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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Lowe Stokes

By Tony Russell (Country Discography 1921-1942)
SESSIONS

7 July 1925 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen's Home Town Band (Lowe Stokes [gt], Robert Stephens [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Robert Stephens Jr. [clarinet]. Producer: Ralph Peer)
000 9227 BULLY OF THE TOWN OKeh 45034
000 9228 SWEET BUNCH OF DAISIES OKeh 40445
000 9229 SILVER BELL OKeh 40445
000 9230 ALABAMA JUBILEE OKeh 45034
31 October 1927 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (Hoke Rice [vcl/gt], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
001 W145051-3 HOME BREW RAG Columbia 15241 D/DOCD-8045
002 W145052-2 UNEXPLAINED BLUES Columbia 15241 D/DOCD-8045
1 November 1927 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen's Melody Men (Riley Puckett [vcl/gt], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], K.D. Malone [clarinet])
000 W145059 WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG, MAGGIE Columbia 15247 D
000 W145060 SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD Columbia 15247 D
000 W145061 AIN'T SHE SWEET Columbia 15310 D
1 November 1927 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Gid Tanner, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris, Bill Brown/* Riley Puckett & Clayton McMichen aka Bob Nichols
003 W145066 CORN LIKKER STILL IN GEORGIA Columbia 15201 D
004 W145067 CORN LIKKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 2 Columbia 15201 D
005 W145068 MY BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN QUEEN* Columbia 15216 D
2 November 1927 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen's Melody Men (Riley Puckett [vcl/gt], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
000 W145077 MY CAROLINA HOME 15224 D
4 November 1927 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen's Melody Men (Riley Puckett [vcl/gt], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], K.D. Malone [clarinet])
000 W145099 ALOHA OE Columbia 15202 D
000 W145100 THE MISSOURI WALTZ Columbia 15202 D
000 W145101 DARLING NELLIE GRAY Columbia 15310 D
000 W145102 FIFTY YEARS AGO Columbia 15224 D
12 April 1928 Atlanta, GA - Gid Tanner, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes & Fate Norris
006 W146032 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 3 15258 D
007 W146033 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 4 15258 D
14 April 1928 Atlanta, GA - Gid Tanner, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes & Fate Norris
008 W146056 POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN - PART 1 Columbia 15298 D
009 W146057 POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN - PART 2 Columbia 15298 D
010 W146058 HOG KILLING DAY - PART 1 Columbia 15468 D
011 W146059 HOG KILLING DAY - PART 2 Columbia 15468 D
ca. June 1928 Chicago, IL - Lookout Mountain Revelers (Claude Davis [vcl/gt], Bert Layne [vcl/fiddle], Lowe Stokes [speach/fiddle]
L01 20627 DREAMING OF MOTHER Paramount 3123 Broadway 8200
L02 20628 OH WASN¢T I GETTING AWAY Paramount 3123 Broadway 8200
L03 20629 PUSSYCAT RAG Paramount 3111 Broadway 8140
L04 20630 BURY ME BENEATH THE WILLOW Paramount 3143 Broadway 8213
L04 20631 I AIN¢T GOT NO SWEETEHART Paramount 3111 Broadway 8140
L05 20632 BARN DANCE ON THE MOUNTAIN, PART 1 Paramount 3105 Broadway 8137
L06 20633 DOWN IN ATLANTA Paramount 3164 Broadway 8285
L07 20634 WHEN THE MAPLE LEAVES ARE FALLING Paramount 3164 Broadway 8285
L08 20635 BARN DANCE ON THE MOUNTAIN, PART 2 Paramount 3105 Broadway 8137
24 October 1928 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes & Fate Norris/* & Hugh Cross
012 W147275 CORN LIKKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 5 Columbia 15366 D
013 W147276 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 6 Columbia 15366 D
014 W147278 A DAY AT THE COUNTY FAIR - PART 1 * Columbia 15332 D
015 W147279 A DAY AT THE COUNTY FAIR - PART 2 * Columbia 15332 D
