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Thursday, 17 January 2013



I have no idea if these two recordings were ever issued, but a Bobby Watkins had a release on STOMPER TIME (859) in the late Fifties, as both songs ("I Just Don't Love You" b/w "I Just Can't Wait") were written by Watkins Bros, I assume that this was the same outfit. The STOMPER TIME material is not streactly speaking Country or Hillbilly, although there is a steel guitar on one of the recordings.

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