Written By – G. Barge & M. McAlister. B. Sock It To 'Em Judge. Written By – M. Dollison & D. Markham.
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Here Comes the Judge" is a song and single by American soul and comedy singer Pigmeat Markham first released in 1968 on the Chess label. The record entered the UK charts in July 1968, spending eight weeks on the charts and reaching 19 as its highest position. The song originated with his signature comedy routine "heyeah (here) come da judge", which made a mockery of formal courtroom etiquette. Due to its rhythmic use of boastful dialogue, it is considered a precursor to the hip hop genre.
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. This album was released on the label Chess (catalog number LPS-1534 DJ) Chess (catalog number LPS-1534). This album was released in 1969 year.
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Pigmeat Markham was far better known as a comedian than a musician, but in the 1960s he cut a series of novelty records in which he delivered his rhythmic, rhyming routines over frantic backdrops of bluesy funk that not only anticipated hip-hop by at least a decade, but landed him on the pop chart. .Markham cut a handful of follow-ups, including "Sock It to 'Em, Judge," "The Hip Judge," and "Your Wires Have Been Tapped," but none enjoyed the same success as "Here Come the Judge," and in time Markham returned to standup comedy, though the success of his records certainly raised his profile (and asking price) in mainstream venues.
The Hip Judge - Pigmeat Markham (The Hip Judge, Sock It To ‘Em Judge, 1968). Dressed in rags, drunk, and with a ladder as his only prop, Fletcher would repeatedly plunk the ladder down stage center, try to climb it to knock on an imaginary door, then crash sprawling on the floor after a few steps while shouting, half-singing Open the Door, Richard. After this, he would mutter a comic monologue, then try the ladder again and repeat the process, while the audience was imagining what Richard was so occupied doing.
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|A||Sock It To 'Em Judge
Written-By – M. Dollison*, D. Markham*
|B||The Hip Judge
Written-By – G. Barge*, M. McAlister*
- Published By – Arc Music
- Published By – Chevis Music
- Producer – G. Barge*, R. Bass*
NotesA side published by Arc Music. B side published by Chevis Music.
"DJ COPY" printed on labels. "Plug Side" printed on A side label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 17348
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A [Etched]): TM-3019 [MW joined together] #17348 Δπ
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 17349
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B [Etched]): TM-3020 [MW joined together] #17349 Δπ
- Rights Society: BMI
|CRS 8085||Pigmeat Markham||Sock It To 'Em Judge (7")||Chess||CRS 8085||UK||1968|
|CS-2059||Pigmeat Markham||Sock It To 'Em Judge /The Hip Judge (7")||Chess||CS-2059||Canada||1968|
|169537||Pigmeat Markham||Sock It To 'Em Judge (7", Single)||Chess||169537||France||1968|
|CRS 8085||Pigmeat Markham||Sock It To 'Em Judge / Hip Judge (7", Single, Promo)||Chess||CRS 8085||UK||1968|
|2059||Pigmeat Markham||The Hip Judge / Sock It To 'Em Judge (7")||Chess||2059||US||1968|