|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Hey Boy / I've Been Crying||2||Audio||1965-05-14||Decca|
|2||I Won't Be A Party / Do Me Good||2||Audio||1975||Hansa International|
|3||I Won't Be A Party / Do Me Good||2||Audio||1975||Bradley's Records|
|4||Gotta Brand New Man||2||Audio||1965||Columbia|
|5||By The Time I Get To Phoenix||2||Audio||1969||Major Minor|
|6||Lo Mejor De Barry St. John||4||Audio||1969||Sonoplay|
Scottish solo artist, and session singer. She began her career in the early 1960s, and had a string of releases with Decca, and Columbia. However, she received very little in the way of chart success; the only one being 'Come Away Melinda' in 1965, which reached no.47 in the UK. Though much of her music would later became popular amongst Northern Soul enthusiasts.
In the 1970s, St. John moved into session work where she found much more success, appearing with [a45467], [a57103], [a45646], [a149420], [a326118], and [a297367], to name but a few.
Born: Glasgow, Scotland.