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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Slim Bryant


Thomas Hoyt “Slim” Bryant, *07-12-1908 Atlanta, GA,  +28-05-2010 Dormont, PA

By Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank
SESSIONS
see also Jimmie Rodgers
15 March 1929 Atlanta, GA – Elmer McMichen's Harmony Boys (incl. Slim Bryant)
000 W402326 AIN'T SHE SWEET 45330
000 W402327 HAND ME DOWN MY WALKING CANE unissued
000 W402328 SWEETHEART DAYS 45330
000 W402329 IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE unissued
26 October 1931 Atlanta, GA – Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats with Slim Bryant/*Clayton McMichen & Riley Puckett
001 W151932 WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE SAGE Columbia 15723-D
002 W151933 YUM YUM BLUES Columbia 15723-D
28 October 1931 Atlanta, GA – Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats (Slim Bryant [vcl/gt], Clayton McMichen [vcl/fiddle], Bert Layne [fiddle])
003 W151966 WILD CAT RAG Columbia 15775 D
004 W151967 CAROLINA TRAIN unissued
005 W151968 ON THE BANKS OF THE OHIO unissued
006 W151969 BACK TO MY GEORGIA HOME unissued
007 W151970 THE GOLDEN WEDDING RING unissued
008 W151971 SWEET FLOREINE Columbia 15775 D
13 November 1931 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, In - Johnny Barfield and Hoyt Bryant w. Bert Layne
009 G18174 ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD OHIO 16406 Superior 2752
010 G18175 BACK TO MY GEORGIA HOME 16406 Superior 2752
011 G18176 YUM YUM BLUES 16407 Superior 2819
012 G18177 PEACH PICKING TIME IN GEORGIA 16407 Superior 2819
013 G18178 THE RABBIT HUNT – PART 1 16346 Superior 2812
014 G18179 THE RABBIT HUNT – PART 2 16346 Superior 2812
15 November 1931 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, In - Johnny Barfield and Hoyt Bryant w. Bert Layne
015 G18180 SWEET FLORINE S-16415 Superior 2839
016 G18181 HIGHWAY HOBO S-16415 Superior 2839
10 August 1932 Victor Studio, Trinity Baptist Church, 114N. 5th St., Camden, NJ – Jimmie Rodgers (Slim Bryant [gt], Oddie McWinders [banjo], Dave Kanui [steel], George Howell [bass], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
000 BS-58960 IN THE HILLS OF TENNESSEE unissued
11 August 1932 Victor Studio, Trinity Baptist Church, 114N. 5th St., Camden, NJ – Jimmie Rodgers (Slim Bryant [gt], Oddie McWinders [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
000 BS-58961 MOTHER, THE QUEEN OF MY HEART 23721 5080 MW4206/LPT-3073 LPM-2213 LSP-3315 PCD2-1248
000 BS-58962 PROHIBITION HAS DONE ME WRONG unissued
000 BS-58963 ROCK ALL OUR BABIES TO SLEEP 23721 5000 MW4201/LPM-2634
000 BS-58964 WHIPPIN' THAT OLD T.B. 23751 5076 MW4204/LSP-2634 CPL1-2504
15 August 1932 Victor Studio, Trinity Baptist Church, 114N. 5th St., Camden, NJ – Jimmie Rodgers (Slim Bryant [gt], Oddie McWinders [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
000 BS-58968 NO HARD TIMES 23751 MW4205/LPM-1640
000 BS-58969 LONG TALL MAMA BLUES 23766 MW4202/LPM-2112
000 BS-58970 PEACH PICKIN' TIME IN GEORGIA 23781 5080 MW4200/LPT-3073 LPM-2112 VPS-6091
16 August 1932 Victor Studio, Trinity Baptist Church, 114N. 5th St., Camden, NJ – Jimmie Rodgers (Slim Bryant [gt], Oddie McWinders [banjo], Clayton McMichen [fiddle])
000 BS-58971 GAMBLING BAR ROOM BLUES 23766 5037
000 BS-58972 I'VE ONLY LOVED THREE WOMEN 6810 MW7138/LPM-2865
29 August 1932 Victor Studio, 44th St., New York City – Jimmie Rodgers (Slim Bryant [gt], ? [violin], ? [piano], ? [clarinet])
000 BS-73324 IN THE HILLS OF TENNESSEE 23736 MW4200 5784/LPM-2865
000 BS-73325 PRAIRIE LULLABY 23781 5076 MW4201 420-0028/LPT-3039 LPM-1232
000 BS-73326 MISS THE MISSISSIPPI AND YOU 23736 5081 MW4206/LPT-3073 LPM-2213
000 BS-73327 SWEET MAMA HURRY HOME OR I¢LL BE GONE 23796 MW4726/LPM-2531
October 1946 unknown - Slim Bryant’s Wildcats
017 T 992 HOW MANY CHANCES DO YOU WANT? Majestic 11005
018 T 993 EENY MEENEY DIXIE DEENEY 11003
019 T 994 ECHO POLKA 11003
020 T 995 BESSIE JAMES 11010
021 T 996 I LOVE YOU TRUE BLUE 11010
022 T 997 ECHO OF THE INDIAN PRINCESS 11013
023 T 998 SWINGIN' IN AN OLD ROPE SWING 11013
024 T 999 AIN'T WE CRAZY? 11005
October 1947 poss. Hollywood, CA - Slim Bryant
025 T 1401 THUNDER STORM Majestic 6026
026 T 1402 PLEASE, MR. BARTENDER 6024
027 T 1403 TOO FAT POLKA 6022
028 T 1404 PENNY ANTE 6024
029 T 1405 I HATE TO SEE YOU GO 6025
030 T 1406 ROSE OF SHENANDOAH VALLEY 6026 Varsity 8033
031 T 1407 ANSWER TO RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT 6022 Varsity 8033
032 T 1408 MY SADDLE, MY BRONCO AND YOU 6025
15 August 1952 KDKA Radio Station Studio, Pittsburgh, PA - Slim Bryant and His Wildcats
033 52-S-6087/52-XY-540 PRAIRIE MARY MGM K11355
034 52-S-6088/52-XY-541 SECOND HAND HEART K11355
035 52-S-6089/52-XY-542 THE GAL WITH THE COAL BLACK HAIR K11749
036 52-S-6090/52-XY-543 THE GOLDEN TRAIN K11749
ca 1956 unknown - Slim Bryant and His Wildcats
037 FORWARD SIX-BACKWARD SIX MGM E 3425
038 RED RIVER VALLEY MGM E 3425
039 CHEAT AND SWING MGM E 3425
040 LADY 'ROUND THE LADY MGM E 3425
041 TAKE A PEEK MGM E 3425
042 FIRST TWO LADIES CROSS OVER MGM E 3425

