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|Lynn, Barbara - The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-65 (2-CD) CD 1|
|01||You'll Lose A Good Thing||Barbara Lynn|| |
|02||Lonely Heartache||Barbara Lynn|| |
|03||Second Fiddle Girl||Barbara Lynn|| |
|04||Letter Tom Mommy And Daddy||Barbara Lynn|| |
|05||I'm Sorry I Met You||Barbara Lynn|| |
|06||You're Gonna Need Me||Barbara Lynn|| |
|07||Don't Be Cruel||Barbara Lynn|| |
|08||You Can't Be Satisfied||Barbara Lynn|| |
|09||To Love Or Not To Love||Barbara Lynn|| |
|10||Pormises||Barbara Lynn|| |
|11||Laura's Wedding||Barbara Lynn|| |
|12||You Better Stop||Barbara Lynn|| |
|13||Dedicate The Blues To Me||Barbara Lynn|| |
|14||Everybody Loves Somebody||Barbara Lynn|| |
|15||Money||Barbara Lynn|| |
|16||Jealous Love||Barbara Lynn|| |
|Lynn, Barbara - The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-65 (2-CD) CD 2|
|01||Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')||Barbara Lynn|| |
|02||Unfair||Barbara Lynn|| |
|03||Don't Spread It Around||Barbara Lynn|| |
|04||Let Her Knock Herself Out||Barbara Lynn|| |
|05||It's Better To Have It||Barbara Lynn|| |
|06||People Gonna Talk||Barbara Lynn|| |
|07||Just Lay It On The Line||Barbara Lynn|| |
|08||Careless Hands (& Lee Maye)||Barbara Lynn|| |
|09||I've Taken All I'm Gonna Take||Barbara Lynn|| |
|10||Keep On Pushing Your Luck||Barbara Lynn|| |
|11||Can't Buy My Love||Barbara Lynn|| |
|12||That's What A Friend Will Do||Barbara Lynn|| |
|13||All I Need Is Your Love||Barbara Lynn|| |
|14||You're Gonna Be Sorry||Barbara Lynn|| |
|15||Silly Of Me||Barbara Lynn|| |
|16||That's Something I Can't Take||Barbara Lynn|| |
Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
Female singers who played guitar were all but unheard of on the R&B scene, let alone a southpaw. But that's what Barbara Lynn brought to the table. Born January 16, 1942 in Beaumont, Texas, Barbara Lynn Ozen was raised around the blues and got started playing young. "I'd have had to be about 12, 13," she says. "I was already writing too, at an early age--writing poems, setting them to music." Her initial fret activities came on a different axe. "My mother went out and bought me an Arthur Godfrey ukulele," says Barbara. "I think it was $10.95." Lynn's influences ranged from Gatemouth Brown and Ruth Brown to Etta James and Brenda Lee—and, of course, the King. "I had this girl group that I named Bobbie Lynn & The Idols," she says. "We were doing some of Elvis' stuff, like 'Jailhouse Rock,' 'Don't Be Cruel.'"
Swamp pop singer Joe Barry played a big role in Barbara's discovery. "Joe heard about this young black girl playing across the state line at a place called the Palomino Lounge," she says. "He talked to me and told me that his manager's name was Huey Meaux. And he went back and told Huey, and Huey drove to Beaumont, Texas, and talked to my mother and father and got their permission to record me." Meaux took Lynn to Cosimo Matassa's New Orleans studio and cut her plaintive original You'll Lose A Good Thing. "It was a true story. I was going with this guy, and we had a little spat like most people do. I told him, 'If you lose me, you're gonna lose a good thing!'"
With Meaux at the board, Lynn encored with Second Fiddle Girl, You're Gonna Need Me, a recasting of Elvis's Don't Be Cruel, and the love triangle lament (I Cried) At Laura's Wedding before the rocking Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') made a #69 pop impression. More people know the tune today because it was covered on 'The Rolling Stones, Now!' "Huey called me one evening and told me that he had someone that wanted to speak to me," says Barbara. "And it was Mick Jagger. 'God, The Rolling Stones want to talk to me?' (Huey) said, 'Yeah, doll, I think they want to do one of your songs!' I said, 'Oh, great!' And Mick talked to me, and he said, 'Yeah, Barbara, we would like to do "Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')," with your permission, of course.' I said, 'You've got it!'"
After a long and successful run on Jamie, Meaux moved Lynn to his own Tribe logo for the 1966 hit You Left The Water Running before she signed with Atlantic for the solid-selling This Is The Thanks I Get in '68 and 1971's (Until Then) I'll Suffer. She still wickedly wields her left-handed guitar, and Oh! Baby is one of her live staples.
- Bill Dahl -
31 Scorching Classics From 1964
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