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Monday, February 15, 2010

Pie Plant Pete

SESSIONS
By Tony Russell in Country Discography 1921-1942 & Praguefrank

25 January 1929 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, IN - Claude W. Moye aka Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
001 G14726 BEN TUCKER REEL Gennett 6776 Champion 15709 Supertone 9405
002 G14727 THE OCEAN WAVES Gennett 6776 Supertone 9652
003 G14728 ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH Gennett 6810 Champion 15709 Supertone 9405
004 G14729-A THE LETTER THAT NEVER CAME Gennett 6810 Champion 15752 Supertone 9363
005 G14730-B THE BOSTON BURGLAR Gennett 6748 Champion 15752 Supertone 9351
006 G14731-A HAND ME DOWN MY WALKING CANE 6748 15688 33043 45064 Supertone 9363 Superior 2677 Mont.W4987
007 G14732 WRECK OF THE NO. 9 rejected
008 G14733-A WHEN THE WORK‘S ALL DONE THIS FALL 15688 45064 Supert. 9351 Superior 2677 Montgomery Ward 4987
11 March 1930 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, IN - Claude W. Moye aka Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
009 G16370 WAITING FOR THE RAILROAD TRAIN Gennett 7167 Champion 15970 45093 Supertone 9668 Superior 2577
010 G16371 THE FARMER SONG Gennett 7167 Supertone 9669
011 G16372 MEDLEY OF OLD FAMILIAR TUNES - PART 1 Champion S-16770 45015 Supertone 9667
012 G16373-A SAND WILL DO IT Champion 16012 Supertone 9669
013 G16374 NUTTY SONG Gennett 7205 Champion 16012 Supertone 9652 Superior 2577
12 March 1930 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, IN - Claude W. Moye aka Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
014 G16375-A MEDLEY OF OLD FAMILIAR TUNES - PART 2 Champion S-16770 45015 Supertone 9667
015 G16377-A,B ROUND‘N-AROUND‘N-AROUND rejected
016 G16381 O JAILER, BRING BACK THAT KEY Gennett 7205 Champion 15970 45093 Supertone 9668 Superior 2643
8 August 1930 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, IN - Claude W. Moye aka Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
017 G16898-A LAKES OF PONCHATRAIN Supertone 9717
018 G16899-A GOOD OLD TURNIP GREENS Champion 16118 45063 Supertone 9712
019 G16900 THE ROVING GAMBLER Champion 16118 45063 Supertone 9712 Superior 2643
020 G16901-A YOU'LL FIND HER WITH THE ANGELS Gennett 7289 Champion 16071 Supertone 9701
021 G16902-A POTATO SONG rejected
022 G16903-A,B BE KIND TO A MAN WHEN HE'S DOWN rejected
023 G16904-A LITTLE BROWN JUG Supertone 9717
024 G16905-A OH SUSANNA rejected
025 G16906-A THE LIGHTNING EXPRESS Gennett 7289 Champion 16071 Supertone 9701
10 September 1934 Chicago, IL - Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
026 C 9468-A I’LL REMEMBER YOU LOVE IN MY PRAYERS Decca 5014
027 C 9469-A GOODBYE MY LOVER GOODBYE 5014
028 C 9470 GOING DOWN THE ROAD 5030
