Instrumental. N°1 R&B in '49.
Roy Milton [first vocal version; lyrics by Roy Alfred who also wrote Rock 'n Roll Waltz (n°1 US for Kay Starr in '55)]
Tito Burns Sextet [second vocal version]
Tommy Dorsey [vocal: Charlie Shavers]
Lou Monte [as Italian Hucklebuck]
Royal Showband Waterford [hit B]
Clifton Chenier [with Elvin Bishop on guitar]
Coast To Coast [hit UK]
Forbans [as La Fille du flipper]
Porky Cohen [as D-Natural Blues; played with Lucky Millinder who cut the original (see footnote)]
Paul Williams recorded his Hucklebuck after hearing Lucky Millinder's D-Natural Blues (another Andy Gibson composition) with Slim Henderson's sax solo. Millinder recorded his D-Natural Blues after Williams cut his Hucklebuck. The Hucklebuck is also influenced by the theme of Charlie Parker's Now's The Time, a tune he recorded with his Ree-Boppers for Savoy in '45, with Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Curley Russell and Max Roach; covered by Jimmy Liggins in '47.