Bill Doggett | The Right Choice

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The Right Choice

by Bill Doggett

The last album recorded by Jazz & Organ-based R&B Pioneer Bill Doggett. Features 'Honky Tonk Pt. 1 & 2' and others.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Fur Piece
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2. Rough Neck
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3. Warm Breezes
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4. Mush Mouth
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5. Du-Da
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6. Things Ain't What They Used to Be
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7. I'm Ready
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8. The Wright Choice
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9. Honky Tonk (Parts 1 & 2)
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10. Just a Blues
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Album Notes
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 the Cincinnati-based King label until 1960, he went on to record for Warner Brothers, Columbia, ABC-Paramount and Sue. This is the last album Bill Doggett recorded before his death in 1996, for Forevermore Records subsidiary, After Hours Records.


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