Bewertung, Hucklebuck. The band split up during World War II, and Williams then joined Clarence Dorsey's band. [2] Williams renamed the tune "The Huckle-Buck", and his recording, made in December 1948 with Reig producing, rapidly rose to the top of the R&B chart. The Hucklebuck are a seven piece swinging blues/jump blues band. Wir verwenden Cookies und ähnliche Tools, um Ihr Einkaufserlebnis zu verbessern, um unsere Dienste anzubieten, um zu verstehen, wie die Kunden unsere Dienste nutzen, damit wir Verbesserungen vornehmen können, und um Werbung anzuzeigen. He made his first recordings with Porter for the Paradise label in 1947. The Hucklebuck features Joe Cribb on lead vocals and harmonica, Luke Cawthra and Neil Smith on guitars, Sophie Stockham and John Pratt on horns and the superb rhythm section of Tom Kuras on bass and … The Hucklebuck are a five-piece band playing straight ahead blues, with original interpretations of traditional electric styles. In his Honkers and Shouters, Arnold Shaw credited Williams as one of the first to employ the honking tenor saxophone solo that became the hallmark of rhythm and blues and rock and roll in the 1950s and early 1960s. [5], The song was later covered by many other musicians – it has been said that "no standard has been covered in as many different styles as the Hucklebuck. [3] Millinder's recording of "D'Natural Blues", also an instrumental, reached #4 on the R&B chart, staying on the chart for 12 weeks. Hucklebuck The Royal Showband Waterford (Künstler) Format: Vinyl. Reig claimed that he taught Williams to perform vigorously, "kicking as he played, bending and dipping, getting down on the floor while blowing that saxophone. Es liegen 0 Rezensionen und 0 Bewertungen aus Deutschland vor, Entdecken Sie jetzt alle Amazon Prime-Vorteile. [1], Williams died in September 2002, in New York, at the age of 87. The band's best-known single, a cover version of the rock and roll classic "(Do) The Hucklebuck", was recorded in 1980 and reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart the next year. The band split up during World War II, and Williams then joined Clarence Dorsey's band. The tune, structured around a twelve-bar blues progression, was originally recorded by Paul Williams and his band, credited as His Hucklebuckers, in New York City, on December 15, 1948, with producer Teddy Reig. [11] A version by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, with vocals by Charlie Shavers, entered the Billboard pop chart in May 1949, also rising to #5, and later the same year Frank Sinatra's recording reached #10 on the pop chart. Im März 1981 gelang der Gruppe mit dem Titel (Do) The Hucklebuck, der eine Coverversion eines 1948 geschriebenen Evergreens war, ein Top-10-Hit in den britischen Single-Charts. Playing their own originals and interpretations of classic electric standards, with an emphasis on authenticity and swing. He received the Rhythm and Blues Foundation Pioneer Award in 1992. [5] He had three more R&B chart successes in 1949 – "House Rocker", "He Knows How to Hucklebuck", and "Pop-Corn" – but these failed to match the earlier record's success. [3][4][5] Millinder later took court action against Gibson and United Music, the publishing company, for copyright infringement, but eventually dropped the case while retaining the rights to "D'Natural Blues". [1] Band members during the 1950s included Moore, Noble "Thin Man" Watts, the trumpeter Phil Guilbeau, and the singers Danny Cobb, Jumpin' Jimmy Brown, Joan Shaw and Connie Allen. It was successfully recorded by many other musicians including Lucky Millinder, Roy Milton, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, Lionel Hampton, Louis Armstrong, Chubby Checker, Bo Diddley, Otis Redding, Canned Heat, Coast to Coast, Brendan Bowyer and Crystal Swing. Verkauf durch Amazon Digital Germany GmbH. Unser Zahlungssicherheitssystem verschlüsselt Ihre Daten während der Übertragung. Zugelassene Drittanbieter verwenden diese Tools auch in Verbindung mit der Anzeige von Werbung durch uns. He started learning saxophone and played in school bands before forming his own band, Paul Williams and his Kings of Rhythm, with the trumpeter Lloyd Henderson, in the mid-1930s, and playing in local clubs. Um die Gesamtbewertung der Sterne und die prozentuale Aufschlüsselung nach Sternen zu berechnen, verwenden wir keinen einfachen Durchschnitt. Credited as the Paul Williams Sextette, they recorded in Detroit for Savoy Records in September 1947,[2] and "Thirty-Five Thirty" (named for Joe Von Battle's record shop at 3530 Hastings Street)[3] reached number 8 on the Billboard R&B chart (then called the race records chart) in early 1948. [12], The Hucklebuck became a wildly successful dance craze in 1949, partly due to its sexual connotations. Ihr Amazon Music-Konto ist derzeit nicht mit diesem Land verknüpft. Recordings were also made in 1949 by Tito Burns, Lionel Hampton, and Pearl Bailey with Hot Lips Page. Dezember 1963 "Bitte wiederholen" 16,80 € — 16,80 € Vinyl 16,80 € 1 Gebraucht ab 16,80 € Nur noch 1 auf Lager Lieferung: 27. "[3] As well as jazz and pop versions, there have been blues versions by Earl Hooker, Canned Heat and others, and recordings in styles such as rockabilly, easy listening, soul, ska, Latin, punk, and R&B. It reached the #1 spot in March 1949, staying in that position for 14 weeks, and spending a total of 32 weeks on the chart.