b. c.1948, Jamaica, West Indies. Hall’s initial recording program was with Dandy Livingstone. The last mentioned had previously documented as Glucose And Dandy with Tito Simon, as well as the achievement from the duets by Jackie Edwards And Millie Little, Keith And Enid and Derrick And Patsy prompted the pairing of Dandy And Audrey. In 1969 the duo documented ‘Morning Side FROM THE Hill’, which resulted in an record of the same name on Trojan Information. Inspired with the duo’s achievement, a year afterwards, Trojan compiled an additional release, I WANT You, which included several tracks from the original record including ‘Storybook Kids’, ‘Once Upon A Period’ and ‘I Require You’. Livingstone also created Hall’s single recordings, including variations of R&B classics originally documented by the Playthings, ‘A Fans Concerto’, and Barbara Lynn, ‘You’ll Lose AN EXCELLENT Thing’, for his Down City productions. In Jamaica it made an appearance that Hall’s single profession was over and she discovered employment being a support vocalist alongside her sister Pam Hall. In 1985 she enjoyed a resurgence when she documented a remedy to Beres Hammond’s strike, ‘What One Dance Can Perform’. ‘One Dance Won’t Perform’, made by Donovan Germain, had taken her in to the Best 20 from the pop graph after 15 years within the music business. She adopted the strike with ‘The MOST SENSIBLE THING For Me’, though it had been the ensuing ‘Smile’ that repeated her achievement within the pop marketplace. In 1986 she came back to documenting duets with Don Evans (aka Tyrone Evans; ex-Paragons) plus they released ‘Center Made Of Rock’ as well as the Powerful Duo on Trojan Information.
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