Ballin' Jack

Ballin' Jack was part of the American horn rock genre that enjoyed some success in the early 1970s. Hailing from Seattle, Washington, the band emerged on the scene with a minor hit, "Super Highway", in 1970. They accompanied Jimi Hendrix on what would be the final tour before his death later that year. Ballin' Jack's self-titled debut album is perhaps most notable for yielding the song "Found A Girl," best remembered as the source of the sample that drove Young MC's 1989 Grammy-winning hit "Bust A Move."