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Saturday, October 17, 2009

Jim Alley

by Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli

1961 unknown – Jim Alley
001 MO8W-1111 THE GREAT PRETENDER Pearl 1111/2
002 MO8W-1112 THE ALLEY CAT SCRATCH Pearl 1111/2
1961 unknown – Jim Alley
003 MO8W-4447 LONESOME FEELING Pearl 4447/8
004 MO8W-4448 DIG THAT ROCK & ROLL Pearl 4447/8
24 December 1965 [no 12702] poss. Hllywood, CA – Jim Alley [purchased masters]
005 60425 FIFTY A WEEK Tower 227
006 60426 I'M THE ONE WHO GAVE THE BRIDE AWAY unissued
007 60427 THAT'S A LIE Tower 227
008 60428 WHO, IT'S YOU unissued
ca. August 1967 Hollywood, CA – Jim Alley (Producer: Cliffie Stone & George Richey)
009 MB-22454 ONLY DADDY THAT'LL WALK THE LINE Dot 45-17051
010 MB-22455 unknown title
011 MB-22456 WHEN YOU WERE HERE 45-17051
ca March 1969 unknown – Jim Alley
012 JILL Columbia 4-44860
013 RACHEL 4-44860
ca October 1974 Nashville, TN – Jim Alley (Producer: Allen Reynolds)
014 C-125 IF I DIDN'T HAVE A DIME Avco CAV-606
ca January 1975 Nashville, TN – Jim Alley (Producer: Allen Reynolds)

Pearl (1961)
111/1112 The Great Pretender / The Alley Cat Scratch - 61
4447/8 Dig That Rock And Roll / Lonesome Feeling - 61
Tower (1966)
227 Fifty A Week / That's A Lie – 05-66
Dot (1967)
45-17051 Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line / When You Were Here - 10-67
Columbia (1969)
4-44860 Jill / Rachel - 05-69
Avco (1975)
CAV-606 Her Memory's Gonna Kill Me / If I Didn't Have A Dime - 02-75
CAV-614 I'd Like To Sleep Til I Get Over You / Her Memory Is Home Tonight – 06-75

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
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