Barbara Randolph – one great hit on Motown UK and Soul in the USA.
I GOT A FEELING – Motown, 1967
Barbara Randolph sang vocals with the legendary Platters at one stage before moving to Hitsville. “I Got a Feeling” was a huge hit at Manchester’s soul clubs.
“I Got A Feeling” was first made a hit on our original sixties Soul scene by the Four Tops: this great version, almost eclipsed that, and reaches 466 on Kev Roberts Top 500 on the scene that followed ours.
Barbara married Eddie Singleton, after he split up with his wife; Ranoma Singleton/Berry – the former wife of Berry Gordy.
In 2003 she re-made and released old and new tracks on the cd:
BARBARA RANDOLPH – THE COLLECTION – SPECTRUM 6862
I Got A Feeling / You Got Me Hurting All Over / Can I Get A Witness / Bah Bah Bah / Another Day, Another Day / Chained / It’s Got To Be A Miracle (This Thing Called Love) / Baby Don’t You Do It / It’s Not Necessary / I’ll Turn To Stone / I’m So Thankful / (I’m A) Roadrunner / The Look Of Love / Why Fight It / What’s Easy For Two Is So Hard For One / Why Did You Run Away / When It Rains It Pours / You Finally Outdone Yourself.
And of course it was originally done by: The Four Tops.
Barbara Randolph – SoulWalking