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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Cousin Emmy

SESSIONS
By Praguefrank

12 April 1946 poss. Chicago, IL – Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolk
001 73514 FREE LITTLE BIRD Decca 24216/ BCD 16853
002 73515 THE BROKEN HEARTED ONE YOU LEFT ALONE 23583/ BCD 16853
003 73516 MILK COW BLUES unissued/ BCD 16853
004 73517 RUBY 23583/ BCD 16853
25 March 1947 Hollywood, CA – Cousin Emmy
005 L 4388 LOST JOHN 24216/ BCD 16853
006 L 4389 LONESOME ROAD BLUES 24215/ BCD 16853
007 L 4390 I WISH I WAS IN BOWLING GREEN 24214/ BCD 16853
26 March 1947 Hollywood, CA – Cousin Emmy
008 L 4391 I WISH I WAS A SINGLE GIRL AGAIN 24215/BCD 16853
009 L 4392 JOHNNY BOOKER 24214/ BCD 16853
010 L 4393 COME ALL YOU VIRGINIA GALS 24213/ BCD 16853
011 L 4394 FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES unissued/ BCD 16853
012 L 4395 PRETTY LITTLE MISS OUT IN THE GARDEN 24213/ BCD 16853
31 March 1947 Hollywood, CA – Cousin Emmy
013 L 4402 BARNEY, OH BARNEY unissued/ BCD 16853
014 L 4403 CHILLY SCENES OF WINTER unissued/ BCD 16853
24 April 1967 Sound House, El Monte, CA - New Lost City Ramblers with Cousin Emmy (John Cohen [gt], Cousin Emmy [banjo], Mike Seeger [mandolin], George Winston [mandolin], Tracy Schwarz [bass]. Producers: Mike Seeger & Peter Bartok)
015 OLD TIM BROOKS Folkways FTS 31015
016 A HOME IN OLD KENTUCKY Folkways FTS 31015
017 I'M GOING 'CROSS THE SEA Folkways FTS 31015
018 PRETTY LITTLE MISS OUT IN THE GARDEN Folkways FTS 31015
019 LITTLE JOE Folkways FTS 31015
020 RUBY, ARE YOU MAD AT YOUR MAN? Folkways FTS 31015
021 DANCE ALL NIGHT WITH A BOTTLE IN YOUR HAND Folkways FTS 31015
022 LOST JOHN Folkways FTS 31015
023 BOWLING GREEN Folkways FTS 31015
024 CAT'S GOT THE MEASLES Folkways FTS 31015
025 MOTHER'S GRAVE Folkways FTS 31015
026 CHILLY SCENES OF WINTER Folkways FTS 31015
027 GRAVEYARD Folkways FTS 31015
028 JOHNNY BOOKER Folkways FTS 31015
029 SCAT TOM KITTY PUSS Folkways FTS 31015
030 SHORTENING BREAD Folkways FTS 31015


ALBUMS
Folkways FTS 31015 New Lost City Ramblers with Cousin Emmy:
Old Tim Brooks; A Home in Old Kentucky; I'm Going 'Cross the Sea; Pretty Little Miss Out in the Garden; Little Joe; Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man?; Dance All Night With a Bottle in Your Hand; Lost John; Bowling Green; Cat's Got the Measles; Mother's Grave; Chilly Scenes of Winter; Graveyard; Johnny Booker; Scat Tom Kitty Puss; Shortening Bread - 68
Bear Family [GER] BCD-16853 Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks 1939-1947: I Wish I Was In Bowling Green; Johnny Booker; Come On All You Virginia Gals; Pretty Little Miss Out In The Garden; Lonesome Road Blues; I Wish I Was A Single Girl, Again; Chilly Scenes Of Winter; Barney-O-Barney; Lost John; . Ruby; Freight Train Blues; Milk Cow Blues; Broken Hearted; One You Left Behind; Free Little Bird; . Opening Theme: Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane (from Louisville Radio)‘ . Turkey In The Straw (Kinfolk Gang) (from Louisville Radio); Groundhog (from Louisville Radio); Lost John (from Louisville Radio); Mother's Grave (from Louisville Radio); Sowing On The Mountain (from Louisville Radio); Some Of These Days (from Louisville Radio); Ragtime Annie (from Louisville Radio); Closing Theme (from Louisville Radio); Second Show - Opening Theme (from Louisville Radio); Irish Washerwoman (The Shining Fiddlers) (from Louisville Radio); Groundhog (from Louisville Radio); Truck Driver's Blues (Collard Bros.) (from Louisville Radio); Cacklin' Hen (from Louisville Radio); Little Joe (from Louisville Radio); Closing Theme (from Louisville Radio); Third Show - Opening Theme (from Louisville Radio); Arkansas Traveler (from Louisville Radio); Fisher's Hornpipe (from Louisville Radio); Ruby (from Louisville Radio); Wonder Who Will Meet Me There (from Louisville Radio); Closing Theme (from Louisville Radio); Arkansas Traveler (Bonus Track); Sleepy Lou (Bonus Track) - 07-09-07

SINGLES
Decca (1946-47)
23583 The Broken Hearted One You Left Alone / Ruby - 46
24213 Come All You Virginia Gals / Pretty Little Miss Out In The Garden - 47
24214 I Wish I Was In Bowling Green / Johnny Booker - 47
24215 Lonesome Road Blues / I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again - 47
24216 Free Little Bird / Lost John - 47
(EPs)
Brunswick [UK] OE 9258: Come On All You Virginina Girls; Pretty Little Missy Out In The Garden / I Wish I Was In Bowling; Green; Johnny Booker - 56
Brunswick [UK] OE 9259 I Wish I Was A Single Girl; Lonesome Road Blues / Free Little Bird; Lost John - 56

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Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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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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