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You'll Lose a Good Thing

Barbara Lynn

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Album Review

Barbara Lynn Ozen's smoky voice and fine guitar playing was one of the better blends of soul vocals and blues embellishment. Huey P. Meaux produced this early-'60s record, which featured the classic title track. Other Lynn numbers, like "I'll Suffer," were equally outstanding; Lynn was sometimes tough and confrontational, and tender, inviting or anguished at other times. Meaux didn't clutter the works with unnecessary firepower; his arrangements and charts were just enough to augment Lynn's sturdy vocals. Lynn also wrote ten of the 12 songs.

Biography

Born: 16 January 1942 in Beaumont, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/guitarist Barbara Lynn was a rare commodity during her heyday. Not only was she a female instrumentalist (one of the very first to hit the charts), but she also played left-handed — quite well at that — and even wrote some of her own material. Lynn's music often straddled the line between blues and Southern R&B, and since much of her early work — including the number one R&B hit "You'll Lose a Good Thing" — was recorded in New Orleans, it bore the sonic imprint...
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