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sábado, 30 de abril de 2016

Bill Doggett • Everybody Dance the Honky Tonk

In 1951, Doggett organized his own trio and began recording
for King Records. His best known recording is "Honky Tonk",
a rhythm and blues hit of 1956

As a jazz player Doggett started in swing music and later played
soul jazz. His bands included saxophonists Red Holloway,
Clifford Scott, Percy France, David "Bubba" Brooks, Clifford Davis,
and Floyd "Candy" Johnson; guitarists Floyd Smith, Billy Butler,
Sam Lackey and Pete Mayes; and singers Edwin Starr, Toni Williams
and Betty Saint-Clair. His biggest hits, "Honky Tonk"
(the Part 2 side of the record) and "Slow Walk" featured saxophonist Clifford Scott.

Bill Doggett was an American Jazz and rhythm and blues pianist and organist.
"Honky Tonk" is a rhythm and blues hit which sold 4 million copies reaching #1 R&B charts and #2 Pop. Released in 1956 for King Records.

1. Honky Tonk (Part 1) (Butler, Doggett, Scott, Shepherd)
2. Honky Tonk (Part 2) (Butler, Doggett, Scott, Shepherd)
3. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
4. Afternoon Jump (B. Red Ellis)
5. Peacock Alley (Butler, Ellis)
6. Big Boy (Jennings)
7. Slow Walk (Austin)
8. Nothin' Yet (B. Red Ellis)
9. When Your Lover Has Gone (E.A Swan)
10. Honky Tonk Number Three (Butler, Doggett, Scott, Shepherd)
11. Leaps and Bounds (Butler, Ellis, Scott, Shepherd)

Organ: Bill Doggett
Guitar: Billy Butler
Saxophone: Clifford Scott
Drums: Shep Shepherd

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