Wee Willie Harris (born Charles William Harris, 25 March 1933, Bermondsey, London) is an English rock and roll singer Contents. He resurfaced in the late 1970s as a nostalgia act, after Ian Dury mentioned him in the song "Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3". Harris later recorded an album dedicated to Dury, Twenty Reasons To Be Cheerful (2000), and his early recordings were released on CD in 1999. In 1991, he briefly featured in the video for Hale & Pace's "The. Stonk" contribution to Comic Relief and, in 2003, he released the album Rag Moppin', backed by the Alabama Slammers. Someone's in the Kitchen With Diana", "Walk With Peter And Paul" (Parlophone, 1966). Together", "Rock 'n' Roll Jamboree" (Decca, 1974).
Paul Harris - Guitar 1. Georgie Camp - Someone's In The Kitchen (With Dinah), Jimmie Told A Lie. Paul van Dyk, Peter Heppner - Wir Sind Wir. Peter, Paul & Mary - Reunion. Peter, Paul And Mary - Sometime Lovin', The Other Side Of This Life. Peter, Paul And Mary - Peter, Paul And Mary. Peter Paul And Mary - The Very Best Of Peter Paul And Mary. Harris - Another Day Gone Away, Walk To Your Grave. Wee Willie Harris - Wild One. Feedback.
Kitchen Joy - Kitchen Joy. Peter, Paul & Mary - Peter, Paul And Mary Vol. 1. Paul Anka - Remember Diana. Paul Ramous - Fence Walk, Fifteen Miles From Provo. Peter, Paul And Mary - The Best Of Peter, Paul And Mary: (Ten) Years Togeth. Paul Anka - Walk A Fine Line. Burning Kitchen - Confirmation. Peter Paul, Tom Bow - Destroy. Peter, Paul & Mary - Weave Me The Sunshine. Paul Little - I Want To Walk With You. Peter Paul - I'm Bustin Out. Peter, Paul & Mary - The Best Of Peter, Paul & Mary.
Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Someone's in the Kitchen With Dinah Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Watch the song video. Someone's in the Kitchen With Dinah. more tracks from the album. The MacGregor Years, 1941-1945.
The BBC artist page for Wee Willie Harris. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Wee Willie Harris interviews. Wee Willie Harris Tracks. Sort by. Last Played on BBC. Most Played on BBC. Love bug crawl. 25/img/track fallback. Someone's In the Kitchen. Add. Last played on. Sounds Of The 60s with Tony Blackburn.
Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Someone's in the kitchen I know Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Strummin' on the old banjo! Singin' fee, fie, fiddly-i-o Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o-o-o-o Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o Strummin' on the old banjo. You can still pick out the two songs by the change of melody and subject matter. Dinah won't you blow your horn" - Dinah is a generic name for the black slave working in the kitchen; blowing the horn means to ring the dinner bell, calling the workers in from the field. Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o" is simply the use of alliteration, much like "Fee, Fie, Foe, Fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman.
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|R 5504||Wee Willie Harris||Someone's In The Kitchen With Dinah / Walk With Peter And Paul (7")||Parlophone||R 5504||UK||1966|
|O 23 387||Wee Willie Harris||Someone´s In The Kitchen With Diana / Walk With Peter And Paul (7", Single)||Odeon||O 23 387||Germany||Unknown|