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|Single by Mott the Hoople|
|from the album Mott|
|Released||25 May 1973|
|Producer(s)||Mott the Hoople|
|Mott the Hoople singles chronology|
"Honaloochie Boogie" is a single released by Mott the Hoople. It was the follow-up to their breakthrough single "All The Young Dudes". It reached a peak position in the UK Singles Chart of number 12 in July 1973. Written and sung by vocalist Ian Hunter, apart from the group's regular line-up, it also featured Andy Mackay of Roxy Music on tenor saxophone, Bill Price on moog, and Paul Buckmaster on cello.
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