Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Underbeats





The Underbeats were one of the most successful local Minneapolis bands of the 1960s. This one is from 1966. Here's link to a fan page

Book Of Love


b/w Darling Lorraine

Monday, November 29, 2010

Jimmy McCracklin





1958. This record is a bit out of sync in respects to my previous posts, but I have the record and may as well put it up. It was one of the records in John Lennon's portable jukebox.

The Walk


b/w I'm To Blame

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Bell 42





This is one actually made me laugh out loud when I first put it on.



It's You That I Love

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Buddy Starcher




This is a Columbia test pressing from 1949. It's 7'', at 33 1/3 rpm.

New Wildwood Flower


Walk Lightly, You're Stepping On My Heart

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Bernie Roberts


Pageant F-700
Year: 1954

Over Three Hills

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Tops EP 45 S8



More from the folk at Tops.

Mediafire

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Country & Western Hits # 281



I'll Go Home And Cry All Night


Sam Hill

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

June Webb




This record is from the year 1958.

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry


Love

Friday, November 12, 2010

A rediscovered low-fi folk singer



Home recordings from the mid-fifties.

Mediafire Link

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Jimmy Newman



Another Jimmy C Newman 45 for y'all. This one reached #2 on the country charts in April 1957, and would have been number one that week if it wasn't for Ferlin Husky's "Gone". I personally prefer this record this Ferlin's. One month later, neither of them could compete with Elvis' "All Shook Up".

A Fallen Star


I Can't Go On This Way

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Johnnie & Jack (RCA EPA 4053)



Johnnie Wright was born in 1914 and is still alive. He is the husband of Kitty Wells. Jack died in a car accident in 1963. You can read about Johnnie and Jack here: CMT Jonnie & Jack

This EP was issued in July 1957, with a cover sleeve that I didn't get with the record.

Side 1
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again


Dream When You're Lonely


Side 2
I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye


Love Fever


All tracks in one Zipfile

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Bell 113



The corner of 12th Street & Vine doesn't exist anymore, which is sad. This one is from 1959.

Kansas City


Kookie,Kookie (lend me your comb)

Monday, November 8, 2010

Cager Rose (1st post)



All I know about Cager Rose is that he died in 1965 here in Minnesota, and was buried at Fort Snelling, which means he was in the military at some point in his life. The obit in Billboard also states that he had just returned from a tour with Red Foley. He wrote both of these songs.

Kay Bee 1169 (Kay Bank 3372)
Year: 1962

Why I'm So Sad And Blue

My Little Yo-Yo

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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Myrna Lorrie and Buddy DeVal





The Year was 1954, and Myrna was only 14.

Are You Mine


b/w You Bet I Kissed Him

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Bobby Lewis




This Lp is from 1968

Ordinary Miracle


Full Lp Zip

1. Ordinary Miracle
2. I Doubt It
3. Only For Me
4. Promises, Promises
5. It's Gonna Rain Today
6. Before Your Time
7. My Mind Is A Bridge For Your Memory
8. You Mean All The World To Me
9 Just For You
10. Before The Next Teardrop Falls

Friday, November 5, 2010

Jimmy Newman



I guess it wasn't until later that Jimmy put the "C" in his name and went Cajun. This is from 1959. Jimmy wrote this one, but I think George Jones had a bigger hit with it.

What'cha Gonna Do


b/w So Soon