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Louis Prima

A tireless showman and an underrated musical talent, Louis Prima swung his way to icon status thanks to an irresistible, infectious sound whose appeal translated across generations. Nominally a swing artist, Prima's distinctive sound also encompassed New Orleans-style jazz, boogie-woogie, jump blues, R&B, early rock & roll, and even the occasional Italian tarantella. Regardless of what form his music took, it swung hard and fast, with a rolling, up-tempo shuffle beat that helped some of his earlier material cross over to R&B audiences (his songs were also covered by jump blues artists from time to time). His greatest period of popularity coincided with his marriage to singer Keely Smith, whose coolly sophisticated vocals and detached stage manner made a perfect counterpoint to Prima's boisterous presence: mugging, clowning, and cavorting around the stage with the boundless enthusiasm of a hyperactive boy. Prima's band during this time was anchored by tenor saxophonist Sam Butera, whose grounding in jump blues and New Orleans R&B was a perfect match. Perhaps because Prima refused to take his music too seriously, sober-minded jazz critics often dismissed him as a mere entertainer, overlooking his very real talent as a jazzman. He was a capable, gravelly-voiced singer modeled on Louis Armstrong, boasting a surprising range, and was also a fine trumpet player, again in the irrepressible mold of Armstrong; what was more, he wrote Benny Goodman's perennial swing smash "Sing, Sing, Sing." Prima's impact on popular culture was also significant; his pronounced ethnicity made it safe for other Italian-American singers to acknowledge their roots, and he was the first high-profile musical act to take up regular residence in the lounges and casinos of Las Vegas, helping to start the city's transformation into a broader-based entertainment capital. His musical legacy proved long-lasting, as covers of his classics became modern-day hits for David Lee Roth and Brian Setzer; additionally, the '90s swing revival, which sought to re-emphasize the danceability and sense of fun that had largely disappeared from jazz, brought Prima's music back into the limelight (as well as the good graces of critics).

Louis Prima was born December 7, 1911 in New Orleans, LA, to an Italian family who'd emigrated to the U.S. by way of Argentina. He took violin lessons as a youth, but switched to trumpet at age 15 when his older brother went out on tour with a band and left a spare instrument behind. By 17, Prima was playing professionally at a New Orleans theater, influenced chiefly by Louis Armstrong and King Oliver. This was a problem, since the theater was not a jazz venue, and Prima was fired. In the early '30s, he caught on with cornetist Red Nichols for a time, and moved to New York in 1934 at the urging of star bandleader Guy Lombardo, who had been impressed with Prima's trumpet playing. Initially struggling to find work, Prima formed a Dixieland-style backing group called the New Orleans Gang and landed a regular gig at a 52nd Street club known as the Famous Door. The band was a hit, adopting "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" as their signature song, and recorded numerous sides for a succession of labels up through 1939; some of the better-known members included -- at various points -- clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, pianist Claude Thornhill, guitarist George Van Eps, reedman Eddie Miller, and trombonist George Brunies. Prima also traveled to Los Angeles periodically, and made cameo appearances in several Hollywood musicals, starting with the Bing Crosby Western Rhythm on the Range in 1936.

Meanwhile, Prima was composing original material, and in 1937 he completed a song called "Sing, Sing, Sing." Benny Goodman recorded an instrumental version and had a huge smash with it the following year, spotlighting it in his legendary Carnegie Hall appearance; to this day it remains one of the most readily identifiable melodies of the swing era. Prima broke up the New Orleans Gang in 1939 to form his own big band, which he dubbed the Gleeby Rhythm Orchestra. Following World War II, the band started to take off, landing hits with novelty numbers that often drew upon Prima's Italian background and accent. The first was 1944's "Angelina," a major success that paved the way for titles like "Felicia No Capicia," "Bacciagaloop (Makes Love on the Stoop)," "Please No Squeeza Da Banana," and "Josephina, Please No Leana on the Bell." Prima also made the Hit Parade Top Ten with songs like "Robin Hood" (1944; covered the next year by Les Brown for a bigger hit), "Bell Bottom Trousers" (sung by Lily Ann Carol in 1945), and "Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)" (1947). He also wrote Jo Stafford's 1947 hit "A Sunday Kind of Love."

