“Mobile Boogie”, a song written by Norman King and Thomas Neeley, was first recorded by Delmore Bros. for the King label, on August 1, 1947, at King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH. And It was released on December 8, 1947.
Hank Williams Jr., recorded for the Warner label, the song, along with the rest of the album was recorded between November and December 1976, at Wishbone Studio, Muscle Shoals, AL. At the Hank Jr. album recording session, he was accompanied by: Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar), Larry Byrom (guitar), Pete Carr (guitar), Jeff Allen and Toy Caldwell (steel), Bob Wray (bass), Roger Clark (drums), Clayton Ivey (keyboards) + strings + Muscle Shoals Horns + Ava Aldridge, Barbara Wyrick, Joan Butler, Marie Tomlinson, Sue Richards and Terry Woodford (background vocals). With the production of Hank Williams, Jr. and Terry Woodford’s song was released in March 1977, on the US Hot Country Songs charts, it peaked at # 27, and on the Canadian RPM Country Singles charts, it peaked at # 9.
The song was incluided on Hank Williams Jr.’s twenty-ninth studio album, One Night Stands (Warner / Curb 1977), on the U.S Top Country Albums charts, peaking at # 33.