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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

HUMMING BIRD 1000 SERIES #2


HUMMING BIRD 1004
GEORGE EDGIN
Casey Jones and the Western Mail
()
Pine Knot Cannon Ball
()




HUMMING BIRD 1004 sound files courtesy of Dave Sax.

HUMMING BIRD 1005
JERRY IRBY AND HIS TEXAS RANCHERS
Trouble in Mind (1005.A)
(Unknown) (No Publisher Noted)
Crying My Eyes Out (1005.B)
(Jerry Irby) (No Publisher Noted)




HUMMING BIRD 1006
PAPPY TYLER AND HIS MELODY FIVE
Ghoulson Valley Waltz (1006.A)
(Tyler - DeLamar) (No Publisher Noted)
The Breakdown (1006-B)
(Unknown) (No Publisher Noted)




Note: HUMMING BIRD 1006 was reissued on IMPERIAL 8126; where “Ghoulson Valley Waltz” was re-titled "Honky Tonk Waltz"

Monday, 29 November 2010

HUMMING BIRD 1000 SERIES #1


HUMMING BIRD RECORD CO.
1201 CHENEVERT ST. HOUSTON 3. TEXAS
(Issues 1005 thru 1009)


HUMMING BIRD 1001
JERRY IRBY AND HIS TEXAS RANCHERS
Jack, Ain't You Ever Coming Back (1001.A) (deadwax ACA 1851)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
After Today (1001.B) (deadwax ACA 1850)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: ACA Files note client for ACA 1850 / 1851 as LUCKY 7.




HUMMING BIRD 1002
WOODY CARTER AND HIS HOEDOWN BOYS
Goodbye Broadway, Hello San Antone (1002.A) (deadwax ACA 1932)
(Jack Gillis – Johnny Haralson) (No Publisher Noted)
When We Dance (1002.B) (deadwax ACA 1933)
(Jack Gillis – Johnny Haralson) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: ACA Files note client for ACA 1932 / 1933 as HUMMING BIRD.




HUMMING BIRD 1003
FRANCES TURNER with JERRY IRBY AND HIS TEXAS RANCHERS
Happy, The Easter Bunny (1003.A)
(Lester Woytek) (No Publisher Noted)
Cattle Call (1003.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)




Note: HUMMING BIRD 1003.A: Although label gives title as noted above, lyric refers to “Hoppy, The Easter Bunny”

Sunday, 28 November 2010

Saturday, 27 November 2010

KARL & HARTY on HARMONY RECORDS


HARMONY 1079
KARL DAVIS AND HARTY TAYLOR
What's Wrong With Women Today? (COO 4487)
(Davis - Taylor) (No Publisher Noted)
Ain't You Ashamed? (COO 4489)
(Davis - Taylor) (No Publisher Noted)




The above recordings were cut at Karl and Harty's last COLUMBIA session, which was held in Chicago on the 4th December 1945. The material was issued on the HARMONY label, a COLUMBIA subsidiary, around October 1949.

Friday, 26 November 2010

HARMIE SMITH on RCA



RCA 20-1869
HARMIE SMITH AND THE SOUTHERN SWINGSTERS
It’s Nobody’s Fault But My Own (20-1869.A)
(Bill Nettles – Harmie Smith) (No Publisher Noted)
Knocking At Your Door (20-1869.B)
(Harmie Smith) (No Publisher Noted)




RCA 20-1996
HARMIE SMITH AND THE SOUTHERN SWINGSTERS
Weary Trouble On My Mind (20-1996.A)
(Harmie Smith) (No Publisher Noted)
Tomorrow Begins Another Year (20-1996.B)
(Harmie Smith – Webb Pierce) (No Publisher Noted)




RCA 20-1869 dates from circa June 1946, RCA 20-1996 dates from circa November 1946. Note: Webb Pierce co-wrote “Tomorrow Begins Another Year”. Lead guitarist is probably Owen Perry.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

4 STAR OP 102


(deadwax 3739)




(deadwax 3738)





OP 102 was also released on 4 STAR X-36 and 4 STAR 1449. I am not sure which came first, the OP or the 4 STAR releases; although given that the OP release has 4 STAR master numbers in the deadwax I suspect that one or both of the releases on 4 STAR predate the OP release.

