ABOUTR&B singer Maxine Brown had a string of chart hits in the 1960s that included many duets with Chuck Jackson. Her best known songs include "All In My Mind" (1961), "Funny" (1961), and "Oh No, Not My Baby" (1965).
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- All In My Mind 1960
- Funny 1961
(This soulful pop song, which was written by Maxine Brown and S.W. Taylor, is different from the same titled song by Willie Nelson (a.k.a. "Funny How Time Slips Away").)
- Oh No Not My Baby 1964
(This song later also became a hit for Rod Stewart (1973) and Merry Clayton (1973).)
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