Before he made his name as a comedian, Richard Pryor was part of the early 60s New York folk scene, opening for the likes of Bob Dylan and Nina Simone as a clean-shaven blues singer.
And a pretty decent one too, as evidenced by this archive clip recently uploaded by Eric Cowan.
The 1954 Willie Dixon Chicago blues classic performed by the legendary Howlin’ Wolf, animated in ‘black scratch-board’ style by Royale.
Because you can never have enough singing dogs. Never.
If you enjoyed Ice Cream the other day, you’ll go nuts for Duel: beautiful simplicity from the animation maestros at Bird Box Studios.
And if that shot you in the comedy ass, here’s the equally excellent short gag, Blues. Enjoy. Marvel. Share.