It could be this.
Artist and Song Title:
Eddie Bo - Walk That Walk
A sorely underappreciated veteran of the New Orleans R&B scene,
singer/songwriter/producer/pianist Eddie Bo evolved into one of the city's
foremost funk players during the late '60s and early '70s, although he never
had a national hit commensurate with his musical standing. Born Edwin Joseph
Bocage on September 20, 1930, Bo was raised in the Algiers and Ninth Ward
sections of New Orleans by a musical family; uncles Peter and Charles and
cousin Henry all played in post-WWI jazz orchestras (including A.J.
Piron's), and his mother was a pianist in the Professor Longhair style. Bo
served in the Army after high school, and returned to New Orleans to study
at the Grunewald School of Music, where he discovered bebop pianists like
Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson. He started playing around the jam-heavy New
Orleans jazz scene, but soon discovered that R&B was more popular and
accessible, not to mention better-paying. He joined the house band at Club
Tijuana under the name Spider Bocage, and later formed the Spider Bocage
Orchestra, a professional backing band that supported many prominent blues
and R&B artists of the day, including Ruth Brown, Earl King, Lloyd Price,
Big Joe Turner, Smiley Lewis, and Guitar Slim.
Hope it helps,although i don't know where you can get hold of the song
to listen to.............sorry!
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