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Friday, November 20, 2009

Carl Sauceman



*06-03-1922 Green County, TN, +28-01-2005
by Dick Grant, Al Turner, Dave Sax, Michel Ruppli.  Walt Saunders, Dick Spottswood,  Pete Kuykendall, Richard Thompson, Bill Daniels, Jeff Porterfield
SESSIONS
1947 WOPI Radio Station, Bristol, TN - J.P. Sauceman/Carl Sauceman and His Hillbilly Ramblers (John Paul (J.P.) Sauceman [vcl-1/bass], James Carl Sauceman [vcl-2/rh gt], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl-3/ld gt], Joseph “Joe” Price [?], Thomas Martin [banjo], Claude “Tiny” Day [bass], poss Benjamin “Benny” Sims [fiddle],poss Imogene Sauceman [?].Producer: James Hobart Stanton
000 9750 DAY DREAMING IN SORROW -1 Rich-R-Tone 419
001 9765 YOU TOLD ME YOUR LOVE WAS TRUE -2 Rich-R-Tone 419
002 3122 JUST A FADED PETAL FROM A BEAUTIFUL BOUQUET -2 -3 443
1948 WROL Radio Station, Knoxville, TN - Carl Sauceman, *and His Hillbilly Ramblers (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Josph “Joe” Price [vcl-1/?], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl-1/ld gt], Thomas Martin or Wiley Birchfield [banjo], Roy Madison “Junior” Huskey Jr. [bass], poss Ralph Mayo [fiddle])
003 4111 TEARDROPS Rich-R’-Tone 432
004 3115 PLEASE FORGIVE ME Rich-R’-Tone 437
005 3120 MY MOTHER IS GONE Rich-R’-Tone 432
006 4115 FOREVER WE MUST PART Rich-R’-Tone 436
007 3116 WE’LL MEET AGAIN, SWEETHEART 436
008 4116 YOU BROKE MY HEART Rich-R’-Tone 437
009 4122 CARELESS HANDS* -1 Rich-R’-Tone 443
ca. July 1948 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman and His Hillbilly Ramblers (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Carl Butler [rh gt], Claude "Tiny" Day [bass], poss Clarence "Tater" Tate [fiddle], Imogene Sauceman [?]. producer: Robert Murray Nash) [Mercury leased masters from Murray Nash]
010 1858/MNP-11 YOUR TROUBLE WAYS KEEP US APART 6130/Rounder 1013 1019 Sanctuary Indigo IGODCD-2535/1 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
011 1859/MNP-12 PLEASE DON'T MAKE ME CRY 6130/Rounder 1013 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
012 1860/MNP-13 SLEEP ON, MOTHER unissued
013 1861/MNP-14 WHAT WILL YOU SAY TO GOD? unissued
according some sources the session was held at WROL Radio Station Studio, 500 block Gay St., Knoxville, TN
ca September 1948 WROL Radio Station Studio, 500 block Gay St., Knoxville, TN - Carl Sauceman and His Hillbilly Ramblers (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [vcl/mandolin] Carl Butler [rh gt], Thomas Martin [banjo], Tiny Day [bass], poss Tater Tate [fiddle], Imogene Sauceman [?]. Producer: Robert Murray Nash)
014 2219 THE PALE HORSE AND HIS RIDER Mercury unissued
S LAST DAY 6169/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201¢015 2220 SOMEONE
015 2324 THE PALE HORSE AND HIS RIDER 6169 6173/Rounder 1019 Mercury 314 532 998-2, Juneberry CDR MP3-201
The above recording session may have taken place in Greenville, S.Car.
