SESSION DISCOGRAPHY * ALBUMS DISCOGRAPHY * SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY

Country and crossover since 1920s and my favorite artists of all genres too...
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Glen Neaves

SESSIONS
by Dick Grant & Praguefrank (with acknowledgements to Dave Sax, Dick Spottswood & Pete Kuykendall)

1951 unknown - Glen Neaves & The Grayson County Boys
001 4796 BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG Folk Star 613/Rounder 1017 JSP JSP-77110 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
002 2674 THE OLD SWINGING BRIDGE Folk Star 613/Rounder 1017 JSP-77110 Juneberry CDR MP3-201
FOLK STAR was a ‘custom’ or ‘vanity’ label, whose relationship with RICH-R’-TONE was confirmed by a shared address in 1949 of 113 W. Main Street, Johnson City, Tn. ROUNDER 1017 is titled “THE RICH-R-TONE STORY - THE EARLY DAYS OF BLUEGRASS”.JSP JSP-77110 is titled “BLUEGRASS-SMALL INDEPENDENT LABEL SIDES 1951-1954”.JUNEBERRY CDR MP3-201 is titled “EARLY BLUEGRASS CLASSICS”
1961 unknown - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys
003 TOM DOOLEY Folkways FS 3811
004 LITTLE FRANKIE BAKER Folkways FA-3833
005 HANDSOME MOLLY Folkways FS 3811
006 DEVILISH MARY Folkways FS 3811
FS 3811 Traditional Music From Grayson and Carroll Counties (1962),
May 1962 unknown - Glen Neaves (Glen Neaves vcl/gt])
007 SUNNY SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN Folkways FA-3833
1963 [live-28th Annual Galax Old Fiddlers Convention] Galax, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys
00701 WHITEHOUSE BLUES Kanawha 302
May 1963 unknown - Glen Neaves (solo vcl/gt)
008 I'M GLAD MY WIFE'S IN EUROPE Folkways FA-3833
31 August 1963 Pipers Gap, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/gt/fiddle], Bobby Harrison [vcl/gt], Cullen Galyean [banjo], Ivor Melton [vcl/mandolin], Claudine Lambert [bass])
009 CHARMING BETSY Folkways FS-3839
010 PHILADELPHIA LAWYER Folkways FS-3839
011 FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN Folkways FS-3839
012 I'M GOING TO WALK WITH MY LORD Folkways FS-3839
013 RED ROCKING CHAIR Folkways FA-3833
014 WHITEHOUSE BLUES Folkways FA-3833
1964 unknown - Glen Neaves
015 unknown title
016 unknown title
017 unknown title
1967 Fries, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys
018 BANKS OF THE OHIO FH-3832
Folkways FH-3832 Bluegrass From the Blue Ridge: A Half Century of Change: Country Band Music of Virginia (1967)
1968 unknown - Glen Neaves
019 IN EIGHTEEN FORTY NINE Asch/Folkways AH 3831
020 LAWSON MURDED Asch/Folkways AH 3831
Asch AH 3831 Ballads and Songs of the Blue Ridge Mountains (1968)
1969 unknown - Glen Neaves
021 unknown title
022 unknown title
023 unknown title
20 August 1971 Fries, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/fiddle], Bobby Harrison [gt], Cullen Galyean/Jules Bartlett [banjo], Ivor Melton [mandolin], Roger Dalton [bass]. Producer: Eric H. Davidson)
024 OLD PRISONER'S SONG Folkways FS-3839
025 PIG IN A PEN Folkways FS-3839
026 JOHN HENRY Folkways FS-3839
027 LOVE ME, DARLING Folkways FA-3833
028 TRAIN 45 Folkways FA-3833
1972 unknown - Glen Neaves
029 unknown title
030 unknown title
031 unknown title
1974 unknown - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/fiddle], Bobby Harrison [gt], Cullen Galyean [banjo], Ivor Melton [mandolin], Roger Dalton [bass]. Producer: Eric H. Davidson)
032 DON'T GO OUT TONIGHT, MY DARLING Folkways FA-3830
033 WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN MOTHER Folkways FA-3830
034 FORTUNE Folkways FA-3830
035 CARELESS LOVE Folkways FA-3830
036 POOR ELLEN SMITH Folkways FA-3830
037 NIGGER TRADE Folkways FA-3830
038 WE'LL MEET AGAIN SWEETHEART Folkways FA-3830
039 BARBARA ALLEN Folkways FA-3830
040 LONG JOURNEY HOME Folkways FA-3830
041 DRUNKARD'S DREAM Folkways FA-3830
042 DRINKING FROM THE FOUNTAIN Folkways FA-3830
043 ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD TENNESSEE Folkways FA-3830
044 MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW Folkways FA-3830
045 WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM IN DIXIE Folkways FA-3830
046 CRIPPLE CREEK Folkways FA-3830
2 November 1974 Fries, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/fiddle], Michel Bedwell [gt]]
047 WHERE ARE YOU GOING, ALICE Folkways FS-3839
3 November 1974 Fries, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/fiddle/gt], Bobby Harrison [gt], Cullen Galyean [banjo], Ivor Melton [vcl/mandolin], Marvin Cockram [bass]. Producer: Eric H. Davidson)
048 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WALTZ Folkways FS-3839
049 TRAGIC ROMANCE Folkways FS-3839
050 BILL CHEATAM Folkways FS-3839
051 RUN NIGGER RUN Folkways FS-3839
052 LILY SHAW Folkways FS-3839
053 LET THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN Folkways FS-3839
November 1974 Fries, VA - Glen Neaves &The Virginia Mountain Boys (Glen Neaves [vcl/fiddle/gt], Bobby Harrison [gt], Cullen Galyean [banjo], Ivor Melton [vcl/mandolin], Roger Dalton [bass]. Producer: Eric H. Davidson)
054 LONESOME ROAD BLUES Folkways FA-3833
055 KNOXVILLE GIRL Folkways FA-3833
056 NOBODY'S DARLING Folkways FA-3833
057 LOST TRAIN BLUES Folkways FA-3833
058 IN THE PINES Folkways FA-3833
059 CLINCH MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN Folkways FA-3833
060 RED AND GREEN SIGNAL LIGHTS Folkways FA-3833
061 POOR RAMBLER Folkways FA-3833
062 JOHN HARDY Folkways FA-3833
063 LITTLE BIRDIE Folkways FA-3833
16/17 July 1982 Woodlawn, VA - The Virginia Mountain Boys (Bobby Harrison [gt], David Lamberth [gt], Cullen Galyean [banjo], Jerry Steinberg [bass], John Jackson [fiddle]. Producer: Eric H. Davidson)
V01 THERE'S MORE PRETTY GIRL THAN ONE Folkways FS-3829
V02 EAST VIRGINIA Folkways FS-3829
V03 WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE IN EXCHANGE FOR YOUR SOUL? Folkways FS-3829
V04 NEW RIVR TRAIN Folkways FS-3829
V05 WAYFARING STRANGER Folkways FS-3829 SF-40092
V06 COME ALL YOU FAIR AND TENDER LADIES Folkways FS-3829
V07 SHACKLES AND CHAINS Folkways FS-3829
V08 DREAM OF A MINER'S SON Folkways FS-3829
V09 SAND MOUNTAIN BLUES Folkways FS-3829
V10 LITTLE WILLIE Folkways FS-3829
V11 MAPLE ON THE HILL Folkways FS-3829
V12 WILD BILL JONES Folkways FS-3829
SMITHSONIAN/FOLKWAYS SFW-CD-40092 - “CLASSIC BLUEGRASS FROM SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS (2004)

