With Classie Ballou's R&B band. Considered to be the oldest zydeco release and hit. Recorded at Eddie Shuler's Goldband Studio in Lake Charles, LA. Distributed nationally by Imperial.
Chavis admitted he first heard this song in the 1940s by accordionist and potato farmer Ambrose Potato Sam, while performing in the dancehall of Boozoo's stepdaddy's bush racetrack. Ambrose made a short comeback as Do-Rockin' Sam on the 1995 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.