ALBUMS
MGM E-3425 Square Dances Designed for Dancing:
Forward Six-Backward Six; Red River Valley; Cheat And Swing; Lady 'Round The Lady; Take A Peek; First Two Ladies Cross Over – 56
BACM [UK] CD D 178 Hoyt “Slim” Bryant & His Wildcats: Where The Mountains Meet The Sky; Back To Old Smokey Mountain; My Little Texas Gal; Winter Fell On The Range; Someday You'll Want Me To Want You; I Ain't Gonna Worry No More; First Rose; Tweedle O Twill; Sioux City Sue; New San Antonio Rose; Lone Star Moon; Answer To Rainbow At Midnight; Slow Train Through Arkansas; I'll Never Make The Same Mistake Again; Oklahoma City; Got A Gal In A Town Way Out West; Thunder Storm; I Hate To See You Go; Penny Ante Polka (instr.); My Saddle My Bronco And You; That's How Much I Love You; The Letter I Forgot To Mail; Nag Oh Nag Oh Nag; I'm A Lonely Little Petunia In An Onion Patch; Whistle; Barnyard Band; Ten To One; Train Whistle Boogie; He Holds The Lantern; Deep Water; Walking The Pup (Instr.) – 07 (Thesaurus radio transcriptions)
BACM [UK] CD D 245 Hoyt “Slim” Bryant & His Wildcats, vol. 2: Opening Theme; Columbus Stockade Blues; Rosalita; Listen To The Mocking Bird (instr.); West Winds; Old Joe Clark (instr.); When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again; Barbara Polka (instr.); Headin' For The Great Divide; Is It Too Late Now; I Might Have Known; That Pioneer Mother Of Mine; Don't Trouble Me; There'll Be Some Changes Made (instr.); The Last Letter; Over The Santa Fe Trail; Ida Red (instr.); A Bicycle Built For Two; My Heart's Still In Mexico; Bessie James; Swingin' On An Old Rope Swing; Have I Waited Too Long; Detour; Are You Tired Of Me Darling; Baby Doll; Some Must Win, Some Must Lose; I Love You So Much It Hurts Me; Durang's Hornpipe (instr.); I Only Want A Buddy, Not A Sweetheart; Closing Theme – 08 (Thesaurus radio transcriptions)
BACM [UK] CD D 268 Hoyt “Slim” Bryant & His Wildcats, vol. 3: Opening Theme; Blue Mountain Moon; Wake Up Susan (instr.); My Spanish Rose; Rock Me To Sleep In My Saddle; A Little Bit Of This And That (instr.); Lonesome Cowboy; Helena Polka (instr.); Gonna Catch That Train; Comin' Through The Rye (instr.); All My Life; Pop Goes The Weasel (instr.); Hominy Grits; Climbing Up The Golden Stairs (instr.); Anita Polka (instr.); Winter Fell On The Range; Cindy Gal; Eeny Meeny Dixie Deeny; Ciribiribin; How Many Chances Do You Want; Leather Breeches (instr.); Until We Meet Again; Cactus Polka (instr.); The Man In The Moon Is A Cowhand; Tennessee Waggoner (instr.); Raggin' The Banjo (instr.); I'm Through Wasting Time On You; Bring Your Roses To Her Now; Martha Polka (instr.); Nancy; Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea; Bouncing Ball Polka (instr.); Trail To San Antone – 08 (Thesaurus radio transcriptions)
SINGLES


