Dialtone Records Release
Blues & Soul Situation

Barbara Lynn

Blues & Soul Situation


In 1960, a 16-year old girl walked into Huey P. Meaux’s barbershop. Who would have known this girl would turn out to be the First Lady of Texas Soul and Blues. Barbara Lynn has performed on American Bandstand, played with all the greats, toured the world, and had her hit songs recorded by the likes of Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, and Otis Redding to name a few.

Track Listing

  1. You Make Me So Hot
  2. You Don’t Sleep At Night
  3. You Better Quit It
Play clip for Movin’ On A Groove 4. Movin’ On A Groove
  5. He Ain’t Gonna Do Right
  6. I’m Not Doing Nothing Wrong
  7. I’m A Good Woman
Play clip for I Got Love If You Want It 8. I Got Love If You Want It
  9. Long Gone
  10. Matt’s Hatt
  11. Money
  12. (Until Then) I’ll Suffer
Play clip for Sugar Coated Love 13. Sugar Coated Love

Credits

Barbara Lynn: Guitar / Vocals; Bill Campbell: Bass; Clarence Pierce: Guitar; Paul Mills: Drums; Willie Sampson: Drums (7, 12); Kaz Kazanoff: Sax; Nick Connelly: Piano & Organ; Matt Farrell: Piano (1, 9); Hash Brown: Harp (7, 9); Recorded at: Music Lane; Mastered at: Sounds Outrageous; Mixed by: Lars Goransson; Produced by: Eddie Stout, Dennis Wall; Graphic Design: Den Zelig, www.warriorpoet.org/funk; Photos: Keely Stout; CD Tray Photo: Kathy Murray