CIO (Congress Of Industrial Organisations) sponsored a series of 15 minute transcribed radio programmes featuring Texas Bill Strength, these programmes originated from Radio Station WGST, Atlanta, Georgia. In its heyday Strength’s transcribed show was broadcast by 126 stations.


Tuesday, 23 November 2010

LANNY WALKER




LANNY WALKER
Triflin' Mamma Blues

Monday, 22 November 2010

LANNY WALKER


I erroneously posted Lanny Walker's "Teardrop In My Heart" credited to Hank Sadler. Derek questioned whether or not I had posted the correct file, I was adament that I had, but he was of course correct and I stand suitably abashed by my error. I have also posted the correct Hank Sadler recording (see: Hank Sadler #3).

Please Note: "Teardrop In My Heart" jumps at start

This is presumably the Lannie Walker who recorded for BLUE HEN.

Sunday, 21 November 2010

CONTRACT RECORDS #3


CONTRACT 8252
WADE BAKER – A RENFRO VALLEY ARTIST
Long Gone From Bowling Green (8252.A) (Deadwax RV-1002)
(Handy) (No Publisher Noted)
You Can’t Make Me Cry Anymore (8252.B) (Deadwax RV-1001)
(Covington – Lair) (No Publisher Noted)

“Long Gone From Bowling Green” was also issued on RADIO 1052 (A)



Saturday, 20 November 2010

CONTRACT RECORDS #2


CONTRACT 8151
FAIRLEY HOLDEN – A RENFRO VALLEY ARTIST
Keep Them Cold Icey Fingers Off Of Me (8251.A)
(Deadwax RV-1004) (Lair) (No Publisher Noted)
THE HOLDEN BROTHERS - RENFRO VALLEY ARTISTS
Sweetheart Mountain Rose (8251.B) (Deadwax RV-1003)
(Lair) (No Publisher Noted)

“Keep Them Cold Icey Fingers Off Of Me” was also issued on RADIO 1051 (A)


Friday, 19 November 2010

CONTRACT RECORDS

Not sure where the CONTRACT label was based, or when it was in business, but it seems to have had some connection with the Renfro Valley Barn Dance. Musically the material sounds like it originated in the mid / late forties. I am aware of three releases on the label, and will feature these discs over the next three days.


CONTRACT 6551
RANDY ATCHER
I Can’t Forget You (6551.A) (Deadwax CR-4.A)
(Atcher) (No Publisher Noted)
Make Up Your Mind (6551.B) (Deadwax CR-3.A)
(Atcher) (No Publisher Noted)


Wednesday, 17 November 2010

HANK SADLER #3




HANK SADLER
I'VE GOT ANOTHER IN MIND
(H. Sadler)

HANK SADLER
TRAVELIN' BLUES

(Rodgers)



Tuesday, 16 November 2010

HANK SADLER #2


HANK SADLER
"TEACH ME TO PRAY"

Monday, 15 November 2010

HANK SADLER #1


HANK SADLER
"CRYIN' HEART"

Sunday, 14 November 2010

4 STAR OP 107






BLUE FLAME OP 107 dates from December 1950

Saturday, 13 November 2010

BLUE RIBBON (OHIO)


BLUE RIBBON
Manufactured by RICE RECORDING Co.
PATRIOT. OHIO

BLUE RIBBON 101




BLUE RIBBON 102
MARTY LICKLIDER’S MISSOURI FOX HUNTERS
In Our Little Home Sweet Home (Vocal – Licklider Brothers) (102.A)
(Rice – Fletcher) (No Publisher Noted)
I’ll Never Believe You Again(Vocal – MartyLicklider) (102.B)
(Licklider – Shurtz) (No Publisher Noted)

NOTE: BLUE RIBBON 102 was mentioned in BILLBOARD on 26th JULY 1947, the report stated that this was Licklider's first release on the label.


Friday, 12 November 2010

SCORE RECORDS



The SCORE Label, part of the ALADDIN set up, was primarily a vehicle for R&B, Jazz, and Black Gospel releases. However, tucked away in the 4000 series was a solitary Hillbilly release, which was tagged as Folk!

