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Joyce Harris was born in Kentucky in 1939 and moved to New Orleans with her family when she was 13 years old. Harris learned to play guitar, write songs and was soon performing duets with her younger sister Judy. They released three singles - 'He's The One' / 'Hey Pretty Baby', 'Washboard Sam' / 'Nursery Rock (Beedle de Bop)' and 'Hey Little Baby'/ 'Rock And Roll Kittens' - as Judy and Joyce in 1958. When her sister got married, Harris spent a year singing in restaurants in Mexico and a first solo single 'It's You' / 'The Boy In School' was released on New York's U.T. Records at the end of 1959. A talent spotter saw her in Mexico and was impressed enough to secure her an audition with the Austin, Texas-based Domino label. Harris was soon in the studio with Tommy Kaspar and Don Burch of Domino's vocal quartet, the Slades, to record 'I Cheated' / 'Do You Know What It's Like To Be Lonesome?' (R-903) in October 1960. 'No Way Out' / 'Dreamer' (R-905) followed in January 1961 and sold strongly enough to be licensed to Infinity Records. On 7 April 1961, Harris performed 'No Way Out' live on TV on American Bandstand. Three more singles would be issued on different labels between 1963 and 1966. Harris' cover version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' - backed by Sonny Rhodes' group the Daylighters -was recorded at the 'No Way Out' session and remained unissued until Ace put it out on our "The Domino Records Story" in 1997 (CDCHD 506). With renewed interest in Harris we are delighted to pair this 'Trailer' version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' with 'No Way Out' as a 7" single.
Joyce Harris was born in Kentucky in 1939 and moved to New Orleans with her family when she was 13 years old. Harris learned to play guitar, write songs and was soon performing duets with her younger sister Judy. They released three singles - 'He's The One' / 'Hey Pretty Baby', 'Washboard Sam' / 'Nursery Rock (Beedle de Bop)' and 'Hey Little Baby'/ 'Rock And Roll Kittens' - as Judy and Joyce in 1958. When her sister got married, Harris spent a year singing in restaurants in Mexico and a first solo single 'It's You' / 'The Boy In School' was released on New York's U.T. Records at the end of 1959. A talent spotter saw her in Mexico and was impressed enough to secure her an audition with the Austin, Texas-based Domino label. Harris was soon in the studio with Tommy Kaspar and Don Burch of Domino's vocal quartet, the Slades, to record 'I Cheated' / 'Do You Know What It's Like To Be Lonesome?' (R-903) in October 1960. 'No Way Out' / 'Dreamer' (R-905) followed in January 1961 and sold strongly enough to be licensed to Infinity Records. On 7 April 1961, Harris performed 'No Way Out' live on TV on American Bandstand. Three more singles would be issued on different labels between 1963 and 1966. Harris' cover version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' - backed by Sonny Rhodes' group the Daylighters -was recorded at the 'No Way Out' session and remained unissued until Ace put it out on our "The Domino Records Story" in 1997 (CDCHD 506). With renewed interest in Harris we are delighted to pair this 'Trailer' version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' with 'No Way Out' as a 7" single.
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I Got My Mojo Working (Trailer Version) / No Way Out
Artist: Harris, Joyce
Format: Vinyl
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1. I Got My Mojo Working (Trailer Version) - Joyce Harris
2. No Way Out - Joyce Harris

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Joyce Harris was born in Kentucky in 1939 and moved to New Orleans with her family when she was 13 years old. Harris learned to play guitar, write songs and was soon performing duets with her younger sister Judy. They released three singles - 'He's The One' / 'Hey Pretty Baby', 'Washboard Sam' / 'Nursery Rock (Beedle de Bop)' and 'Hey Little Baby'/ 'Rock And Roll Kittens' - as Judy and Joyce in 1958. When her sister got married, Harris spent a year singing in restaurants in Mexico and a first solo single 'It's You' / 'The Boy In School' was released on New York's U.T. Records at the end of 1959. A talent spotter saw her in Mexico and was impressed enough to secure her an audition with the Austin, Texas-based Domino label. Harris was soon in the studio with Tommy Kaspar and Don Burch of Domino's vocal quartet, the Slades, to record 'I Cheated' / 'Do You Know What It's Like To Be Lonesome?' (R-903) in October 1960. 'No Way Out' / 'Dreamer' (R-905) followed in January 1961 and sold strongly enough to be licensed to Infinity Records. On 7 April 1961, Harris performed 'No Way Out' live on TV on American Bandstand. Three more singles would be issued on different labels between 1963 and 1966. Harris' cover version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' - backed by Sonny Rhodes' group the Daylighters -was recorded at the 'No Way Out' session and remained unissued until Ace put it out on our "The Domino Records Story" in 1997 (CDCHD 506). With renewed interest in Harris we are delighted to pair this 'Trailer' version of 'I Got My Mojo Working' with 'No Way Out' as a 7" single.
        
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