Ann Cole was a genuinely great spirit singer who had the misfortune to become too far before her period. She was daring more than enough to record “Got My Mojo Functioning,” which she’d performed on-stage (that was how Muddy Waters discovered the tune) in 1956. Cole also lower records in the Timely, Baton, and Sir brands, and in 1956 she was voted probably the most Promising Feminine R&B Vocals. Cole lower many information, but only ever endured one pop-chart strike, in 1962 with “Don’t End the marriage” on Roulette. The A-side was sort of response record towards the Etta Adam song “Prevent the marriage”; ironically, “Don’t Prevent the marriage”‘s B-side, “HAVE A GREAT TIME,” was also her last R&B charting tune.