1949 WCYB Radio Station, Bristol, TN - The Sauceman Brothers (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [vcl/mandolin], poss Joe Stuart Jr.[ld gt], Thomas Martin [banjo], Carman Freeman [bass], Fuzzy Chamberlain [fiddle]. Producer: James Hobart Stanton)
016 3135 PRETTY POLLY Rich-R’-Tone 457/ Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
017 4134 LITTLE BIRDIE Rich-R’-Tone 457/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
1949 or 1950 WCYB Radio Station, Bristol, TN - The Sauceman Brothers with their Hillbilly Ramblers Quartet (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [vcl/mandolin], Joe Stuart Jr. [ld gt], Carl Butler [vcl/rh gt], Thomas Martin [banjo], Larry Richardson [banjo], poss. Curly Seckler [mandolin], Tater Tate [fiddle]. Producer: James Hobart Stanton)
018 1266 I’LL BE NO STRANGER THERE Rich-R’-Tone 701/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
019 1364 HALLELUJAH, WE SHALL RISE Rich-R’-Tone 701/Rounder 1017 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201 JSP JSPCD-7731
1950 [live-Farm and Fun Time 12:05-12:30]WCYB Radio Station, Bristol, TN - The Sauceman Brothers (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [vcl/mandolin], Joe Stuart Jr. [mandolin], Arville Freeman [fiddle])
01901 Intro Rebel REB-854 REB-2003
01902 PRETTY FLOWERS REB-854 REB-2003
01903 ROAD OF SADNESS REB-854 REB-2003
01904 BABY BLUE EYES REB-854 REB-2003
01905 THE LIFEBOAT SOON IS COMING REB-854 REB-2003
01906 THE LETTER THAT BROKE MY HEART REB-854 REB-2003
01907 Outro REB-854 REB-2003
1950 [live-Farm and Fun Time 12:05-12:30] WCYB Radio Station, Bristol, TN - The Sauceman Brothers (Carl Sauceman [ld vcl-1/tenor vcl-2/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [ld vcl-3/baritone vcl -4/gt/mandolin/bass], Curly Seckler [ld vcl-5/tenor vcl-6], Joe Stuart Jr. [vcl-7/bariton vcl-8/mandolin/banjo/gt], Carman Freeman [bass], Arville Freeman [fiddle])
01908 (Theme and Introduction) Copper Creek CCD-0124
01909 I’M NOT WORTH YOUR TEARS 2-3 CCD-0124
01910 ASHEVILLE -instr.- Copper Creek CCD-0124
01911 IT’S GLORY TO ME -2-3-8 CCD-0124
01912 NO LETTER IN THE MAIL -3-6 CCD-0124
01913 THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN -7 CCD-0124
01914 ANYWHERE IS HOME -2-3 CCD-0124
01915 DOWN THE ROAD -1 CCD-0124
01916 JIMMY BROWN THE NEWSBOY -5 CCD-0124
01917 FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN -instr.- CCD-0124
01918 (Closing Time) CCD-0124
1950 [live-Farm and Fun Time] WCYB Radio Station, Bristol, TN - The Sauceman Brothers (Carl Sauceman [ld vcl-1/tenor vcl-2/rh gt], J.P. Sauceman [ld vcl-3/baritone vcl -4/gt/mandolin/bass], Curly Seckler [ld vcl-5/tenor vcl-6], Joe Stuart Jr. [vcl-7/bariton vcl-8/bass vcl-9/mandolin/banjo/gt], Carman Freeman [bass], Arville Freeman [fiddle])
01919 (Theme and Introduction) Copper Creek CCD-0124
01920 ALCATRAZ ISLAND BLUES -2-3 CCD-0124
01921 I LOVE YOU UNTIL I AM DIZZY -3 CCD-0124
01922 KATY HILL -instr.- CCD-0124
01923 SHINE ON ME -1-4-5-9 CCD-0124
01924 DARLING COREY -1-6 CCD-0124
01925 BLUEGRASS BREAKDOWN -instr.- CCD-0124
01926 I AM A PILGRIM -1-7 CCD-0124
01927 RABBIT IN A LOG -1-4 CCD-0124
01928 WORKING ON A BUILDING -1-4-6-9 CCD-0124
01929 COTTON EYED JOE -instr.- CCD-0124
