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Sunday, 5 October 2014

THE MILLER BROTHERS - SOME EARLY RECORDINGS

Before recording for the 4 STAR label, the Miller Brothers made a dozen sides for a DELTA Label, first in Dallas, and then (later) in Wichita Falls. Here we have the four sides, recorded around 1947, at the ULTRA TONE Recording Studios in Dallas. According to Prague Franks' Miller Brothers discography  the band's line up was  Jay Starnes (Vocal – where noted). Sam Gibbs (Guitar), Leon Gibbs (Fiddle), Nat Gibbs (Bass), Lee Cochran (Trumpet), Forrest Fulcher (Sax), Clyde Smith (Sax), Pauline Fulcher (Piano), Bob Steed (Drums).


Dead Wax DR 101





Dead Wax DR 102


NOTE - FOLLOWING AUDIO FILES ARE NOISY



Dead Wax DR 103




Dead Wax DR 104


Thanks To Phil Tricker

MILLER BROTHER DISCOGRAPHY

countrydiscography.blogspot.com/2012/05/miller-brothers.html



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