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"Oh, How It Hurts" ...Nothing Else Like It!

This is ONE of the BADDEST albums Ever! I was raised on OLDIEZ! This album was one of my mother's favorites right next to THEE MIDNITERS, RALFI PAGAN, BILLY STEWART & Mr. BRENTON WOOD. I Love this album, her versions of "I Do Love You", "For Your Love", "Forever" & "You Can Depend on Me" are Beautiful. Barbara Mason is ONE of My All Time favorite R&B singers. I Love cruising to this, this is an amazing album! If you like "Yes, Im Ready" then download this full album!!! A++++

by: DroopGhost21out of Upland, CA -Jan 2,2011

A must have album/CD if you love music, especially if you love oldies. The best female album I ever listenened to. I could listen to Barbara Mason.. Oh How It Hurts; over and over again. You can feel this women sing her heart out. A CD you can cruz to, romance to, and most definantly get ready to...

Oh,How It Hurts

I really like these songs I grew up listening to Barbara Mason & others in the 60's and still playing & buying their good music. I buy alot of music from all over but Itunes is the best so you keep selling that good R&B soul classics and I will keep buying from iTunes Thank You dakruzor


Born: August 9, 1947 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

An interesting minor soul performer, Barbara Mason initially focused on songwriting when she entered the music business in her teens. As a performer, though, she had a huge hit in 1965 with her self-penned "Yes, I'm Ready" (number five pop, number two R&B), a fetching soul-pop confection that spotlighted her high, girlish vocals. One of the first examples of the sweet, lush sound that came to be called Philly soul, she had modest success throughout the rest of the decade on the small Arctic label,...
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