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His musical roots were in the kind of country music and black blues he had heard in his youth from Charlie Wiser.
At some time before his move to Houston, Long lived in New Orleans and performed with a variety of musicians, including singer Clarence "Frogman" Henry.
He played lead guitar on Henry's hit recording of "Ain't Got No Home." Later Long recorded with Ivory Joe Hunter of Beaumont, playing saxophone on "Since I Met You Baby." At one time Long had a recording contract with Houston's legendary rhythm-and-blues producer Huey Meaux.
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