AFTER HOURS

Created on 30/06/2005
Latest update on 10/08/2020

Artist: Erskine Hawkins
Author: Avery Parrish
Label: RCA
Year: 1940

"The Negro National Anthem". With composer Avery Parrish on piano.

Covers:

1948:

Pee Wee Crayton [as Blues After Hours n°1 R&B, with elements of T-Bone Walker's T-Bone Blues in both intro and outro; Pee Wee was Modern's answer to T-Bone]

1951:

Sarah Vaughan

1952:

Benny Goodman Trio

1956:

Jimmy Nolen

1956:

Bill Doggett

1957:

Jimmy Smith

1957:

Dizzy Gillespie [with Sonny Stitt and Sonny Rollins]

1958:

Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orch.

1960:

Milt Buckner

1961:

Roy Buchanan

1962:

Richard 'Groove' Holmes [on lp After Hours]

1963:

Willis 'Gatortail' Jackson

1963:

Jimmy McGriff

1963:

Brother Jack McDuff

1969:

Muddy Waters

1969:

John Dummer

1969:

Illinois Jacquet

1972:

Woody Herman

1975:

Danny & The Fat Boys [with Danny Gatton]

1978:

Fats Domino

1979:

Nighthawks

1981:

Deluxe Blues Band

1987:

Swing Out Sister

1988:

Pinetop Perkins

1990:

Johnny Johnson

1997:

David Maxwell

1999:

Sue Palmer

2005:

Jools Holland

2006:

Ike Turner

Glenn Frey's After Hours (title track of a cd in '12) is his own song.

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