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Stroke It!

I like all of Barbara Carrs albums but this one has some of her most memorable songs. The Hoochie Dance is a fun line dance song that sounds good no matter how many times you play it. The rest of the album is great too. Try it and you wont be diapponted.

Stroke It

this is down home,grown folk stuff, but she sings it GREAT


Born: January 9, 1941 in St. Louis, MO

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

After decades of toiling in obscurity (including a low-profile stint on Chess), Barbara Carr finally began to make a name for herself in the late '90s as a brassy, often X-rated belter in the Southern soul-blues vein. A native of St. Louis, Carr was born Barbara Crosby on January 9, 1941, and began singing in church as a choir girl, eventually forming a family gospel group called the Crosby Sisters. She joined a singing/dancing troupe in grade school and went on to sing in the high school choir,...
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