Barbara Acklin - After You / More Ways Than One album FLAC
Jukebox Cafe : Barbara Acklin 02. The Look of Love (from Love Makes A Woman album. 1968, Brunswick Records). Jukebox Cafe : Barbara Acklin 05. I've Got You Baby (from Love Makes A Woman album. Jukebox Cafe : Barbara Acklin 11.
Written-By – Barbara Acklin, Eugene Record. 3. Is It Me. Written-By – Barbara Acklin, Eugene Record. 10. More Ways Than One. Written-By – Carl Davis, Eugene Record. 11. You've Been In Love Too Long. Written-By – Paul Clarence, Ivy Hunter, William Stevenson. Someone Else's Arms (LP, Album).
Barbara Jean Acklin (February 28, 1943 – November 27, 1998) was an American soul singer and songwriter, who was most successful in the 1960s and 1970s. Her biggest hit as a singer was "Love Makes a Woman" (1968). As a songwriter, she is best known for co-writing the g "Have You Seen Her" (1971) with Eugene Record, lead singer of the Chi-Lites.
More albums from Barbara Acklin: I Call It Trouble by Barbara Acklin. Someone Else’s Arms by Barbara Acklin. I Did It by Barbara Acklin. Love Makes A Woman by Barbara Acklin. Seven Days Of Night by Barbara Acklin. 1. A Place In The Sun. 2. Give Me Some Of Your Sweet Love. Give Me, Lend Me. 4. Gonna Make You Wish. 5. You Don’t Have To Beg Me To Stay. 7. How Can You Lose Something You Never Had. More albums from Barbara Acklin: I Call It Trouble by Barbara Acklin.
Discover all Barbara Acklin's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. More Today Than Yesterday by Spiral Starecase (1969). Anywhere but Nowhere (1968) by Gene Chandler and Barbara Acklin. was covered in. Anywhere but Nowhere by . Lady Lady Lady (1969). Lady Lady by Cynty and the Monkees (1974). The Look of Love (1968).
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Promotional photo by Brunswick Records. Background information. Also known as. Barbara Allen. After graduating from Dunbar Vocational High School she worked as a secretary at St. Lawrence Records. Her first record was released on the subsidiary Special Agent label under the pseudonym Barbara Allen, and was produced by her cousin, producer and saxophonist Monk Higgins
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Written-By – Barbara Acklin, Eugene Record
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Written-By – Carl Davis, Eugene Record
- Arranged By – Sonny Sanders
- Directed By – Willie Henderson
- Producer – Carl Davis, Eugene Record
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