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Barbara Lewis “Come Home” (Atlantic 2255-B, 1964)

Barbara Lewis “Come Home” (Atlantic 2255-B, 1964)

It took a while for Barbara Lewis to move away from her steady perch of organ driven cuddly early 60’s R&B. 196 more words

Uptown Soul

0997 Straighten Up Your Heart - Barbara Lewis (1963)

This song was written by Sharon McMahan. It was recorded by Barbara Lewis in 1963. It was released as a single with If You Love Her… 29 more words


Choice And Change : How to choose, what to choose and whether to choose at all -Part Two - Three approaches to choice and change

Recently, I began to wonder what motivates people to move out of their comfort zones and make changes in their lives. As is often the case when we are preoccupied with something, I began hearing discussions on choice and change, noticing quotes, and generally getting a whole lot of information to help me sort the issues out for myself. 1,154 more words


Sunday Soul- Barbara Lewis: Would You Love Me

I first heard of Barbara Lewis at a bar where the DJ was spinning obscure soul songs from the 60’s and 70’s. Her voice completely threw me off guard and I had to ask the DJ who was this singer. 55 more words


It seems like a mighty long time

Jesus led me back to Hello Stranger.

It was Yvonne Elliman’s version of Hello Stranger, and it was good, but I was pretty certain it was a cover of some earlier version. 595 more words

Song of the Week (Apr 6 - Apr 12)

Yours, until the poets run out of rhyme.

Baby I’m Yours (Barbara Lewis cover) by Arctic Monkeys for the B-side of Leave Before the Lights Come On (2006).

Song Of The Week

Make Me Your Baby - Barbara Lewis

Chart Position: 11

  • Written by Helen Miller and Roger Atkins
  • Produced by Bert Berns
  • Recorded in New York City NY
  • Originally recorded by Pixies Three (1965)
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