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Tuesday, 5 April 2011


In June last year I ran a list of the two known (known to me that is) releases on FERNWOOD. I now find that there was at least five releases on this label. The two posted back last year dated from 1952, whereas the release posted here dates from 1954

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  1. Does this mean the 3 listed here Fernwood (VA) 78 -1, 78 -2, 78- 3, were only issued on 78rpm & the 2 not listed Fernwood (VA) 45 - 1 DJ's Jamboree / Jimmie Rogers will never die (1959) Fernwood (VA) 45 - 2 Yes Siree, Yes Siree / Living In ThePast (1960) reused the 1 + 2 issued numbers? There website is here http://phelpsbrothers.tripod.com/index.html
    There is also a cd out of Unissued Fernwood Phelps Brothers recordings some featuring Galloping Cliff Gallup on Guitar who latter joined Gene Vincents Blue Caps. also sure this on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200573807003 Fernwood (VA) 78 - 5 Talk To The Lord / Family Reunion In Heaven