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rerelease Ann Jones  – Give Me A Hundred Reasons / I Believe You, Baby

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Ann Jones  – Give Me A Hundred Reasons / I Believe You, Baby

Label: Capitol Records – 15414

Format Shellac, 10", 78 RPM

Released: 1949

Genre: Folk, World, & Country

Style: Country

A Give Me A Hundred Reasons

B I Believe You, Baby

Both sides composed Ann Jones

Ann Jones


US country performer (nee Ann Matthews) (B:1920 - D:6 March 1986) was part of the western swing scene of the 1940 and '50s, notably playing on the West Coast in various live venues and radio programs. She became a bandleader in the early 1950's, leading the "all girl" country group, Ann Jones And Her Western Sweethearts over the course of several decades. One of her longest collaborators was steel player Blanche Emerson, in the band right through to the late 1970s.

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