27 October 1928 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (Perry Bechtel [gt], ? [mandolin], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
016 W147312-2 WAVE THAT FRAME Columbia 15367 D/DOCD-8045
017 W147313-2 TAKE ME TO THE LAND OF JAZZ Columbia 15367 D/DOCD-8045
9 April 1929 Atlanta, GA - Georgia Organ Grinders (Dan Hornsby [vcl], Melvin Dupree [gt], Fate Norris [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [organ])
G01 W148222 BACK UP AND PUSH Columbia 15394 D
G02 W148223 SMOKE BEHIND THE CLOUDS Columbia 15394 D
G03 W148224 SWEET SIXTEEN NEXT SUNDAY unissued
10 April 1929 Atlanta, GA - Georgia Organ Grinders (Dan Hornsby [vcl], Melvin Dupree [gt], Fate Norris [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle/organ])
G04 W148227 FOUR THOUSAND YEARS AGO Columbia 15445 D
G05 W148228 GEORGIA MAN Columbia 15445 D
G06 W148231 SKIP TO MY LOU, MY DARLING Columbia 15415 D
G06 W148232 CHARMING BETSY Columbia 15415 D
12 April 1929 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (unknown musicians)
018 W148256 SAN ANTONIO unissued
019 W148257 SHE'S GOT RINGS ON HER FINGERS unissued
12 April 1929 Atlanta, GA - Arthur Tanner & His Corn Shuckers, * & Riley Puckett (Arthur Tanner [vcl/gt], ? [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
000 W148264 BRING BACK MY BLUE EYED BOY* Columbia 15577 D
000 W148265 GATHER THE FLOWERS Columbia 15577 D
000 W148268 DR. GINGER BLUE Columbia 15479 D
000 W148269 LAY ME WHERE SWEET FLOWERS BLOSSOM Columbia 15479 D
12 April 1929 Atlanta,GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris & Tom Dorsey
020 W148266 CORN LIKKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 7 Columbia 15432 D
021 W148267 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 8 Columbia 15432 D
30 October 1929 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & Mike Whitten
022 W149297-2 KATY DID 15486-D/DOCD-8045
023 W149298-2 TAKE ME BACK TO GEORGIA 15486-D/DOCD-8045
1 November 1929 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Fate Norris & Lowe Stokes
024 W149328 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 9 Columbia 15531 D
025 W149329 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 10 Columbia 15531 D
1 November 1929 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (Claude Davis or Hoke Rice [gt], Arthur Tanner [banjo/mandolin], Clayton McMichen [vcl/fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
026 W149330-2 SAILIN' DOWN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY Columbia 15606-D/DOCD-8045
027 W149331-2 EVERYBODY'S DOING IT Columbia 15606-D/DOCD-8045
028 W149332-2 LEFT ALL ALONE AGAIN BLUES Columbia 15557-D/DOCD-8045
029 W149333-1 WISH I STAYED IN THE WAGON YARD Columbia 15557-D/DOCD-8045
2 November 1929 Atlanta, GA - Hugh Cross, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Fate Norris & Lowe Stokes/* Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris, Bert Layne, Uncle Fuzz & Tom Dorsey
030 W149338 KICKAPOO MEDICINE SHOW - PART 1 Columbia 15482 D
031 W149339 KICKAPOO MEDICINE SHOW - PART 2 Columbia 15482 D
032 W149340 A NIGHT IN A BLIND TIGER - PART 1* Columbia 15503 D
033 W149341 A NIGHT IN A BLIND TIGER - PART 2* Columbia 15503 D
4 November 1929 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris
034 W149369 A BEE HUNT ON THE HILL FOR SARTIN CREEK - PART 1 Columbia 15700 D
035 W149370 A BEE HUNT ON THE HILL FOR SARTIN CREEK - PART 2 Columbia 15700 D
28 March 1930 Knoxville, TN - Smoky Mountain Ramblers (Hugh Cross [vcl/gt], Raymond Gully [mandolin/banjo], Walt McKinney [steel], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Homer Miller [fiddle], poss. Bill Brown [speach])
S01 K-8022 SAN ANTONIO Vocalion 5422
S02 K-8023 BACK TO OLD SMOKY MOUNTAIN Vocalion 5422
S03 K-8024 AIN¢T IT HELL, BOYS Vocalion 5451
S04 K-8025 DOWN IN TENNESSEE Vocalion 5451
S05 K-8032/3 NO BUSINESS OF MINE Vocalion 5437
S06 K-8034 BEAR MOUNTAIN RAG Vocalion 5437
