Jamo Thomas - Arrest Me FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Arrest Me
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Listen to music from Jamo Thomas like I Spy (for the . I Spy (For The FBI) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jamo Thomas. Bahamanian soul artist who beginning in 1965 through 1976 recorded a series of soul tracks with an occasional funky Caribbean inflection for a variety of American labels including Conlo, Thomas, Chess, Decca, Perception, SSS International, MCA, Sound Stage 7 and Nassau. His billing occasionally was listed as Jamo Thomas & His Party Brothers Orchestra, and his biggest hits were "I Spy For The FBI", and "Bahama Mama".
Jamo thomas~I spy for the FBI. jamo thomas --must i holler. Stop the Baby" b/w "Let's Party" (Conlo Records) (1965). I Spy (For the FBI)" b/w "Snake Hip Mama" (Thomas Records) (1966). Arrest Me" b/w "Jamo Soul" (Thomas Records) (1966). Must I Holler" b/w "I'll Be Your Fool" (Chess) (1966). Nassau Daddy" b/w "Jive Mother-in-Law" (Sound Stage 7) (1967).
Thomas later recorded for the MCA and Nassau labels. He stopped recording his own material after 1976, but in 1979, he provided the introduction to Scream by Larry Graham and Graham Central Station on the Star Walk album (Warner Bros. Thomas re-emerged in the 1980s as an arranger on a gospel recording by Ella Washington. He also turned up on a Chess/P-Vine LP called The Real Chicago Blues Today: 60's Style. Jamo thomas - I spy (for the . I) video footage 1966. JAMO THOMAS - ARREST ME (Video Footage). Jamo Thomas - Stop The Baby. Jamo Thomas - I Sp. mv. Jamo Thomas - Must I Holler. Jamo Thomas - Arrest M.
Jamo Thomas is an American soul and funk singer, best remembered for his 1966 hit single, "I Spy (For the FBI)". Born in either The Bahamas or Chicago, he recorded for several different record labels between 1965 and 1976. His billing sometimes included his name alongside backing musicians, known as his Party Brothers Orchestra, or simply as Mr. Jamo. His biggest successes were "Bahama Mama" and a cover version of "I Spy (For the FBI)".
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Written-By – R. Wylie*
Written By – RobinsonWritten-By – Thomas*
- Producer – Burgess Gardner (tracks: A), R. Lovelace* (tracks: B)
- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Monk Higgins (tracks: A)
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