When recording the soundtrack for the movie, Cab Calloway was needed to record his hit “Minnie the Moocher” in better quality than his original album. When he came into the studios he was prepared to do his new disco version that was just released. Of course, the film makers wanted nothing to do with this and asked for the original version, which Calloway reluctantly gave them.
The Blues Brothers (1980)

When recording the soundtrack for the movie, Cab Calloway was needed to record his hit “Minnie the Moocher” in better quality than his original album. When he came into the studios he was prepared to do his new disco version that was just released. Of course, the film makers wanted nothing to do with this and asked for the original version, which Calloway reluctantly gave them.

The Blues Brothers (1980)

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