A Oh Joe B Don't Kiss Me Again. Producer – Kenny Young Written By – Kenny Young. Title (Format) Label Category Country Year. BA 222693 Miko And The Vatmen Oh Joe! (7") CBS BA 222693 Australia 1980. The B-Side, 'Don't Kiss Me Again' is a ska cover-version of the 1963 hit The Charmettes - Please Don't Kiss Me Again, What Is A Tear which was written by the same Kenny Young who wrote and produced this 1980 release.
AOh Joe BDon't Kiss Me Again. Producer, Written-By – Kenny Young. Matrix, Runout (Side A Etched): MX192463 Matrix, Runout (Side B Etched): MX192464.
Miko Mission - The World Is You. Electronic. Miko Mission - Two For Love. Cyco Miko & Infectious Grooves - Funk It Up & Punk It Up : Live In France '95.
In Shinto, a miko (巫女) is a shrine (jinja) maiden or a supplementary priestess. Miko were once likely seen as a shaman but are understood in modern Japanese culture to be an institutionalized role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing to performing the sacred Kagura dance.
Joe Ely is the 1977 debut album by Texas singer-songwriter, Joe Ely. The album includes several tracks written by Ely's bandmates from The Flatlanders. Joe Ely and the follow-up album, Honky Tonk Masquerade, helped establish Ely as a solo artist.