7 April 1930 Knoxville, TN - Lowe Stokes & Heavy Martin (Hugh Cross [gt], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
036 K-8098 DONE GONE rejected
037 K-8099 POSSUM UP THE GUM STUMP rejected
7 April 1930 Knoxville, TN - Lowe Stokes, Homer Miller, Walt McKinney, Heavy Martin, Roger Williams & Bill Brown
038 K-8104 THE DRUNKARD¢S TAP DANCE - PART 1 rejected
039 K-8105 THE DRUNKARD¢S TAP DANCE - PART 2 rejected
040 K-8106 THE GREAT HATFIELD MCCOY FEUD - PART 1 Brunswick 422
041 K-8111 THE GREAT HATFIELD MCCOY FEUD - PART 2 Brunswick 422
042 K-8112 THE GREAT HATFIELD MCCOY FEUD - PART 3 Brunswick 423
043 K-8113 THE GREAT HATFIELD MCCOY FEUD - PART 4 Brunswick 423
14 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Riley Puckett & Lowe Stokes
044 W150206-2 SALLY JOHNSON Columbia 15620 D/DOCD-8045
045 W150207-2 BILLY IN THE LOW GROUND Columbia 15620 D/DOCD-8045
17 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Oscar Ford (Riley Puckett [gt], Bert Layne [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
000 W150253 ME AND MY GAL 15554-D
000 W150254 RIDING IN A CHEVROLET SIX 15554-D
000 W150255 SWEETEST GIRL IN TOWN 15599-D
000 W150256 THE FARMER'S DREAM 15599-D
17 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes, Bert Layne, Fate Norris, Oscar Ford & Tom Dorsey
046 W150271/194881 TAKING THE CENSUS - PART 1 Columbia 15549 D
047 W150272/194882 TAKING THE CENSUS - PART 2 Columbia 15549 D
19 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes, Bert Layne, Fate Norris, Oscar Ford & Tom Dorsey
048 W150299/194902 JEREMIAH HOPKINS STORE AT SAND MOUNTAIN - PART 1 Columbia 15598 D
049 W150300/194903 JEREMIAH HOPKIN'S STORE AT SAND MOUNTAIN - PART 2 Columbia 15598 D
21 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Bert Layne & Tom Dorsey
050 W150335 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 11 Columbia 15618 D
051 W150336 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 12 Columbia 15618 D
22 April 1930 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (Dan Hornsby [vcl], Clayton McMichen [vcl], Hoke Rice or Claude Davis [gt], Lowe Stokes [hmny vcl/fiddle]
052 W150350-2 BONE DRY BLUES Columbia 15660-D /DOCD-8045
053 W150351-2 IT JUST SUITS ME Columbia 15660-D/DOCD-8045
10 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - John Dillenshaw aka Seven Foot Dilly & His Dill Pickles (John Dillenshaw [gt], Shorty Lindsey [banjo], Pink Lindsey [bass], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], A.A. Gray or Harry Kiker [fiddle])
000 ATL-6295 DOWN THE RIVER WE GO unissued
000 ATL-6296 SHE HAD A LITTLE PIG unissued
000 ATL-6297 AUNT MANDY¢S BARN DANCE - PART 1 rejected
000 ATL-6298 AUNT MANDY¢S BARN DANCE - PART 2 rejected
000 ATL-6299 KENESAW MOUNTAIN RAG Brunswick 575
000 ATL-6600 BIBB COUNTY BREAKDOWN Brunswick 575
10 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & Hoke Rice
054 ATL-6603 JAPANESE STOMP unissued
055 ATL-6604 LIBERTY NUMBER ONE unissued
11 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His Pot Lickers (Claude Davis or Hoke Rice [gt], Harry Stark [banjo], Arthur Tanner [vcl/banjo], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle])
056 ATL-6607 FOUR CENT COTTON Brunswick 549/DOCD-8045
057 ATL-6608 ROCKING MY SUGAR LUMP Brunswick 549/DOCD-8045
058 ATL-6609 CAN I HAVE YOUR DAUGHTER unissued
059 ATL-6610 GREEN MOUNTAIN POKER unissued
060 ATL-6611 ROCKING PONY unissued
061 ATL-6612 HEY MISTER unisued
12 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His Pot Lickers (Claude Davis or Hoke Rice [gt], Arthur Tanner [vcl/banjo], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle])
062 ATL-6631 KITTY AND THE BABY Brunswick 491/DOCD-8045
063 ATL-6632 PROHIBITION IS A FAILURE Brunswick 491/DOCD-8045
12 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Swamp Rooters (Hoke Rice [gt], Bert Layne [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
SR01 ATL-6633 SWAMP CAT RAG Brunswick 556/DOCD-8045
SR02 ATL-6634 CITACO Brunswick 556/DOCD-8045
