This one actually feeds back to the dancing in "Rock Around the Clock." It all started with a cue sheet for Western Swing / West Coast Swing from Portland in 1953. Long story short is that I came across this RCA album, and I just can't not post some of this any longer. "PERFECT FOR DANCING--JITTERBUG OR LINDY" FRED ASTAIRE STUDIOS RCA VICTR LP 1955 http://www.ebay.com/itm/PERFECT-FOR...057262906?_trksid=p2054897.l4276#ht_934wt_650 The track listing has all big bands from the swing era But, who the heck is Boots Brown & His Blockbusters? I found the answer here http://www.jazzwax.com/2013/06/dave-pell-on-boots-brown.html "I played the sax solos for the movie Rock Around the Clock . I’d blow in the same spirit as the guy playing sax on the screen." "But you have to remember, at the time it wasn’t cool to play that kind of music if you played jazz. That's why Shorty came up with a fake name. I don’t know why he chose Boots Brown or what it meant. I know we didn’t want our names on the records. We were too embarrassed."