This is Eddie K, your host and photographer here at Eddie's Railfan Page.
I thought that it would be nice to toss in a good laugh right about now on today's posting.
One of my all time favorite musical comedian entertainers, has always been Ray Stevens.
I believe that he got started with this all during the 1960's, and has had me laughing ever
since I was a kid! Believe it or not...He is still at it today! Wow!
This particular song is from a vinyl album of his I just may still have yet. (Got to look for it.)
This song was from his "Boogity Boogity" album from 1974, which featured the overplayed
hit single "The Streak". The song "Bridget the midget the queen of the blues", is actually a
spoof on Tina Turner, as she used to say "Yo-ooo-ooo-ooh" like Bridget when she was doing
live concert performances with Ike Turner back in the day.
It's a funny song, as the whole thing sounds like the "Chipettes" from the Alvin and the Chipmunks
cartoons. The Chipettes however, did not make their debut until the mid 1980's at least.
Here is Bridget the midget, the queen of the blues from Ray Stevens.