Shorty Long - Here Comes The Judge mp3 album
Long's biggest hit was "Here Comes the Judge" which in July 1968 reached number four on the R&B charts and number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was inspired by a comic act on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In about a judge by Pigmeat Markham, whose own "Here Comes the Judge" – a similar song with different lyrics –. charted three weeks after Long's, also in July 1968, and reached number 19 on Billboard. Long's 1969 singles included "I Had a Dream" and "A Whiter Shade of Pale" . 1968: Here Comes the Judge (LP, SS/SM 709). 1969: The Prime of Shorty Long (LP, SS-719).
Here Comes The Judge. Written-By – Brown, Long, de Passe. A2. Night Fo' Last (Instrumental). Written-By – Paul, Long. Shorty Long (2). Here Comes The Judge (LP, Album).
Here Comes the Judge may refer to: Here Comes the Judge (album), a 1964 jazz album by Eddie Harris. Here Comes the Judge" (Shorty Long song), 1968. Here Comes the Judge" (Pigmeat Markham song), 1968. Here Come de Judge", a regular sketch on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, done in the first season by Pigmeat Markham and in subsequent seasons by Sammy Davis, Jr. Overview (current section).
Produced by William Mickey Stevenson. Album Here Comes the Judge. Devil With the Blue Dress Lyrics. Devil with the blue dress, blue dress, blue dress Devil with the blue dress on. Fe, fe, fi, fi, fo, fo, fum Looking mighty nice, here she comes Wearing a wig, hat and shades to match Got her high heeled shoes and her alligator hat Wearing her pearls and her diamond ring Got bracelets on her arm and everything
The Essential Collection. Shorty Long – Here Comes the Judge. Hear ye, hear ye The court's in session The court's in session, now Here comes the judge Here comes the judge Here comes the judge Here comes the judge Here comes the judge . Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Here Comes the Judge" as written by Frederick Earl Long Billie Jean Brown. Here Comes the Judge song meanings.
The career of Frederick Shorty Long has not been well served in the CD age. Apart from an Essential Collection on the Spectrum label in 2000 (conspicuous for its omission of what many of his fans regard as their favourite track, ‘Chantilly Lace’) his work has appeared only on a number of various artist compilations. But two more singles went by before he finally came up with his one and only Top 10 hit, ‘Here Comes The Judge’, a catchphrase from the hugely popular TV comedy show Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. Shorty was to have one more single released, before he died in a tragic boating accident on 29 June 1969.
For a Motown artist who had a Top Ten pop hit, Shorty Long has been surprisingly unrepresented by single-artist compilations. His big smash "Here Comes the Judge" is here, of course, as are his other two best-known songs, "Devil with the Blue Dress" (covered for a hit by Mitch Ryder when combined with "Good Golly Miss Molly") and "Function at the Junction. Though his smash "Here Comes the Judge" was a fun novelty based on a slogan popularized by sketches on TV's comedy show Laugh-In, Long was a minor Motown artist, if one who sometimes had a tougher and slightly bluesier sound than most of the acts on the label's roster.
Here Comes the Judge (1964). Album by Shorty Long. Function at the Junction. was sampled in. Chunky by Format:B (2014).
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|A||Here Comes The Judge
Producer – B.J.*, Shorty Long Written-By – Brown*, Long*, DePasse*
|B||Sing What You Wanna
Producer – Shorty Long Written-By – Dunbar*
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