Gloria Jones Soundtracks

Gloria Jones
Gloria Richetta Jones is an American singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. She recorded the 1964 song Tainted Love, later a hit for the British synth-pop duo, Soft Cell. She was the girlfriend of glam rock artist Marc Bolan of the band T. Rex until his death in 1977.
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Filmography: Gloria Jones songs

Play Soundtrack Movie/Serie Type Buy song
play soundtrack Tainted love Grand theft auto: san andreas composer, performer
play soundtrack Tainted love Beauty shop performer
play soundtrack Tainted love Grey's anatomy performer
play soundtrack Tainted love Talk to me performer
play soundtrack Tainted love Secret diary of a call girl performer
play soundtrack Tainted love Soulboy performer
play soundtrack Piece of clay Phenomenon writer
play soundtrack If you were my woman Nelson mandela 70th birthday tribute writer
play soundtrack If i were your woman Soul train writer
play soundtrack If i were your woman The 2nd annual soul train music awards writer
play soundtrack If i were your woman American idol: the search for a superstar writer
play soundtrack If i were your woman Rupaul's drag race all stars writer
play soundtrack Heartbeat Shindig! performer
play soundtrack Heartbeat Hollywood a go go performer
play soundtrack Haven't stopped dancing yet The bitch writer
play soundtrack Haven't stopped dancing yet 54 writer
play soundtrack Bring on the love (why can't we be friends) The hitter performer
play soundtrack 2-4-6-8 Jackson 5ive writer
   I ain't going nowhere The ernie sigley show writer
   I haven't stopped dancin' yet Top of the pops writer
   If i was your woman Australian idol writer
   If i were your woman 2011 soul train awards writer
   If i were your woman Les petits mouchoirs writer
   If i were your woman Australian idol writer
   If i were your woman Motown live writer
   Let's go back to day one Mahogany composer, writer
   Puppy love Shindig! performer
   Tainted love Sightseers performer
   Tainted love 20 to 1 performer
   Tainted love (1976 recording) You instead performer