In 1948, Prima hired a new female vocalist for his band, a 16-year-old Norfolk, Virginia native named Dorothy Keely, who was renamed Keely Smith. Prima parlayed her initial shyness into a stage routine where he attempted to break down her icily reserved façade. The contrast in their styles made for immediate chemistry, and Smith's boyish haircut only added to the duo's distinctive stage presence. Prima broke up the big band in 1949, and continued to work with Smith as a more streamlined nightclub act. They scored a hit in 1950 with their co-composition "Oh Babe!" and toured the country over the next few years. In the summer of 1953, Smith became Prima's fourth wife.

By late 1954, Prima was finding bookings harder and harder to come by. He talked a friend into booking him for an extended stay at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, and while passing through New Orleans, he recruited locally popular tenor saxophonist Sam Butera as a possible collaborator if things went well. They did, and Prima called Butera out to Vegas, asking him to bring a few more musicians; the new group debuted at the Sahara on the day after Christmas, and Butera dubbed them the Witnesses during Prima's first on-stage introduction. Their act quickly became a sensation around Las Vegas, and their engagement turned into a residency, billed as "The Wildest Show in Vegas," which ran up to five times a night. Prima and Smith's comic banter was riddled with sexual innuendo, and they sometimes rewrote the lyrics to popular standards in the same spirit; meanwhile, Butera's jump blues/R&B background kept the music equally lively. Even if the music was aimed at older listeners, it shared a great deal of the spirit of early rock & roll.

In 1956, Prima inked a new deal with Capitol, which marked the beginning of the most celebrated and influential period of his recording career. His first album for the label was 1956's The Wildest!, which successfully translated the high energy of his live act into a studio recording; it featured many of his best-known latter-day songs, including the "Just a Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody" medley, "Jump, Jive an' Wail," "Buona Sera," "Oh Marie," and the jive-talking duet "The Lip." Over the next few years, Capitol issued six more Prima albums, highlighted by 1957's The Call of the Wildest and 1958's concert set The Wildest Show in Tahoe. He appeared frequently on The Ed Sullivan Show and other variety programs, and in 1958 he and Smith won a Grammy for their hit version of "That Old Black Magic." In 1959, they appeared in the film Hey Boy! Hey Girl!, which featured their renditions of the title song, "Lazy River," and "Banana Split for My Baby," among others.

While Prima and Smith boasted terrific chemistry on stage, their infidelity-riddled marriage was floundering by the close of the '50s. In 1961, Prima switched from Capitol to Dot Records, and from the Sahara Hotel to the Desert Inn; with his popularity still running high, both deals netted huge sums of money. However, Smith divorced him later that year, scuttling the act and largely negating the deals. Prima returned to Capitol for one final album, 1962's The Wildest Comes Home, and hired a new female vocalist, Gia Maione, who became his fifth wife in 1963. Without Smith, he was never again as popular or prolific on record, but he continued to perform in Las Vegas with Butera and the Witnesses, and toured successfully as well. In 1967, Disney tapped Prima to voice the character of King Louie, ruler of the orangutans, in its animated adaptation of The Jungle Book; his featured number, the swinging "I Wanna Be Like You," ranks among the best-loved Disney songs of its era.

