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A. C. Jones And The Soulettes - Hole In Your Soul mp3 track

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Performer: A. C. Jones
Title: Hole In Your Soul
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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Tracklist

A Hole In Your Soul (Part I) 2:35
B Hole In Your Soul (Part II)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5-5588 A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes - Hole In Your Soul (Part I) / (Part II) ‎(7", Single) Luau Records 5-5588 US 1965
66150 A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes - Hole In Your Soul ‎(7", Single, Promo) Imperial 66150 US 1965
66150 A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes - Hole In Your Soul ‎(7", Single) Imperial 66150 US 1965
66150 A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes A. C. Jones* And The Soulettes - Hole In Your Soul ‎(7", Single) Imperial 66150 US 1965


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Bob Marley assists Coxson Dodd by auditioning and coaching new singers, including the before unnamed group called the Soulettes, who reminded him on Motown's The Marvelettes. Rita Anderson of that trio pairs with Bob on a duet called "Oh My Darling. They make occasional stage show appearances, but concentrate primarily on daily rehearsals to polish their sound, influenced in particular by the harmonic style of The Impressions. From 1965 till the early 70ies, they also worked with Lee Perry, getting distributed in the UK as well