Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hank Barnes

Valley Records was most likely an offshoot of the Rimrock label (owned by Wayne Raney), since it's from the same state and has the same type of label (font, color, etc).  VS 313 "Searching For My Mothers' Grave / The Blue House Trimmed In White" was posted a few years back on the Red Neckerson blog.  Not sure if this record had a picture sleeve like the other one.

Valley VS 312
Year: ? (probably around 1964-66)
Label location: Ozark, Arkansas
Pressed by: Nashville Record Productions, Inc.

Your Crying Heart

Some Other's Arms

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1 comment:

Mellow said...

Another hint it's a Rimrock custom is the Oleta Publishing, which was also owned by Wayne Raney. I doubt it was pressed by Nashville Record Production, simply because Raney had his own pressing plant and Nashville Rec. Prod. was a mastering service. My best guess is that Raney sent the tapes to Nashville to have them mastered and pressed the records on his own.