WELCOME

The term Hillbilly used here is designed
as a generic term to describe Country & Western Music of the nineteen
forties and fifties. Feel free to use any of the information contained herein for what ever
purpose you deem appropriate; however, please acknowledge The Hillbilly
Researcher, and any individual who contributed information used to compile
these listings.
If you wish to reproduce any
photograph that is contained in the Blogg, please check first with the
individual who supplied the original. This does not apply to label scans which
you are most welcome to copy and use.

Feedback is most welcome, as are any
additions or corrections to the published listings. Check back on earlier
listings as they are updated when new information is received. Also click on
the Comments button, some great feedback coming through, Thanks to everyone who
has taken the time to contribute, especially Johan for the BILLBOARD data.


Search This Blog

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

ACME (#1)


ACME 1000
RED MURRELL AND HIS OZARK PLAYBOYS
I’ve Got A New Baby (AC 60)
(Jack Williams) (No Publisher Noted)
Devil In Disguise (AC 61)
(Hensley – Murrell) (No Publisher Noted)

ACME 1001
RED MURRELL AND HIS OZARK PLAYBOYS
Naggin’ Wife (AC 62)
()
Count Those Broken Hearts (AC 63)
()

Note: ACME 1001 was reissued on GOLD SEAL A-230

ACME 1002
RED MURRELL AND HIS OZARK PLAYBOYS
There’ll Be Someone To Take Your Place (AC 64)
(Murrell – Hensley) (No Publisher Noted)
You Better Change Your Tune (AC 65)
(Murrell – Hensley) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: ACME 1002 was also issued on GOLD SEAL A-540

ACME 1003
RED MURRELL AND HIS OZARK PLAYBOYS
Forever Faithful (AC 66)
(Murrell – Hensley) (No Publisher Noted)
Hound Dog Blues (AC 67)
(Murrell – Hensley) (No Publisher Noted)


Hear "Hound Dog Blues"

No comments:

Post a comment