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A little bit of music history in the college football arena. This morning, I saw this story in the AJC. I did not know about James Brown and the original record. I grew up with Georgia Tech in my head, and all I can say are the first words I learned about UGA:
. . . . . . "To H e l l with Georgia" . . . . . .The incredible quest to make ‘Kirby’s Junkyard Dawgs’
“Kirby’s Junkyard Dawgs” is now available for download for a nominal fee on iTunes or for free on kirbysjunkyarddawgs.net. It’s hot off the presses, as they say.
Georgia fans certainly will recognize the chorus. The melody of “Kirby’s Junkyard Dawgs” remains very much the same as the song that has been known as “Dooley’s Junkyard Dogs” for 47 years. It was recorded by the late, great James Brown in 1975 and has been played at Georgia tailgates ever since.Dooley’s junkyard dogs; Dooley’s junkyard dogs. They’ll hit ya, they’ll knock ya, they’ll haul right off and sock ya.
James Brown was a huge Georgia Bulldogs fan. Not only did Brown agree to do it, he said he’d pay for all the studio and distribution costs and include it on his next album.
Weeks later, “Dooley’s Junkyard Dogs” was born in 1975. Brown would perform the tune live before Georgia fans twice, once Oct. 22, 1977, during halftime of the Kentucky game at Sanford Stadium – with Prince Charles in attendance – and again two weeks later in Jacksonville, Fla., when the Bulldogs played Florida.
. . . . . . "To H e l l with Georgia" . . . . . .
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