In 1976 Dorsey appeared on the album I Don't Want to Go Home by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, which led to more recordings on his own with ABC Records, including the album Night People . Say It Again" b/w "God Must Have Blessed America". Hey Babe" b/w "Say It Again". Draining" b/w "Soul Mine".
Written-By – Allen Toussaint (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B6), Joe South (tracks: B2). Notes. All tracks published by Marsaint Music except "Games People Play", published by Lowery Music Co. Inc. Recorded in New Orleans, Louisiana. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): POLP 80125. Easily one of the funkiest albums of all time. Lee Dorsey tears it up on this album! Yes we can. I know we can can. Yes we can! Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.
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 including the Top 30 follow-up "Holy Co.
Artist: Lee Dorsey Album: Yes We Can Genre: Funk, Soul Label: Polydor Released: 1970/2007 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Yes We Can - Part I. Riverboat. For all but the most dedicated record collector, Lee Dorsey's terrific singles for Amy - including the hits "Workin' in a Coalmine" and "Ride Your Pony" - are all anybody knows about Lee Dorsey's collaboration with Allen Toussaint.
1965 The New Lee Dorsey. 1 Working in a Coal Mine. 2 God Must Have Blessed America. 4 Keep on Doing It to Me. 5 Thank You. 6 Night People.
Lee Dorsey (December 24, 1924 – December 2, 1986) was an American rhythm & blues singer. His biggest hits were "Ya Ya" (1961) and "Working in the Coal Mine" (1966).
Lee Dorsey is New Orleans' spectacular hidden (by history) gem. I first discovered Lee Dorsey on his "The Best of Lee Dorsey" album in a budget-cassette bin in a department store music section, about thirty years ago. I soon realized as I listened repeatedly out of curiosity growing to passion, that I had acquired a precious gem. Now years later when cassettes have been replaced by digital music, I wanted the best greatest hits CD I could find on Lee Dorsey's awesome music.
|A||Say It Again - (Mono)||2:56|
|B||Say It Again - (Stereo)||2:56|
- Arranged By – Allen Toussaint
- Producer – Allen Toussaint
- Written-By – Allen Toussaint
NotesABC Records mono/stereo DJ promo
From the LP 'Night People'
|AB-12361||Lee Dorsey||Say It Again (7", Single)||ABC Records||AB-12361||US||1978|