dress)(1973)

Dion & The Belmonts – Ruby Baby / Drip Drop(1972 Live Reunion)

Uncle Walt’s Band – Ruby(1972)

Ruby And The Party Gang – Hey Ruby(Shut Your Mouth)(1971)

Melanie – Ruby Tuesday(1970)

Earth & Fire – Ruby Is The One(1970)

Kenny Rogers and The First Edition – Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town(1969/05)

Ruby Andrews – You Made A Believer(Out Of Me)(1969)

Pavel Bobek – Oh, Ruby, nechtěj mi lásku brát(1969)

Kenny Rogers & The First Edition – Ruby “Don’t Take Your Love To Town”(1969)

Deep Water Reunion – Ruby Foo(1968)

Silver Apples – Ruby(1968)

Johnny Darrell – Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town(1967/02)

Mel Tillis wrote it, Kenny Rogers is probably best known for his version of it, but Johnny Darrell was the man who had the country hit with it, making it to #9 in 1967.

The Rolling Stones – Ruby Tuesday(UK:1967/01/13)

produced by Andrew Loog Oldham
Pop Chart Peaks: Billboard, Cash Box & Record World #1 – UK Chart Peak: #3
The group’s only ballad to top the U.S. charts during the 1960s.

Waylon Jennings – Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town

recorded September 8, 1966
from the album “Love Of The Common People”(1967)RCA Victor LSP-3825
Nearly a year after Waylon had recorded this Mel Tillis song it was finally issued as a track on his summertime 1967 LP “Love Of The Common People,” though a version by Johnny Darrell had recently made it into the C&W top 10 The most famous recording by Kenny Rogers & the First Edition was released in the spring of 1969.

Christel Ruby – Le Soleil Du Vietnam(1967)

Ruby & The Romantics – Remember Me(1966)

Ruby Johnson – I’ll Run Your Heart Away(1966)

Nathan Davis – Ruby My Dear(1965)

Bobby Rydell – Ruby Baby(1964)

The Killing Of Lee Harvey Oswald By Jack Ruby 1963

The Beatles with Tony Sheridan – Ruby Baby

Dion – Ruby Baby(1962)
conducted by Robert Mersey

Dion’s top record hit of the year was of this song introduced by The Drifters in 1956


Ruby and the Romantics – Our Day Will Come(1962/12)
ルビーとロマンティクス – 燃える初恋
conducted by Leroy Kirkland

Hammond organ solo by Leroy Glover
A #1 hit on both the pop and R&B charts

Marty Robbins – Ruby Ann(1962)
produced by Don Law & Frank Jones

Marty’s follow-up release to “Devil Woman” (also posted) reached #1 on the country music charts and top-20’pop’.

George Melachrino – Ruby(1962)

The Valentines – Hey Ruby(1961)

The Silhouettes with Roger Smith – My Little Ruby(1961)
South Africa

Flatt & Scruggs & Ricky Skaggs – Ruby(1961)

Donnie And The Dreamers – Ruby My Love(1961)

Wayne Shorter – The Ruby And The Pearl(1960)

Tina Brooks – The Ruby And The Pearl(1960)

Ray Charles – Ruby(1960/11)
orchestra & chorus conducted by Marty Paich

Pop Chart Peaks: Music Vendor 17, Cash Box 21, Billboard 28 – R&B Chart 10
Ray’s follow-up single release to “Georgia On My Mind” was this lushly arranged lyrical version of the 1953 movie theme from “Ruby Gentry.”


Joanie Sommers with The Sir Chauncey Combo – Ruby-Duby-Du(1960/11)
Ernie Freeman as “The Sir Chauncey Combo”

The instrumental piece was written by Charles Wolcott and played throughout his score for the MGM crime drama “Key Witness,” starring Jeffrey Hunter (good guy) and Dennis Hopper (nasty guy). The most successful recording of “Ruby Duby Du” was by Tobin Matthews

Tobin Mathews & Co. – Ruby Duby Du(1960/10)

Billboard Pop Chart Peak: 30
This piece was written by Charles Wolcott and played throughout his score for the MGM crime drama “Key Witness,” starring Jeffrey Hunter (good guy) and Dennis Hopper (nasty guy).

“Key Witness”(1960)Trailer

“key witness” は重要証人の意。

Adam Wade – Ruby(1960/02)

Ronnie Hawkins And The Hawks – Ruby Baby(1959)

Conway Twitty – Hey Miss Ruby(1959)

B. B. King – Ruby Lee(1958)

Eddie Holland – Little Miss Ruby(1958)

Ronald & Ruby – Lollipop(1958)

Billy Porto – Ruby Ruby(1957)

Thelonious Monk Quartet – Ruby My Dear(1957)

The Drifters – Ruby Baby(1956)

Dave Burton – Rock’N’ Roll Ruby( 1956)

Warren Smith – Rock’N’ Roll Ruby(1956)

Nita, Rita And Ruby – Hi De Ank Tum(1955)

Ruby Murray – Evermore(1955)

Jackie Gleason – Ruby(1955)

Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra – Ruby(1953/07)
vocal: Vaughn Monroe and the Chorus

This lovely theme from the film drama “Ruby Gentry” (Charlton Heston-Jennifer Jones) was a top-5 instrumental hit for Richard Hayman in 1953, with these Mitchell Parish lyrics also added that year and introduced by Vaughn Monroe. Singers Adam Wade and Ray Charles would both have charted singles of “Ruby” in 1960.

Les Baxter and his Orchestra – Ruby(1953)
solo harmonica by Danny Welton

This top-10 version of the “Ruby Gentry” movie theme (a much bigger hit for Richard Hayman) joins Baxter’s “April In Portugal” and “I Love Paris” in this collection of 1953 tunes.

Richard Hayman and his Orchestra – Ruby(1953/06)

Lovely harmonica-lead instrumental theme from the Jennifer Jones-Charlton Heston film “Ruby Gentry” was Hayman’s most popular recording, reaching chart position #3. Also in this collection are his “April In Portugal” and the Les Baxter version of “Ruby.”

Frankie Laine – The Ruby And The Pearl(1952)
with Paul Weston and his Orchestra

Perry Como – The Ruby And The Pearl(1952)

Nat “King” Cole – The Ruby And The Pearl(1952)
with Les Baxter Orchestra

“The Ruby And The Pearl” はこの映画の曲だそうだ。
Paramount Picture “Thunder In The East“(1952)Trailer





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