Barbara Lynn – Oh baby we got a good thing goin’


Barbara Lynn’s recording of “Oh baby we got a good thing goin'” was first released as a single on London American in August 1964. The track was then included in Sue LP ILP 949 “The Barbara Lynn Story”, as well as on the sampler LP IWP-3 “This is Sue”. Barbara Lynn Ozen was born on January 16, 1942.

Billboard Pop No. 69, R&B No. 19, August 1964

Zerode | 14668

Updated 3 September 2016


Paul Revere and the Raiders, Like long hair/Sharon


This post has been republished following the death of Paul Revere.

Paul Revere and the Raiders became a famous 1960s American rock group; this was their first release in the UK, originally on Top Rank TRK-27 and JAR-557 in 1961. Originally called The Downbeats, the group was led by organist Paul Revere Dick and singer Mark Lindsay (who sings the vocal on this track). The other musicians on this session are understood to be Robert White and Richard White (guitars), William Hibbard (bass) and Jerry Labrum (drums). There have been many changes to the group’s line up. The record was issued by Sue on WI 344. Those tights look painful.

Billboard Pop No 38.


Original US LP liner notes | The Daily Pipe | 14669


ABC TV | 14670

Paul Revere died on 4 October 2014 after an illness. He only retired from music in July 2014, and was 76.


Collection of Dave Hewitt | dhpaullike


Collection of Dave Hewitt | dhpaulshar

Updated 4 March 2019