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RAY DORSET Since 1970 Ray Dorset has been the front man of Mungo Jerry. Since 1972, when he was briefly sacked by two other members of the band but reinstated by management and record company, resulting in the departure of the other two members, he HAS been Mungo Jerry, full stop. Yet as this anthology shows, his recording career goes back to 1966, and has taken in several interesting side projects along the way. It takes its name from the B-side of the group's last UK Top 20 hit, 'Long Legged Woman Dressed In Black' (not included) - and there's little doubt that the man will indeed live up to that promise. There are 39 tracks altogether, and space ... Read the complete review
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