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    The Atlantic Years 1968-1973
    Album Details
    • If voted to win, this would be the first time that Lynn’s complete Atlantic output would be collected on vinyl
    • Would be remastered with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio.
    • Would be pressed on 180g vinyl, come in a single pocket tip-on jacket with new liner notes.
    • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

    Biography

    Barbara Lynn Ozen is an American rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship. Lynn was born in Beaumont, Texas and played piano as a child but switched to guitar, which she plays left-handed, inspired by Guitar Slim, Jimmy Reed, Elvis Presley and Brenda Lee. She performed in local clubs in Texas, where singer Joe Berry introduced her to Huey P. Meaux who ran Sugarhill Recording Studio and several labels in New Orleans. Her first single, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing,” co-written by her and Meaux, was recorded at Cosimo Matassa’s J&M Studio with session musicians including Dr. John and was released by Jamie Records in 1962. It was a #1 US Billboard R&B chart hit and Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit. The song was later recorded by Aretha Franklin and became a country hit for Freddy Fender. Unusual for the time, Lynn was a female African American singer who both wrote most of her own songs and played a lead instrument. Soon Lynn was touring with Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Al Green, Carla Thomas, Marvin Gaye, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations and B.B. King! She appeared at the Apollo Theater, twice on American Bandstand. In 1965 she had her song, “Oh Baby (We’ve Got A Good Thing Goin’” (1964) covered by the Rolling Stones on their album, “The Rolling Stones Now!” in the US and “Out Of Our Heads” in the UK. She signed with Atlantic Records in 1967 and recorded “Here is Barbara Lynn” in 1968. Dissatisfaction with poor promotion and having three children in 1970 largely contributed to her decision to retire from the music business for most of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1994 she recorded her first studio album for over 20 years. In 1999 she was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. In 2002, Moby sampled Lynn’s “I’m A Good Woman,” on his album “18.” She appears in the 2015 documentary film, “I Am The Blues.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship Award.

    Track Listing
    Track Sides: 
    Side 1
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 You’re Losing Me
    Track Duration: 
    2:17 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    2 You’ll Lose A Good Thing
    Track Duration: 
    3:05 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    3 This Is The Thanks I Get
    Track Duration: 
    2:25 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    4 Maybe We Can Slip Away
    Track Duration: 
    2:16 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    5 He Ain’t Gonna Do Right
    Track Duration: 
    2:51 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    6 People Like Me
    Track Duration: 
    3:53 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    7 You’re Gonna See A Lot More (Of My Leaving)
    Track Duration: 
    3:35 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    8 Love Ain’t Never Hurt Nobody
    Track Duration: 
    2:29 (MONO)
    Track Sides: 
    Side 2
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 Sufferin’ City
    Track Duration: 
    2:31 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    2 Nice & Easy
    Track Duration: 
    1:48 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    3 I’m A One Man Woman
    Track Duration: 
    2:29 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    4 You Better Quit It
    Track Duration: 
    2:30 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    5 (Daddy Hot Stuff) You’re Too Hot To Hold
    Track Duration: 
    2:12 (MONO)
    Track Title: 
    6 You Make Me So Hot
    Track Duration: 
    2:32 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    7 It Ain’t No Good To Be Too Good
    Track Duration: 
    2:40 (STEREO)
    Track Title: 
    8 Soul Deep
    Track Duration: 
    3:09 (MONO) **bonus track
Release date: 
November 8, 2019
Audio Player Embed: 

Artist Name: 
Barbara Lynn
Album Detail: 
  • If voted to win, this would be the first time that Lynn’s complete Atlantic output would be collected on vinyl
  • Would be remastered with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio.
  • Would be pressed on 180g vinyl, come in a single pocket tip-on jacket with new liner notes.
  • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