ALBUMS
Folkways FA-3830 Glen Neaves and the Virginia Mountain Boys:
Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia: Don't Go Out Tonight My Darling; What a Friend We Have in Mother; Fortune; Careless Love; Poor Ellen Smith; Nigger Trader; We'll Meet Again Sweetheart; Barbara Allen; Long Journey Home; Drunkard's Dream; Drinking From the Fountain; On the Banks of the Old Tennessee; Man of Constant Sorrow; Hangman; When the Roses Bloom in Dixie; Cripple Creek - 74
Folkways FA-3833 The Virginia Mountain Boys, vol. 2: Lonesome Road Blues; Knoxville Girl; Nobody's Darling; Lost Train Blues; Love Me, Darling; I'm Glad My Wife's in Europe; Red Rocking Chair; Train 45; In the Pines; Whitehouse Blues; Clinch Mountain; Red and Green Signal Lights; Poor Rambler; Sunny Side of the Mountain; John Hardy; Little Frankie Baker; Little Birdie - 77 (recorded 1961-74)
Folkways FS 3839 Old Time Bluegrass From Grayson & Carroll Counties. The Virginia Mountain Boys Vol. 3: Charming Betsy (Charmin' Betsy);Philadelphia Lawyer; Conversation with Neaves; Fire on the Mountain;Old Prisoner's Song; Where Are You Going, Alice?; Wednesday Night Waltz; Pig in a Pen; John Henry; Tragic Romance; Bill Cheatham; Run Nigger Run; Lily Shaw; I'm Goin' To Walk with My Lord; Let That Circle Be Unbroken - 80 (recorded 1963-74)
Folkways FS 3829 Virginia Mountain Boys. Vol. 4: More Pretty Girls Than One; East Virginia; What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul?; New River Train; Conversation with Bobby Harrison and Cullen Galyean; Wayfaring Stranger; Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies; Shackles and Chains; Dream of a Miner's Son (Dream of a Miner's Child); Sand Mountain Blues; Little Willie; Maple on the Hill; Wild Bill Jones - 83 (16

SINGLES

Folk Star (1951)
613 Black Mountain Rag /The Old Swinging Bridge - 51

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Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
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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
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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
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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.
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