Honky Tonk Pt. 1
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Donald MacKay

When this song came out, I bought the 78, went into my room, locked the door, turned it to Part II and heard it over and over again, against the noise of my mother telling me to turn the volume down. One of the best all time instrumentals.

Todd Stokes

Let me look into the future as we are all cruising down the road: "But officer, I didn't think I was going that fast!" ...and when he pulls us over,he threatens to give us a citation for not having it up loud enough!

Claudine Tillman

Dm Top of the evening to you 🌅 Right back at ya. I agree with you A million percent 😅 WORD UP 👍 I feel what you felt about this instrumental music. One of my old time favorite 😁👏l use to watch ma do this dance called The Sand and The Biggie Woggie 🤔 Back in the days there were only forty fives 🤭 Your insight about this music was beautifully incredibly amazing and well said WORD 👍. I was just a pre adolescent 😁😅 I really appreciate people like you who listens and ❤️ Music as much as I Do especially oldies but goodies 👏 Thanks for letting me share my thoughts with you. Have a bless day or night and stay safe JAH LIVES ONE LOVE ❤️ GOD bless everyone who's listening to this master piece 🙏🤗🤝💃🙋

FishShipEmpoyee

I just want to say I just got to know this song now, 66 years later. And I'm gonna play it over and over until neighbors tell me to turn the volume down

Randy Davis

@Ronald Vaughan you"re telling it like it was/is my bro.lol

Barbara Richmond

Donald, Bill Doggett or Jimmy Smith?

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Vince

Just lost my beautiful mom on march 6 th, she loved this jam! Id play it for her and we would dance ( when she felt good) or just sit back and remember old times. Dam i miss her , keep jamming Bill Doggett!

Darryl Evans

One of the greatest instrumentals ever ever recorded from the late and great Bill Doggett out of Philadelphia.

Donald Morrow

This is one of those records you can play and dance to until the end of time. It is still the highest charting record ever on the King label. It has taught countless bands how to play R&B (especially what a "groove" is in music). Though much has been made (and deservedly so) of Clifford Scott's groundbreaking sax work on this record, please don't forget that it is Billy Butler's equally stunning guitar work on Part 1 that made dee jays play both sides of the record (they even duet at the end of the record). All this would be nothing without Bill and the backing musicians playing the steadiest, most monstrous groove in the history of R&B (even the shouts are in place...and necessary). This is one for the history books indeed.

Ronald Vaughan

DAMN,HOW I LOVE YOUR REVIEW! THAT REALLY NAILED IT! The tube amps of that time provided a colorful distorion that can't be equalled today....History books,indeed......................................BTW,think that "honky tonk" means "white man's club"............................

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