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Memphis soul and blues diva Lynn White possessed the kind of subtle, dulcet voice rare in a field more typically dominated by more gritty singers. Born August 6, 1953 in Mobile, Alabama, White was six years old when she began singing in church, and began her professional career during the late 1970s, making her debut in 1981 with Am I Too Much Woman for You. A year later, she recorded the single "I Don't Ever Want to See Your Face Again" for the tiny Sho Me label; the record made its way to the legendary producer Willie Mitchell (best known for his work with Al Green)...

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