Big Joe Turner

Big Joe Turner (* 18. Mai 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri; † 24. November 1985 in Inglewood, Kalifornien; eigentlich Joseph Vernon Turner), war ein US-amerikanischer Boogie Woogie-, Blues- und Rock ’n’ Roll-Sänger. Details siehe:

Feelin' Happy

From the movie "Shake Rattle & Rock!"
Big Joe Turner with Choker Campbell & His Band

Shake, Rattle & Roll

Master 'shout blues' artist Big Joe Turner marks another high point of his career here with "Shake, Rattle & Roll."
Although Bill Haley's later sanitized version became a top rock-n-roller hit, it's said many folks sought out Turner's version instead.
A pivotal figure in popularizing blues, jazz, classic R&B, and rock and roll, Turner's career lasted from the 1920's busking on the streets of Kansas City through the 1980's at the most lauded jazz festivals in America and Europe.

Shake,Rattle & Roll

Low Down Dog

1965. UK TV with Humphrey Lyttelton trumpet; John Picard - trombone; Tony Coe - tenor sax; Joe Temperley - baritone sax; Johnny Parker - piano; Dave Green - bass; Johnny Butts - drums band plus Buck Clayton - trumpet; Vick Dickenson - trombone

Shake Rattle and Roll