Doe, Ernie K. - Here Come The Girls: A History 1960 – 1970 : 2 x CDs (due to weight, this price for the USA only. Outside of the USA, the price will be adjusted as needed) (Mega Blowout Sale)

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“Ernie K-Doe scored one of the biggest hits (possibly the biggest) in the history of New Orleans R&B with "Mother-in-Law," a humorous lament that struck a chord with listeners of all stripes on its way to the top of both the pop and R&B charts in 1961. The song proved to be K-Doe's only major success, despite several more minor hits that were equally infectious, yet he remained one of New Orleans' most inimitable personalities.
“Mother-in-Law,” was written and produced by Allen Toussaint, but K-Doe's brand of good-natured New Orleans R&B (and his fruitful musical relationship with Toussaint) runs deeper than just his signature song, as this two-disc, 49-track set shows. Collecting Toussaint-produced sides that K-Doe recorded for the Minit, Instant, and Janus imprints between 1960 and 1970, including “Here Come the Girls,” which has resurfaced in the 21st century as the soundtrack to a series of Boots television commercials, this compilation packages a ton of joy, warmth, and fun into the perfect introduction to a wonderful singer and performer.” – AllMusic
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