Allegedly, Benjamin Jackson resembled a bull moose. A minimum of, that’s just what a few wags in Lucky Millinder’s music group thought — as well as the colourful moniker stuck. Until after that, he was Benjamin Jackson, nonetheless it was as Bull Moose that he lit in the R&B graphs repeatedly through the past due ’40s and early ’50s. Jackson got a divide musical character — he sang “I REALLY LIKE You, Yes I REALLY DO” and “All My Like Belongs for you” such as a pop crooner, after that turned gears to belt out the double-entendre naughties “I’D LIKE a Bowlegged Female” and “Big Ten In . Female” with total abandon. Record purchasers loved both edges from the Moose. Jackson was a child years violinist ahead of taking on the sax. He demonstrated accomplished around the second option, blowing jazz in a number of circumstances before latching on with Millinder’s clothing in 1944 as both vocalist and saxist. His 1st 78 under his personal name for Syd Nathan’s fledgling Queen logo design was “I UNDERSTAND Who Threw the Whiskey within the Well,” a remedy to a favorite Millinder tune from the entire year before that became a smash in its correct. Jackson dubbed his combo the Buffalo Bearcats because of his regular gigs in a Buffalo nitery. Moose strike big for Nathan’s Ruler label in 1947 with “I REALLY LIKE You, Yes I REALLY DO”; in 1948 with “Sneaky Pete,” “All My Like Belongs for you,” “I’D LIKE a Bowlegged Girl,” “I CANNOT Continue Without You,” and two even more; and in 1949 with “LITTTLE LADY, Don’t Cry” and “THE TREND IS TO Haul Away and Like Me” (the last mentioned a cover of Wayne Raney’s hillbilly strike, a favorite cross-fertilizing practice at Ruler). He also came out within the 1948 film Boarding Home Blues with Millinder’s music group. A few of Jackson’s hilariously risqué stuff — “Big Ten Inches Record” as well as the astonishingly raunchy “Nosey Joe” (penned with the youthful but obviously streetwise Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller), both from 1952 — had been probably too suggestive to merit airplay, but they’re stellar types of leap blues at its craziest. Jackson remained at Ruler into 1955. Six years afterwards, he briefly reentered the graphs by remaking “I REALLY LIKE You, Yes I REALLY DO” for 7 Arts, nonetheless it was an isolated event (catering held the expenses paid through the slim years in Washington, D.C.). There is a belated outbreak of Moosemania! in 1985 when his LP of this name emerged together with a Pittsburgh music group known as the Flashcats, but Moose’s heartwarming comeback was short — lung malignancy felled him in 1989.