Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Bill Thomas

The true heart of the rockies (at least for me) lies in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.  I will be working there this summer.
 

His second 45 on the Douglasville, Georgia label he co-owned with Mansour.
The first release was "How Can It Be / Lonely For a Day"   M&T 101 
(source: Bob)

M & T (Mansour & Thomas) 102
Year:  ???


Heart Of The Rockies

Peanuts And Popcorn

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3 comments:

DrunkenHobo said...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MEGA-EXTREMELY-RARE-45-BILL-THOMAS-1966-ORIGINAL-M-T-LABEL-ROCKABILLY-M-/300883057727?nma=true&si=qO5RXR20k5rovJBzrJczku2eKDM%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 say (1966) weather thats correct I don't know?

Mellow said...

For a "MEGA,EXTREMELY RARE *45*" this was quite cheap.

M. Carroll said...

Wow, the Wind River Mountains look amazing. Have a great time and thanks for all of the cool tunes!