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Jonny Jakobsen (born 17 November 1963. Malmö, Sweden) is a Swedish-Danish bubblegum dance/eurodance artist better known under his fictitious identities as Indian taxi driver Dr. Bombay, Scottish Dr. Macdoo and Mexican Carlito. He began as a country singer called Johnny Moonshine, but became famous only after his metamorphosis into Dr. Bombay. His debut was in 1998 with the album Rice and Curry, hitting the charts with the title track, as well as Calcutta (Taxi Taxi Taxi) and SOS (The Tiger Took My Family).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Under the Kilt - (3:12) - 61 plays
- Macahula Dance - (3:03) - 28 plays
- Hokey Pokey Man - (3:05) - 77 plays
- Mayday! Mayday! - (3:12) - 28 plays
- Loch Ness - (3:11) - 29 plays
- Family Macdoo - (3:11) - 28 plays
- The Mad Piper - (3:19) - 27 plays
- Bagpipesong - (2:57) - 19 plays
- Scottish Ghost (Extra Extra) - (3:01) - 11 plays
- Intro - (0:34) - 8 plays
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