From Zappa Wiki Jawaka
Bobby Jameson (born Robert Parker Jameson) in Geneva, Illinois first recorded for Talamo in 1964. His first single "I'm So Lonely" was a regional hit and earned him a place on American Bandstand. He was noticed by Andrew Loog Oldham who invited him to London to record some early Rolling Stones songs "All I Want Is My Baby / Each And Every Day" (Decca F 12032(UK) London 9730(US) 1964).
Recorded an album, "Songs Of Protest And Anti-Protest" for Marshall Lieb using the name Chris Lucey (Released in the UK as " Too Many Mornings" and credited to Bobby Jameson) as he was reworking an album recorded by Chris Ducey using his titles in 1965.
Recorded for Verve in 1967 as Jameson.
Watch Your Step: New Rubble Volume 3 CD (Radioactive Records) includes:
Please Mr Mailman - Bobby Jameson (described as B side to Rum Pum single on Brit Records).
The Rolling Stones Works - Various Artist compilation CD (Deram - Japan) includes both Jameson tracks.