||Two wigged out wonders from the mysterious Lincoln Chase, an artist who found most success as a composer for other artists such as LaVern Baker, and in particular Shirley Ellis, but nevertheless recorded a raft of intriguing and often bewildering solo material. Operating strictly from left-field, Chase's songs characteristically included off-kilter rhythms and clever and esoteric word play and these sides deliver on all fronts! "I Love Your Many Ways" is lifted from the full length 'The Explosive Lincoln Chase' LP, and appears on 45rpm for the first time. The track is the undisputed winner of that set, a sublime piece of bizarro jazzy exotica with prominent, driving percussion and vocals seemingly driven in equal parts by lust and madness! 'Miss Orangatang' on the flip is a much-loved, infectious, shuffling R&B dancer where Chase sings an ode to his new simian ladyfriend. Of course!