Cab Calloway sings Minnie The Moocher Cab Calloway's signature tune performed ca. 1953
Cab Calloway - Minnie the Moocher A Different version of Minnie the Moocher, I had it uploaded before, but I erased it because I didn't think anyone liked it. but I'm given it another chance.
American Idol - Tamyra Gray - Minnie The Moocher Tamyra Gray - Minnie The Moocher - Big Band night - man, I love her
The Blues Brothers - Minnie the moocher- Karaoke The Blues Brothers-Minnie the moocher- Karaoke Visit for more Sing-Alongs & Karaoke Videos
Minnie The Moocher - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy "Minnie The Moocher" by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Cab Calloway Minnie The Moocher 1942
Paul Carpenter - Minnie The Moocher (Radio Edit) LOW QUALITY AUDIO (96 Kbps) RELEASE DATE: JULY 7, 2010 REVIEW: On the wave of the worldwide success of Gramophonedzie and Yolanda Be Cool, the record label Spectra Records through its famous DJ / Producer Paul Carpenter is proposing for summer 2010 a cover with modern arrangement of an "evergreen" made in USA originally dated 1931 which can still light up our personal emotions !!! Good job Paul !!! BUY ON: www.record66.com
MINNIE THE MOOCHER IF ANYONE HAS THE WEB SOUP VIDEO WITH ME IN IT COULD YOU FORWARD IT TO ME.
Band From TV - Minnie The Moocher Okay so I made a Band From TV picture slide show to my favorite song of theirs, Minnie the Moocher (an original Cab Calloway song). I never used any picture twice but I couldn't find a whole lot of pictures of their band so I used a few pictures of just some people in the band by themselves (like Hugh Laurie, Greg Grunberg, and Bonnie Somerville)... I was pretty pleased with how this came out. I usually don't like doing picture slide shows but I do have 1 video clip in here so that helped me like it more! Well just please watch and rate and comment and yeah! AND YES PEOPLE, it is Hugh Singing at the beginning! ~Hamsterluver13 Band Members: Greg Grunberg- Drums Bob Guiney-Vocals Bonnie Somerville-Vocals James Denton-Guitar Hugh Laurie-Keyboard and Vocals Bryan McCann-Sax Larry Thomas-Guitar Barry Sarna -Keyboards Brad Savage-Bass, Vocals Chris Kelley-Guitar Rich Winer
CHICAGO BLUES BROTHERS - Minnie The Moocher The Chicago Blues Brothers appearing at The Theatre Royal, Windsor on 2nd September 2007. Starring Pete Tobit (Jake), Mike Hyde (Elwood), John 'Squirrel' Sorrell (Bass), Leigh Heggarty (Guitar), Tracy Graham (Vocals), Dave Land (Trumpet), Richard Pardy (Sax), Ian Gibbons (Keys) and John Skelton (Drums). For more information, visit:
HUGH LAURIE Singing "Minnie The Moocher" for House Soundtrack HUGH LAURIE Singing Minnie The Moocher for House Soundtrack...Great voice....This is from Hugh's band Band from TV
Squeezit the Moocher
Ukulele Ike - Minnie My Mountain Moocher Cliff Edwards goes way out west... but that doesn't stop him from swinging his own special way.
Betty Boop Minnie the Moocher ancient banned video of Betty Boop featuring the Cab Calloway song Minnie the Moocher
Wimpy The Moocher from Popeye the Sailor Man collections by 0vignesh0
Minnie the Moocher by Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie in "Jeeves and Wooster". I DO NOT OWN "Jeeves and Wooster"! ;(
Blues Brothers - Minnie The Moocher Hey folks heres the story bout minnie the moocher She was a lowdown hoocie coocher She was the roughest toughest frail But minnie had a heart as big as a whale Hidehidehidehi (hidehidehidehi) Hodehodehodeho (hodehodehodeho) Hedehedehedehe (hedehedehedehe) Hidehidehideho (hidehidehideho)...
