First, generous archivist / trumpeter / clarinetist / bandleader / drummer Chris Tyle offered me a photograph of the front cover of the sheet music:
I note with some amusement that the title lacks any punctuation — exclamation or interrogation — and that the cover illustration is fairly sedate, well-behaved, although the young woman’s limbs (as they might have said) are more explicit than implicit under her dress. The dancers are Caucasian, too.
And (just to show that I have transcended mere print) here is another YouTube performance of this song — by the French ONE MORE TIME band:
Recorded in 2004 at Le Petit Journal St Michel, Paris, this band features Sébastien Gillot, cornet; Guy Champême, clarinet; Lou Lauprète, piano; Alain Marcheteau, banjo; Michel Marcheteau, tuba.
And here’s LES RED HOT REEDWARMERS, romping on the same tune:
This was recorded on “Doctor Jazz Day” in Wageningen, the Netherlands. The personnel is Stephane Gillot, leader, reeds; Aurelie Tropez, reeds; Martin Seck, piano; Henry Lamaire, banjo; Jean Philippe Palma, brass bass; Julien Richard, drums and percussion.
My sole question — and it might be a naive one — is whether the Gillot boys are related. Can anyone explain?