Prima spent much of the late '60s and early '70s playing Vegas casinos and lounges, most notably at the Sands Hotel. With more and more musical acts taking up residence in the city, Prima no longer had the drawing power of old, and in the early '70s he and Butera returned home to New Orleans, where they made a steadier living playing in the French Quarter for the tourist crowd. In late 1975, Prima underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor, and fell into a coma; although he survived for nearly three more years, he never regained consciousness, and died on August 24, 1978. Prima's music began to reappear in subsequent years; ex-Van Halen singer David Lee Roth scored the best-remembered hit of his solo career with a carbon-copy version of "Just a Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody" in 1985, and onetime Stray Cat Brian Setzer scored a Grammy-winning hit with his cover of "Jump, Jive an' Wail." Prima's original version was featured in a Gap commercial around the same time, and the swing-dancing fad of the time helped bring the rest of his music back into the public eye. Meanwhile, Sam Butera continued to perform Prima hits from the golden years on the casino circuits in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography


Track List: The Classic Hits

1. Just a Gigolo (I Ain't Got Nobody)

2. Sing Sing Sing

3. Jump, Jive, An' Wail

4. Nothing's Too Good for My Baby

5. That Old Black Magic

6. I've Got You Under My Skin

7. Buena Sera

8. Oh Marie

9. Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop

10. Pennies from Heaven

11. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead (You Rascal You)

12. Felicia No Capicia

13. I've Got the World on a String

14. Basin Street Blues / When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Medley)

15. Banana Split for My Baby

16. St. Louis Blues

17. Hey Boy! Hey Girl!

19. Be Mine (Little Baby)

21. Whistle Stop

22. Five Months Two Weeks Two Days

24. The Bee Song (He-Bee and She-Bee)


Track List: Las Vegas Prima Style (Live)

1. Medley: Them There Eyes/Honeysuckle Rose (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)

2. Tiger Rag/Just Because (Live)

3. Medley: Embraceable You/I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)

4. Should I/I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)

5. The White Cliffs Of Dover (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)

6. Holiday For Strings (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)

7. Greenback Dollar Bill (Live)

8. Love Of My Life (O Sole Mio) (Live)

9. Too Marvelous For Words (Feat. Sam Butera & The Witnesses) (Live)


Track List: The Wildest Comes Home

1. You're Just In Love

2. All Night Long

3. Glow-Worm

4. Twist All Night

5. Three Handed Woman

6. St. Louis Blues

7. Just One Of Those Things

8. Harlem Nocturne

9. Everybody Knows

10. Lover Come Back To Me

11. Ain't Misbehavin'/Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Medley)

12. John Ping Pong

13. Ooh, Look What You've Done To Me

14. Big Daddy


Track List: Lake Tahoe Prima Style

1. Scuba Diver

2. I Want You To Be My Baby

3. Shadrack

4. The Next Time

5. Lady Of Spain

6. Hello Lover, Goodbye Tears

7. Undecided

8. Come Rain Or Come Shine

9. Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night


Track List: The Lost Chords: The Rescuers (Original Soundtrack)

2. Doin’ What I Really Do Best

4. I Never Had It So Good

6. Peopleitis


Track List: Strictly Prima!

1. If You Were The Only Girl

2. Judy

3. Five Months, Two Weeks, Two Days

4. That's My Home

5. Sing, Sing, Sing

6. Gotta See Baby Tonight

7. Felicia No Capicia

8. Moonglow

9. Bourbon Street Blues

10. Fee Fie Foo

11. The Music Goes 'Round & Around


Track List: Louis Prima Oh Marie

1. Angelina

4. Felicia, No Capicia

5. Baciagaloop

11. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

13. Pickle In The Middle

15. Oh, Marie

16. St. Louis Blues

18. Just A Gigolo

19. The Lip

20. Hey Ba Ba Re Bop

22. Please, No Squeeza Da Banana

23. Caldonia

24. Brooklyn Boogie

29. Chinatown, My Chinatown

30. Sing, Sing, Sing

32. Robin Hood


Track List: That Darn Cat (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1. That Darn Cat


