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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Chuck Murphy




By Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank, Johan, Steve Hathaway
SESSIONS


1950 Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
001 80937 BOOGIE JACKSON Bama 300 9-64096
002 80938 WOMAN IS THE STRANGEST THING Bama 300 9-64096
ca 1950 Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
003 303/80666 BLUE RIBBON BOOGIE Bama 301 Coral 9-64090
004 304/80667 THEY RAIDED THE JOINT Bama 301 Coral 9-64090
ca 1950 poss. Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
005 406 BABY PLEASE BE MINE Bama 302
006 407 IT'S COMING BACK BAMA 302
19 January 1951 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy (Producer: Paul Cohen)
007 80427/NA 2317 MY BUCKET'S BEEN FIXED Coral 9-64082
008 80428/NA 2318 KATHY BAR THE DOOR unissued
009 80429/NA 2319 HONKY TONK BLUES Coral 9-64082
10 May 1951 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy (Producer: Paul Cohen)
010 81020/NA 2395 A THOUSAND TIMES Coral 9-64101
011 81021/NA 2396 GOTTA GET BACK TO BIRMINGHAM unissued
012 81022/NA 2397 THE HONEYMOON IS OVER Coral 9-64101
23 September 1951 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy (Producer: Paul Cohen)
013 81616/NA 2491 LAY SOMETHIN' ON THE BAR Coral 9-60584 9-61785
014 81617/NA 2492 WAITIN' FOR MY BABY Coral 9-60584
015 81618/NA 2493 ROLLIN' ROCKIN' RHYTHM unissued
13 February 1952 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy
016 82312/NA 2643 NOSEY JOE Coral 9-60674
017 82313/NA 2644 CLICKITY McCLACKITY (THE MAN WITH THE SPOONS) Coral 9-60674
17 May 1952 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy
018 82910/NA 2721? BUCKIN' THE DICE Coral 9-60933
019 82911/NA 2722? WHO DRANK MY BEER WHILE I WAS IN THE REAR Coral 9-60800 9-61785
020 82912/NA 2723? OCEANA ROLL Coral 9-60800 9-61785
021 82913/NA 2724? I'D LIKE TO BREAK YOUR NECK (BECAUSE YOU BROKE MY HEART) Coral 9-60933
4 June 1953 prob. New York City - Chuck Murphy and Pee Wee Erwin’s Dixielanders
022 84655 ONE BEER Coral 9-61014
023 84656 THROW THIS OUT unissued
024 84657 A 2-D GAL IN A 3-D TOWN Coral 9-61014
21 March 1954 [19:00-22:00] Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Chuck Murphy (Hardrock Gunter [gt], Huel Murphy [gt], Ernie Newton [bass], Farris Coursey [drums]. Producer: Don Law)
025 CO 51165/NASH 1794/ZSP-31503 HARD HEADED Columbia 4-21258
026 CO 51166/NASH 1795/ZSP-31504 RIDING THE SUNSHINE SPECIAL 4-21305
027 CO 51167/NASH 1796/ZSP-31505 HOCUS POKUS 4-21258
028 CO 51168/NASH 1797/ZSP-31506 RHYTHM HALL 4-21305/Bear Family BCD 16723
ca late August 1954 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN - Chuck Murphy
029 CO 51872/NASH 1898?/ZSP-34004 I'M GONNA RUN NOT WALK 4-21376
030 CO 51873/NASH 1899?/ZSP-34005 SANTA PLAYS THE TROMBONE 4-21322
031 CO 51874/NASH 1900?/ZSP-34006 LET'S HAVE AN OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS 4-21322
032 CO 51875/NASH 1901?/ZSP-34007 THE FRIDAY NIGHT FREE FOR ALL 4-21376
ca October 1955 unknown - Chuck Murphy [purchased from Producers Guild]
033 55-S-873/55-XY-631 I'VE BEEN FLOATING DOWN THE OLD GREEN RIVER K 12140
034 55-S-873/55-XY-632 DALLAS BLUES MGM K12140


SINGLES
Bama (1950)
300 Boogie Jackson / Woman Is The Strangest Thing - 06-50 (ad. 04-51,reissued on Coral 9-64096 in 1951)
301 Blue Ribbon Boogie / They Raided The Joint - 02-51 (reissued on Coral 9-64090 in 1951)
302 Baby Please Be Mine / It's Coming Back – ca 51
Coral (1951-53)
9-64082 My Bucket’s Been Fixed / Honky Tonk Blues - 03-51
9-64101 A Thousand Times / The Honeymoon Is Over – 08-51 (rev. Aug. 11)
9-60584 Lay Somethin’ On The Bar / Waitin‘ For My Baby – 10-51 (rev. Oct. 27)
9-60674 Clickity McClackity (The Man With The Spoons) / Nosey Joe - ca 03-52
9-60800 Who Drank My Beer (While I Was In The Rear?) / Oceana Roll – 06-52 (rev. June 19)
9-60933 Buckin‘ The Dice / I’d Like To Break Your Neck (Because You Broke My Heart)  – 02-52
9-61014 One Beer / A 2-D Gal In A 3-D Town – 06-53 (rev. July 4)
9-61785 Lay Somethin' On The Bar (Besides Your Elbows) / Who Drank My Beer? (While I Was In The Rear) – 01-57 (reissue, rev. Feb. 16)
Columbia (1954)
4-21258 Hocus Pocus / Hard Headed - 06-54 (rev. Jun 26)
4-21305 Rhythm Hall / Riding The Sunshine Special - 10-54 (rev. Oct. 9)
4-21322 Let's Have An Old Fashioned Christmas / Santa Plays The Trombone - 11-54 (rev. Nov. 27)
4-21376 I'm Gonna Run Not Walk / The Friday Night Free For All - 03-55 (rev. March 19)
MGM (1955)
K 12140 I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River / Dallas Blues - 12-5

1 comment:

  1. ca 1950 poss. Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
    001 ?/80937 BOOGIE JACKSON Bama 300 9-64096
    002 ?/80938 WOMAN IS THE STRANGEST THING Bama 300 9-64096

    1950/51 Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
    003 303/80666 BLUE RIBBON BOOGIE Bama 301 Coral 9-64090
    004 304/80667 THEY RAIDED THE JOINT Bama 301 Coral 9-64090

    1951 poss. Birmingham, AL - Chuck Murphy
    005 406 Baby Please Be Mine Bama 302
    006 407 It's Coming Back Bama 302


    Bama
    300 Boogie Jackson / Woman Is The Strangest Thing - 06-50 (advance release Bb), 04-51 (review Bb) (reissued on Coral 9-64096 in 1951)
    301 Blue Ribbon Boogie / They Raided The Joint - 02-51 (review Bb) (reissued on Coral 9-64090 in 1951)
    302 Baby Please Be Mine / It's Coming Back - 51?

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