The House of Blue Lights" is a popular song published in 1946, written by Don Raye and Freddie Slack. It was first recorded by Freddie Slack with singer Ella Mae Morse, and was covered the same year by The Andrews Sisters. Notably for the time, the song featured a "hipster"-style spoken introduction by Raye and Morse: "Well, whatcha say, baby? You look ready as Mr. Freddy this black. How 'bout you and me goin' spinnin' at the track?".
Listen to House of Blue Lights from Chuck Miller's The History of Rock n Roll, Vol. 7 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The History of Rock n Roll, Vol. 7. Various Artists.
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Текст песни Chuck Miller – "The House Of Blue Lights", Go, Well, lace up your boots, And we'll book on down, To a knocked out shack, On the edge of town, There's an eight beat combo Go Well, lace up your boots And we'll walk on down To a knocked out shack On the edge of town There's an eight beat combo That just won't quit Keep walking till you see A blue light lit Fall in there And you'll dig some sights At the house The house of blue lights There's fryers, broilers. Detroit barbeque ribs But the treat of the trade Is when they serve you.
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The BBC artist page for Chuck Miller. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Chuck Miller interviews. In 1955 he moved to Mercury Records, and his recording of "The House of Blue Lights", arranged by Douglass, and first recorded in 1946 by Ella Mae Morse and Freddie Slack, became his most successful recording, reaching 9 on the US pop chart. However, his immediate follow-ups, "Hawk-Eye" (written by Boudleaux Bryant) and "Boogie Blues" were less successful. He also recorded an album for Mercury, Songs After Hours, which contained a mixture of swing era covers and more upbeat rock and roll numbers.
b. California, USA. Miller was a boogie-woogie piano player who had a 1955 Top 10 single with ‘The House Of Blue Lights’, a rocking version of an Andrews Sisters song that had previously been a hit i. ead Full Biography.
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