Fa Sho- Minnie the Moocher Fa Sho was discovered by a member of the group Crucial Conflict. They released this one single in 1998 and faded into obscurity. Check out Lisa Raye playing "Minnie the Moocher" in the video.
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher Cab Calloway - "Minnie The Moocher"
Cab Calloway - Minnie the Moocher Title: Minnie the Moocher Musical genius: Cab Calloway Album: King of Hi-De-Ho 1934-1947
Minnie the Moocher - song only Edit of Fleischer Brothers' 1932 cartoon "Minnie the Moocher" with middle cut out, leaving only the song. Copyright has expired on the original cartoon. I also zoomed in on the live action beginning which is usually seen with thick black borders, and fixed the audio. I downloaded the original here:
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy cover Minnie the Moocher Cab Callaway Lilac Festival 5/13/09
A Night In The Box: Live Cab Calloway cover of Minnie the Moocher: Deep Blues Festival III A Night in the Box | Minneapolis, MN | "Minnie the Moocher" is a jazz song first recorded in 1931 by Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, selling over 1 million copies. "Minnie the Moocher" is most famous for its nonsensical ad libbed ("scat") lyrics (for example, "Hi De Hi De Hi De Hi"). In performances, Calloway would have the audience participate by repeating each scat phrase in a form of call and response, eventually Calloway's phrases would become so long and complex that the audience would laugh at their own failed attempts to repeat them. "Minnie the Moocher" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
Starr Busby singing "Black is a Moocher" Northwestern University Musical Theatre student Starr Busby singing "Black is a Moocher" from LaChiusa's The Wild Party for Lyrics that Last
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher
Minnie the Moocher Intro From Hugh Laurie Thank you for watching my vid! I'm a BIG fan of Hugh Lauire from China, and I love piano (I only got a poor keyboard long years ago:( ). If you like my vid and want the sheet, just personal message your email address to me, I'll send you asap. again, thank you for watching! Jane Leo
"Minnie the Moocher" - The Cherokees (1967) The Cherokees were an adaptable '60s Melbourne band whose career went from Shadows-style instrumentals to comic jugband revivals. This song was a national hit in 1967. The lead singer is slyly appealing...
Minnie the Moocher, Hugh Laurie, OST Jeeves and Wooster Hugh Laurie sings again Minnie the Moocher...I like it!! :D never heard it before..but I love it now^^
Minnie The Moocher - Danny Kaye
Minnie the Moocher by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Big Bad Voodoo Daddy performing Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher" at the Hollywood Bowl.
ODB - dirty the moocher YOoooo
Cab Calloway - "Minnie The Moocher" - ORIGINAL "VIDEO" UPDATE! I have now been steered to a COMPLETE version of this classic. It's a bit fuzzy and the ratio is wrong - but if you download it and show it in 16:9 it should be right. In the public interest, I am giving my "rival" a free plug! You can find it on - Enjoy!
Kaleidoscope - Minnie The Moocher (lol) Kaleidoscope (originally The Kaleidoscope) was an American psychedelic folk and ethnic band who recorded 4 albums and several singles for Epic Records between 1966 and 1970. . The group was formed in 1966. The original members were: David Lindley (b. March 21, 1944, Los Angeles, California) Solomon Feldthouse (b. January 20, 1940, Pingree, Idaho) Chris Darrow (b. July 30, 1944, Sioux Falls, South Dakota) Chester Crill (aka Max Budda, Max Buda, Fenrus Epp, Templeton Parcely) (b. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) John Vidican (b. Los Angeles, California) Lindley was an experienced performer on a variety of stringed instruments, notably the banjo, winning the Topanga Canyon Banjo Contest several years in a row. While studying at La Salle High School in Pasadena, he formed his first group, the Mad Mountain Ramblers, who performed around the Los Angeles folk clubs. There, he met Darrow, who was a member of a rival group, the Re-Organized Dry City Players. Soon afterwards, around 1964, the pair formed a new group, the Dry City Scat Band, which also included fiddle player Richard Greene (later of Seatrain), but Darrow soon left to set up a new rock group, The Floggs. Lindley also began forming his own electric group. In the course of this he met Feldthouse, who had been raised in Turkey and, on returning to the US, had performed flamenco music and as an accompanist to belly dancing groups. Lindley and Feldthouse then began performing as a duo, David and Solomon, when they met ...