029 C 9471-A,B GO AND LEAVE ME IF YOU WISH unissued
030 C 9472-A ROSALEE 5030
031 C 9473-A IF I ONLY HAD A HOME SWEET HOME unissued
1 November 1934 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
032 C 766-1 SOMEWHERE SOMEBODY‘S WAITING FOR YOU BA33311 ME13278 OR8417 PE13101 RO5417 CQ8440
033 C 767-1 SHE LIVED DOWN BY THE FIREHOUSE BA33311 ME13278 OR8417 PE13101 RO5417 CQ8440
034 C 768-1 LITTLE MOHEE ARC 351014 Minerva M-14030
035 C 769-2 BOSTON BURGLAR Conqueror 8435
036 C 770-3 STAY ON THE FARM BA33310 ME13277 OR8416 PE13100 RO5416 CQ8446
037 C 771-1 DID YOU EVER HEAR A GOLDFISH SING? BA33415 ME13382 OR8459 PE13136 RO5459
2 November 1934 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
038 C 772-1 DON‘T TRY IT, IT CAN‘T BE DONE BA33310 ME13277 OR8416 PE13100 RO5416 CQ8446
039 C 773-1 THE SAILOR‘S PLEA unissued
040 C 774-1,2 OH JAILER BRING BACK THAT KEY BA33415 ME13382 OR8459 PE13136 RO5459 Conqueror 8435
041 C 775-1 THE LAKE OF PONCHARTRAIN ARC 351014 Minerva M-14030
17 June 1935 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
042 C 1012-1 PRAIRIE MOON Conqueror 8653 ARC 60652
18 June 1935 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - Pie Plant Pete (solo vcl/gt)
043 C 1017-1 I THINK OF MOTHER ALL THE TIME Conqueror 8653 ARC 60652
044 C 1018-1 FARMING BY FIRE ARC 60152
045 C 1019-1 GOING BACK TO KENTUCKY ARC 60152
17 April 1947 Buffalo, NY - Pie Plant Pete (Bashful Harmonica Joe [harmonica])
046 ROOSTER SERENADE Process 508/Cattle Compact CCD 305
047 MY BLUE SKIES HAVE TURNED TO GREY SKIES NOW Process 508/Cattle Compact CCD 305
048 I‘M GONNA TAKE MY LINDA HOME TO STAY Process 509/Cattle Compact CCD 305
049 BOY AM I GLAD Process 509/Cattle Compact CCD 305
20 or 21 December 1947 Buffalo, NY - Pie Plant Pete (Bashful Harmonica Joe [harmonica])
050 TRITZEM YODEL Process 515/Cattle Compact CCD 305
051 OVER YONDER OVER THERE Process 521/Cattle Compact CCD 305
052 THAT MOTHER-IN-LAW Process 513/Cattle Compact CCD 305
053 SHADOWS OF NIGHT Process 522/Cattle Compact CCD 305
054 COME BACK TO MY HEART Process 521/Cattle Compact CCD 305
055 BURY ME BENEATH THE WILLOW Process 522/Cattle Compact CCD 305
056 WINDING Process 515/Cattle Compact CCD 305
057 GONNA HAVE A BIG TIME TONIGHT Process 516/Cattle Compact CCD 305
058 THE STORY HAS ENDED Process 512/Cattle Compact CCD 305
059 GOODBYE MY LOVER GOODBYE Process 513/Cattle Compact CCD 305
060 DOWN THE RAILROAD TRACKS Process 512/Cattle Compact CCD 305
061 YOU GO TO MY CHURCH AND I'LL GO TO MINE Process 514/Cattle Compact CCD 305
062 I‘M GONNA RIDE THAT TRAIN TO HEAVEN Process 514/Cattle Compact CCD 305
063 RAILROAD BLUES - BARNYARD BLUES Process 516/Cattle Compact CCD 305
064 I MISS YOU SWEETHEART Process 520/Cattle Compact CCD 305
065 YOU WOULDN¢T KNOW THE WHITEWASHED STABLE NOW Process 520/Cattle Compact CCD 305

