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Sunday, 14 November 2010

4 STAR OP 107

BLUE FLAME OP 107 dates from December 1950


  1. Any chance Carl Perkins heard this record? Does anybody know which location the label had?

  2. Thank you. Again I had only heard 1 side on a collector boppin' hillbilly cd & did not know the original label. More 4st op please the Drunken Hobo

  3. Archie was an Abilene, Texas area boy. He also had a rather lackluster release on Slim Willet's Edmoral release. Thanks so much for posting this... long been wanting to hear it.

    Keep waiting for the day that the Fred Crawford pops up here.