Sharon Jones

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The Filth (comics) - Synopsis
... Klimakks reveals to Hand Officer Jones that he began life as a porn star in his native Amsterdam before coming to Los Angeles to work for pornographer Tex ... After being seduced by Klimakks, Jones informs Hand headquarters that Klimakks is an anti-person ... Upon returning home, he finds Sharon Jones, a young British businesswoman who had witnessed the fall of the I-Life ...
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Desco: The Early Years
... It was during these sessions that Roth and Lehman discovered vocalist Sharon Jones after she recorded backing vocals for one of the Lee Fields tracks ... They were impressed enough to record a solo track with Jones entitled "Switchblade", a track that had originally been intended for a man to record ... This track along with another Jones solo, "The Landlord", were included on the Soul Providers debut release Soul Tequila, released circa 1996 on the French label Pure Records (defunct) ...
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Collaborations
... Sharon Jones lends her vocals on one song "The Way We Lived", on Wax Tailor's second album Hope Sorrow, released in April 2007 ... Sharon Jones is also featured on releases by They Might Be Giants (The Else) and Rufus Wainright (Release the Stars) ... Jones recently contributed six period numbers by Bessie Smith and others to the soundtrack for the film The Great Debaters, recorded in the legendary Ardent Studio ...
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Use in Advertisements
... In 2006, Sharon Jones the Dap-Kings were featured in an I Love NY commercial directed by Kurt Lustgarten and set to their cover of Woody Guthrie's "This ... teamed up with Ziggy Marley, Bebel Gilberto and Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings ... Sharon Jones and the Dap King's tune was titled "Sweet Lovely" and Ticklah did the remix for the project ...
Sharon Jones (singer) - Biography
... Born in Augusta, Georgia, Jones moved to New York at an early age ... A regular gospel singer in church, Jones often entered talent shows backed by local funk bands in the early 1970s ... Session work then continued with backing singing, often credited to Lafaye Jones, but in the absence of any recording contract as a solo singer, she spent many years working as a corrections officer ...

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