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The Discogs website says the Faith Tones were Rosalie Wolff and sisters Becky and Marilyn Seidler. Another site says they were from Missoula, Montana. Both sites are wrong. The Faith Tones were Beverly Beecham, Vivian Wyler and Marie Samuels. They formed in 1963 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and were originally a quartet. Roberta Long quit the group after giving birth to a son. Jesus Use Me, released in January 1964, was their only album. They sang the title song on a 1964 episode of The Lawrence Welk Show. The Faith Tones performed regularly until 1972. Samuels (the one wearing glasses) died of bone cancer in 2011.
 
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Yes Mister Hectic there should be a comma in the title. (See what I did there?) Jesus Use Me was written by Jack Campbell (words) and his brother Billy (music) and was first recorded in 1966 by singer/guitarist and former Louisiana Governor Jimmie Davis for his album My Altar. Jack recorded his own version of the song in 1974 with his group The Ambassadors.

Jack Campbell and Jimmie Davis wrote I Know A Man Who Can, which was first recorded by Davis in December 1968. The song has also been recorded by George Jones, Greater Vision, the Cathedrals, the Talleys, the Village Singers, the Nashville Gospel Singers and many others. Jack wrote several other gospel songs including March Around The Throne, Oh What A Happy Day and I've Got More To Go To Heaven For. Jack was born in Swifton, Arkansas and grew up in Gideon, Missouri. He died in 2007 at age 79.

 

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That's a riot!

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Discogs says "Mister Cook" is the same guy:

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Real name Rudy Witt:

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Chumbawumba's album Anarchy features a photo of a child being born.

Its graphic cover, depicting a baby's head emerging from a vagina, prompted the record to be banned from some shops and stocked in plain sleeves in others. The Spotify and iTunes version of the album replaces the baby picture with a painting of red roses.

Here's the alternate safe cover

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Three years later they scored a top 10 hit in the US with "Tubthumping" (I get knocked down...)
 

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Chumbawumba's album Anarchy features a photo of a child being born.

Its graphic cover, depicting a baby's head emerging from a vagina, prompted the record to be banned from some shops and stocked in plain sleeves in others. The Spotify and iTunes version of the album replaces the baby picture with a painting of red roses.

Here's the alternate safe cover

My0xNjU2LmpwZWc.jpeg


Three years later they scored a top 10 hit in the US with "Tubthumping" (I get knocked down...)
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That one is hysterical!
It translates to:
smut!
clearly ambiguous
with tic tac toe, the fantastic four, the stupid ones, the princes, bourgeois lars dietrich
 
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