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  • Barbara Lynn the left-handed guitar player: Feel Alright

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  • Barbara Lynn Ozen R & B guitar player

    #barbara lynn #r and b #soul #rock and roll #60s#guitar#vintage
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  • #barbara lynn #you'll lose a good thing #electric blues #rock and roll #r&b #rhythm and blues #60s music#1960s music#1963#english language#american music #album of the day #music rec#album rec
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  • Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') Barbara Lynn

    Barbara Lynn - Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’) (1964)

    Singer and guitarist Barbara Lynn’s big 1962 hit was You’ll Lose a Good Thing.  Two years later she wrote and recorded this “follow up”.  It’s a bit more upbeat but just as good - the Rolling Stones obviously liked it since they covered it on The Rolling Stones, Now!                                    

    #Barbara Lynn #Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') #Huey P. Meaux
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  • Barbara Lynn performing “What’d I Say” in 1966

    See Lynn performing the same song in 2019
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    What’d I Say
    Songwriter: Ray Charles

    Hey mama don’t you treat me wrong
    Come and love your daddy all night long
    All right now, hey, hey, all right

    See the girl with the diamond ring
    She knows how to shake that thing
    All right now, hey, hey, hey, hey

    Tell your mama, tell your pa
    I’m going to sing you back to Arkansas
    Oh yes ma'am
    You don’t do right, don’t do right

    When you see me in misery, come on baby see about me
    Now yeah, all right, all right
    Aw play it boy

    When you see me in misery, come on baby see about me
    Now yeah, hey, hey, all right

    See the girl with the red dress on
    She can do the birdland all night long

    Yeah yeah, what’d I say
    All right
    Well, tell me what’d I say, tell me what’d I say right now
    Tell me what’d I say, tell me what’d I say right now
    Tell me what’d I say, tell me what’d I say

    And I wanna know
    Baby I wanna know right now
    And-a I wanna know
    And I wanna know right now yeah
    And-a I wanna know
    Said I wanna know yeah

    Hey, don’t quit now! (c'mon honey)
    Uh-uh Naw, What? What’s that? I say, what’s that?
    One time? alright

    Hey (hey) ho (ho) hey (hey) ho (ho) hey (hey) ho (ho)
    Oh one more time (just one more time)
    Say it one more time right now (just one more time)
    Say it one more time now (just one more time)
    Say it one more time yeah (just one more time)
    Say it one more time (just one more time)
    Say it one more time yeah (just one more time)

    Hey (hey) ho (ho) hey (hey) ho (ho) hey (hey) ho (ho)
    Ah! Make me feel so good (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good now yeah (make me feel so good)
    Woah! Baby (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good yeah (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good (make me feel so good)
    Make me feel so good yeah (make me feel so good)
    Huh (huh) ho (ho) huh (huh) ho (ho) huh (huh) ho (ho)
    Awh it’s all right (baby it’s all right)
    Said that it’s all right right now (baby it’s all right)
    Said that it’s all right (baby it’s all right)
    Said that it’s all right yeah (baby it’s all right)
    Said that it’s all right (baby it’s all right)
    Said that it’s all right (baby it’s all right)

    Woah! Shake that thing now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing now now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing right now (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)
    Baby shake that thing (baby shake that thing)
    Woah! I feel all right now yeah (make me feel all right)
    Said I feel all right now (make me feel all right)
    Woooah! (make me feel all right)
    Tell you I feel all right (make me feel all right)
    Said I feel all right (make me feel all right)
    Baby I feel all right (make me feel all right)

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  • Miss Barbara Lynn!

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  • Barbara Lynn - I Feel Alright

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  • #I love this album sm #Barbara Lynn#Spotify
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  • 1. You’re Losing Me - Barbara Lynn

    2. Abba Zaba - Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band

    3. Vitamin C - Can

    4. Turn Your Love Around - Tops

    5. Hung Over - The Martini’s

    6. Coldest Night Of The Year - Vashti Bunyan

    7. City Girls - J.J Cale

    8. Ramblin’ Man - Hank Williams

    9. Oye Como Va - Santana

    10. San Franciscan Nights - Eric Burdon & The Animals

    11. I Was Dancing At The Lesbian Bar - Jonathan Richman

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  • 1966 - This is a famous song among us soul music enthusiasts although it fell under the radar upon release. 

    Barbara Lynn enjoyed a resurgence in popularity a few years back, shortly before her death, thanks to the hipsters who championed her after seeing footage on the Bear Family DVD boxset of Hoss Allen’s The Beat!!!. 

    And yet, this song, which would lend itself well to every movie with a scorned female protagonist has yet to show up in a single film or TV show.

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  • Barbara Lynn (born Barbara Lynn Ozen, 16 January 1942)

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  • Barbara Lynn

    #Barbara Lynn #What'd I Say
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  • Barbara Lynn - It’s Better To Have It

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  • Someday I’m gonna be happy

    #until then ill suffer #barbara lynn
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  • Barbara Lynn

    #barbara lynn #what'd i say #soul#r& b #rock n roll
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  • Barbara Lynn - “What I’d Say” live from “The!!! Beat Show”
    Criminally underappreciated & under-promoted, Lynn was one of the first female artists of the rock & soul era to write the bulk of her own songs. Her biggest hit, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing”, was a Number One hit, but the only time she cracked the Top 10. Fed up with her record company & promoters not really pushing her, she retired from music to return in 1986 after the death of her husband. She’s still playing today.

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  • Of all the 1960s television programming I have consumed (and I have seen it all), no show can touch this one in terms of just sheer entertainment. In my opinion, this is the best TV series of the 1960s.

    The Beat!!! was a bright, vibrant music program syndicated in 1966 to a handful of local stations - Memphis, Detroit, Dallas. Most stations remained wary of it because it was an all-Black show. It featured some of the best and most obscure soul acts of the era, some who lip-synched, others who performed live, most of whom did their only television appearance on the program.

    There was nothing else like it on television. A very unique show with inventive art direction and non-stop energy. Gratefully, every episode exists and is accessible.

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