19 March 1952 [no.2562] Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman and Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Alfred Donald "Don" McHan [hmny vcl/banjo], poss. Monroe Fields [mandolin], J.P. Sauceman [bass/hmny vcl], James "Jim" Brock [fiddle]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
020 9850 HANDY MAN Capitol F 2121/Rounder 1019 Magnet MRCD0006 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
021 9851 GOODBYE MY LOVE F 2314/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
022 9852 PROMISE TRUE LOVE unissued
023 9853 WRAP MY BODY IN OLD GLORY F 2060/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
20 March 1952 [no.2563] Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman and Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Alfred Donald "Don" McHan [hmny vcl/banjo], poss. Monroe Fields [mandolin], J.P. Sauceman [bass/hmny vcl], James "Jim" Brock [fiddle]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
024 9854 DOWN THE ROAD TO LOVE F 2121/Rounder 1019 BACM CD D-157 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
025 9855 GOD'S SECRET WEAPON F 2060/Rounder 1019 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
026 9856 YOU'RE GONE unissued
027 9857 I'M NOT WORTH YOUR TEARS F 2314/Rounder 1019
ca. June 1953 Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman and Green Valley Boys Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], poss Monroe Fields [mandolin], Frederick “”Fred/“Sparkplug” Richardson [banjo], J.P. Sauceman [bass], James “Jim” Brock [fiddle], Alfred Donald “Don” McHan [hmny vcl])
028 E3-KB-3962 I’LL BE AN ANGEL TOO Republic 7047-45/Rounder 1019 Magnet MRCD-008 JSP JSPCD-7711, Juneberry CDR MP3-201
029 E3-KB-3963 WHITE CROSS MARKS HIS GRAVE Republic 7047-45/Rounder 1019 JSP JSPCD-7711, Juneberry CDR MP3-201
Spring 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman (Monroe Fields [mandolin] + unknown musicians. Producer: Troy Martin)
030 H7OW 2232 OH BOY, I LOVE HER Chic 1012
031 H7OW-2233 WHAT DO YOU HAVE PLANNED Chic 1012
1958 WRAG Radio Station, Carrollton, AL - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Quartet (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Monroe Fields [mandolin] Frederick Richardson [banjo])
032 I NEED A FRIEND (MCHAN) N and N-One N 503
033 I WANT TO TELL THE STORY N and N-One N 503
034 HOLD TO GOD'S UNCHANGING HAND N and N-One N 503
035 WALK-WALK-WALK N and N-One N 503
“N” and “N-ONE” Records was owned by Wayne Neil of Florence, Alabama.
ca October 1958 WRAG Radio Station, Carrollton, AL - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Kelso Herston [el gt], Peanuts Mongomery [el gt], Monroe Fields [mandolin])
037 SO-413 YOU CAN’T BE TRUE N-ONE 501, N 501
038 SO-414 WHO-AH 501 N 501
The 1st release was on N-ONE 501 which did not show ‘song times’ and the matrix nos. where enclosed by brackets
1959 WRAG Radio Station, Carrollton, AL - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Frederick Richardson [banjo], Monroe Fields [mandolin])
039 CP-2006 COME BACK, COME BACK Tagg T-505
040 CP-2007 TWISTING THE CHIMES T-505-2
ca February 1960 unknown - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Frederick Richardson [banjo], Monroe Fields [mandolin], Jim Brock [fiddle])
041 1338 NEVER SAY BYE BYE D 1127/BCD 15834
042 1339 COVIN HILL RAG D-1127/BCD 15834
ca August 1960 unknown - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Frederick Richardson [banjo], Monroe Fields [mandolin], Jim Brock [fiddle])
