Alabama’s Joe Morris began his profession being a jazz trumpet participant, working with famous brands Dizzy Gillespie and Earl Bostic, but his legacy rests along with his 1950s are leader from the more R&B-oriented Joe Morris Orchestra. Clean from a gig dealing with Lionel Hampton being a article writer, arranger, and trumpeter, Morris agreed upon using the after that fledgling Atlantic Information, and his “Anytime, ANYPLACE, Anywhere” (with an excellent vocal by Laurie Tate) place the brand new record firm over the map when it soared to number 1 over the R&B graphs in 1950. The Joe Morris Orchestra functioned because the unofficial home music group for Atlantic in the first to middle-’50s, and many future Atlantic superstars transferred through its rates, including Ray Charles and Lowell Fulson. Furthermore to doing work for Atlantic, Morris also documented edges for Decca and Herald. He passed away in 1958.