SCORE 4007
BOB MORRIS AND HIS ROUND UP BOYS
Good-Bye To Love (Deadwax AL 622)
(“Teepee” Mitchell – Lew Porter) (ASCAP)
Go Away, Go Away, Go Away (Deadwax AL 623)
(“Teepee” Mitchell – Lew Porter) (ASCAP)




Michel Ruppli's ALADDIN / IMPERIAL LABELS (Greenwood Press 1991) notes that Bob Morris recorded four songs for SCORE on 26th January 1949. It further states that backing was provided by Smokey Rogers' band. The two unissued recordings are:

Empty Heart (AL 620)
Cry Baby Cry (AL 621)

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

WALLIE & TEX ISABELL ON EDDIE’S


2818 DOWLING ST. HOUSTON. TEXAS

Andy Brown has already featured Elmer Christian's release on EDDIE'S in his excellent "WIRED FOR SOUND" Blogg. http://wired-for-sound.blogspot.com/2010_04_18_archive.html. Here is another Hillbilly offering on the label, this time issued in the regular 1200 series.

EDDIE’S 1219
WALLIE & TEX ISABELL
The Good Old Days (1219.A)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)
Sugar Cain Gal (1219.B)
(No Composer Credit) (No Publisher Noted)



Monday, 8 November 2010

JET RECORDS 1926 thru 1929


JET 1926 (22)
BENNIE HESS
Forever Gone (1926.A) [(ACA) 3268]
(Hess) (No Publisher Noted)
BENNIE HESS AND HIS NATION PLAY BOYS (sic)
Country Style Boogie (1926.B) [(ACA) 3267]
(Grace McPhail) (No Publisher Noted)

Billboard: 3rd December 1955




JET ????
BENNIE HESS
Treasured Memories [(ACA) 3266]
()
Haunted Heart [(ACA) 3269]
()

Note:
Hess later released the version above or a remake of “Treasured Memories” on PEARL Records. (Dave Sax)

JET 1927
DOYLE JONES
Eve Invented the Blues [(ACA) 3271]
()
King of Nothing [(ACA) 3270]
()

Note:
ACA files note client for ACA 3266 thru 3271 as “Oked Records”
Material mastered on 25th and 27th October 1955
Billboard: 3rd December 1955

JET ????
DIXIE EVANS
Foolish [(ACA) 3272]
()
You Been Cheatin’ [(ACA) 3273]
()
You Slipped In The Heart Of Me [(ACA) 3274]
()

Note:
If JET 1928 was actually released, It seems possible that Dixie Evans was the artist and that one side was # 3272, seeing that this side was recut.

JET 1929
BENNIE HESS
I Dreamed About Christmas Last Night [(ACA) 3275]
()
Oh, The Man In The Moon Is Santa Claus [(ACA) 3276]
(Elsie Pierce Wilks) (Peeples BMI)

Note: Billboard: 3 December 1955

Note:
ACA files note client for ACA 3272 thru 3276 as “Oked / Jet”
Material mastered 28th October 1955. ACA 3272 was recut 8th December 1955.

Just before we posted this listing, we saw – and heard – a record by a jump blues band with the number 1419, which is obviously a reversal of the first number, 1914. This release appears to be roughly contemporary with JET 1918:

Thanks to John Tefteller for the information on JET 1419.

JET 1419
LENARD ANDERSON & HIS SNATCH WIGS
I Know That Knock (Vocal - Grant Clark) (1419-A)
(Manuel Charles) (No publisher Noted)
Live Or Die (Vocal - Grant Clark) (1419-B)
(Manuel Charles) (No publisher Noted)

Note:
None of these recordings were made at ACA. The ones that have ACA master numbers in brackets were mastered there. That is why they have ACA master numbers but do not say “ACA” in the run off grooves.

A later Jet label from Houston (which specialized in R&B) is unrelated.

Listing compiled by information supplied by (in alphabetical order) Andy Brown, Dave Sax, and Al Turner. Andy Brown also provided ACA details.