Track List: Jump, Jive An' Wail: The Essential Louis Prima

1. Angelina & Zooma Zooma

2. Jump, Jive, An' Wail

3. That Old Black Magic

4. Oh, Marie

5. The Lip

6. Bourbon Street Blues

7. I've Got You Under My Skin

8. Pennies From Heaven

9. Hey, Boy! Hey, Girl!

10. Luigi

11. Lazy River

12. Medley: When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)/The Sheik Of Araby

13. I've Got The World On A String

14. Sing, Sing, Sing

15. Medley: Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares For Me)

16. Felicia No Capicia

17. 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days

18. St. Louis Blues

19. When The Saints Go Marching In

20. Big Daddy

21. Just One Of Those Things

22. Buona Sera

23. I Wan'Na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)

24. Hello Dolly

25. Cabaret

26. Civilization (Bongo Bongo Bongo)


Track List: Best Of The War Years

1. The White Cliffs Of Dover

2. Robin Hood

4. Hitsum-Kitsum-Bumpity-Itsum

5. This Heart Of Mine

6. Angelina

7. Ya Gotta See Baby Tonight

8. I'll Walk Alone

9. Felicia No Capicia

10. Please No Squeeza Da Banana

11. I Was Here When You Left Me

12. The Blizzard

14. A Sunday Kind Of Love

17. Oh Babe

18. Brooklyn Boogie

19. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)

20. That's My Desire

21. Chinatown, My Chinatown

23. Buona Sera


Track List: Wild, Cool & Swingin'

Disc 1

9. Just One Of Those Things (1999 Digital Remaster)

10. Felicia No Capicia (1999 Digital Remaster)

11. Oh, Marie (1999 Digital Remaster)

16. Lazy River (1999 Digital Remaster)

18. Pennies From Heaven (1999 Digital Remaster)

Disc 2

5. I've Got The World On A String (1995 Digital Remaster)


Track List: Beepin' & Boppin'

1. Over The Rainbow

2. Ai-Ai-Ai-May-Pay-May-Lay-Ma-Sa

3. The Manuelo Tarantel

4. Until Sunrise

5. I Beeped When I Should Have Bopped

6. Charleston

7. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)

8. Paper Doll

9. Yes, We Have No Bananas

10. Charley My Boy

11. The Happy Wanderer

12. Buona Sera (Good Night)

13. A Good Time Was Had By All

14. Ja-Da

15. Here Pretty Kitty

16. The Dummy Song


Track List: Wonderland By Night

1. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon

2. Goodnight My Love

3. Moonlight In Vermont

4. Polka Dots And Moonbeams

5. Twilight Time

6. Wonderland By Night

7. You And The Night And The Music

8. I Could Have Danced All Night

9. A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening

10. I Want Some Lovin'


Track List: Capitol Collectors Series

2. Oh Marie

3. Buona Sera

4. Jump, Jive, An' Wail

5. Basin Street Blues/When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Medley)

7. Whistle Stop

8. 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days

9. Banana Split For My Baby

13. I've Got The World On A String

14. Pennies From Heaven

16. Beep! Beep!

18. Sing, Sing, Sing

20. The Music Goes 'Round And Around

22. Lazy River

24. You're Just In Love

25. Twist All Night

26. St. Louis Blues


Track List: Wildest!

2. (Nothing's Too Good) For My Baby

3. The Lip

4. Body And Soul

5. Oh Marie

6. Basin Street Blues / When It's Sleepy Time Down South

7. Jump, Jive, An' Wail

8. Buona Sera

9. Night Train

10. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You


Track List: The Wildest! (Bonus Track Version)

4. Body And Soul

5. Oh, Marie

6. Basin Street Blues / When It's Sleepy Time Down South

7. Jump, Jive, An' Wail

8. Buona Sera

9. Night Train

10. (I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You

21. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You


Track List: Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Radio Single)

1. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)


