Jump 'N The Saddle Band

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Decades: 1980s 2000s
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Jump ’N The Saddle Band had one good idea for a novelty song, recorded it in 1983, took it to the US Top 20 and were never heard from again. Their idea was to record a tribute to Jerome ‘Curly’ Howard, a long-deceased member of the US comedy troupe the Three Stooges. Mimicking the nonsensical phrases uttered by the comedian in the Stooges’ films, and a shuffle-like dance that often accompanied them, the band’s vocalist, Peter Quinn, wrote ‘The Curly Shuffle’ and found a way to immortality. Jump ‘N The Saddle Band was a sextet comprising Quinn, guitarists T.C. Furlong and Barney Schwartz, saxophonist Tom Trinka, bass player Rick Gorley and drummer Vince Dee. They evolved from a Chicago, Illinois, USA-based band called Rio Grande that existed during the mid-70s. The line-up on the hit was the result of several personnel changes. ‘The Curly Shuffle’ came about during the band’s stage show and Atlantic Records...

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