12 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Georgia Pot Lickers (Dan Tucker [vcl], Hoke Rice [gt], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
G01 ATL-6637 CHICKEN, DON'T ROOST TOO HIGH Brunswick 595
G02 ATL-6638 UP JUMPED THE RABBIT Brunswick 595
14 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Seven Foot Dilly (John Dillenshaw), Dan Tucker, Archie Lee, Lowe Stokes, Pops Melvin
000 ATL-6658/9 A BOOTLEGGER'S JOINT IN ATLANTA - PART 3 Brunswick 489
000 ATL-6676/7 A BOOTLEGGER'S JOINT IN ATLANTA - PART 4 Brunswick 489
15 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Swamp Rooters (Hoke Rice [gt], Bert Layne [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
SR03 ATL-6678 GETTIN¢ AWAY unissued
SR04 ATL-6679 HICKORY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN unissued
SR05 ATL-6680 SALLY JOHNSON unissued
SR06 ATL-6681 SHOOT THE BUFFALO unissued
15 November 1930 Atlanta, GA - Bert Layne¢s Melody Boys (Claude Davis [gt], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Bert Layne [vcl/fiddle]
B01 ATL-6682 SAILING ON THE ROBERT E. LEE rejected
B02 ATL-6683 CAROLINA TRAIN rejected
6 December 1930 Atlanta, GA - Ted Hawkins Mountaineers (Riley Puckett [gt], Ted Hawkins [mandolin], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
TH01 W151059 SANFORD BARNES unissued
TH02 W151060 MANDOLIN RAG unissued
6 December 1930 Atlanta, GA - Gid Tanner (Riley Puckett [gt], Clayton McMichen [fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle])
000 W151061 IF YOU WANT TO GO A COURTING Columbia 15716 D
000 W151062 YOU'VE GOT TO STOP DRINKING SHINE Columbia 15716 D
7 December 1930 Atlanta, GA - Lowe Stokes & His North Georgians (Claude Davis or Hoke Rice [gt], Clayton McMichen [vcl/fiddle], Lowe Stokes [fiddle])
064 W151077 YOU GOTTA SEE YOUR MAMA EVERY NIGHT unissued
065 W151078 PRAY FOR LIGHT TO GO OUT unissued
066 W151079-2 ROW, ROW, ROW Columbia 15693-D/DOCD-8045
067 W151080-1 SAILING ON THE ROBERT E LEE Columbia 15693-D /DOCD-8045
8 December 1930 Atlanta, GA - Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Bert Layne & Tom Dorsey, * & Gid Tanner/ + Clayton McMichen & Hoyt Bryant
068 W151098 PROHIBITION - YES OR NO - PART 1 Columbia 15632 D
069 W151099 PROHIBITION - YES OR NO - PART 2 Columbia 15632 D
070 W151100 FIDDLERS' CONVENTION - PART 3* Columbia 15667 D
071 W151101 FIDDLER'S CONVENTION - PART 4* Columbia 15667 D
072 W151102 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 13* Columbia 15703 D
073 W151103 CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA - PART 14* Columbia 15703 D
074 W151104 YOU BROUGHT A NEW KIND OF LOVE TO ME unissued

ALBUMS
Document [UK] DOCD-8045 The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Lowe Stokes, Vol. 1:
1927-1930: Lowe Stokes: Home Brew Rag; Unexplained Blues; Wave That Frame; Take Me To The Land Of Jazz; Katy Did; Take Me Back To Georgia; Sailin` Down The Chesapeake Bay; Everybody's Doing It; Left All Alone Again Blues; Wish I Had Stayed In The Wagon Yard; Sally Johnson; Billy In The Low Ground; Bone Dry Blues; It Just Suits Me; Four Cent Cotton; Rocking My Sugar Lump; Kitty And The Baby; Prohibition Is A Failure; Swamp Cat Rag; Citaco; Row, Row, Row; Sailing On The Robert E. Lee - 07-09-00

SINGLES
Columbia
15241 D Home Brew Rag / Unexplained Blues - 28
15367 D Wave That Frame / Take Me To The Land Of Jazz Columbia - 29
15486 D Katy Did / Take Me Back To Georgia - 30
15557 D Left All Alone Again Blues / Wish I Stayed In The Wagon Yard - 30
15606 D Sailin' Down The Chesapeake Bay / Everybody's Doing It - 30
15620 D Sally Johnson / Billy In The Low Ground - 30 w. Riley Puckett
15660 D Bone Dry Blues / It Just Suits Me - 31
15693 D Row, Row, Row / Sailing On The Robert E Lee - 31
Brunswick
494 Kitty And The Baby / Prohibition Is A Failure - ca 30
549 Four Cent Cotton / Rocking My Sugar Lump - 31
556 Swamp Cat Rag / Citaco - 31 Swamp Rooters
595 Chicken, Don't Roost Too High / Up Jumped The Rabbit - 31

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