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HOw many Big Band followers know the it was Louie Prima who
Wrote the Biggest Hit of all for any Big Band, "Sing, Sing,Sing"!
Penelope Pigott
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now that you started reading this don't stop this is so freaky. But if you read this and ignore it you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 minutes. When your done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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Yeah... Where's Pepino? And how about 'Shutta your face'? Traditional Italian songs from our youth
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Love that jazz
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jennmcgrawci h l e r
I would like to hear pepino.
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Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of you life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you've started reading so don't stop. This is so scary put this on at least 5 songs in 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lover's name will come on the screen in big letters. This is so scary because it actually work
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It was mildly amusing in the 80's and 90's when some rock bands were coming along and doing Louis Prima songs or songs in his style. No one does Prima like Louis! His wife, Keely Smith, was fine singer and beauty.
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Louis Prima, close second to my favorite Dean Martin...wha t ' s an Italian girl gonna do without her Dino or Louis?
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Love this man! Always play Louis Prima while I cook Italian ��
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Totally agree with you, jclarx ;)
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Hard to be in bad mood when listening to Louie Prima.
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Music from a simpler era...the best.
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Grazi Grazi Grazi !!!
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I saw Prima and Keely Smith---alon g with Sam . at the Sands in 1958. I was 11. My mom got us into the adults only show because she knew the maître-d. from her work at The Cocoanut Grove inside The Ambassador Hotel.(LA) Louis and Keely were fantastic. Last year I laid flowers at Louie's headstone in Meterie,,Lou i s i a n a . . Great talent dies young.
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Beautiful telling of Louis Prima., a master showman. Va bene!
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Real entertainmen t .........I would loved to have seen them live in Vegas.......
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Louis Prima, Keely ,Sam Butera -FUN- FUN -FUN .....made you forget your problems for at least an hour-GREAT
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LIKE !!!!!
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To the below comments, that is right! Totally forgot about that- I think that was most of us unprivileged late bloomers were introduced to him- King Louis, the crazy orangutan in the Jungle Book. LOVE it!
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jB1238, I love the comment. Man, I missed out!!!
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Great entertainer!
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David lee Roth remake
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Saw him in Cleveland in 1975 even though it was late in his career, I was excited to see him. I still love listening to his music.
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louie and keely on stage was the greatest show on earth.
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In 1955, my father drove our family including me, age 10, to Las Vegas from New Jersey for his vacation. The lounge at the Sahara, called the Casbah Lounge, was right in the casino and visible from the perimeter. From this vantage point, I watched the whole show. They performed several times a night, including a 3AM (I'm told) show, which was attended by the other performers on the Strip, including Sinatra, after they finished their late shows. That's how good they were. Lounge acts were free.
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Just the sweetest memories of yesterdays music. and I'm only 80 !
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Yeah!! The best!! Crazzzzy!
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Boy they don't make music like that anymore !!!!
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mcqueenhisto r y
Reminds me of sitting in Starbucks during the Los Angeles winter months with my favorite Coconut Vanilla Hot Tea.
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I personally met Butera and Smith in Vegas on about 4 different occasions, they were terrific. I had a pic of Keeley and I which I put in my bar in, it brought me lots of interesting clients. Hope they are well???
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Louis: the world lost a truly talented man the day you died! Your music is so up lifting. Makes me want to buy an Italian car & a bunch of your CD's and blast them while driving!
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I love Louis' energetic , unstop musical style.
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I heard many stories of his visits to Atlantic City
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Have always loved him.Wish he were around now to cheer us up now that we need it!
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The smoothest cat EVER!!! He and his band could stop on a dime and give you change!!!!!
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In my humble opinion, he lives on through his music as The Man!
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He.....Was The Man !
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Tremendous talent and charisma. Wow.
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he made one album just trumpet no vocals.his daughter is on the cover with himplay pretty for the people his worst record the blizzard
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Vin Diesel should play him in a bio pic.
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his music was ahead of its time he should be considered as one of the all time great like frank and elvis
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Outstanding musician. Unlike any other.
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they refer to his King Louie when they get to 1967.
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wasnt he the monkey king in jungle book
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why not a movie or at least shocase in biography,am a z i n g musician.
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