Dont You Ever (Leave Me) - The New Lee Dorsey* - Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Amy - AMY 8011 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Bayou Funk, Rhythm & Blues
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"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 , and has been recorded by other musicians including Devo in
Feb 06, · Lee Dorsey is one of those musical legends that unfortunately too many people have either forgotten about or never heard. But his catchy, soulful songs and personable singing style influenced MANY other musicians a few decades ago (I first heard his voice on an album by Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes back in the mid s) and he remains one of the most memorable and /5(12).
A1. Working In A Coal Mine A2. Can You Hear Me A3. The Greatest Love A4. A Mellow Good Time A5. Mexico A6. Get Out My Life, Woman B1. Ride Your Pony B2. Confusion B3. Holy Cow B4. Don't You Ever (Leave Me) B5. Neighbor's Daughter B6. A Little Dab A Do Ya Customers who bought this item.
From to Dorsey put seven songs in the Hot , the most successful of which was "Working in the Coal Mine" in It was to be his second and last Top Ten song. In 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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Less than a year had passed between this and Lee Dorsey's previous LP, Ride Your Pony, and Allen Toussaint was again the prime creative force, writing material and co-producing. The sound, however, had definitely taken a step in a funkier direction. It's still lighthearted, though not lightweight, soul music with a New Orleans bounce, paced by the Top Ten hit "Working in a Coal Mine" and also.
the new lee dorsey - working in a coal mine - holy cow - vinyl lp usa press. side 1: working in a coal mine can you hear me the greatest love a mellow good time mexico get out of my life woman. side 2: ride your pony confusion holy cow dont ever (leave me) neighbours daughter a little dab a do ya. amy - usa press. amy Seller Rating: % positive.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow on Discogs. Label: Amy - AMY S,Amy - S,Amy - AMY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Bayou Funk, Rhythm & Blues/5(16).
Working in the Coal Mine - Holy Cow, an Album by The New Lee Dorsey. Released in November on Amy (catalog no. AMY ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Orleans R&B. Featured peformers: Allen Toussaint (arranger), Allen Toussaint (producer), Marshall E. Sehorn (producer), Irv .