ALBUMS
Cattle Compact [GER] CCD-305 Pie Plant Pete & Bashful Harmonica Joe:
Over Yonder Over There; That Mother-In-Law; Shadows Of Night; Come Back To My Heart; Tritzem Yodel; Bury Me Beneath The Willow; Winding; Gonna Have A Big Time Tonight; The Story Has Ended; Goodbye My Lover Goodbye; The Rooster Serenade; My Blue Skies Have Turned To Grey Skies Now; I'm Gonna Take My Linda Home To Stay; Boy Am I Glad; Down By The Railroad Tracks; You Go To Your Church And I'll Go To Mine; I'm Gonna Ride That Train To Heaven; Railroad Blues-Barnyard Blues; I Miss You Sweetheart; You Wouldn't Know The Whitewashed Stable Now - 05

SINGLES
Gennett (1929-30)
Gennett
6748 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / Boston Burglar - 29
6776 Ben Tucker Reel / The Ocean Waves - 29
6810 Asleep At The Switch / The Letter That Never Came - 29
7167 Waiting For The Railroad Train / The Farmer Song - 30
7205 Nutty Song / O Jailer, Bring Back That Key - 30
7289 You'll Find Her With The Angels / The Lightning Express - 30
Champion
15688 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / When The Work's All Done This Fall (reissued on 45064)
15709 Ben Tucker Reel / Asleep At The Switch
15752 The Letter That Never Came / The Boston Burgular
15970 Waiting For The Railroad Train / O Jailer, Bring Back That Key - 30 (reissued on 45093)
16012 Sand Will Do It / Nutty Song
16071 You'll Find Her With The Angels / The Lightning Express
16118 Good Old Turnip Greens / The Roving Gambler - 30 (reissued on 45063)
S-16770 Medley Of Old Familiar Tunes - part 1 / Medley Of Old Familiar Tunes - Part 2 (reissued on 45015)
Supertone
9351 The Boston Burgular / When The Work's All Done This Fall
9363 The Letter That Never Came / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
9405 Ben Tucker Reel / Asleep At The Switch
9652 The Ocean Waves / Nutty Song
9667 Medley Of Old Familiar Tunes - Part 1 / Medley Of Old Familiar Tunes - Part 2
9668 Waiting For The Railroad Train / O Jailer, Bring Back That Key
9669 The Farmer Song / Sand Will Do It
9701 You'll Find Her With The Angels / The Lightning Express
9712 Good Old Turnip Greens / The Roving Gambler
9717 Lakes Of Ponchatrain / Little Brown Jug
Superior
2577 Waiting For The Railroad Train / Nutty Song
2643 O Jailer, Bring Back That Key / The Roving Gambler
2677 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / When The Work's All Done This Fall - 30 (also Montgomery Ward 4987)
Decca (1934)
5014 I’ll Remember You Love In My Prayers / Goodbye My Lover Goodbye - 34
5030 Going Down The Road / Rosalee - 34
ARC labels
Banner 32114/Melotone M13278/ Oriole 8417/Perfect 13101/Romeo 5417 Somewhere Somebody‘s Waiting For You / She Lived Down By The Firehouse - 35
Banner 33310/Melotone M13277/ Oriole 8416/Perfect 13100/Romeo 5416 Stay On The Farm / Don‘t Try It, It Can‘t Be Done - 35
Banner 33415/Melotone M13382/ Oriole 8459/Perfect 13136/Romeo 5459 Did You Ever Hear A Goldfish Sing? / Oh Jailer Bring Back That Key - 35
351014 Little Mohee / The Lake Of Ponchartrain - 10-35
6-01-52 Farming By Fire / Going Back To Kentucky - 01-36
6-06-52 Prairie Moon / I Think Of Mother All The Time - 06-36
Conqueror
8435 Boston Burglar / Oh Jailer, Bring Back That Key - 35
8440 Somewhere Somebody‘s Waiting For You / She Lived Down By The Firehouse - 35
8446 Stay On The Farm / Don‘t Try It, It Can‘t Be Done - 35
8653 Prairie Moon / I Think Of Mother All The Time Conqueror 8653 Arc 60652
Process (1947)
508 Rooster Serenade / My Blue Skies Have Turned To Grey Skies Now Process - 47
509 I‘m Gonna Take My Linda Home To Stay / Boy Am I Glad - 48
512 The Story Has Ended / Down The Railroad Tracks - 48
513 That Mother-In-Law / Goodbye My Lover Goodbye - 48
514 You Go To My Church And I‘ll Go To Mine / I‘m Gonna Ride That Train To Heaven - 48
515 Tritzem Yodel / Winding Process
516 Gonna Have A Big Time Tonight / Railroad Blues - Barnyard Blues
520 I Miss You Sweetheart / You Wouldn't Know The Whitewashed Stable Now
521 Over Yonder Over There / Come Back To My Heart
522 Shadows Of Night / Bury Me Beneath The Willow

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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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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
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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
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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.
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