6 Cylinder - Aint Nobody Here But Us Chickens


Download 6 Cylinder - Aint Nobody Here But Us Chickens

Former Nocturnals garage band member, Carl Erickson, played saxophone, Another Pearl - Various - Rockin Beats and guitar. It spent four weeks at 1 in January But on the Billboard Race Record chart the song topped the charts for seventeen weeks.

A single release soon followed. Kramer was born in in Montreal. At age 17 he was hired as a pianist in a silent movie theater in Montreal.

He also worked as an accompanist in nightclubs and in vaudeville. One of his other musical activities was coaching vocalists in singing techniques. She later became his wife and songwriting partner. It peaked at 2 on the Billboard pop chart. It was also a 3 hit for Margaret Whiting and a 6 hit for Perry Como.

Joan Whitney was born in with the given name of Zoe Parenteau. At the time she took the stage name Joan Whitney. Alex Kramer died in February at the age of He was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters 6 Cylinder - Aint Nobody Here But Us Chickens of Fame in Farmer Brown hears a noise from the henhouse in the night as he is locking up the barnyard.

But his kicking up the dust in the barnyard, stomping around, shaking the ground and hobbling around is making it impossible. The chickens remind the farmer that in the morning they have ground to dig, worms to scratch, eggs to lay and chicks to hatch.

They also ask the farmer to put his gun away. Berry died of lung cancer in Erickson has continued to perform in concert into the s. For more song reviews visit the Countdown. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Sign Up For Our Newsletter. Email Address.


On Through The Night - Tokyo Blade - Tokyo Blade, Red Rat - Rumours, Siamese - Urusei Yatsura - We Are Urusei Yatsura, Lets Get It (Todd Terry Dub) - TKA Featuring Cynthia - Lets Get It (Todd Terry Mixes) (File), Sorgens Kammer - Dimmu Borgir - Stormblåst


Maujin says:
" Ain't Nobody Here but Us Chickens " is a jump blues song, written by Alex Kramer and Joan Whitney. Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five recorded the song on June 26, and Decca Records released it on a 78 rpm record. The single debuted on Billboard magazine's Rhythm and Blues Records Chart on December 14, B-side: "Let the Good Times Roll".

Leave a Reply

Older posts →