043 1400 I WALK A LONELY STREET D 1160/BCD 15835
044 1401 PLEASE BE MY LOVE D 1160/BCD 15835
ca March 1961 unknown - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Frederick Richardson [banjo], Monroe Fields [mandolin], Jim Brock [fiddle])
045 1476 LOVE DIVIDED BY THREE D 1193/BCD 15835
046 1477 LONELY WALTZ D 1193/BCD 15835
047 none GRANDMA ROCKS unissued/BCD 15835
28 March 1962 [live-WLAC TV Carl Sauceman Show] Nashville, TN -Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Robert "Bobby" Syskow [el gt], Buddy Rose [banjo], Monroe Fields [mandolin], Jim Brock [fiddle])
04701 DOWN WHERE THE WATERMELON GROWS
04702 WHO-AH
04703 WE’LL BE REWARDED
04704 TOO OLD TO CUT THE MUSTARD
1976 Champ Sound Studio, 1705 Church St., Nashville, TN - Carl Sauceman (Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [bass vcl/ld gt/fiddle/bass], Frederick Richardson [baritone vcl/banjo], Monroe Fields [tenor vcl/mandolin/bass], Josh Graves [dobro], Benny Martin [fiddle]. Producer: James Hobart Stanton)
048 A TRIBUTE TO THE KING Rich-R-Tone LP-8104S
049 CRAZY DREAMS LP-8104S
050 LOCKED AWAY FROM YOUR HEART LP-8104S
051 SALTY DOG BLUES LP-8104S
052 THE BLUEBIRD SINGS LP-8104S
053 WHO DONE IT LP-8104S
054 PAPA’S WAGON LP-8104S
055 GOLDEN RING LP-8104S
056 RIVER OF LOVE LP-8104S
057 LORD, PROTECT MY SOUL LP-8104S
058 SPARK PLUG RAG -instr.- LP-8104S
20 August 1976 [live-5th Annual Fern Lodge Bluegrass Festival ]Bossier City, LA - Carl Sauceman (Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [bass vcl/madolin])
unknown titles
21 August 1976 [live-5th Annual Fern Lodge Bluegrass Festival ]Bossier City, LA - Carl Sauceman (Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [bass vcl/madolin])
unknown titles
22 August 1976 [live-5th Annual Fern Lodge Bluegrass Festival ]Bossier City, LA - Carl Sauceman (Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [bass vcl/madolin])
unknown titles
5 January 1977 Reid Enterprises Sound Studio, 122 Two Valley Rd., Hendersonville, TN - Joe Stuart and Carl Sauceman (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl/ld gt], Billy Smith [rh gt], Gerald “Jerry” Sullivan [rh gt], Gordon Reid [banjo], Terry Smith [bass]. Producer/Engr: Gordon Reid)
059 I MIGHT HAVE KNOWN Atteiram API-L-1570
060 GRAVE ON THE GREEN HILLSIDE API-L-1570
061 MY MAIN TRIAL IS YET TO COME API-L-1570
062 LET US TRAVEL ON API-L-1570
063 PAY ME NO MIND API-L-1570
064 LONELY TOMBS API-L-1570
065 WILL THERE BE SWEETHEARTS IN HEAVEN API-L-1570
066 GO TAKE THE NEWS TO MOTHER API-L-1570
067 THE LEAVES MUSTN’T FALL API-L-1570
068 I AM A PILGRIM API-L-1570
069 ANYWHERE IS HOME API-L-1570
070 SHENANDOAH WALTZ API-L-1570
23 June 1977 [live-Red River Valley Bluegrass Festival] Coushatta, LA - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl/mandolin])
unknown titles
24 June 1977 [live-Red River Valley Bluegrass Festival] Coushatta, LA - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl/mandolin])
unknown titles
25 June 1977 [live-Red River Valley Bluegrass Festival] Coushatta, LA - Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys (Carl Sauceman [vcl/rh gt], Joseph Earl “Joe” Stuart Jr. [vcl/mandolin])
unknown titles

ALBUMS
Rounder 1019 Early Days Of Bluegrass. vol. 7:
