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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Leake Country Revelers

SESSIONS
By Henk Scholts & Tony Russell (in Country Discography 1921-1942)

13 April 1927 New Orleans, LA - Leake Country Revelers (Will Gilmer [vcl/fiddle], Dallas Jones [gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo]
001 W143967 JOHNSON GAL Columbia 15149-D Vocalion 02959/DOCD 8029
002 W143968 LEATHER BREECHES 15149-D 02959/LP 532 DOCD 8029
003 W143969 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WALTZ 15189-D 02920 37600 20199/LP 532 DOCD 8029
004 W143970 GOOD NIGHT WALTZ 15189-D 02920 37600 20199/DOCD 8029
25 October 1927 Atlanta, GA - Leake County Revelers (Will Gilmer [vcl/fiddle], Dallas Jones [vcl-2/gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], vcl trio [-1])
005 W145012-2 MY WILD IRISH ROSE -1 15776-D/DOCD-8029
006 W145013-1 MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN -1 15227-D/DOCD-8029
007 W145014-2 IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME -1 15227-D Velvet Tone 2494-V Clarion 5434-C/DOCD-8029
008 W145015-2 LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD -2 15776-D/DOCD-8029
009 W145016-2 THE OLD HAT -2 15205-D/LP 532 DOCD-8029
010 W145017-2 MONKEY IN THE DOG CART 15205-D/LP 532 DOCD-8029
Velvet Tone & Clarion as by Texarkana Melody Boys / reverse side by McMichen’s Melody Men
27 April 1928 New Orleans, LA - Leake County Revelers (Dallas Jones [vcl/gt, vcl duet -1], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [fiddle])
011 W146208-2 BEEN TO THE EAST - BEEN TO THE WEST 15318-D/DOCD-8029
012 W146209-3 CROW BLACK CHICKEN 15318-D/DOCD-8029
013 W146210-2 MAKE ME A BED ON THE FLOOR 15264-D/ DOCD-8029
014 W146211-2 MERRY WIDOW WALTZ 15264-D/DOCD-8029
015 W146212 JULIA WALTZ unissued
016 W146213-2 THEY GO WILD SIMPLY WILD OVER ME 15292-D/DOCD-8029
017 W146214-2 PUT ME IN MY LITTLE BED 15292-D/DOCD-8029
018 W146215 COON, COON, COON unissued
12 December 1928 New Orleans, LA - Leake County Revelers (Dallas Jones [vcl/gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [fiddle])
019 W147624-2 BRING ME A BOTTLE 15380-D/DOCD- 8029
13 December 1928 New Orleans, LA - Leake County Revelers (Dallas Jones [vcl-1/gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [fiddle])
020 W147625-2 BIRDS IN THE BROOK 15625-D Regal RE G21139/DOCD 8029
021 W147626-2 ROCKIN' YODEL -1 15353-D/DOCD 8029
022 W147627 MEMORIES 15767-D/DOCD 8029
023 W147628-2 MAGNOLIA WALTZ 15625-D Regal RE G21139/DOCD 8029
024 W147629-1 JULIA WALTZ 15353-D/DOCD 8029
025 W147630 TEXAS KICKIN' MAUD unissued
026 W147631-2 MOLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON -1? 15380-D/DOCD 8029
Regal as by The Alabama Barn Stormers
16 April 1929 Atlanta, GA - Leake Country Revelers (Dallas Jones [vcl-1/gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [duet vcl-2/fiddle], vocal trio -3)
027 W148315-2 MEMORIES WALTZ 15427 D/DOCD-8030
028 W148316 BONNIE BLUE EYES unissued
029 W148317-1 WHERE THE SILV'RY COLORADO WENDS ITS WAY 15427 D/DOCD-8030
030 W148318 IN THE SHADOW OF THE PINES unissued
031 W148319-2 GEORGIA CAMP MEETING 15409 D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
032 W148320-2 I'M GWINE BACK TO DIXIE -3 15409 D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
033 W148321-2 DRY TOWN BLUES 15441 D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
034 W148322-2 SATURDAY NIGHT BREAKDOWN 15470 D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
035 W148323-2 GOOD FELLOW -1,3 15441 D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
036 W148324-2 UNCLE NED -1,3 15470 D Regal Re G 9458/G 207053 DOCD-8030
Regals as by The Alabama Barn Stormers, reverses under the same credit by the McCartt Brothers & Patterson
10 December 1929 New Orleans, LA - Leake County Revelers (Dallas Jones [gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [fiddle])
037 W149582-2 LEAKE COUNTY BLUES 15520-D/DOCD-8030
038 W149583-1 LONESOME BLUES 15520-D/LP 532 DOCD-8030
039 W149584 LEAKE COUNTRY BREAKDOWN unissued
040 W149585 SMITH'S MARCH (NEW ORLEANS) unissued
041 W149586-2 SWEET ROSE OF HEAVEN CO 15501/LP 532 DOCD-8030
042 W149587-2 BEAUTIFUL BELLS 15501-D/DOCD-8030
043 W149588-2 MISSISSIPPI MOON WALTZ 15569-D/DOCD-8030
044 W149589-2 COURTIN' DAYS WALTZ 15569-D/DOCD-8030
18 December 1930 Jackson, MS - Leake County Revelers (Dallas Jones [gt], Jim Wolverton [banjo], R.O. Mosley [mandolin/banjo], Will Gilmer [fiddle], vcl duet -2, vcl trio -3)
045 W151119-2 THIRTY-FIRST STREET BLUES -2 15668 D/DOCD-8030
046 W151120-2 PICTURE NO ARTIST CAN PAIN -3 15691 D Regal/Regal Zonophone G21475/DOCD-8030
047 W151121-1 WHEN IT'S SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES 15648 D/DOCD-8030
048 W151122 TEXAS FAIR 15691 D/DOCD-8030
049 W151123-2 MISSISSIPPI BREAKDOWN 15668 D/LP-532 DOCD-8030
050 W151124 LAZY KATE 15767 D/DOCD-8030
051 W151125-2 JUNGLE WALTZ 15648 D/DOCD-8030
052 W151126 GILMAR WALTZ unissued
Regal/Regal Zonophone as by The Alabama Barn Stormers / reverse side by McMichen’s Melody Men

