I heard this while shuffling around in an old record shop the other day. Credit for “Jump Around”– which samples this original– is usually attributed to House of Pain, who became the track’s figurehead as it blew up back in 1992. Everyone knows some of these lyrics, in the least “Pack it Up/Pack it In,” or the chorus’s simple chant (“Jump Around!”) that ensures you’ll go home remembering the song’s name at the end of the night. Less often acknowledged yet due equal credit is DJ Muggs (known for his Soul Assaassins series and work with Cypress Hil), who did the crate digging to find the horn-herding hook you hear in the opening of “Harlem Shuffle” (and “Jump Around”). But the credits don’t stop there, because “Harlem Shuffle” was performed by Bob and Earl, yes, but also written by Relf and Nelson, produced by Fred Smith, and arranged by Barry White! It takes a Village…