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Hootchy Kootchy - Various - The Acetate Sessions (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The LP was later reissued with a cover as Raglan R Some of the performers have been ostensibly identified by researchers: tracks B4 and B10 are attributed to Mance Lipscomb, tracks B5 and B11 to Buster Pickens, and track B12 to Lightnin' Hopkins/5(4).
  2. Format: 12" Vinyl, Year: , Labels: White Label (WLP ), White Label (WPL ), Length: Release “The Acetate Sessions” by Various Artists - MusicBrainz Log In.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Caribbean /Hootchy Kootchy Henry on Discogs. Label: Guyden Records - • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Guyden Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Hootchy Kootchy Henry: Companies, etc. Published By – .
  4. " The Hootchy-Kootchy (Hoochi-Coochi) or Cooch dance is a pseudo-Turkish, sensual dance executed only by women in short skirts, bare midriffs and tight breast bands, which is said to have originated at the Philadelphia Centennial Fair (May-Nov)However there can be some aspects of nudity as well. There are many spellings. The term has been carried over to mean any so-called partner-less.
  5. hootchy-kootchy definition: The definition of hootchy-kootchy is a kind of sensual dance similar to a belly dance. (noun) An erotic dance performed at a carnival is an example of hootchy-kootchy.
  6. After the song's initial success in , Waters recorded several live and new studio versions. The original appears on the The Best of Muddy Waters album and many compilations. Numerous musicians have recorded "Hoochie Coochie Man" in a variety of styles, making it one of the most interpreted Waters and Dixon songs.
  7. Its meaning is derived from the French "couche," past part of "coucher" which means "to lay down." The Hootchy-Kootchy (Hoochi-Coochi) or Cooch dance is a pseudo-Turkish, sensual dance executed only by women in short skirts, bare midriffs and tight breastbands, which is said to have originated at the Philadelphia Centennial Fair (May-Nov).