Mofos - Giving that Slut a Necklace...of Jizz
The composition of the tune was credited to Andy Gibsonand lyrics were later added by Roy Alfred. The song became a crossover hit and a dance crazein many ways foreshadowing the popular success of rock and roll a few years later. The tune, the hucklebuck chubby
around a twelve-bar blues progression, was originally recorded by Paul Williams and his band, credited as His Hucklebuckers, in New York City the hucklebuck chubby,
on December 15,with producer Teddy Reig. The composition was credited to Andy Gibson, and the recording was released by Savoy Records. Williams had first heard the tune when it was played by Lucky Millinder and his band at a rehearsal earlier that year for a concert, either in Newark or Baltimoreat which both bands performed. The tune had originally been written by Gibson for Millinder, as " D'Natural Blues " unrelated to the similarly-titled Fletcher Henderson tune and Millinder and his band recorded it with the hucklebuck chubby
title, in Januaryfor RCA Records.