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Friday, 7 May 2010

TALENT / STAR TALENT (Part Three)

TALENT 721
ALINE McMANUS (PIANO) WITH THE SONS OF THE ALAMO
You Call Everybody Darling (Vocal – Al Hesson) (A) (105) (deadwax 4* 1879)
(Martin – Trace - Watts) (No Publisher Noted)
Union Boogie Blues (Vocal – Buddy Walker) (B) (104) (deadwax 4* 1880)
(McManus) (No Publisher Noted)

TALENT 722
ALINE McMANUS AND HER PIANO
Dallas Blue Waltz (Vocal - George McCoy) (A) (209)
()
Television Boogie (Vocal - Jack Padgett) (B) (208)
()

TALENT 722 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 14th May 1949
TALENT 722 = BILLBOARD review 24th September 1949

TALENT 723
JACK PADGETT "THE TEXAS WRANGLER"
Peppermint Sticks (A) (207)
(Louise Erickson) (Metro. BMI)
Unrestrained By Time (B) (186)
(Key - Padgett) (Metro. BMI)

TALENT 724
RILEY CRABTREE
Lonely World (A) (194)
(Dora Tyler) (Hanna. BMI)
Flowers On My Mother's Grave (Recitation - Bob Hale) (B) (195)
(Crabtree) (Metro. BMI)

TALENT 725
BEN HALL
I Love You All The Time
()
A Dog And His Love For Me
()

TALENT 725 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 4th June 1949
TALENT 725 = BILLBOARD review 5th November 1949

TALENT 726
BUDDY WALKER "THE SMILING TROUBADOUR"
No Use To Be Apart (A) (141)
(Riley Crabtree) (Metro. BMI)
Why Did You Teach Me To Care (B) (143)
(Ferguson) (Metro. BMI)

TALENT 726 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 4th June 1949
TALENT 726 = BILLBOARD review 10th September 1949

TALENT 727
COWBOY DIXON
Everybody Wants My Picture (A) (160)
(Dixon) (No Publisher Noted)
My Love Again (B) (159)
(Dixon) (No Publisher Noted)

“Everybody Wants My Picture” has master # 215
deleted in dead wax.
“My Love Again” has master # 214 deleted in dead wax.

TALENT 727 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 4th June 1949
TALENT 727 = BILLBOARD review 12th November 1949

TALENT 728
BEN HALL'S MESA VALLEY BOYS
Little Angel With A Dirty Face (A) (112)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
River (B) (111)
(Ben Hall) (No Publisher Noted)

TALENT 729
JACK PADGETT "THE TEXAS WRANGLER"
Boogie Woogie Gal (A) (132) (deadwax 4* 1951)
(Jack Padgett) (No Publisher Noted)
Too Many Tomorrows (B) (133) (deadwax 4* 1952)
(Jack Padgett) (No Publisher Noted)

TALENT 729 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 5th November 1949

TALENT 730
JOE STEWART
Huntin' Blues (A) (115)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
Barefoot Boy With Boots On (B) (116)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

TALENT 730 = BILLBOARD Advance Release 15th October 1949
TALENT 730 = BILLBOARD review 15th October 1949


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