JET RECORDS 1923 & 1924 (Plus)


JET 1923 (19)
HARVEY CHAMBERS HIS SOUTHLAND GUITAR & BAYOU STRINGS
Gumbo Jubilee (1923.A) [(ACA) 3249]
(Harvey & Mattie Chambers) (Acuff-Rose Pub. BMI)
Crawfish Gumbo ( 1923.B) [(ACA) 3248]
(Harvey & Mattie Chambers) (Acuff-Rose Pub. BMI)

Billboard: 12th November 1955





JET 1924 (20)
BENNIE HESS
Queen Of Sylvan Beach (1924.A) [(ACA) 3250]
(Hess) (No Publisher Noted)
Another Man’s Bride (1924.B) [(ACA) 3251]
(Gossett) (No Publisher Noted)

Note:
(ACA) 3249 thru 3251 were mastered for 45rpm on 7th September 1955. Billboard: 12th November 1955




JET ????
DIXIE EVANS
First Time We Kissed [(ACA) 3255]
()
I See You As You Really Are [(ACA) 3256]
()

JET ????
GORDEN CLARK
I Know That Knock [(ACA) 3257]
()
Live Or Die [(ACA) 3258]
()

Note:
(ACA) 3255 thru 3258 were mastered on 14th September 1955

Sunday, 7 November 2010

JET RECORDS 1918 thru 1922

JET 1918 (14)
HOUSTON SLIM – JET STAFF BAND
Turn Back The Clock To Davy Crockett (JE-1918.A)
(Wilks – Hamlin)
Golden Goose (JE-1918.B)
(Z. Compton)

Billboard: 27th August 1955

JET 1919
SLEEPY SKIDMORE & THE LAZY BOYS
Whatta’ya Think I’m Gonna Do (1919.A)
()
I’m Sending You This Record (1919.B)
()

Billboard: 27th August 1955


JET 1920 (16)
BENNIE HESS
You Are In My Heart To Stay (1920.A) [(ACA) 3215]
(Hess) (No Publisher Noted)
You Can’t Catch A Fish Where There’s No Water (1920.B) [(ACA) 3214]
(Hess) (No Publisher Noted)

Note:
78rpm release of JET 1920 only has 1920 A/B on label & deadwax
Billboard: 13th August 1955




JET 1921
BOB JEETER
Won’t You Take a Look
() (Peoples BMI)
Don’t Tell Those Stories
() (Peoples BMI)

Billboard: 13th August 1955



JET 1922 (18)
TRUDY & FLOYD
Why Do I Cry (1922.A) [(ACA) 3213]
(Floyd Boulet) (No Publisher Noted)
I Don’t Aim To Ask You For Nothin’ (1922.B) [(ACA) 3212]
(Floyd Boulet) (No Publisher Noted)

Note
(ACA) 3213 thru 3215 were mastered for 45rpm on 6th July 1955
Billboard: 13th August 1955



Saturday, 6 November 2010

JET RECORDS 1914 thru 1917



JET RECORDS
5621 Washington, Houston, Tx.

Label Owned by Bennie Hess & Leo Holmes

JET 1914 (10)
BENNIE HESS – Singing with String Band
Honky Tonk Town (1914.A) (Delta 3462)
(B. Hess) (No Publisher Noted)
Travelin’ Blues (1914.B) (Delta 3461)
(Shelly Lee Alley – J. Rodgers) (No Publisher Noted)

Note:
Delta 3461 / 3462 = c. February / March 1955
Billboard: 4th June 1955




JET 1915 (11)
MARIE CORLEY “AMERICAS BLUES GIRL” (sic)
Lonesome Blues (1915.A) (Delta 3742)
(M. Corley) (No Publisher Noted)
Memories Of You ( 1915.B) (Delta 3741)
(M. Corley) (No Publisher Noted)

Note:
Delta 3741 / 3742 = March 1955
Billboard (R&B review): 4th June 1955




Please Note: The topside of my copy of JET 1915 jumps, I have included that faulty recording here as I believe that this is quite an intersting record.