Columbia (1931) w Clayton McMichen
15723-D When The Bloom Is On The Sage / Yum Yum Blues - 31
15775-D Wild Cat Rag / Sweet Floreine – 32
Challenge/Superior (1931) w. Johnny Barfield and Bert Layne
16346/2812 The Rabbit Hunt – Part 1 / The Rabbit Hunt – Part 2
16406/2752 On The Banks Of The Old Ohio / Back To My Georgia Home
16407/2819 Yum Yum Blues / Peach Picking Time In Georgia
S-15415/2839 Sweet Florine / Highway Hobo
Majestic
11003 Eeny Meeney Dixie Deeney / Echo Polka – 12-46 (rev. Jan. 11, 1947)
11005 Ain't We Crazy / How Many Chances Do You Want – 47 (rev. May 17)
11010 I Love You True Blue / Bessie James – ca 05-47 (rtev. May 17)
11013 Echo Of The Indian Princess / Swingin' In An Old Rope Swing - 47
6022 Answer To Rainbow At Midnight / Too Fat Polka – 12-47 (rev. Dec. 20)
6024 Penny Ante / Please, Mr. Bartender - 47
6025 My Saddle, My Bronco And You / I Hate To See You Go - 47
6026 Thunder Storm / Rose Of Shenandoah Valley – 47
Varsity
8033  I Hate To See You Go / Rose Of Shenandoah Valley - 49
MGM (1952)
K 11355 Prairie Mary / Second Hand Heart – 10-52
K 11749 The Gal With The Coal Black Hair / The Golden Train – 06-54

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Acknowledgements

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.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
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
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
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
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
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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