Costs Haley & His Comets tend to be credited with saving the first rock and roll & move tune, “Rock and roll A’Beatin’ Boogie,” and drive jockey Alan Freed continues to be credited for coining the word, “rock and roll & move.” Evidence is available, nevertheless, that Doles Dickens became the “accurate” originator of the word rock & move when he select a genuine tune, “Rock and roll & Move,” as his debut solitary in June 1949. Dynamic until the middle-’60s, Dickens documented such extra rave-up rockers as “Discover ‘Em, Fool ‘Em and Neglect ‘Em” and “Choo Choo Bop.” Chicago-born Dickens released his profession in the past due-’30s. After sharpening his abilities with rings led by trombonist/guitarist Eddie Durham and alto saxophonist Buster Smith, he produced his documenting debut as bass participant for the Eddie South Orchestra in 1940. Departing South’s orchestra in 1943, Dickens approved an invitation to displace Richard Davis in vocal group the Four Toppers. Along with his introduction, the group transformed its name towards the Five Crimson Caps. Remaining using the music group until 1946, he performed on such music as “Boogie Woogie on the Saturday Night time,” “Lenox Avenue Leap” and “The Boogie Beat’ll Getcha UNLESS YOU. . .” He also documented with vocalist George “Bon Bon” Tunnell as well as the Recreation area Avenue Trio in 1945, offering either fellow Five Reddish Cap users, Steve Gibson and Romaine Brownish, or session music artists, Frank Signorelli, Andy Sannella, or Robert Michelson. Departing the Five Crimson Hats in 1946, Dickens created his personal jazz quartet with Herbie Scott, Reuben Cole, and Dickie Thompson. Although they documented for the Superdisc, Continental, and Gotham brands, non-e of their produces charted. Shifting to NY in 1949, Dickens lost no time to make his presence experienced. He documented the historically essential, “Rock and roll & Move,” on June 23, and performed bass on classes with boogie-woogie bluesman, Piano Crimson (created William Patterson). In 1954, he documented with a fresh music group, Doles Dickens & the Strangers. Dickens’ participation with doo-wop performing group the Mello-Harps started when he organized a tune, “Gumma Gumma,” to get a 1957 documenting that featured Ruler Curtis on saxophone. He continuing to serve as the group’s music movie director until 1964. In June 1960, Dickens briefly changed bassist Al Rappa throughout a Costs Haley & His Comets documenting program that yielded two music, “Allow Good Times Move Creole” and “Therefore Best Tonight.” Dickens passed away in NJ on, may 2, 1972.