My Ding-A-Ling

I’m tellin’ you, the man is a genius. Dave Bartholomew is the multi-talented figure behind a majority of classic New Orleans R&B of the '50s and the self-proclaimed inventor of the "Big Beat." Bartholomew has over 4000 songs in his enormous catalog and is responsible for arranging and producing timeless records by Shirley & Lee, Lloyd Price, Smiley Lewis, and especially Fats Domino. Bartholomew led his first studio session under his own name in 1947 for Deluxe, but the label went out of business shortly thereafter and the sessions went unnoticed. In 1949, Bartholomew met Lew Chudd who was forming a new label, Imperial Records.Chudd hired Bartholomew as house arranger, bandleader, and talent scout, and he immediately started cranking out numerous hits through the '50s for Fats Domino, Shirley & Lee, Smiley Lewis, Earl King, Chris Kenner, Tommy Ridgley, Frankie Ford, Robert Parker, and a host of others.

Dave Bartholomew – My Ding-A-Ling

Oh and here’s something for abnerkdabner , you were right, there is something special about chickens songs !( Mr Rhythm himself,
Andre Williams)

André Williams – The Greasy Chicken


Anonymous said…
And that may be the most special chicken song yet! Thank you for the, uh, dedication.

I had no idea that the "greasy chicken" was such an international star, but it seems, from listening to André Williams' song, that in this we're not so different after all. In these very trying times it's mighty good of you, Rev. Frost, to remind us of such, and I just hope that indeed it'll... be stickin'.

Seriously, both myself and Missus Kdabner were right damn impressed by this tune. Any time you wanna fry up some more bird songs, please know that 'round these quarters -- "leg quarters" that is -- you have a hungry crowd.


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