|1||(They Call Me) Guitar Shorty||2:34|
|2||Take A Taste||3:30|
|3||I Want To Ta-Ta You Baby||6:07|
|4||Walking On Air||4:07|
|5||Somebody Stole My Monkey||5:08|
|6||I Now The Real You||4:46|
|7||Been Down That Blue Road Before||4:22|
|8||Let Me Love You Tonight||4:22|
|10||She's A Bad Mama Jama||5:05|
|11||I Want To Be Your Man||4:12|
|12||What Can I Do (To Win Your Love)||3:55|
|13||Don't Hoe In The Garden||3:55|
Shorty (58) – Git Shorty. Label: Bonedog Records – BDRCD-04.
SHORTY BIO: Shorty was born Elbert Ferguson, in Roney, Ohio 1940. By second grade his family moved to West Palm Beach Florida. Shorty started to focus on music by the fifth grade and began entering talent shows. In high school,Little Richard, Elvis, The Dominoes, Chuck berry & The Platters were his thing. Shorty's first foray into professional music came in 1958 with Florida bluesman 'Big Joe Dynamo'. Right from the start his reputation for guitar acrobatics began. Shorty now resides in Zanesville Ohio and is playing the Ohio Valley region. One of the things Shorty is most proud of is that he never smoked, drank or used drugs.
they Call Me) Guitar Shorty. Your browser does not support the audio element. I Want to Ta-ta You Baby.
Git Shorty - Somebody Stole My Monkey, Been Down That Blue Road Before, Smoothe and 10 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Don't Hoe in the Garden. I Want to Be Your Man. (they Call Me) Guitar Shorty. What Can I Do (to Win Your Love). I Know the Real You. Other albums.
14 tracks · 21 September 2007.
Topsy Turvy is the second studio album released by blues guitarist Guitar Shorty (David Kearney). The album was released in 1993 on CD by the label Black Top. The tracks "I'm So Glad I Met You", "Mean Husband Blues", "The Bottom Line" and "Hard Life" would later appear on Shorty's compilation album, The Best of Guitar Shorty, in 2006. unlike his previous album, My Way or the Highway, the album shows that "it clear that Guitar Shorty was back to stay stateside.