Barbara Lynn The Atlantic Years 1968-1973 Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP (Mono/Stereo)
Barbara Lynn The Atlantic Years 1968-1973 Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP (Mono/Stereo)
Genre: R&B
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Barbara Lynn The Atlantic Years 1968-1973 Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP (Mono/Stereo)

Barbara Lynn

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SKU:
ROGLP100
UPC:
081227909635

Strict One Time Pressing! Very Limited Quantities! Order Now Or Miss Out!
Remastered & Pressed On Numbered, Limited Edition 180g Vinyl!

First Time Lynn's Complete Atlantic Output Is Collected On Vinyl!

Barbara Lynn Ozen is an American rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter born in Beaumont, Texas and played piano as a child but switched to guitar, which she plays left-handed, inspired by Guitar Slim, Jimmy Reed, Elvis Presley and Brenda Lee. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit "You'll Lose A Good Thing." In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship. She performed in local clubs in Texas, where singer Joe Berry introduced her to Huey P. Meaux who ran Sugarhill Recording Studio and several labels in New Orleans.

Her first single, "You'll Lose A Good Thing," co-written by her and Meaux, was recorded at Cosimo Matassa's J&M Studio with session musicians including Dr. John and was released by Jamie Records in 1962. It was a #1 US Billboard R&B chart hit and Top 10 Hot 100 hit. The song was later recorded by Aretha Franklin and became a country hit for Freddy Fender.

Unusual for the time, Lynn was a female African American singer who both wrote most of her own songs and played a lead instrument. Soon Lynn was touring with Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Al Green, Carla Thomas, Marvin Gaye, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations and B.B. King. She appeared at the Apollo Theater, twice on American Bandstand. In 1965 she had her song, "Oh Baby (We've Got A Good Thing Goin')" (1964) covered by the Rolling Stones on their album The Rolling Stones Now! in the US and Out Of Our Heads in the UK.

She signed with Atlantic Records in 1967 and recorded Here is Barbara Lynn in 1968. Dissatisfaction with poor promotion and having three children in 1970 largely contributed to her decision to retire from the music business for most of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1994 she recorded her first studio album for over 20 years. In 1999, she was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. In 2002, Moby sampled Lynn's "I'm A Good Woman," on his album "18." She appears in the 2015 documentary film, "I Am The Blues." In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship Award.

Features

  • Strict One Time Pressing based on preorders received
  • Numbered, Limited Edition
  • 180g Vinyl LP
  • Remastered
  • Lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio
  • Single Tip-on style jacket
  • First time collection on vinyl
  • Mono/Stereo

Selections

Side One:

  1. You're Losing Me
  2. You'll Lose A Good Thing
  3. This Is The Thanks I Get (Mono)
  4. Maybe We Can Slip Away
  5. He Aint' Gonna Do Right (Mono)
  6. People Like Me (Mono)
  7. You're Gonna See A Lot More (Of My Leaving) (Mono)
  8. Love Ain't Never Hurt Nobody (Mono)

Side Two:

  1. Sufferin' City
  2. Nice & Easy (Mono)
  3. I'm A One Man Woman (Mono)
  4. You Better Quit It (Mono)
  5. (Daddy Hot Stuff) You're Too Hot To Hold (Mono)
  6. You Make Me So Hot
  7. It Ain't No Good to Be Too Good
  8. Soul Deep (Mono, Bonus Track)
Description

Strict One Time Pressing! Very Limited Quantities! Order Now Or Miss Out!
Remastered & Pressed On Numbered, Limited Edition 180g Vinyl!

First Time Lynn's Complete Atlantic Output Is Collected On Vinyl!

Barbara Lynn Ozen is an American rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter born in Beaumont, Texas and played piano as a child but switched to guitar, which she plays left-handed, inspired by Guitar Slim, Jimmy Reed, Elvis Presley and Brenda Lee. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit "You'll Lose A Good Thing." In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship. She performed in local clubs in Texas, where singer Joe Berry introduced her to Huey P. Meaux who ran Sugarhill Recording Studio and several labels in New Orleans.

Her first single, "You'll Lose A Good Thing," co-written by her and Meaux, was recorded at Cosimo Matassa's J&M Studio with session musicians including Dr. John and was released by Jamie Records in 1962. It was a #1 US Billboard R&B chart hit and Top 10 Hot 100 hit. The song was later recorded by Aretha Franklin and became a country hit for Freddy Fender.

Unusual for the time, Lynn was a female African American singer who both wrote most of her own songs and played a lead instrument. Soon Lynn was touring with Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Al Green, Carla Thomas, Marvin Gaye, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations and B.B. King. She appeared at the Apollo Theater, twice on American Bandstand. In 1965 she had her song, "Oh Baby (We've Got A Good Thing Goin')" (1964) covered by the Rolling Stones on their album The Rolling Stones Now! in the US and Out Of Our Heads in the UK.

She signed with Atlantic Records in 1967 and recorded Here is Barbara Lynn in 1968. Dissatisfaction with poor promotion and having three children in 1970 largely contributed to her decision to retire from the music business for most of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1994 she recorded her first studio album for over 20 years. In 1999, she was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. In 2002, Moby sampled Lynn's "I'm A Good Woman," on his album "18." She appears in the 2015 documentary film, "I Am The Blues." In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship Award.

Features

  • Strict One Time Pressing based on preorders received
  • Numbered, Limited Edition
  • 180g Vinyl LP
  • Remastered
  • Lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio
  • Single Tip-on style jacket
  • First time collection on vinyl
  • Mono/Stereo

Selections

Side One:

  1. You're Losing Me
  2. You'll Lose A Good Thing
  3. This Is The Thanks I Get (Mono)
  4. Maybe We Can Slip Away
  5. He Aint' Gonna Do Right (Mono)
  6. People Like Me (Mono)
  7. You're Gonna See A Lot More (Of My Leaving) (Mono)
  8. Love Ain't Never Hurt Nobody (Mono)

Side Two:

  1. Sufferin' City
  2. Nice & Easy (Mono)
  3. I'm A One Man Woman (Mono)
  4. You Better Quit It (Mono)
  5. (Daddy Hot Stuff) You're Too Hot To Hold (Mono)
  6. You Make Me So Hot
  7. It Ain't No Good to Be Too Good
  8. Soul Deep (Mono, Bonus Track)
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
R&B
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
YES
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Barbara Lynn
Title
The Atlantic Years 1968-1973
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
1
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
1
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
12-11-2019
Release Date
06-24-2020
Scratch & Dent
0
Availability
Discontinued
Format
Vinyl
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