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Barbara Lynn

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Barbara Lynn

Profile by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 22 September 1972

BARBARA LYNN is probably best known for her composition of 'You'll Lose A Good Thing', which she recorded herself in 1962 and gained a Gold ...

Barbara Lynn: A Good Thing She Didn't Give Up

Profile and Interview by Jon Young, Musician, December 1988

"I'M A CAPRICORN, and Capricorns don't give up," Barbara Lynn laughs, explaining how she's endured years of obscurity. "All this time I've had the patience ...

Barbara Lynn: Barbara Lynn: The Atlantic Sessions

Sleeve notes by David Nathan, ammended, for Ichiban Soul Classics, September 1994

WHILE THE ANNALS OF R&B music history are filled with artists whose initial impact is never surpassed, there are more than a few men and ...

Barbara Lynn

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

b. Barbara Lynn Ozen, 16 January 1942, Beaumont, Texas, USA ...

How Barbara Lynn Changed The Blues Forever

Interview by John Morthland, Wondering Sound, 12 November 2014

BARBARA LYNN, who topped rhythm and blues charts in 1962 with 'You'll Lose a Good Thing', which also crossed over to the pop Top 10, ...


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