The New Lee Dorsey - Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow album FLAC
Born Irving Lee Dorsey in New Orleans, Louisiana, Dorsey moved to Portland, Oregon when he was ten years old. He served in the United States Navy . It was to be his second and last Top Ten song. In 1970 Dorsey and Toussaint collaborated on an album entitled Yes We Can; the title song was Dorsey's last entry in the singles chart.
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Irving Lee Dorsey (December 24, 1924 – December 1, 1986) was an African American pop and R&B singer during the 1960s. His biggest hits were "Ya Ya" (1961) and "Working in the Coal Mine" (1966). Much of his work was produced by Allen Toussaint, with instrumental backing provided by The Meters
Original album issued as Amy LP 8077, November 1966. Tracks 2, 3, 6 & 7 replace cuts that were originally repeated from Amy LP 8010. All tracks recorded 1966-1970. Recorded at Cosimo Recording Studio, New Orleans, Louisiana. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All.
Redirected from Working In The Coal Mine). Working in the Coal Mine" is a song with music and lyrics by the American musician and record producer Allen Toussaint. It was an international hit for Lee Dorsey in 1966, and has been recorded by other musicians including Devo in 1981. After Toussaint returned to New Orleans from the US Army, in which he served from 1963 to 1965, he formed a production company, Sansu (also known as "Tou-Sea Productions"), with partner Marshall Sehorn.
Album: Working in the Coalmine (1966). Charted: 8 8. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In the '60s, Toussaint wrote and produced several hits for Lee Dorsey, including "Ride Your Pony," "Get Out of My Life Woman," "Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky," and "Holy Co. In 1965, Toussaint wrote a song for Dorsey called "Work, Work, Work," which was appropriate since Dorsey loved working on cars as much as he loved making music - he worked at a body shop and was often seen covered in grease. This was recorded at J&M Studios in New Orleans, which was where just about every hit from that city was put to tape in the '50s and '60s. Coal Mine" was one of the last hits recorded there, as financial problems led to its demise a few years later. Dorsey's label, Amy Records, commissioned a promotional film for his song (what would later be called a "music video").
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A nice single-disc anthology featuring the best-known cuts and biggest pop hits of New Orleans R&B and soul singer Lee Dorsey, one of the Crescent City's best comic/novelty artists and a fine traditional R&B vocalist as well. The title track, "Working in a Coal Mine," and "Ride Your Pony" are superb songs that use the second line rhythm and boast outstanding arrangements, clever lyrics, and great vocals. Working in the Coalmine. 2. Holy Cow. Allen Toussaint.
Features Song Lyrics for Lee Dorsey's The Best of Holy Cow album. 4. Workin' In A Coal Mine Lyrics. Lee Dorsey Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Lee Dorsey (December 24, 1924 – December 2, 1986) was an American rhythm & blues singer. Much of his work was produced by Allen Toussaint with instrumental backing provided by the Meters. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Dorsey was a childhood friend of Fats Domino before moving to Portland, Oregon when he was ten years old. He served in the United States Navy in World War II and then began a career in prizefighting.
|A1||Working In A Coal Mine|
|A2||A Mellow Good Time|
|A5||On Your Own Way Down|
|A6||Give It Up|
|B3||Don't You Ever (Leave Me)|
|B5||A Little Dab A Do Ya|
- Arranged By – Allen Toussaint
- Producer – A. Toussaint*, M. Sehorn*
- Written-By – Allen Toussaint (tracks: A1 to A6, B2 to B6), Naomi Neville (tracks: B1)
NotesRecorded at Cosimo Recording Studio, New Orleans, LA.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 8011-SA
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 8011-SB
|AMY 8011-S||The New Lee Dorsey*||Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow (LP, Album)||Amy||AMY 8011-S||US||1966|
|CR REV 303||The New Lee Dorsey*||Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow (CD, Album)||Rev-Ola||CR REV 303||Europe||2010|
|AMY 8011||The New Lee Dorsey*||Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow (LP, Album, RE)||Amy||AMY 8011||US||Unknown|
|FPX 333||Lee Dorsey||Lee Dorsey (LP)||Columbia||FPX 333||France||1966|
|AMY 8011||The New Lee Dorsey*||Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow (LP, Album)||Amy||AMY 8011||Canada||1966|