1970 novelty record by Ray Stevens about a two-foot tall 'Queen of the Blues' go-go tap dancer. All the voices on the record - presenter, Bridget and overzealous fan - are Stevens, and Bridget's high-pitched voice is the result of recording the vocal at half-speed, to get an effect similar to Pinky and Perky or The Chipmunks. There are several novelty aspect to the record, from the central concept of a helium-voiced singer to the interjecting audience member and the go-go tap dance segment. The single was more popular in the UK, where it reached #2 in the charts, than the US, but it can now be found on several Stevens collections.

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