"The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)" is a song written by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. (a.k.a. David Seville) in 1958. Although it was written and sung by Bagdasarian (in the form of a high-pitched chipmunk voice), the singing credits are given to The Chipmunks, a fictitious singing group consisting of three chipmunks by the names of Alvin, Simon and Theodore. The song won three Grammy Awards in 1958.
Witch Doctor (1958) (theme: witch doctors) (by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr., aka David Seville) (first cover version in 1958 by Don Lang) (version by Sha Na Na [deep voice]) Lyric Quote: "My friend the witch doctor he taught me what to say..." #Halloween #music
Ross Bagdasarian, or -David Seville- ; The creator of The Chipmunks.. I can imagine this is the face he made when he screams at the top of his lungs: "ALVIN!" image credit: http://animationresources.org/?cat=43
Someone Slowed Down Alvin and the Chipmunks, and the Result Is Haunting