b. USA. Tami Lynn was one of the New Orleans, Louisiana, USA-based performers who proved helpful for Harold Battiste’s AFO (All FOR JUST ONE) label through the early 60s. She sang on the Compendium, an record that highlighted the co-operative’s split houseband, but this stage in her profession was forestalled once the business folded. Tami’s best-known one, ‘I’m Gonna TRY TO ESCAPE From You’, was originally released in 1967. This effective Bert Berns structure didn’t register in the us, but became a belated UK strike in 1971, when it reached #4 4. Its reputation was verified four years afterwards when it once again entered the very best 40. Lynn got meanwhile continuing to record, but this phenomenal performance continues to be her most long lasting legacy.