R&B altsax, all things considered, wilder than Wynonie Harris in Good Rockin Tonight (see there). Written by Gotham A&R-man Doc Bagby, his assistant Don Keene and the singer of the houseband: blues shouter Harry Crafton. Based upon unsuccessful Nelson Alexander song Rock That Voot from '47. Reissued on The Black And White Roots Of Rock 'n' Roll (Sanctuary).
Jimmy Cavallo [first white cover]
Bill Haley & The Saddlemen [on Essex label; before Bill dropped his western swing outfit and named his band The Comets, with identical guitar solo (by Danny Cedrone on Gibson ES-300) as in their Rock Around The Clock two years later (see there)]
Sid King & The Five Strings [radio broadcast]
Bill Haley & The Comets [new version on Decca]
Gotham was a Philadelphia label, Bill Haley's hometown.