Frankie Smith - Double Dutch Bus mp3 album
Double Dutch Bus" is a 1981 funk song by Frankie Smith, made famous for its extensive use of the "izz" infix form of slang. The song title represents a combination of two institutions in Smith's Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, neighborhood: the double Dutch game of jump rope played by neighborhood kids, and the SEPTA bus system that was a backbone of the local transportation network (and for which Smith had unsuccessfully applied for a bus driving position; the Transpass referred to in the song is an actual SEPTA.
Double Dutch Bus" is a hit 1981 funk song by Frankie Smith, made famous for its extensive use of the "izz" infix form of slang.
Album · 1981 · 13 Songs. Triple Dutch (Instrumental). 10. Double Dutch Bus (Original 12" Mix).
With his 1981 single "Double Dutch Bus" released by WMOT Records, Smith popularized a nonsensical form of slang, in which "iz" is placed in the middle of a word (place becomes plizace) or the last letters of a word are replaced with "-izzle" (sure becomes shizzle). Frankie Smith is a funk musician and R&B/soul songwriter. He was a writer for funk and soul artists such as the O'Jays and The Spinners.
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Titled after his dancefloor hit of several years earlier, the Frankie Smith album, Double Dutch Bus features three newly recorded versions of the title track, plus nine new songs that attempt to broaden Smith's musical horizons a bit beyond the danceable pop-rap with which he made his name. Some of those experiments work and some don't, but there's no doubt that Smith's original style is what he ultimately does best, which makes Double Dutch Bus a fitfully entertaining party record.
Children of Tomorrow, 04:06. Teeny Bopper Lady, 03:56. Double Dutch Bus, 04:20. Double Dutch Bus, 08:26.