And Your Little Dog, Two

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Monday Morning, Nellie McKay‘s ode to her animal friend, “The Dog Song.” I’ve posted this song before, done when she was a young pup, and this much more recent performance of the song is even better. It cheered me up in the space of a few minutes.

Thanks to YouTuber Music and More Blog

Murder In My Heart For The Judge: Nellie McKay

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Nellie McKay‘s version of the Moby Grape song. And dig the great Betty Boop cartoon to which she set it.

A week observing immigration court will have you singing this too.

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Whoa, Nellie!

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The wonderfully versatile singer, actor, and songwriter Nellie McKay spoke with us a while back, following her engagement at Birdland in New York City. You can listen to the interview as broadcast yesterday on the Arts Express radio program on WBAI 99.5FM NYC by clicking on the little triangle above.

Mrs. Brown: Nellie McKay

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Monday morning, Nellie McKay takes a page from Herman’s Hermits and visits Mrs. Brown. We went to see Nellie sing a few weeks ago in Manhattan and halfway through her set she stepped out from behind her piano, pulled out her ukulele, and sung this.

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Gold Dust At My Feet

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Monday morning, Nellie McKay and Friends heating things up on The Sunny Side Of The Street.

Nellie McKay – vocals; Dan Levinson – clarinet; Gordon Au – trumpet; Jim Fryer – trombone; Chris St. Hilaire – snare drum

Thanks to YouTuber Dennis Lichtman

Compared To What?

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Nellie and Company take a swing at the Eugene McDaniels classic made famous by Les McCann and Eddie Harris

piano & vocals – Nellie McKay; bass – Alexi David; guitar – Cary Park; drums – Kenneth Salters

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Nellie’s Updated Fixin’s

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Monday Morning, Mckay makes mischief.

The versatile Nellie McKay, performing on The Jimmy Dore Show, updates an old Country Joe and The Fish anti-war standard. (NSFW)

Thanks to YouTuber The Jimmy Dore Show

Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying

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A terrific version of the Gerry and the Pacemakers’ song by the multi-talented Nellie McKay. It’s so good it makes me want to keep playing it over and over.

Thanks to YouTuber eTown