Kirby: Right Back at Ya! - The Meal Moocher The cooks at Castle Dedede are in big trouble after the king throws another one of his food fits. He's tired of the second-rate grub that he has to eat everyday, he wants something new and tasty. He wonders what the Cappies eat when they're at home; maybe the king just needs some good old-fashioned home cooking. But even King Dedede knows he can't barge in to peoples' house and eat their food, so he takes advantage of Channel DDD. On his new show "Millions for a Meal", he visits a randomly-selected citizen's house to try out the food that they prepare for him. If it's good enough, the king will hand out millions of dollars in prize money! Has he forgotten about all of the dough he owes to NightMare Enterprises? I do not own Kirby or this show. All copyrights to 4kids, HAL Labs, and Nintendo. If you want to watch more Kirby episodes, please see the link below. a-kirby-
Minnie the Moocher: the Harlem Renaissance A quick glimpse at the Harlem Renaissance set to Cab Calloway's Minnie the Moocher
Walsall FC - Minnie the Moocher Walsall FC fans at Hereford in November 2006 singing along to Minnie the Moocher
Oingo Boingo's Minnie the Moocher Cab Calloway's jazz hit "Minnie the Moocher" was used as the soundtrack for an extremely surreal Betty Boop cartoon in 1932. The cartoon and song became an inspiration for the young Danny Elfman. He performed it on stage with the Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo (later just Oingo Boingo), rewrote the lyrics as "Squeezit the Moocher" for his role as Satan in "The Forbidden Zone", and it was clearly a strong influence on Oogie Boogie's song in "The Nightmare Before Christmas". Here I've brought things full circle and resynched the original Minnie cartoon to Danny performing the song. Obviously there are some differences in speed and lyrics between the two versions, so the lip synch isn't exact.
Duke Ellington - Minnie The Moocher Duke Ellington became one of the most influential artists in the history of recorded music, and is largely recognized as one of the greatest figures in the history of jazz, though his music stretched into various other genres, including blues, gospel, movie soundtracks, popular, and classical. His career spanned five decades and comprised of leading his orchestra, an inexhaustible songbook, scoring for movies and world tours. Due to his inventive use of the orchestra, or big band, and in part to his refined public manner and extraordinary charisma, he is generally considered to have elevated the perception of jazz to an artistic level on par with that of classical music. His reputation increased after his death, and he received a special award citation from the Pulitzer Prize Board in 1999.
Minnie the Moocher (Cotton Club OST 1984)
Cab Calloway - Minnie the Moocher Minnie the Moocher
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher (1933) A parallel between Cab Calloway and two Max Fleischer cartoon: "Minnie The Moocher" ("Betty Boop") and "Snow White" ("Betty Boop"). Take a look at 0:26 and 1:00 Folks here's a story 'bout Minnie the Moocher; She was a red hot hoochie coocher. She was the roughest toughest frail; But Minnie had a heart as big as a whale. She messed around with a bloke named Smokey; She loved him though he was kokey. He took her down to Chinatown And showed her how to kick the gong around. She had a dream about the king of Sweden; He gave her things, that she was needin'. He gave her a home built of gold and steel, A diamond car, with the platinum wheels. He gave her his town house and his racing horses; Each meal she ate was a dozen courses. She had a million dollars in nickels and dimes; She sat around and counted it all, a million times. Poor Min! Poor Min! Poor Min 28-May-2009
Cab Calloway Singing Minnie The Moocher (Live 1988) You Only Get Old, If You Let Yourself Get Old. Cincinnati, Ohio August 1988 Riverbend Music Center. Eric Kunzel conducting The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.