Drummer and singer T.N.T. Tribble first came to fame in 1951 and soon after began recording for Gotham. He often recorded with the exciting trumpet great Frank Motley and even led his own eclectic band, T.N.T. Tribble and His Crew. Tribble also was a much in-demand session man. He recorded as the drummer with Ike and Tina Turner in the early '60s on "A Fool In Love" and "It's Gonna Work Out Fine."
Personnel includes: Thomas "T.N.T." Tribble (vocals, drums); King Herbert Whitaker (tenor saxophone); Willie Hickerson, Albert Pritchett (saxophone); James E. Crawford, Jr. (piano); Leonard Swain (bass).
Recorded between 1951 & 1954. Includes liner notes by Professor Hi-Jinx.
Personnel: T.N.T. Tribble (vocals, drums); Willie Hickerson, Albert Pritchett (saxophone); King Herbert Whitaker (tenor saxophone); Frank Motley (trumpet); William Edmond Spooner (piano); Doc Bagby (organ).
Recording information: Philadelphia, PA (09/1951-07/1954); Washington D.C (09/1951-07/1954).