Sunday, March 21, 2010

Hillbilly & Roots 45s #6






Ahhhh--the latest goodies

check out tracks 4 & 6
1. Country Johnny Mathis- Thinking To Far Behind [UA 396] 1961
2. Country Johnny Mathis- Little Girl [UA 697] 1964
3. Country Johnny Mathis- Was It You [UA 697] 1964
4. Deanna Marie- I Dropped My Tater Chips [Little Darlin 0021] 1966
5. Tommy Nelson- Hobo Bop [Dixie 814] 1961
6. Ray Anderson- Stalin Kicked The Bucket [Kentucky 573] 1954
7. Delmore Brothers- Everybody loves Her [King 946] 1951
8. Bonnie Jo Eason - I’m Cravin’ Lovin [All America 103] mid 50s
9. Bonnie Jo Eason- Waxahatchie Waltz [All America 103]
10 Ralph Bowman- Tragedy Of School Bus 27 [Excellent 400] 1958
11 Ray Lunsford- Sheila [Excellent 400] 1958
12 Carl Perkins- Boppin The Blues [Sun 2543] 1956
13 Carl Perkins- All Mama’s Children [Sun 243] 1956
14 Clyde Moody- Blues Came Pouring Down [King 943] 1951
15 Curley Barrix- Big Blue Monster [Dunwich 132] 1966
16 Sunbeams- Gonna Go Home TO Mama [Dot 1271] 1955
17 Ken Marvin- I Ain’t Gonna DO Nothing [RCA Victor 5540] 1953
18 Joe Turner- Honey Hush [Atlantic 1001] 1953
19 Little Walter- Mellow Down Easy [Checker 805] 1954
20 Linda Brannon- I’m Leavin’ [Ram 11829] 1958
21 Linda Brannon- I Keep on Lovin’ You [Ram 11829] 1958
22 Jack Turner- Shoot I Reckon I Love you [RCA 562] 1952
23 Jack Turner- Walkin’ A Chalk Line [RCA 5682] 1952
24 Larry Hart- I’m Just A Mender [Goldband 1080] 1958
25 Larry Hart- You Are The Only One [Goldband 1080] 1958
26 Jenks Tex Carman- Caissons Go Rolling Along [Capitol 2621] 1954
27 Jenks Tex Carman- Blue Memories [Capitol 2621] 1954
28 Red Allen- Beautiful Blue Eyes [Starday 572] 1961
29 Red Allen-Trouble Around My Door [Starday 572] 1961
30 Stanely Brothers- Calling From Heaven [Mercury 70483] 1954
31 Stanley Brothers- Harbor Of Love [Mercury 70483] 1954
32 Fendermen- Don’t You Just Know It [Soma 1142] 1960

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7 comments:

Jim said...

Again, great stuff. I can't seem to get past listening to Country Johnny Mathis. Listened to those two songs three times already.

Red Neckerson said...

Great Comp!! Way To Go!!

Rockin' Ed said...

Yeah I like Country Johnny too--I wish someone would put together a comp of his stuff--even on one of these blogs

Ted P said...

Downloaded Volume 6 after reading your comments on 'visit Me In Music City'.

There are some brilliant tracks on the CD particularly Country Johnny Mathis and Jack Turner. You've got excellent taste when it comes to hillbilly music.

Looking forward to listening to others in the series.

Rockin' Ed said...

Thanks Ted--I like the obscure stuff the best

Kegan said...

Ed, I plan to download this and follow you after seeing the great line-up. Thanks for sharing.

Would you happen to have the B-side to the Ralph Bowman 45? I've always wanted to grabbing it after hearing the other song online at http://obscurecountry.com/bus27.html

As for Country Johnny Mathis, try http://www.mediafire.com/?zmkjedkjezm

Got the link from Lonesome Lefty's Scratchy Attic, which is sadly abandoned it seems, but the links are still all working I believe.

Rockin' Ed said...

Kegan--the flip is below---two artists on the same 45. A practice that Victor and Columbia did back in the acoustic days--but rarely done after WW2