Ivory Joe Hunter (October 10, 1914 – November 8, 1974) was an American rhythm-and-blues singer, songwriter, and pianist. After a series of hits on the US R&B chart starting in the mid-1940s, he became more widely known for his hit recording "Since I Met You Baby" (1956). He was billed as The Baron of the Boogie, and also known as The Happiest Man Alive. His musical output ranged from R&B to blues, boogie-woogie, and country music, and Hunter made a name in all of those genres.
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The Artistry of Ivory Joe Hunter.
Ivory Joe Hunter (10 October 1914 – 8 November 1974) was an African American R&B singer, songwriter and pianist, best known for his hit recording, "Since I Met You, Baby" (1956). Billed as The Baron of the Boogie, he was also known as The Happiest Man Alive. He is sometimes confused with Motown producer-songwriter Ivy Joe Hunter. Born in Kirbyville, Texas, he was christened Ivory Joe as an infant.
|A1||–Ivory Joe Hunter||If You Want My Lovin'|
|A2||–Ivory Joe Hunter||In Memories|
|A3||–Ivory Joe Hunter||If You Were My Own|
|A5||–Memphis Slim||Cold Blooded Woman|
|B1||–Ivory Joe Hunter||How About Me|
|B2||–Ivory Joe Hunter||I'm Cuttin' Out|
|B3||–Ivory Joe Hunter||I Need You So|
|B4||–Memphis Slim||It's Been So Long|
|B5||–Memphis Slim||I'm Lost Without You|
|SL 1123||Ivory Joe Hunter / Memphis Slim||Ivory Joe Hunter / Memphis Slim - The Artistry Of Ivory Joe Hunter (LP)||Strand Records||SL 1123||US||1965|