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Tuesday, 24 August 2010


Detroit. Michigan

I Wonder Where My Daddy Goes On Payday Night (E4KB 670)
(Cal Davis) (No Publisher Noted)
Loving Lifetime (E4KB 671)
(Ted Hall) (No Publisher Noted)

Note: RCA Custom Pressing = 1954.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for "I Wonder Where My Daddy Goes On Payday Night." Great title, decent lyrics, but nevertheless, it might just be one of the worst records on record, between the wobbly vocal and the so-called fiddling. I can't wait to send it to some of my friends who are appalled by GOOD honky-tonk music. They clearly have no taste, so perhaps they won't even be able to tell the difference. Sad, isn't it?