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Vinyl LP pressing. Texan rhythm and blues icon Barbara Lynn made an incredible impact in 1962 with the chart-topping debut single, 'You'll Lose A Good Thing,' which has since been covered by Aretha Franklin, Freddy Fender, and countless others. A southpaw guitarist who wrote her own material, debut LP You'll Lose A Good Thing captured our heroine at her best, the soulful smoky voice a striking contrast to the blues base of her backing musicians (including Dr John on keyboards). Containing the follow-up hits 'Second Fiddle Girl' and 'Letter To Mommy And Daddy' as well as the cherished title track, it's a winner from start to finish.
Vinyl LP pressing. Texan rhythm and blues icon Barbara Lynn made an incredible impact in 1962 with the chart-topping debut single, 'You'll Lose A Good Thing,' which has since been covered by Aretha Franklin, Freddy Fender, and countless others. A southpaw guitarist who wrote her own material, debut LP You'll Lose A Good Thing captured our heroine at her best, the soulful smoky voice a striking contrast to the blues base of her backing musicians (including Dr John on keyboards). Containing the follow-up hits 'Second Fiddle Girl' and 'Letter To Mommy And Daddy' as well as the cherished title track, it's a winner from start to finish.
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You'll Lose A Good Thing
Artist: Barbara Lynn
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Texan rhythm and blues icon Barbara Lynn made an incredible impact in 1962 with the chart-topping debut single, 'You'll Lose A Good Thing,' which has since been covered by Aretha Franklin, Freddy Fender, and countless others. A southpaw guitarist who wrote her own material, debut LP You'll Lose A Good Thing captured our heroine at her best, the soulful smoky voice a striking contrast to the blues base of her backing musicians (including Dr John on keyboards). Containing the follow-up hits 'Second Fiddle Girl' and 'Letter To Mommy And Daddy' as well as the cherished title track, it's a winner from start to finish.


        
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