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Ernie K. Doe – Mother-In-Law – The Year 1961 (480p)
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  1. blackprix says:

    Even in 1961… The words were not as important as the tune itself, this is huge back then

  2. Mike Mangan says:

    such a classic beach song with BENNY SPELLMAN on the opening and doing backing vocals 1961 HOT WAX!

  3. It is December 2021, I recall this song with great memories of my own MIL, whom I would tease mercilessly with it. Who knew that 60 years on I could still enjoy it?

  4. Still listening 2021 old 🏫 🎶

  5. Exactly sixty years ago today in 1961 {May 22th} "Mother-In-Law" by Ernie K-Doe peaked at #1 {for 1 week} on Billboard's Top 100 chart…

    One month later on June 27th, 1961, "Mother-In-Law" also reached #1 {for 10 weeks} on Billboard's Hot R&B Singles chart…

    In 1964 Ernie K-Doe released a record titled "My Mother-In-Law (Is In My Hair Again)", it didn't make the Top 100 but of course, it's available on YouTube…

    Between March of 1961 and February of 1962, the New Orleans native had five records on the Top 100 chart, with one reaching the Top 10, the above "Mother-In-Law"…

    Besides "Mother-In-Law", his four othe Top 100 records were "Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta" {#53 in 1961}, "I Cried My Last Tear" {#69 in 1961}, "A Certain Girl" {#71 in 1961}, and "Popeye Joe" {#99 in 1962}…

    Ernie K-Doe, born Ernest Kador Jr., passed away at the age of 68 on July 5th, 2001…

    May he R.I.P.

    And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the remainder of Billboard's Top 10 on May 22nd, 1961:

    At #2. "Runaway" by Del Shannon {the #1 record for the previous four weeks}

    #3. "Daddy's Home" by Shep and the Limelites

    #4. "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" by Gene McDaniels

    #5. "Travelin' Man" by Ricky Nelson

    #6. "Mama Said" by The Shirelles

    #7. "Running Scared" by Roy Orbison

    #8. "Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart" by Connie Francis

    #9. "Hello Mary Lou" by Ricky Nelson

    #10. "I've Told Every Little Star" by Linda Scott

  6. John Nocera says:

    JFK…. I will never forget him. For you young people, he was a real man, a real president, a gentleman and a real, honest to God, hero.

  7. What a beautiful country was USA then!!!

  8. John Nocera says:

    Love this song. He starts right out telling you what he is singing about. No guessing.

  9. As a comedy writer I have written and posted this song 100's of times and each time I get wonderful compliments. I mean when you've been around the block as many times as I have each mother in law drives you to drink and you just wish you could kill 'em all, ahahahahahahahahahaha don't hate me for being truthful, in reality loved them all, all 13 of them!!!

  10. I wish 2018 was like this

  11. Denise S. says:


  12. freeguy77 says:

    The video starts out with a bang, with my favorite TV couple of all time! Dick and Mary were easily the sexiest couple ever on '60s tv series! And ever since! They sizzled like no other tv couple ever have or will on network television again. The similarity to John and Jacqueline Kennedy was incredible, and the timing of their show (1961-66) overlapped the all-too-short time in the White House we enjoyed seeing them there.

  13. John Forbus says:

    Music has no color unless you're on LSD or a racist.

  14. unklewink says:

    What guys hit pause at 133? LOL

  15. His mother in law uses Ponds for her do ducks! She had a mud pack on and looked good for 2 days..then the mud fell off!

  16. Tom Clayton says:

    Really well done. Excellent. Great photos. Great history..

  17. Wayne Wright says:

    Only One Car from 1961? Hell… You Could have done Better! I liked the Clip Remembering the Year I was born in 61. along with the Song that came out that Year.

  18. Jc Pallet says:

    WOW. I still think about my mother in law Dam I miss her. I always tell all my friends about her ..

  19. msbony2u says:

    Benny Spellman, who made, "Lipstick Traces," is who is saying, "Mother-In-Law."

  20. great video..a synopsis of all the important things happening at that time..THANKS

  21. mr. warmth says:

    i had a very sweet mother in law

  22. I love lucy mother In law…..Hello Mickey ! Everybody loves Raymond…Debra and her lemon chicken. you must be hungry……every generation has one. RIP Doris Roberts 90

  23. This was my favorite song when I was a kid!! This and Happy Organ!

  24. Reprise par Richard Anthony"belle-maman(45t ESRF 1327)

  25. Stevie Debe says:

    RIP Allen Toussaint. The God needed you more than we did.

  26. Per:
    influential New Orleans composer, producer, arranger, and artist Allen Toussaint died Monday {November 9th, 2015} while on tour in Spain, he was 77…
    Allen wrote such classics as "Mother-In-Law" {#1 in 1961, he also produced the recording, "Southern Nights" {#1 in 1977 as recorded by Glen Campbell}, "Working in the Coal Mine" {#8 in 1966 by Lee Dorsey}, "Java" {#4 in 1964 by Al Hirt}, and "Whipped Cream" {#68 in 1965 by Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass but better known from its use on TV's "The Dating Game"}…
    He produced artists like B.J. Thomas, Dr. John, The Meters, and even "Lady Marmalade" from Labelle {#1 in 1975}…
    He working with Paul McCartney on Wings' "Venus and Mars" album in 1975…
    Allen was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Blues Hall of Fame in 2011, the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2009, and the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame in 1998…
    May he R.I.P.

  27. coyotesong says:

    Great photos!!!! Super fun!! Is that a 61 Shaker in the final pic?

  28. Joe F says:

    Ernie K Doe was a good man and a good friend.

  29. There was nothing like America in the sixties!!!!!

  30. DENNY R MAN says:


  31. Rowdy Ryder says:

    I really miss my mother-in law. Gotta get the sight on my rifle fixed.

  32. pandariter says:

    Lol!!!! Anyone else here because of Adam Carolla Show? Luckily, mine is an angel.

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