The clip electric piano from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Murphy Dunne, Ray Charles
Tell me a little about this electric piano.
You have a good eye, my man.
That's the best in the city of Chicago.
Two thousand bucks and it's yours.
You can take it home with you. I'll throw in the black keys for free.
Two thousand for this chunk of shit?
Come on, Ray!
Really, Ray. It's used. There's no action left in this keyboard.
I don't think there's anything wrong with the action on this piano.
Well, I heard about the fella you've been dancing with
All over the neighborhood
So why didn't you ask me, baby
Didn't you think I could
Well, I know that the bugaloo is out of sight
But the shing-a-ling's the thing tonight
But if that was you and me out there, baby
I would have shown you how to do it right
Do it right
Shake it, shake it, baby
Here we go loop-de-loop
Shake it out, baby
Here we go loop-de-lai
Bend over Let me see you shake your tail feather
Come on Let me see you shake your tail feather
Come on Come on, baby