JET 1916 (12)
SHELLY LEE ALLEY – JET STAFF BAND
Some How (1916.A) [(ACA) 3193]
(S. Alley – B. Hess) (No Publisher Noted)
Cold Cold Ways ( 1916.B) [(ACA) 3194]
(S. Alley – B. Hess) (No Publisher Noted)

Billboard: 10th September 1955




JET 1917 (?)
ANN AND TOMMY
Darlin’ I Love You [(ACA) 3191]
()
You Broke My Heart [(ACA) 3192]
()

Note:
(ACA) 3191 thru 3194 were mastered for 45rpm on 1st June 1955
This date suggests a virtually certain 1917 number

THE BENNIE HESS LABELS (PART TWO)

By Dave Sax



JET RECORDS
“Zooming The World With Hits”


So proclaimed the attractively designed scarlet label together with our Bennie’s favourite little fib: “Manufactured by Jet Record Co., Hollywood, Calif.” dnd the usual “Full Range”. By Jet 1920 the Hollywood, Calif. Part of the label had been blanked out.

So it is at Jet that we return to keep the promise made in Hillbilly Researcher No. 28 [hey – we didn’t say when] and resume our coverage as we reach the second phase of Bennie Hess’ record labels. We left Hess as his once promising Opera label took a nose dive in 1951 after Billboard had reviewed the last known release in March. His label had once shown great promise and he as an artist had signed with Mercury in 1948. His two releases sold well in a number of markets but Mercury soon lost interest when he bootlegged the second record on his own label. A repentant Hess has often recalled his mistake as the moment that took away success when he was on ‘the brink of stardom’.

He had first started in the record business as one of Bill Quinn’s partners in the Gulf label in 1945 before Quinn went out to greater success with his own Gold Star label. Hess then briefly recorded for Black & White before starting Opera. The 1948 recording ban actually benefited him as did the resurgence of interest in French Cajun Music in the area of South Louisiana. His recording of the Iry LeJeune’s “Love Bridge Waltz” resulted in the first good selling Cajun accordion record since the latter days of the 20s. At this point the area had only two local labels but they were barely in operation. J. D. Miller’s Fais Do Do label was in remission and Eddie Shuler’s Goldband label was purely a vanity venture for his own band with one or two releases a year. Opera put out a series of fine fiddle Cajun records by Floyd LeBlanc and Charlie Broussard and achieved the distribution to get the records out there to Cajun homes and juke boxes.

In a sense a victim of his own success, Virgel Bozman had by 1949 signed up Floyd LeBlanc for his new OT label while Eddie Shuler at the same time created a Folk Star label for the express purpose of recording Iry LeJeune. As seen from our listing, Opera made no apparentl effort to develop new artists, instead becoming purely an outlet for Bennie’s own releases, which become increasingly scarce after his Mercury firing. There was one exception with fiddler C. F. Pevoto at # 1021 before the label ended with its final Hess release.

We also included Bennie’s Oked label, being aware of three releases and at least one gap. Nothing new has since been discovered that I am aware of. The first at # 1153 started the secondary number system that would become more evident with the Jet label listing. It seems likely that we estimated the time period of Oked incorrectly, not difficult to do seeing as the label is virtually non-existant, and that it almost certainly followed Opera. 1153 was a lush affair (“A Master Voice Recording”) but 1155 is on plain white paper not too different from the cheap labels seen on a number of records from around the 1952 period. The latter record has Pevoto again together with Bennie masquerading as Buddy Page on the flipside.

The last Oked we know of is of Bennie Leaders on a new series at Oked 1050, both sides being R&B covers. “Hey Miss Fannie” was recorded by The Clovers in August 1952 which probably places Leaders’ early example of Cat Music at around the end of the year. This appears to be a one-off and we can assume that the 1153 series had already ended by this time. Unless there is another label or series of which we know nothing, Bennie then took more than a 2 year pause before joining forces with Leo Holmes to start Jet in around May 1955. The label starts at a number 1914 with a secondary number (10) and featured our man in fine updated Jimmie Rodgers format but the label soon expanded to become his first truly professionally orientated label. He recorded his old pal Shelly Lee Alley for his final record but also put out releases by local talent like George Chambers, Houston Slim, Sleepy Skidmore and Doyle Jones.

