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Sunday, 16 May 2010

LIBERTY RECORDS


4269 Tujonga. North Hollywood. California

LIBERTY 1/2
ZEKE CLEMENTS (GRAND OLE’ OP’RY STAR)
New Smoke On The Water (1) (deadwax 3-B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
I’ll Have To Live And Learn (2) (deadwax 3-A)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

BILLBOARD announced (1st December 1945) that Zeke Clements had started LIBERTY Records

LIBERTY 3/4
ZEKE CLEMENTS (GRAND OLE’ OP’RY STAR)
Honest I’m Honest With You (3) (deadwax 4-B ZC)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
You’re Free Again (4) (deadwax 4-A ZC)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

“You’re Free Again” has notation on label - From The Columbia Picture “Two-Fisted Stranger”
“Honest I’m Honest” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10019
“You’re Free Again” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10014

LIBERTY 5
ZEKE CLEMENTS (GRAND OLE’ OP’RY STAR)
Blue Mexico Skies (A) (deadwax 5-A ZC)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
Looking For An Angel Like You (B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

“Blue Mexico Skies” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10013
“Looking For An Angel Like You” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10021.

LIBERTY 6
PAUL HOWARD AND HIS ARKANSAW COTTON PICKERS
You Left A Red Cross On My Heart (A)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
I’ve Been Lonesome Since You Went Away (B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

LIBERTY 6 was reissued on KING 789

LIBERTY 7
JOHN DANIELS QUARTET
Crossing Over Jordan ()
()
No Disappointment Up There ()
()

LIBERTY 8 / BLAZON 8
ZEKE CLEMENTS AND HIS WESTERN SWING GANG
Oklahoma Blues (A)
(Clements) (No Publisher Noted)
Am I Too Late (B)
(Clements) (No Publisher Noted)



“Oklahoma Blues” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10017
“Am I Too Late” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10019

Advert in BILLBOARD (9th February 1946) for LIBERTY 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 available from distributors in Birmingham, Ala; Memphis, Tn; New Orleans, La; Nashville, Tn, and Big Spring, Texas.

LIBERTY 9
JOHN DANIELS QUARTET
Gonna’ Row My Boat (A)
()
No Darkness (Can Hide My Lord From Me) (B)
()

BLAZON 10
ZEKE CLEMENTS AND HIS WESTERN SWING GANG
Nobody Loves Me (A)
(Clements) (No Publisher Noted)
It’s My Life (B)
(Clements) (No Publisher Noted)

“Nobody Loves Me” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10013
“It’s My Life” was reissued on BLACK & WHITE 10014

BLAZON 11
ZEKE CLEMENTS AND HIS WESTERN SWING GANG
I’ll Face The World With A Smile (A)
()
?
()

“I’ll Face The World With A Smile” was reissued BLACK & WHITE 10017.

Hear "You Left A Red Cross On My Heart"

Listing originally published in The Hillbilly Researcher # 6 – January / February 1990. Acknowledgement - Dave Sax.

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