In the 1960's, influential New Orleans jazz pianist Allen Toussaint wrote and produced hit songs for Art & Aaron Neville, Irma Thomas, Lee Dorsey and others. In 1965, R&B and pop star Lee Dorsey had a hits with Toussaint's Ride Your Pony, and the follow-up single Get Out Of My Life Woman. In the 1970's Toussaint wrote and produced for The Meters, Dr. John, B.J. Thomas, Robert Palmer and many many more. In 1974, Toussaint produced - and performed on - LaBelle's Nightbirds album, which spawned the provocative worldwide sensation Lady Marmalade. In 1974, Toussant also recorded Rock Show with Paul McCartney & The Wings for their Venus and Mars album.
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