Blue Velvet : Crooners, Swooners and Velvet vocals / M. Murphy ; J. Hartman ; King Pleasure ... [et al.] (1999)
Babs Gonzales (October 27, 1919 – January 23, 1980), born Lee Brown, was an American jazz vocalist of the bebop era most notable for penning the song "Oop-Pop-A-Da", which was originally recorded and performed by his own band (Three Bips and a Bop) and was later made famous by Dizzy Gillespie. Gonzales was also once the chauffeur for Errol Flynn. In 1967, Gonzales published an autobiography entitled "I Paid My Dues: Good Times... No Bread" - A Story of Jazz, which was followed in 1975 by Movin' On Down De Line.
Enregistrement : (États-Unis) NEw York, 04-11-1960 - 10-11-1960; Comprend : THE LAST TRAIN FROM OVERBROOK / James MOODY - HEY LOCK ! / Eddie DAVIS - MIDNIGHT AT MINTON'S / Babs GONZALES - SECOND BALCONY JUMP / Jerry VALENTINE - I'LL REMEMBER APRIL / RAYE et de PAUL - GOOD...