Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 6/17/00 - 6/23/00)


"The Song Is Ended"/
"You Make Me Feel Like A Penny Waitin' For Change"
by The Jones Boys
on S&G 5007
released in 1954

"Marry A Rich Woman"/"Jones Bones"
by The Jones Boys
on S&G 5008
released in 1954

S&G Label-The Song Is Ended-Jones Boys-1954 S&G Label-You Make Me Feel Like A Penny Waitin' For Change-Jones Boys-1954
S&G Label-Marry A Rich Woman-Jones Boys-1954 S&G Label-Jones Bones-Jones Boys-1954

Above: The Jones Boys are more popish than rhythm and blues, but "Jones Bones" has a nice gospel sound. S&G, owned by Frank Belone and John Galitza, was located in Hollywood, CA. The writers listed for "Jones Bones" are Dennis - Hoff - Ely - Hood... are these The Jones Boys? Another side lists Hoffman as a writer... is this the same person as "Hoff"? Jack Hoffman was an A&R man for S&G.

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The Song Is Ended
You Make Me Feel Like A Penny Waitin' For Change
Marry A Rich Woman
Jones Bones

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The Song Is Ended
You Make Me Feel Like A Penny Waitin' For Change
Marry A Rich Woman
Jones Bones
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