Shooby Taylor

Born 19 September 1929. Died 4 June 2003
Shooby Taylor
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1929-09-19
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Shooby Taylor

Shooby Taylor Biography (Wikipedia)

William "Shooby" Taylor (September 19, 1929 – June 4, 2003) was an African American jazz vocalist famous for scat singing over various records, including the Ink Spots, the Harmonicats and Cristy Lane in a baritone voice. Nicknamed "The Human Horn", he is noted for his highly idiosyncratic scat style, using sounds and syllables quite unlike those used by other scat singers.

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Stout-Hearted Men
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The Human Horn
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The Human Horn
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Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing
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Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing
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Who's Sorry Now
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