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GOOD ORIGINAL STUFF ON THIS ALBUM...

15 songs and NOT one was a disappointment. "Chickenboxer" is like watching a play (close your eyes when listening) - very entertaining. Hula Girl, Mata Hari, and...oh whatever I liked them all, but...South Sea Island Tears is something to listen to...and my favorite. Pops Bayless and Mysterious John are exceptionally talented! Their original work is outstanding. I was told to look for their new sounds in 2008 - I plan on doing just that!

Amazing Album

Why does this album not have a better rating?! I love this album! Interesting fusion of Jazz with ukulele gives it that classic Hawaiian sound and feel.

Biography

Formed: Austin, TX

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

Standing a little over five feet in height, Frederick Earl Long (aka Shorty Long) was one of the funkiest singers to record at Motown Records. Long was born on May 20, 1940, in Birmingham, AL. While growing up he learned about music from people like Alvin "Shine" Robinson and W.C. Handy. The multi-talented singer could play piano, organ, drums, guitar, trumpet, harmonica, and was probably an excellent hand clapper. In Birmingham he worked as a DJ, toured with the Ink Spots, and gigged at club called...
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