Lady Marmalade

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"Lady Marmalade"
Labelle-ladymarmalade.jpg
Single by Labelle
from the album Nightbirds
B-side
  • "Space Children" (U.S.)
  • "It Took a Long Time" (Europe)
Released
  • November 5, 1974 (U.S.)
  • November 22, 1974 (UK)
Format7-inch single
Recorded1974
StudioSea Saint Studios, New Orleans
Genre
Length3:56
LabelEpic
50048
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Labelle singles chronology
"Going on a Holiday"
(1973)
"Lady Marmalade"
(1974)
"What Can I Do for You"
(1974)

"Lady Marmalade" is a song written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan. The song is famous for its sexually suggestive chorus of "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi (ce soir)?", which translates into English as "Do you want to sleep with me (tonight)?". The song first became a popular hit when it was recorded in 1974 by the American girl group Labelle. Labelle held the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week, and also topped the Canadian RPM national singles chart.

The song has had many cover versions over the years. In 1998, girl group All Saints released a cover of the song that peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart. The 2001 version by singers Christina Aguilera, Mýa, Pink and rapper Lil' Kim, recorded for the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack, was a number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 for 5 weeks, and also a number-one hit in the UK. "Lady Marmalade" was the ninth song to reach number one by two different musical acts in America.[3]

Origin[edit]

The song was written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan, and was inspired by Crewe's experiences in New Orleans and the sex workers in the area. A sex worker named Lady Marmalade shows up to a man named Joe, flirts with him and takes him home. Joe drinks wine and he screams French words while she is in the Boudoir. A demo of the song was first recorded by The Eleventh Hour, a disco group made up of studio musicians fronted by Nolan on vocals.[4] It was released in 1974 as a track on the Eleventh Hour's Greatest Hits LP which did not chart.[5][6] Crewe showed the song to Allen Toussaint in New Orleans, and Toussaint then decided to record the song with Labelle.[7]

Labelle version[edit]

Background and release[edit]

Labelle's version of "Lady Marmalade" was produced by Allen Toussaint and Vicki Wickham. It was released in November 1974 from Nightbirds, their first album after signing with Epic Records.[8] Patti LaBelle sang lead vocals on "Lady Marmalade" with backing vocals being contributed by bandmates Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash. The song is best known for the French lyric "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?" (English: "Would you like to sleep with me tonight?") in the refrain.[9] "Lady Marmalade" is a song about a prostitute, although Patti LaBelle, the lead female vocal of the band, was completely oblivious to its overall message, saying: "I didn't know what it was about. I don't know French and nobody, I swear this is God's truth, nobody at all told me what I'd just sung a song about."[10]

Reception[edit]

Steve Huey from AllMusic selected the song as one of the best tracks on Labelle's 1995 compilation Lady Marmalade: The Best of Patti and Labelle.[11] Critic Robert Christgau described it as "great synthetic French-quarter raunch."[12]

"Lady Marmalade" is billed as the song that made Labelle one of the "hottest girl groups" of the 1970s.[13] It was a number-one hit for one week on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the United States during the early spring of 1975, and charted at number one for one week on the Billboard Top Soul Singles chart.[14] Along with the track, "What Can I Do for You?", "Lady Marmalade" peaked at number seven on the disco/dance charts.[15] The single was also a major hit in the United Kingdom, where it charted at number seventeen . "Lady Marmalade" replaced another Crewe/Nolan composition, Frankie Valli's "My Eyes Adored You", as the Billboard Hot 100 number-one single. This feat made Crewe and Nolan the third songwriting team in Billboard history (after Lennon–McCartney and Holland–Dozier–Holland) to replace themselves at number-one.[3] Billboard ranked it as the No. 22 song for 1975.[16] Labelle performed "Lady Marmalade" on Soul Train on December 7, 1974.[17]

"Lady Marmalade" debuted at number 92 on the Canadian RPM singles chart on February 1, 1975.[18] It subsequently peaked atop the chart on March 29, 1975, after five weeks on the chart.[19] Labelle's version of "Lady Marmalade" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003.[20] and was ranked number 479 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The Labelle version also appears in several films, including The Long Kiss Goodnight, Dick, and Jacob's Ladder. It was used in the video game Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 as a version performed with Patti LaBelle.

Billboard named the song #16 on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.[21]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Formats and tracklistings[edit]

US 7" single

  1. "Lady Marmalade" – 3:14
  2. "Space Children" – 3:04

Europe 7" single

  1. "Lady Marmalade" – 3:14
  2. "It Took a Long Time" – 4:04

Charts and certifications[edit]

Sabrina Salerno version[edit]

"Voulez-Vous Coucher avec Moi? (Lady Marmalade)"
Sabrina-lady-marmalade.jpg
Single by Sabrina
from the album Sabrina
B-side"Megamix"
Released1987
Format
Recorded1987
Length3:56
LabelBaby Records
Songwriter(s)
Sabrina singles chronology
"Sexy Girl"
(1986)
"Voulez-Vous Coucher avec Moi? (Lady Marmalade)"
(1987)
"Boys (Summertime Love)"
(1987)