It appears that in the early stages the 78 rpms were often pressed first and that Jet later went to ACA for 45 rpm masters [no extra charge for the swish]. Hess and Holmes worked around the practice of releasing a batch of records, with one by Hess featured each time. For the second batch, the Hess at 1920 sold pretty well and is one of his finest records sung in current Hillbilly Music style but the others sunk without trace. Indeed the existence of one is only proven by a Billboard mention. For the next batch 4 releases were planned and mastered by ACA, headed up by good releases by Harvey Chambers and, of course, Hess. Chambers sold pretty well but he was not too popular when he insisted on publishing his songs with Acuff-Rose and getting paid [gasp]. He encountered the same problem when he recorded a superb record for Eddie Shuler as Hopeless Homer the next year. Shuler told this writer that he only released him because the session was simply so good. But he refrained from doing so again and heard a couple of years later that Chambers had passed away.

One other record probably escaped as Jet 1925 but we cannot be sure if it was the planned coupling by Gorden Clark or that by one Dixie Evans. A Google search turns up a white burlesque dancer who performed for black audiences and we wonder. . . . Maybe the partners were still a little encouraged because two releases at least showed up on the radar screen because they soon shelled out for a block of masters from ACA {masters 3266 to 3276), with ACA showing the client as Oked or Oked/Jet. There were no less than 3 Hess couplings including the wonderful but impossible “Country Style Boogie” and an even rarer Christmas record timed for the 1955 holidays as # 1929. This is presumed to be the last record. A record by Doyle Jones, his future partner in Spade Records, was also released and maybe something appeared on Jet 1928. If so it was either another recorded effort by Ms. Jones or the third record by Hess himself. All will become clear in the listing.

Jet is the most collectable label for Hillbilly fans but the records didn’t even zoom around Houston and represent a total business failure, while Jet instantly became forgotten history in the 5 cent bins. The time period and a general fall in sales for Hillbilly Music didn’t help and there is no doubt that they were just a little too ambitious. Having to press on two speeds for much of the time couldn’t have helped either and distribution seems to have been limited to Pappy Daily Distributors. No small amount of cash must have been paid out on recording and paying ACA for stampers but the space of time between that work being done and the records getting on to the market shows an obvious shortage of cash flow. It is clear that a number of completed masters never got pressed at all. Holmes must have been deterred but Hess remained as hopeful as ever as he joined forces with Doyle Jones and adapted to the times by signing Vern Pullens and Ray Doggett. We will catch up with Spade, his most famous Endeavour, next time.

Friday, 5 November 2010

BABE SIMS

BABE SIMS
WHEN GOD MADE YOU
(HE THREW THE PATTERN AWAY)

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

AL DEXTER #2





AL DEXTER
IN THE DAYS OF YESTERDAY

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

TREPUR RECORDS


This particular series seems to comprise only of 78rpm releases and clearly predates the more familiar RIDGECREST / TREPUR labels that ran from the mid Fifties into the sixties. Based in LaGrange. Georgia, the label was owned by Rupert McClendon (TREPUR is Rupert backwards)

TREPUR 10
ERNEST McCLENDON WITH RUPERT McCLENDON’S MELDOY BOYS
I’ll Get By Without You (A-10)
()
Plant Some Flowers By My Grave (B-10)
()

TREPUR 20
THE ALSABROOK QUARTET
Do Right And Come Smiling Thru (A-20)
(Terry Pillow) (Stamps Baxter)
God Is Love (B-20)
(Roy Rippetoe) (Stamps Baxter)

Note: TREPUR 20 is a Research Craft pressing

TREPUR 30 (No Information)



TREPUR 40
DANNY PATE AND HIS RHYTHM BOYS
You’re Gonna Love Me A Little I’ll Betcha (Trep 40-1)
(Pate) (Peer BMI)
Blue, Blue Me (Trep 40-2)
(Pate) (Peer BMI)




TREPUR 50
JOHNNIE DUGGAR AND HIS POOLTOWN GOSPEL BAND
Far Above The Starry Sky
(Sisk) (Stamps Baxter SESAC)
Where Could I Go
(Coats) (Stamps Baxter SESAC)




Thanks to Dave Sax, and Phil Tricker.