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Barbara Lynn - Here Is

Barbara Lynn - Here Is

Performer: Barbara Lynn
Title: Here Is
Style: Soul
Released: 1968
Cat#: SD 8171
Country: US
Label: Atlantic
Size MP3 version: 2262 mb
Size FLAC version: 1707 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 995
Genre: Funk

Barbara Lynn - Here Is


Tracklist

1Mix It Up Baby
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
1:55
2Sure Is Worth It
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:08
3I'll Suffer
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
3:03
4You'll Lose A Good Thing
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
2:17
5Multiplying Pain
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:33
6This Is The Thanks I Get
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
2:25
7Sufferin' City
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:28
8Only You Know How To Love Me
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:08
9Why Can't You Love Me
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:28
10Take Your Love And Run
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:50
11You're Losing Me
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
2:17
12Maybe We Can Slip Away
Written-By – Bob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
2:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8171Barbara Lynn Here Is ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Atlantic8171US1968
water239Barbara Lynn Here Is ‎(CD, Album, RE)Waterwater239US2009
WPCR-27530Barbara Lynn Here Is ‎(CD, Album, RM)AtlanticWPCR-27530Japan2012
SD 8171, LITA 119Barbara Lynn Here Is Barbara Lynn ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)Atlantic, Light In The AtticSD 8171, LITA 119US2014
OVLM 5002Barbara Lynn Here Is ‎(LP, Album)Oval OVLM 5002UK1976

Credits

  • Arranged ByBob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
  • EngineerBob McRee
  • ProducerHuey Meaux
  • Arranged ByBob McRee, Cliff Thomas , Ed Thomas
  • EngineerBob McRee
  • ProducerHuey Meaux

Notes

Recorded at Gritis & Gravy Studio, Clinton, Mississippi.

This is a stereo recording. For best results observe the R.I.A.A. high frequency roll-off characteristics with a 500 cycle crossover.

Video

Album

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