Barbara Lynn | The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-1965

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The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-1965

by Barbara Lynn

This enduring, deeply-felt and modern voice of Delta Blues and Crescent City R&B started her career with the songs in this 32-track 2-CD set, including \"You\'ll Lose a Good Thing,\" \"Oh. Baby (We Got a Good Thing Going),\" and \"Second Fiddle Girl.\"
Genre: Blues: Louisiana Blues
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1. You'll Lose a Good Thing
2:38 album only
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2. Lonely Heartache
2:14 album only
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3. Second Fiddle Girl
1:55 album only
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4. Letter to Mommy and Daddy
2:30 album only
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5. I'm Sorry I Met You
2:29 album only
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6. You're Gonna Need Me
2:36 album only
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7. Don't Be Cruel
2:38 album only
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8. You Can't Be Satisfied
2:18 album only
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9. To Love or Not To Love
1:58 album only
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10. Promises
1:47 album only
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11. (I Cried At) Laura's Wedding
2:38 album only
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12. You Better Stop
2:24 album only
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13. Dedicate the Blues to Me
2:16 album only
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14. Everybody Loves Somebody
2:22 album only
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15. Money
1:59 album only
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16. Jealous Love
2:29 album only
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17. Oh! Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin')
2:05 album only
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18. Unfair
2:29 album only
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19. Don't Spread It Around
2:44 album only
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20. Let Her Knock Herself Out
2:01 album only
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21. It's Better to Have It
2:52 album only
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22. People Gonna Talk
2:43 album only
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23. (Don't Pretend) Just Lay It On the Line
2:13 album only
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24. Careless Hands (with Lee Maye)
2:14 album only
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25. I've Taken All I'm Gonna Take
1:59 album only
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26. Keep On Pushing Your Luck
2:16 album only
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27. Can't Buy My Love
1:55 album only
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28. That's What A Friend Will Do
2:34 album only
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29. All I Need Is Your Love
2:38 album only
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30. You're Gonna Be Sorry
2:19 album only
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31. Silly of Me
2:30 album only
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32. That's Something I Can't Do
2:26 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the 1960s, Barbara Lynn repeatedly hit the national charts with her theme of defiant hurt set to the rhythms of Crescent City R&B. With her only Jamie album released after her initial success, most of her singles have been unavailable for many years. This collection brings together the best-known and fullest collection of Barbara’s stellar early career as reflected in her Jamie singles collection.
One of the most original voices of the 1960s, she has proved to be an enduring, deeply-felt and modern voice of Southern soul brought to new audiences by the Rolling Stones\' cover of her song \"Oh! Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin’),\" Moby\'s sample of her work, and her large international following. This 2-CD set puts her breakthrough single, \"You\'ll Lose a Good Thing,” in the context of 15 single releases she recorded for Jamie from 1962 to 1965 and includes such classic chart records as \"It\'s Better to Have It,\" \"Don\'t Spread It Around\" and \"You\'re Gonna Need Me.\"
She recorded with famous musicians like multi-instrumentalist Dr. John at the legendary Cosimo studio in New Orleans. It was a magical time when a pert 20-year-old with a left-handed guitar could break into the national charts with just her own song in her own voice, propelled forward by a defiant but sweet talent that just would not be pushed around.

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Mrs Beverley Thompson

Barbara Lynn,The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-1965
These songs are so romantic and just out of this world,they brought back so many memories of my teenage years when i was a young girl growing up in Jamaica in the 60s and just started dating.
Listening to these music just make me feel so romantic and young at heart. And they help me to relax after a hard day at work. They are just ace!! I love them. I will have no hesitation to recommend any of my friends who are intrested in this collection of Barbara Lynn. {11/09/2008}.
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