Yes, this dozen-song Jones and the Pop Kings. To preserve the fame of Sharon Jones, Dapton has duly released a large number of Sharon’s old songs digitally – mostly unreleased – mostly excerpts and passages that were rejected for inclusion in her previous recording projects. Surprisingly, Sharon Jones has chosen a version in which she and the band keep a fast pace but have lost some of their luster. Soul and Jazz and Funk is an independent soul news and review site compiled by Charles Waring and Bill Buckley, two of Britain’s most experienced and respected soul writers. Another surprise might be a cover of the Marvelettes’ little-known song “Here I Am Baby,” turning the Motown original into a sprawling New Orleans funk opus. Sharon Jones died of pancreatic cancer in 2016. Originally recorded by Ad Libs, he has been adopted by many soulful individuals, including Gladys Knight and Donny Hathaway. NET FOREVER. The most famous songs are probably Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” Dusty Springfield’s “Little By Little,” and Fontella Bass’ “Rescue Me.” In fact, the Daptone crew doesn’t stray too far from the original arrangements, but as you can imagine, they all sound a little “tougher.” She was relatively young — barely 60 years old — and finally established herself as a great soul singer.