ALBUMS
County LP 532 Leak County Revelers 1927-1930:
Saturday Night Breakdown; Lonesome Blues; The Old Hat; Georgia Camp Meeting; Sweet Rose Of Heaven; Monkey In The Dog Cart; Dry Town Blues; Leather Breeches; Wednesday Night Waltz; Good Fellow; I’m Gwine Back To Dixie; Mississippi Breakdown - 75
Document [UK] DOCD-8029 Leake County Revelers Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 - 1927-1928: Johnson Gal; Leather Breeches;Wednesday Night Waltz; Good Night Waltz; My Wild Irish Rose; My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean; In The Good Old Summertime; Listen To The Mocking Bird; The Old Hat; Monkey In The Dog Cart; Been To The East - Been To The West; Crow Black Chicken; Make Me A Bed On The Floor; Merry Widow Waltz; They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me; Put Me In My Little Bed; Bring Me A Bottle; Birds In The Brook; Rockin' Yodel;Memories; Magnolia Waltz; Julia Waltz; Molly Put The Kettle On - 98
Document [UK] DOCD-8030 Leake County Revelers Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 2 - 1929-1930: Memories Waltz; Where The Silv'ry Colorado Wends Its Way; Georgia Camp Meeting; I'm Gwine Back To Dixie; Dry Town Blues; Saturday Night Breakdown; Good Fellow; Uncle Ned; Leake County Blues; Lonesome Blues; Sweet Rose Of Heaven; Beautiful Bells; Mississippi Moon Waltz; Courtin' Days Waltz; Thirty-First Street Blues; Picture No Artist Can Pain; When It's Springtime In The Rockies;Texas Fair; Mississippi Breakdown; Lazy Kate; Jungle Waltz - 98


SINGLES
Columbia
15149-D Johnson Gal / Leather Breeches - 27 (reissued on Vocalion 02959)
15189-D Wednesday Night Waltz / Good Night Waltz – 10-27 (reissued on Columbia 37600 an 20199)
15205-D The Old Hat / Monkey In The Dog Cart – 01-28
15227-D My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean / In The Good Old Summertime – 03-28
15264-D Make Me A Bed On The Floor / Merry Widow Waltz – 07-28
15298-D They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me / Put Me In My Little Bed - 10-28
15318-D Been To The East - Been To The West / Crow Black Chicken – 12-28
15353-D Rockin' Yodel / Julia Waltz – 03-29
15380-D Molly Put The Kettle On / Bring Me A Bottle – 05-29
15409-D Georgia Camp Meeting / I'm Gwine Back To Dixie – 07-29
15427-D Memories Waltz / Where The Silv'ry Colorado Wends Its Way – 08-29
15441-D Dry Town Blues / Good Fellow – 09-29
15470-D Saturday Night Breakdown / Uncle Ned – 11-29
15501-D Sweet Rose Of Heaven / Beautiful Bells – 01-30
15520-D Leake County Blues / Lonesome Blues – 03-30
15569-D Mississippi Moon Waltz / Courtin' Days Waltz – 06-30
15625-D Magnolia Waltz / Birds In The Brook - 01-31
15648-D When It's Springtime In The Rockies / Jungle Waltz – 04-31
15668-D Thirty-First Street Blues / Mississippi Breakdown – 06-31
15691-D Picture No Artist Can Pain / Texas Fair – 08-31
15767-D Lazy Kate / Memories - 32
15776-D My Wild Irish Rose / Listen To The Mocking Bird - 32
Velvet Tone / Clarion
2494-V/5434-C My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean / [Clayton McMichen]

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