Handy Man; A White Cross Marks The Grave; Your Trouble Ways Keep Us Apart; Pretty Polly; I'll Be No Stranger There; Wrap My Body In Old Glory; The Pale Horse And His Rider; Someone's Last Day;. Down The Road To Love; Goodbye My Love; I'm Not Worth Your Tears; Little Birdie; I'll Be An Angel Too; Please Don't Make Me Cry; God's Secret Weapon; Hallelujah We Shall Rise - 76 The Sauceman Brothers
Rich-R-Tone LP-8104S Tribute To The King (Bill Monroe): A Tribute To The King; Crazy Dreams; Locked Away From Your Heart; Salty Dog Blues; The Bluebird Sings; Who Done It; Papa’s Wagon; Golden Ring; River Of Love; Lord, Protect My Soul; Spark Plug Rag - 76 w. His Green Valley Boys
Atteiram API-L 1570 Together Again: I Might Have Known; Grave On The Green Hillside; My Main Trial Is Yet To Come; Let's Travel On; Pay Me No Mind; Lonely Tombs; Will There Be Sweethearts In Heaven; Go Take The News To Mother; Leaves Mustn't Fall; I Am A Pilgrim; Anywhere Is Home; Shenandoah Waltz - 78 w. Joe Stuart
Copper Creek CCCD 0124 The Sauceman Brothers On WCYB Bristol: Theme And Introduction; I'm Not Worth Your Tears; Asheville; It's Glory For Me; No Letter In The Mail; This Side Of Heaven; Anywhere Is Home; Down The Road; Jimmy Brown The Newsboy; Fire On The Mountain; Closing Theme; Theme And Introduction; Alcatraz Island Blues; I Love You Until I Am Dizzy; Katy Hill; Shine On Me; Darling Corey; Bluegrass Breakdown; I Am A Pilgrim; Rabbit In A Log; Working On A Building; Cotton-Eyed Joe; Closing Theme - 95 (radio shows)

EPs
N and N-One (1958) w. The Green Valley Quartet
N 503 I Need A Friend (McHan); I Want To Tell The Story / Hold To God's Unchanging Hand; Walk-Walk-Walk – 58 (MX: N 503-1/2)

SINGLES
Rich-R-Tone (1947-48)
419 Day Dreaming In Sorrow / You Told Me Your Love Was True ( and Carl Sauceman) - 10-09-48
432 Teardrops / My Mother Is Gone - unissued
436 Forever We Must Part / We’ll Meet Again, Sweetheart - unissued
437 You Broke My Heart / Please Forgive Me - unissued
443 Just A Petal From A Beautiful Bouquet / Careless Hands - 15-03-49 or 16-05-49
Mercury (1948) w. His Hillbilly Ramblers
6123 My Angel Sweetheart / Between The Lines - 08-48
6130 Your Trouble Ways Keep Us Apart / Please Don't Make Me Cry - 10-48
6169 The Pale Horse And His Rider / Someone's Last Day - unissued
6173 The Pale Horse And His Rider / Someone's Last Day - 03-49
Rich-R-Tone (1949-50)
457 Little Birdie / Pretty Polly - 28-02-50 The Sauceman Brothers
701 I'll Ne No Stranger There / Hallelujah We Shall Rise - 50 The Sauceman Brothers
Capitol (1952) w. Green Valley Boys
F2060 Wrap My Body In Old Glory / God's Secret Weapon - 04-52
F2121 Handy Man / Down The Road To Love - 06-52
F2314 Goodbye My Love / I'm Not Worth Your Tears - 12-52
Republic (1953)
7047-45 I'll Be An Angel Too / White Cross Marks The Grave - 07-53
Chic (1957)
1012 Oh Boy, I Love Him / What Do You Have Planned - 05-57
N and N-One (1958)
501 You Can't Be True / Who-Ah - 10-58
Tagg (1959)
T-505 Come Back, Come Back / Twisting The Chimes - 59
D (1960-61)
1127 Never Say Bye Bye / Covin Hill Rag - 28-03-60
1160 I Walk A Lonely Street / Please Be My Love - 12-09-60
1193 Love Divided By Three / Lonely Waltz - 27-05-61
 

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Acknowledgements

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.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
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