Monkeying with libraries
This tune has been featured in hundreds of programs and TV ads here in France.His late sixties / early seventies work is also worth listening. Especially if you like the kazoo.
In "Clerambard (les demoiselles de provine)" from 1969, the kazoo plays a staccato melody, with legato slurs at the end of the phrases (just a note for mock-up). More kazoos become active during the song, sometimes a diatonic third above the melody, sometimes contrapuntal lines.
This melody will stay with you for a very long time. Listener beware!
Freely moving fat electric bass, not so tight Hammond stabs and a loose drummer accompany this infectious melody.
Some beautiful brass enters the field after 45 seconds. From then, an intricate rhythmic melodic texture, with call & response elements appears. The song finishes off with an abrupt perfect cadence, a rising fourth.
(no need for Neo-Riemannian theory to comprehend it)
You will be left with a smile on your face. 1:48 pure enjoyment!
It indeed stays very long in your brain