Sweet Georgia Brown was written in 1925 by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard and Kenneth Casey. It was first recorded by Ben Bermie and His Hotel Rossevely Orchestra in 1925. The Beatles recorded the backing track for Sweet Georgia Brown at Studio Rahlstedt in Hamburg, Germany in May 1962. The recording features Roy Young on piano. Tony Sheridan later overdubbed his vocals. That version was released on the German EP Ya Ya in 1962. It was released as Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers. The EP included versions of Ya Ya and Skinny Minny that did not feature The Beatles. The song was also released as the B-side to Ya Ya Part 1 in Greece in 1963. Tony Sheridan re-recorded his vocals with changed lyrics in 1964. A third version by Tony Sheridan was released on the album Just A Little Bit Of Tony Sheridan in 1964. The song has also been recorded by Conway Twitty, Trini Lopez, and Nancy Sinatra among others.
Now Hear This : Sweet Georgia Brown – The Beatles With Tony Sheridan (1964)
Sweet Georgia Brown – Tony Sheridan (1964)