THE UNIQUES - You Ain't Tuff ALBUM You Ain't Tuff / Strange (7", Single) (1966) The Uniques were an American rock band based in Louisiana, with Joe Stampley at the helm. They were active from 1965 to 1970, recording most of their material at Robin Hood Studios in Tyler, Texas. They released their material on Paula Records of Shreveport, Louisiana. Their two biggest hits were "Not Too Long Ago" and "All These Things", which Stampley would re-record in his country solo career and take to the top of the charts. "All These Things" was written by Naomi Neville, a pseudonym for Allen Toussaint. In the fall of 2010, The Uniques were inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame during their 45th anniversary reunion concert at the Piney woods Palace in Springhill, Louisiana. Original members present: Joe Stampley, Bobby Stampley, Ray Mills, Jim Woodfield, and Mike Love.
The song "You Ain't Tuff" was also featured on the Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965–1968 collection.