Background and release[edit]

"Lady Marmalade" was covered by Italian pop star Sabrina on her eponymous album. It was released in 1987 as the album's second single by Baby Records. In some countries, including France and the Netherlands, the song was known as "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi? (Lady Marmalade)" and was released in 1988. Author James Arena named the cover among Sabrina's "relentlessly catchy" singles.[34]

Formats and tracklistings[edit]

7" maxi[35]

  1. "Lady Marmalade" – 3:55
  2. "Boys, Hot Girl, Sexy Girl" (7" megamix) – 4:10

12" maxi[36]

  1. "Lady Marmalade" (12" remix) – 5:57
  2. "Boys, Hot Girl, Sexy Girl" (12" megamix) – 6:04

CD maxi[37]

  1. "Lady Marmalade" (12" remix) – 6:08
  2. "Boys, Hot Girl, Sexy Girl" (megamix) – 6:04
  3. "Lady Marmalade" – 3:55
  • Remixed by Peter Vriends, produced by Claudio Cecchetto

Chart performance[edit]

The song charted at number 36 on the Belgian Flanders Singles Chart, number 40 on the Dutch Single Top 100, and number 41 on the French Singles Chart.[38]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits for Sabrina's version are adapted from CD liner notes:[39]

  • Written by Bob Crewe and Kelly Nolan
  • Design – Bart Falkmann
  • Producer – C. Cecchetto
  • Remix – Peter Vriends

All Saints version[edit]

"Lady Marmalade"
AllSaints-LadyMarmalade.jpg
Single by All Saints
from the album All Saints
B-side
  • "No More Lies"
  • "Get Bizzy"
ReleasedJanuary 27, 1998
FormatCD single
Recorded1997
StudioMetropolis Studios
Genre
Length4:04
LabelLondon
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
All Saints singles chronology
"Never Ever"
(1997)
"Under the Bridge" / "Lady Marmalade"
(1998)
"Bootie Call"
(1998)
Audio sample

Background and release[edit]

In 1998, English-Canadian girl group All Saints recorded a cover version of "Lady Marmalade" as part of the double A-sided single "Under the Bridge" / "Lady Marmalade". In Europe, only the "Lady Marmalade" single was released. The All Saints version contains different lyrics for its verses; the only lyrics retained from the original composition are the chorus. A version remixed by Timbaland appeared on the Dr. Dolittle soundtrack.

Reception[edit]

"Lady Marmalade" was the third single taken from their self-titled debut studio album; it contained the "Marmalade" cover and a cover version of "Under the Bridge" by Red Hot Chili Peppers. The single reached number one on the official UK Top 40 chart, becoming the group's second number-one hit. A total of 424,799 singles have been sold in the UK, with proceeds from the single going to breast cancer charities.

Music video[edit]

The video shows the band members and other people having a dance party on one of the floors of a skyscraper in New York city, at night. British actress Kathryn Allerston appears in the music video.[citation needed]

Formats and tracklistings[edit]

All Saints CD maxi single

  1. "Lady Marmalade" ('98 mix) – 4:02
  2. "Lady Marmalade" (Mark's Miami Madness mix) – 7:55
  3. "Lady Marmalade" (Sharp South Park vocal remix) – 8:09
  4. "Lady Marmalade" (Henry & Hayne's La Jam mix) – 6:47

All Saints CD 1

  1. "Under the Bridge" – 5:03
  2. "Lady Marmalade" – 4:04
  3. "No More Lies" – 4:08
  4. "Lady Marmalade" (Henry & Haynes La Jam mix) – 9:23
  5. "Under the Bridge" (promo video) – 5:00

All Saints CD 2

  1. "Lady Marmalade" (Mark!'s Miami Madness mix) – 7:56
  2. "Lady Marmalade" (Sharp South Park vocal remix) – 8:10
  3. "Under the Bridge" (Ignorance remix featuring Jean Paul e.s.q) – 4:55
  4. "Get Bizzy" – 3:45

Charts[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
France (SNEP)[40] 28
Germany (Official German Charts)[41] 87
Iceland (Íslenski Listinn Topp 40)[42] 22
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[43]
Double A-side with "Under the Bridge"
2
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[44] 45
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[45]
Double A-side with "Under the Bridge"
1
UK R&B (Official Charts Company)[46]
Double A-side with "Under the Bridge"
1

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[47] Gold 35,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[48] Gold 400,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

Moulin Rouge! version[edit]

"Lady Marmalade"
MoulinRougeLady.jpg
Single by Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa, and Pink
from the album Moulin Rouge! Soundtrack
ReleasedMarch 27, 2001
Format12" maxi single
RecordedJanuary 2001
Genre
Length4:24
LabelInterscope
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Christina Aguilera singles chronology
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
(2001)
"Lady Marmalade"
(2001)
"Falsas Esperanzas"
(2001)
Lil' Kim singles chronology
"How Many Licks?"
(2000)
"Lady Marmalade"
(2001)
"In the Air Tonite"
(2001)
Mýa singles chronology
"Free"
(2001)
"Lady Marmalade"
(2001)
"My Love Is Like...Wo"
(2003)
Pink singles chronology
"You Make Me Sick"
(2000)
"Lady Marmalade"
(2001)
"Get the Party Started"
(2001)
Audio sample
Music video
"Lady Marmalade" on YouTube

