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Saturday, 2 October 2010
ROSE CITY RECORDS (Part Two)
ROSE CITY RCR 1004 ROY JACKSON & HIS NORTHWESTERNERS At The Drug Store Cowboy’s Ball (Vocal – Roy Jackson) (1004.A) (deadwax A 9550) (Martin) (No Publisher Noted) Li’l Liza Jane (Vocal – Dave Yeary & Trio) (1004.B) (deadwax A 9551) (De Lachau) (No Publisher Noted)
ROSE CITY RCR 1004 has the following musicians listed on the label. R. Jackson (Clarinet); K. Duncan (Violin); M. Martin (Accordion); B. McKethen (Guitar); D. Yeary (Bass).
ROSE CITY RCR 1005 HECK, THE SINGING COWBOY The Talkin’ Blues (Vocal Cowboy Heck) (1005.A) (deadwax A 9552) (Glosson) (No Publisher Noted) You Can’t Break The Chains Of Love (Vocal – Cowboy Heck) (1005.B) (deadwax A 9553) (Porter – Wakely)
ROSE CITY RCR 1006 HECK, THE SINGING COWBOY Hang Out The Front Door Key (Vocal Cowboy Heck) (1006.A) (deadwax A 9554) (Chappelear) (No Publisher Noted) Foggy River (Vocal Cowboy Heck) (1006.B) (deadwax A 9555) (Rose) (No Publisher Noted)
ROSE CITY 1005 / 1006 have the following musicians listed on the label. H. Flateau (Guitar); D. Yeary (Guitar); R. Jackson (Bass).