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Don "No Soul" Simmons

Don No Soul Simmons
In one of the more memorable sketches from the 1987 film, “Amazon Women on the Moon” David Alan Grier was Don “No Soul” Simmons who turned his disability of being a Black without Soul into a successful white bread recording career. Simmons would take “white” songs and well…make them even whiter as he took tunes like “Tie a Yellow Ribbon” to even new lows.  




The Bullet Points:
Movie Appeared:
Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)

Actor:
David Alan Grier

Songs you might remember:
Tie a Yellow Ribbon
Blame it on the Bossanova

Why you should vote for him:
We don’t have very many people with “disabilities” on this list.

Why you should not vote for him:
This wasn’t seen very much, and Grier seemed to play a lot of this type of character.  

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0 #2 Tristan Rockwell 2020-02-08 21:24
Quoting andemeister:
is there any way to obtain his full songs?
strange request maybe, but i just love obscure crap :P


I called the phone number at the end of the original advertisemen t, but they didn't seem interested in selling the album. Sorry.
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0 #1 andemeister 2015-11-28 00:46
is there any way to obtain his full songs?
strange request maybe, but i just love obscure crap :P
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