Jamo Thomas was originally from the Bahamas but relocated to Chicago in the early 1960s. His first record was “Stop The Baby” on the local “Conlo” label in 1965, with the track produced by Jerry Butler. When this was released in the U.K., the title was changed to “I’ll Be Your Fool”. His next recording, “I Spy (For the FBI)”, produced by Monk Higgins and Burgess Gardner and released on the small Thomas label, owned by Eddie Thomas, did well enough to hit the lower reaches of the U.S. and U.K. charts. Thomas moved to Philadelphia for “Perception” records. By 1972, he was acting in a promotional capacity for “Stax” records, and moved away from singing himself. This disc has some light superficial wear and is conservatively graded in VG++ condition – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
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