Biography

Barbara Lynn Ozen is an American rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship. Lynn was born in Beaumont, Texas and played piano as a child but switched to guitar, which she plays left-handed, inspired by Guitar Slim, Jimmy Reed, Elvis Presley and Brenda Lee. She performed in local clubs in Texas, where singer Joe Berry introduced her to Huey P. Meaux who ran Sugarhill Recording Studio and several labels in New Orleans. Her first single, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing,” co-written by her and Meaux, was recorded at Cosimo Matassa’s J&M Studio with session musicians including Dr. John and was released by Jamie Records in 1962. It was a #1 US Billboard R&B chart hit and Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit. The song was later recorded by Aretha Franklin and became a country hit for Freddy Fender. Unusual for the time, Lynn was a female African American singer who both wrote most of her own songs and played a lead instrument. Soon Lynn was touring with Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Al Green, Carla Thomas, Marvin Gaye, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations and B.B. King! She appeared at the Apollo Theater, twice on American Bandstand. In 1965 she had her song, “Oh Baby (We’ve Got A Good Thing Goin’” (1964) covered by the Rolling Stones on their album, “The Rolling Stones Now!” in the US and “Out Of Our Heads” in the UK. She signed with Atlantic Records in 1967 and recorded “Here is Barbara Lynn” in 1968. Dissatisfaction with poor promotion and having three children in 1970 largely contributed to her decision to retire from the music business for most of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1994 she recorded her first studio album for over 20 years. In 1999 she was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. In 2002, Moby sampled Lynn’s “I’m A Good Woman,” on his album “18.” She appears in the 2015 documentary film, “I Am The Blues.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship Award.

Is Voting For the Next Release?: 
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Is record of the month: 
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Pre Order End Date: 
Monday, November 4, 2019 - 10:45
Track Listings: 
Track Sides: 
Side 1
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 You’re Losing Me
Track Duration: 
2:17 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
2 You’ll Lose A Good Thing
Track Duration: 
3:05 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
3 This Is The Thanks I Get
Track Duration: 
2:25 (MONO)
Track Title: 
4 Maybe We Can Slip Away
Track Duration: 
2:16 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
5 He Ain’t Gonna Do Right
Track Duration: 
2:51 (MONO)
Track Title: 
6 People Like Me
Track Duration: 
3:53 (MONO)
Track Title: 
7 You’re Gonna See A Lot More (Of My Leaving)
Track Duration: 
3:35 (MONO)
Track Title: 
8 Love Ain’t Never Hurt Nobody
Track Duration: 
2:29 (MONO)
Track Sides: 
Side 2
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 Sufferin’ City
Track Duration: 
2:31 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
2 Nice & Easy
Track Duration: 
1:48 (MONO)
Track Title: 
3 I’m A One Man Woman
Track Duration: 
2:29 (MONO)
Track Title: 
4 You Better Quit It
Track Duration: 
2:30 (MONO)
Track Title: 
5 (Daddy Hot Stuff) You’re Too Hot To Hold
Track Duration: 
2:12 (MONO)
Track Title: 
6 You Make Me So Hot
Track Duration: 
2:32 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
7 It Ain’t No Good To Be Too Good
Track Duration: 
2:40 (STEREO)
Track Title: 
8 Soul Deep
Track Duration: 
3:09 (MONO) **bonus track
List of tracks: 
Is out of stock: 
No

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  • The Atlantic Years...
    Barbara Lynn
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    The Atlantic Years... Barbara Lynn
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    The Atlantic Years...
    Album Details
    • If voted to win, this would be the first time that Lynn’s complete Atlantic output would be collected on vinyl
    • Would be remastered with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio.
    • Would be pressed on 180g vinyl, come in a single pocket tip-on jacket with new liner notes.
    • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

    Biography

    Barbara Lynn Ozen is an American rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship. Lynn was born in Beaumont, Texas and played piano as a child but switched to guitar, which she plays left-handed, inspired by Guitar Slim, Jimmy Reed, Elvis Presley and Brenda Lee. She performed in local clubs in Texas, where singer Joe Berry introduced her to Huey P. Meaux who ran Sugarhill Recording Studio and several labels in New Orleans. Her first single, “You’ll Lose A Good Thing,” co-written by her and Meaux, was recorded at Cosimo Matassa’s J&M Studio with session musicians including Dr. John and was released by Jamie Records in 1962. It was a #1 US Billboard R&B chart hit and Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit. The song was later recorded by Aretha Franklin and became a country hit for Freddy Fender. Unusual for the time, Lynn was a female African American singer who both wrote most of her own songs and played a lead instrument. Soon Lynn was touring with Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Al Green, Carla Thomas, Marvin Gaye, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations and B.B. King! She appeared at the Apollo Theater, twice on American Bandstand. In 1965 she had her song, “Oh Baby (We’ve Got A Good Thing Goin’” (1964) covered by the Rolling Stones on their album, “The Rolling Stones Now!” in the US and “Out Of Our Heads” in the UK. She signed with Atlantic Records in 1967 and recorded “Here is Barbara Lynn” in 1968. Dissatisfaction with poor promotion and having three children in 1970 largely contributed to her decision to retire from the music business for most of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1994 she recorded her first studio album for over 20 years. In 1999 she was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. In 2002, Moby sampled Lynn’s “I’m A Good Woman,” on his album “18.” She appears in the 2015 documentary film, “I Am The Blues.” In 2018, Lynn received the National Heritage Fellowship Award.

