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Janie Jones

Janie Jones

Janie Jones


Janie Jones (real name: Marion Mitchell; born 1941) had been a pop/cabaret singer in the 1960s, her best results coming from the cackling novelty number "Witches Brew" which peaked at number 46 in the UK Singles Chart. She was sentenced to seven years imprisonment (serving three years) in 1974 for her involvement in "controlling prostitutes". She is the subject of a song by The Clash called "Janie Jones", which was released in 1977 on the band's eponymous debut album. Read more on Last.fm
Janie Jones (real name: Marion Mitchell; born 1941) had been a pop/cabaret singer in the 1960s, her best results coming from the cackling novelty number "Witches Brew" which peaked at number 46 in the UK Singles Chart. She was sentenced to seven years imprisonment (serving three years) in 1974 for her involvement in "controlling prostitutes". She is the subject of a song by The Clash called "Janie Jones", which was released in 1977 on the band's eponymous debut album. In 1982, Jones, backed by members of The Clash and Ian Dury's backing band the Blockheads recorded a single under the name Janie Jones & the Lash. "House of the Ju-Ju Queen" b/w "Sex Machine" was produced by Joe Strummer and released the following year.

In December 1983, the British music magazine, NME, reported that Jones was on the "comeback trail". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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