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Jean Owen (born 17 November 1943), known as Samantha Jones is an English singer from Liverpool, whose career in show business spanned the mid-1960s through the early 1980s. She won three international pop music contests and charted records in the Benelux countries. Her recordings later experienced a revival on the Northern soul scene.
Biography Jean Owen started her career in 1961 as part of popular English vocal group The Vernons Girls. During her time with the group, the line-up went from sixteen members to just three girls. The Vernons Girls enjoyed a couple of top 40 hits, including "Lover Please", "Only You Can Do It," (also released by FranГ§oise Hardy) and recorded one of the first Beatles tribute songs, "We Love The Beatles". They also opened for The Beatles several times and appeared with them in a TV special, "Around The Beatles".
On 15 July 1970, Samantha Jones made a guest appearance on The Morecambe & Wise Show, performing "You've Got Your Troubles". Later in 1970, she released her third LP The Other Jones. Samantha Jones appeared on the 5 June 1971 edition of the Disco TV series aired in West Germany on the ZDF network. Her success in continental Europe continued with winning the 1st prize in the Sopot International Song Festival held in 26вЂ“29 August 1971 in Poland. In 1973, she recorded the song "Man Is a Hunter" for the film Commuter Husbands. After that, she switched labels again, this time to EMI, and released two albums with the veteran producer Walter J. Ridley.
By then, Samantha Jones had become a known cabaret act and performed on cruise ships including the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2. All the while, Samantha Jones sang on numerous BBC radio shows. In 1982, the Dutch label Dureco released the album Goin' Places. She ceased singing in 1986 and became a producer placing numerous musical production shows on cruise lines until she sold her interest in the mid-1990s. In 1986 Samantha became close to showbiz accountant Jose Goumal (who had been her professional adviser since 1970), they moved in together and married 1998. Today, Jean Owen lives with her husband in London and Henley-on-Thames.
01. The Feeling That I Get 02. Until Tomorrow 03. Today (Without You) 04. Taking the Heart Out of Love 05. I'll Never Fall in Love Again 06. I Go to Sleep 07. Do I Still Figure in Your Life 08. In the Morning 09. Come to Me Slowly 10. Put a Little Love in Your Heart 11. I'm Sorry But I Think I Love You 12. You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman
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