Background and release[edit]

In 2001, the song "Lady Marmalade" appeared as part of a medley in the film Moulin Rouge!. For the film's soundtrack album, Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa, and Pink recorded a cover version; it was released as the soundtrack's first single in spring 2001. Produced by Missy Elliott and writing partner Rockwilder, it includes an intro and outro from Elliott. Lyrics were changed from the original version, transferring the song's setting from New Orleans to the Paris nightclub Moulin Rouge.

Critical reception[edit]

AllMusic's Brand Kohlenstein praised the song by highlighting it, adding that the ladies "teamed up for a surefire hit with their naughtier version of Patti Labelle's "Lady Marmalade.""[50] Slant Magazine editor praised the collaboration, too: "the track is simply an accolade to the performers' various distinctive styles, with Lil' Kim trashing it up and Aguilera caterwauling her way through the second half of the song."[51] However, Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone called the cover "god-awful".[52] The Sun Journal opined that the Moulin! Rouge version helped the song "find a new life."[53] Entertainment Weekly's Andrew Hampp named it the best all-female collaboration of the time span 1988–2018.[54]

Chart performance[edit]

This version of the song reached number-one in its eighth week on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and spent five weeks at the top of the chart, 26 years after Labelle's version had reached number-one, making "Lady Marmalade" the ninth song in history to top the U.S. chart as performed as different artists.[55] It was the third airplay-only song in Billboard chart history (after Aaliyah's 2000 single "Try Again" and Shaggy's 2001 single "Angel") to hit number one without being released in a major commercially available single format.[56]

The song also holds the record for the longest reigning number one on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 chart for an all female collaboration, topping the chart for nine consecutive weeks.[57] "Lady Marmalade" is the best-selling single for Lil' Kim and Mýa. Lil' Kim also held the record for having the longest number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 for a female rapper, with "Lady Marmalade" being on the top of the charts for 5 consecutive weeks, until Australian female rapper Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" surpassed the record by holding on to the number one position for seven weeks in 2014. The song was included on non-US versions of Aguilera's first greatest hits album, Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits. Lady Marmalade was the top selling song of 2001 and has sold 5.2 million copies worldwide as of December 2001.[58]

Music video[edit]

The music video, directed by Paul Hunter, shows all four performers in lingerie in a cabaret-style video (with rapper Missy Elliott giving an introduction) and was filmed March 17–18, 2001 in Los Angeles with sets built to resemble the actual Moulin Rouge night club around the turn of the century (1899). Interviewed by MTV News, the singers expressed their excitement about the video. P!nk predicted the clip would be like a "circus on acid". Christina gushed, "The video's going to be dope", while elaborating on the video's concept, "We're going to be having cabaret costumes. It's something you've never seen from us before. So, it's going to be fun." The video's art direction was anachronistically merged hip-hop sensibility with the film's French cabaret setting, thanks to some props and costumes actually used in the movie, according to Hunter's office. Choreographer Tina Landon was hired to choreograph the video. Speaking on the collaboration, Christina said she embraced the idea of collaborating with Elliott, Pink, Mýa and Lil' Kim on the track as soon as it was pitched to her. "I'm a fan of all of theirs, and just to be in the same song doing something with them — collaborating, which I love to do, is a really big thing for me", she said. "And it's cool to be out there before my next album comes out there, too."[59] The video won the MTV Video Music Award for "Best Video of the Year" and "Best Video from a Film"; it was also nominated for "Best Dance Video", "Best Pop Video", "Best Choreography" (Tina Landon), and "Best Art Direction". The song won a 2002 Grammy Award in the category of "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals".

Personnel[edit]

Track listings[edit]

CD maxi[60]

  1. Lady Marmalade (Edit) – 4:24
  2. Lady Marmalade (Thunderpuss Radio Mix) – 4:09
  3. Lady Marmalade (Thunderpuss Club Mix) – 9:48
  4. Lady Marmalade (Thunderpuss Mixshow Mix) – 6:21

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[109] 2× Platinum 140,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[110] Gold 20,000*
Belgium (BEA)[111] Platinum 50,000*
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[112] Platinum 10,000^
France (SNEP)[113] Gold 250,000*
Greece (IFPI Greece)[114] Gold 10,000^
Italy (FIMI)[115] Platinum 50,000*
Netherlands (NVPI)[116] Platinum 60,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[117] Platinum 10,000*
Norway (IFPI Norway)[118] Platinum 10,000*
Sweden (GLF)[119] Platinum 30,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[120] Gold 20,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[121] Platinum 759,000[122]
United States (RIAA)[123] N/A 255,000[124]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

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