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Monday, 19 April 2010

KINGSPORT RECORDS

Kingsport. Tennessee


KINGSPORT 100
BOB WOODS
Greasy Corner Boogie (100.A)
(Bob Woods) (No Publisher Noted)
Skid Row Blues (100.B)
(Woods) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 101
LITTLE JOE ARTWOOD
Tiger Town Blues
()
Wooden Leg Boogie
()

KINGSPORT 102




KINGSPORT 103
JIMMY GREGG
Sadie (103.A)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
When The Roses Bloom Again (103.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: Label has notation “Vocal & banjo by Gregg”

KINGSPORT 104
REECE SHIPLEY AND THE RAINBOW VALLEY BOYS
Milk Bucket Boogie (104.A)
(Shipley - Murray) (Cherio Music Pub. Co. BMI)
Will Good Times Last Forever
(Shipley) (No Publisher Noted)



















KINGSPORT 105
“LITTLE JOE” ARWOOD
Cue Ball Blues (105.A)
(Arwood) (No Publisher Noted)
I Missed My Train (105.B)
(Arwood) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 106
REECE SHIPLEY AND THE RAINBOW VALLEY BOYS
Hillbilly Jive With A Boogie Beat (Vocal - Reece Shipley & Burleson Sisters) (106.A)
(Tally - Murray) (Cherio Music Pub. Co. BMI)
Mem'ry Prison (Vocal - Reece Shipley & Burleson Sisters) (106.B)
(Shipley - Murray) (Cherio Music Pub. Co. BMI)

KINGSPORT 107
JIMMY GREGG
You'll Never Know I Cried (107.A)
(Jimmy Gregg)
Yesterday's Rainbow (107.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: Label has notation “Vocal & banjo by Gregg”

KINGSPORT 108
L.C.SMITH - RALPH MAYO AND THE SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN BOYS
Radio Boogie (108.A)
(Smith – Mayo) (No Publisher Noted)
I'd Hate To Lose Her (108.B)
(Smith - Mayo) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 109
KENTUCKY RED
(When My Baby Starts To) Baby Talk (109-1)
(Parks - Litton) (No Publisher Noted)
Double Personality (109-2)
(Glenn Parks – Keneth Litton) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 110
BOB WOODS
Sunshine Boogie (110.A)
(Woods) (No Publisher Noted)
Watermelon On The Vine (110.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 111
JIMMY GREGG
A Broken Heart Inside (111-1)
(Gregg)(No Publisher Noted)
Your Daddy's Golden Heart (Has Turned To Stone) (111-2)
(Gregg) (No Publisher Noted)

KINGSPORT 112
GORDON JENNINGS
Quit Teasin’ Me (112.A)
(Gordon Jennings) (No Publisher Noted)
The Telephone Girl (112.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: KINGSPORT 100, 101, 105, and 110 are Ragtime Piano Instrumentals.

KINGSPORT 109 was reviewed in BILLBOARD in January 1953 (Source: Bill Daniels “American 45 and 78 RPM Record Dating Guide 1940 – 1959)

Originally published in THE HILLBILLY RESEARCHER (No 21); Original listing compiled by Ray Topping & Al Turner.


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