The King’s Henchmen were likely exactly like, or nearly the same as, the group that traded beneath the name from the Alan Freed Rock’n’Roll Music group. That latter clothing played at a number of the concerts marketed and shown by renowned early rock and roll & move radio DJ Alan Freed, aswell as documenting some paths under their very own name. The King’s Henchmen’s LP, actually, is sometimes categorized in discographies as an Alan Freed record, due to its name Alan Freed Presents the King’s Henchmen Playing New Orleans Rock’n’Roll. Freed himself, nevertheless, didn’t play any music for the record; those honors dropped to saxophonists Ruler Curtis, Sam “THE PERSON” Taylor, and Lowell “Count number” Hastings, aswell as pianist Ernie Hayes, guitarist Kenny Burrell, bassist/guitarist Everett Barksdale, and unknowns on bass and drums. The 12 paths for the LP, all lower in Feb 1958, were regular, predictable rock and roll & move instrumentals emphasizing honking saxes with something of the assembly line experience. All 12 of these are on the 2008 Compact disc compilation A Stompin’ Great Period, which also provides12 tracks completed in November 1957 which were credited towards the Alan Freed Rock’n’Roll Big Music group.