Jamo Thomas

Also known as J. Thomas, Jamo, Jamo Thoma, Jamo Thomas & His Party Brothers, Jamo Thomas & His Party Brothers Orchestra, Jamo Thomas & His Party Soul Brothers Orchestra, Jamo Thomas And His Orchestra, Mr Jamo, Mr. Jamo, Thomas
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamo_Thomas

Discography of Jamo Thomas:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Shake What You Brought With You 2 Audio 1970 SSS International
2 I Spy (For The FBI) 2 Audio 1971 Mojo
3 I Spy (For The FBI) 2 Audio 1969-02-14 Polydor
4 (My Jive) Backstabbing Friend 2 Audio 1983 Emerald International Records
5 You Just Ain't Ready 2 Audio 1970 SSS International
6 Bahama Mama 2 Audio 1968 Decca
7 I Spy (For The FBI) / Snake Hip Mama 2 Audio 1966 Thomas Records
8 I Spy (For The FBI) 2 Audio 1966 Thomas Records
9 (My Jive) Backstabbing Friend 2 Audio 1983 Emerald International Records
10 Arrest Me 2 Audio Thomas Records
11 I Spy (For The FBI) 2 Audio 1975-01-24 Polydor
12 Stop The Baby / Let's Party 2 Audio 1965 Conlo Records
13 Arrest Me / Jamo's Soul 2 Audio 1966 Thomas Records
14 Jive Mother-In-Law / Nassau Daddy 2 Audio 1967 Sound Stage 7
15 Bahama Mama 2 Audio 1967 Sound Stage 7
16 Education Is Where It's At 2 Audio 1968 Decca
17 I'll Be Your Fool 2 Audio 1969 Chess
18 You Just Ain't Ready 2 Audio 1970 SSS International
19 Bahama Mama 2 Audio 1967 Sound Stage 7
20 Jive Mother-In-Law / Nassau Daddy 2 Audio 1967 Sound Stage 7
21 I Spy (For The FBI) 2 Audio 1966-06-00 Polydor
22 (My Jive) Backstabbing Friend 2 Audio 1983 Emerald International Records
23 Bahama Mama 2 Audio 1967 Monument


Soul and funk singer born in The Bahamas. He moved to Chicago during the early '60s and cut his first single in 1965, "Stop The Baby", for the [l=Conlo Records] label, produced by [a=Jerry Butler]. Probably best remembered for his 1966 hit single "I Spy (For the FBI)".


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