B - Published By Leeds Music Corp. Division of Atlantic Records, New York, . Matrix, Runout (Label side A): 59C-3740. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): 59C-3741.
Honky-tonks were rough establishments, providing country music in the Deep South and Southwest and serving alcoholic beverages to a working-class clientele. Some honky-tonks offered dancing to music played by pianists or small bands, and some were centers of prostitution. The Daily Ardmoreite (Oklahoma), February 26, 1894, p. 2, col.
He recorded interpretations of jazz standards, including "Woodchopper's Ball", "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Glow Worm", with his band, the Honky Tonkers, and an album, Piano Memories featuring his solo playing. Davie's most enduring work came as a songwriter and arranger. He served a stint as staff songwriter for Trinity Music, in New York's Brill Building and wrote for the Canadian-American, Congress and Caprice labels.
Sweet Georgia Brown from Hutch Davie (1959) (7''). Hutch Davie And His Honky Tonkers. Artists H Hutch Davie Sweet Georgia Brown. 1. Sweet Georgia Brown. More Albums by Hutch Davie. Woodchopper's BallHutch Davie. One Of Those Songs, Cute ThingHutch Davie.
Hutch Davie And His Honky Tonkers.
Hutch Davie and his Honky Tonkers", with his version of Woody Herman's "Woodchopper's Ball". As a pianist he recorded jazz standards with his band the Honky Tonkers, and an album featuring his solo playing, Piano Memories, was issued in 1958. He produced and arranged Linda Scott's three big hits on Canadian-American Records: "I've Told Ev'ry Little Star", "Don't Bet Money Honey", and "I Don't Know Why".
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Written-By – Bernie*, Casey*, Pinkard*
Written-By – Hoffman*, Klenner*
|45-6149||Hutch Davie And His Honky Tonkers||Sweet Georgia Brown (7", Single)||ATCO Records||45-6149||US||1959|
|45-HLE 9076||Hutch Davie||Sweet Georgia Brown (7", Single)||London Records, London American Recordings||45-HLE 9076||UK||1959|
|45-6149||Hutch Davie & His Honky Tonkers*||Sweet Georgia Brown (7", Single, Promo)||ATCO Records||45-6149||US||1959|