Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
#700 (Week of 2/19/11 - 2/25/11)

THE KING LABEL - PART ONE OF THREE

"I Want A Bowlegged Woman"
by Bull Moose Jackson And His Buffalo Bearcats
on King 4189-B
released in 1948


Above: Bull Moose Jackson was an r&b star on Sid Nathan's Cincinatti based King label.

Excerpts from The Billboard:

Click HERE for an article about Bull Moose Jackson by J.C. Marion.
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Above: King Records clipping from The Billboard dated 6/29/46. Queen was a subsidiary label of King.



Above: King Records clipping from The Billboard dated 11/15/47.









Above: King Records clippings from The Billboard dated 3/13/48 and 5/1/48.


Above: Label image of King 4189-B, recorded in August 1947 and released January 1948. The flip has no group backing. Nix-Glover are shown as composers on both sides. Henry Glover was one of King's main a&r men, but who was Nix? BMI shows her to be Sally Nix (Sarah J. Nix), who also collaberated with Glover on Bull Moose's "I Love You, Yes I Do," Annisteen Allen's "Bongo Boogie," and by herself on Bull Moose's "Sneaky Pete," and many others.

Listen to this week's selection by Bull Moose Jackson And His Buffalo Bearcats on King 4189-B from 1948: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

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