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 . 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.
The New Lee Dorsey 컬렉션을 완성하세요. The album is a re-release of "Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow", but with a different title sequence. 2016년 11월 2일. 신고. 다음 참조: Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow, LP, Album, RE, GET8025. Help me please! Do all copies of this release have a pressing fault on the penultimate track?
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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 . Their version made in the US. In 1985, the country duo The Judds released the song on their album Rockin' With The Rhythm. 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.
It was featured on his 1966 album Working in the Coal Mine - Holy Co. he song was arranged Allen Toussaint and produced by Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn. 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.
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More albums from Lee Dorsey: Night People by Lee Dorsey. Ride Your Pony – Get Out Of My Life Woman by Lee Dorsey. Yes We Can by Lee Dorsey. Ya! Ya! by Lee Dorsey. View all albums . Working In The Coal Mine – Holy Cow. By: Lee Dorsey (1966, Funk, Soul). 1. Working In The Coal Mine. 2. Can You Hear Me. 3. The Greatest Love. 4. A Mellow Good Time.
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|A||Working In The Coal Mine|
- Producer – A. Toussaint*, M. Sehorn*
- Written-By, Arranged By – Allen Toussaint
NotesAn Amy-Mala Recording
E.M.I. Records Limited
|AMY 958||Lee Dorsey||Working In The Coal Mine / Mexico (7", Single)||Amy||AMY 958||US||1966|
|AMY 958||Lee Dorsey||Working In The Coal Mine / Mexico (7", Promo)||Amy||AMY 958||US||1966|
|No. 28||Lee Dorsey||Working In The Coal Mine / Mexico (7", RE)||Flashback Records||No. 28||US||Unknown|
|SS 528||Lee Dorsey||Working In The Coal Mine (7", Single)||Stateside||SS 528||Denmark||1966|
|QSS 1084||Lee Dorsey||Working In The Coal Mine (7")||Stateside||QSS 1084||Italy||1966|