Bill Doggett

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Biography With his instrumental hit “Honky Tonk” in February 1956, Bill Doggett (born William Ballard Doggett) created one of rock’s greatest instrumental tracks. Although it generated scores of offers to perform in rock & roll clubs throughout the United States, Doggett remained tied to the jazz and organ-based R&B that he had performed since the 1930s. Continuing to record for ...

Editorial Reviews The most detailed CD exploration yet into the early 1960s rise of Jazz organists featuring the greatest exponents of the genre: Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, Booker T and many others. Includes the defining hits like “Walk On The Wild Side”, “I Got A Woman” and of course “Green Onion”. One of the greatest things about ...

Tracklist 1 – Bill’s Honky Tonk 4:00 2 – Pots A Cookin’ 5:18 3 – I Wish You Love 4:15 4 – Dig The Thing 5:27 5 – Dug’s Pad 4:39 6 – Midnight Sun 2:48 7 – Flying Home 7:52 8 – Charlie’s Alley 3:58 Credits Alto Saxophone – Charles Williams , Norris Turney Bass – Larry Troit Drums ...

1.Guess Who 2.Anahuac Breakdown 3.Time On My Hands 4.Am I Blue 5.Please Send Me Someone to Love 6.Grease Bowl 7.When Your Lover Has Gone 8.This Bitter Earth 9.Night Train 10.Where Are You 11.It Could Happen to You Recorded July 22 & 23, 1978 in Paris, France Release Date: June 16, 2008 Label: Disques Black & Blue Total Length: 1:08:10

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