  • Horsedrawn Wishes
    Rollerskate Skinny
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    Horsedrawn Wishes Rollerskate Skinny
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    Horsedrawn Wishes
    Album Details
    • If voted to win, it would be the first time this album is available on vinyl!  
    • Would include two B-side bonus tracks 
    • Would be pressed on 180g color vinyl.
    • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

    Biography

    Rollerskate Skinny were an Irish band formed in 1992 by singer and guitarist Ken Griffin, guitarist Ger Griffin and bassist Stephen Murray, and were later joined by Jimi Shields on drums. Ken, Ger and Stephen had been in the Hippyshakes in the 1980s and later renamed themselves Shake. In 1991 Jimi Shields (brother of My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields) joined the band and suggested a name change to Rollerskate Skinny, chosen from a line in The Catcher In The Rye, by J.D. Salinger: “She’s quite skinny, like me, but nice skinny, rollerskate skinny.” The band relocated to London and released their debut EP “Novice” in 1992. They were named in the NME’s Top Ten New Bands of the Year in 1992. They were signed to Beggars Banquet label Placebo, who released their Trophy EP in 1993 and was awarded single of the week in the NME. The following month the band recorded a session for John Peel’s BBC Radio 1 Show, and their debut album Shoulder Voices (awarded CMJ Magazine’s album of the month), was released in October that year. The band toured with bands such as Mercury Rev, Smashing Pumpkins, Mazzy Star, Hole and Pavement. They were also invited by Perry Ferrell to join the 1994 Lollapalooza tour. The increased coverage as a result of the tour saw the band sign with Warner Brothers Records in 1996. Shields was asked to leave the band and moved to Chicago. The band’s first release on WB was 1996’s “Horsedrawn Wishes.” This was followed by the “Speed To My Side” single, but the band split up before any further releases. In 2004, Hot Press magazine readers voted “Horsedrawn Wishes” No. 14 on a list of the 100 greatest Irish albums, and the Irish Times named it No. 7 in a similar list in 2008 with My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless taking the No. 1 spot.

  • The Slash Years
    Rank & File
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    The Slash Years Rank & File
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    The Slash Years
    Album Details
    • If voted to win, this would be the first time that the band’s Slash Records output would be collected on vinyl. 
    • Would include bonus tracks making their debut on vinyl
    • Would be remastered with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio.
    • Would be pressed on 180g color vinyl.
    • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

    Biography

    Rank & File was an American country rock band established in 1981 in Austin Texas by brothers Chip and Tony Kinman of the seminal California band, The Dils. The band were forerunners in combining the musical rawness and DIY punk aesthetic with the style and ambience of country and western, helping to create a subgenre known as “cowpunk.” The brothers moved to Austin after a brief stint in New York where they joined forces with guitarist Alejandro Escovedo of the Nuns to form a new band, Rank & File. Rank & File released three albums – two of which were on the prominent Los Angeles label, Slash Records. Their debut album, “Sundown,” was released in 1982. John Dougan of AllMusic said, “Their debut album, Sundown,” was a gem of tuneful Byrds-ian pop, with a healthy dollop of Gram Parsons and Merle Haggard to boot.” “The songwriting was wry, heartfelt and cliché’-free; the band rocked with gusto, but never bombastically, preferring nuance and subtly over volume and simplicity.” Their second Slash album, 1984’s “Long Gone Dead,” included a cover version of a tune by Lefty Frizzell and made use of traditional country instrumentation such as steel guitar and fiddle. The Kinmans saw their new band as a more entertaining departure from the intensity of hardcore punk, embracing the sound and cultural ambience of country music, albeit with a post-punk spin.