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I'd Bow To Yon Funky Women -- Eleventh Hour Blind Santa Model

[smallest] a gold mine of hints [/smallest]:

The founder of this Philly group got top billing, but the lead singer at the time of this song ( their breakout single ) became more famous.

Some 17 years later, a cover version by a British Pop act was an international hit and US #1.

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NOT[smallest] Fats Domino, Slim Harpo, Little Richard, Little Jimmy Dickens, Pee Wee King, “The Big Bopperâ€, “The Killerâ€, Professor Longhair, Sonny Boy Williamson, Sugar Boy Crawford, Gary “U.S.†Bonds, Huey "Piano" Smith, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Bo Bice, Bo Belinsky, Shirley "Shirley Bo Birley Bonana Fanna Fo Firley Fee Fy Mo Mirley, Shirley" Ellis, L.L. Cool J, Slim Shady, Slim Whitman, Don "The Snake" Prudhomme, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes, Haystack Calhoun, "Legs" Larry Smith, Super Dave Osborne, Champion Jack Dupree, Nicole "Wrong Way" Richie, Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford, "The Hoff" or Badfinger.[/smallest]

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"frogman" ??

If it is, it must be Aint got no home by Clarance Henry! :)

Not Into 'Homage -- Elmer "Fancy Ranch" Negro [big] = [/big] Ain't Got No Home -- Clarence "Frogman" Henry

100% it must be.

Jumble us, Dappled.

( [smallest]bazooka recycles. This is essentially the same artist and song info ( and hint) I used a few days ago in Rock & Roll Jeopardy.[/smallest] edna [smallest]was the winner there. [/smallest] )

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