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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Adolph Hofner

2nd version
By Henk Scholts, Tony Russell (Country Discography 1921-42), Michel Ruppli
, Mario Manciotti
SESSIONS

22 October 1936 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Jimmie Revard & Oklahoma Playboys (Adolph Hofner [gt/*vcl], Ben McKey [fiddle/vcl -x], Eddie Whitley [piano/vcl -o], Cotton Cooper [banjo])
R00 BS-02801 RIDE 'EM COWBOY -o Bluebird B-6739
R00 BS-02802 HOLDING THE SACK B-6992 Twin FT8418
R01 BS-02803 CAKE EATIN' MAN -* B-6753
R00 BS-02804 TRIFLIN’ GAL –o B-6739
R00 BS-02805 SWING ME -o B-6712
R00 BS-02806 A LITTLE PRAYER FOR ME B-7085
R00 BS-02807 DIRTY DOG B-6992 Twin FT8418/ Folklyric CD 7029
R00 BS-02808 FOX AND THE HOUNDS B-6753
R00 BS-02809 BLUES IN THE BOTTLE -o B-6842
R00 BS-02810 SHE'S ALL MINE B-6842
R00 BS-02835 WHAT'S THE USE B-6823
R02 BS-02836 SINCE YOU LEFT ME, HON -* B-6823
R00 BS-02837 BIG STRING BAND -x B-6654
26 October 1936 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Jimmie Revard & Oklahoma Playboys (Adolph Hofner [gt/*vcl], Emil Hofner [steel], Ben McKey [fiddle/vcl -x], Eddie Whitley [piano/vcl -o], Cotton Cooper [banjo/-+ vcl])
R00 BS-02936 SHE IS MY GAL B-7297
R00 BS-02937 CRAFTON BLUES B-6712
R00 BS-02938 OKLAHOMA ROUNDER -x B-6654
R00 BS-02939 AFTER HOURS BLUES -o B-6774
R00 BS-02940 BIG DADDY BLUES -o B-6774
R03 BS-02941 STARA KOVARNA - * B-2575/Folklyric CD 7029
R04 BS-02942 NA MARJANSE -* B-2575/Folklyric CD 7029
R00 BS-02943 IT AIN'T NO GOOD -+ B-6679
R00 BS-02944 NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY -+ B-6679
R05 BS-02945 JUST REFINED -* B-7061
Tracks R03-R04 released as by The Hofner Brothers
26 February 1937 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Jimmie Revard & Oklahoma Playboys (Adolph Hofner [gt/*vcl], Curly Williams [gt/bass/-+vcl], Emil Hofner [steel], Ben McKey [fiddle/vcl -x], Art Francis [piano], Cotton Cooper [banjo])
R06 BS-07351 PLAYBOY’S BREAKDOWN B-7371 20-2987
R00 BS-07352 TULSA WALTZ B-7371 20-2987
R00 BS-07353 I'VE GOT TROUBLE IN MIND -+ B-6935
R00 BS-07354 LOSE YOUR BLUES AND LAUGH AT LIFE -+ B-7028
R00 BS-07355 YOU'RE MEAN TO ME B-6935 Twin FT8376
R00 BS-07356 MY LITTLE GIRL I LOVE YOU -+ B-6877 20-3117 Twin FT8337
R00 BS-07357 IT'S MY TIME NOW -+ B-6877
R00 BS-07358 RIDING DOWN THE CANYON -x,-+ B-8141
R00 BS-07359 THAT'S MY GAL -+ B-7028
R00 BS-07360 THINKING B-7172
R00 BS-07361 PICKIN' COTTON BLUES -+ B-7172
R07 BS-07362 SPANISH MEDLEY OF WALTZES -* -+ B-8117
R00 BS-07363 I WANT A GIRL -+ B-7085 Twin FT8475
R08 BS-07364 DADDY'S GOT THE DEEP ELM BLUES -* B-7061
14 September 1937 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Jimmie Revard & Oklahoma Playboys (Adolph Hofner [gt/*vcl], Curly Williams [gt/bass/-+vcl], Chet Carnes [banjo], Emil Hofner [steel], Bob Belnard [fiddle], George Timberlake [piano], Cal Callison [accordion], + vocal trio)
R00 BS-014135 COME UP AND SEE ME SOME DAY B-7248
R00 BS-014136 BOUND TO LOOK LIKE A MONKEY -+ B-7481
R09 BS-014137 WE PLAYED A GAME -* B-7309/ Folklyric CD 7029
R00 BS-014138 AT THE END OF THE LANE B-7370
R10 BS-014139 WE'LL RIDE THE TIDE TOGETHER -* B-7199
R00 BS-014140 PAPA'S GETTIN MAD -+ B-7520
R11 BS-014141 DOES MY BABY LOVE ME, YES SIR! -* B-7199/ Folklyric CD 7029
R00 BS-014142 LET ME LIVE AND LOVE YOU -+ B-7248
R12 BS-014143 GEE! BUT IT'S GREAT WALKING BACK HOME -* B-7309
R00 BS-014144 CATS ARE BAD LUCK B-7520
R13 BS-014145 AM I BLUE -* B-7481
R14 BS-014146 IT'S ALL SO SWEET -* B-7370
5 April 1938 Blue Bonnet Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner and His Texans (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Cecil Hogan [gt], Smiley Whitley [steel], Emil Hofner [banjo], Buck Wheeler [bass], Johnny Williams [fiddle], Bill Pennington [piano] + trio harmony vcl -1, vocal trio -2)
001 BS-022122-1 BETTER QUIT IT NOW B-7597/Folklyric CD 7029 Properbox 6
002 BS-022123-1 SOMEDAY SOON B-7701/BACM CD D 297
003 BS-022124-1 I NEVER FELT SO BLUE B-7833/ Arhoolie LP-5020
004 BS-022125-1 SOMEONE THINKS OF SOMEONE -1 B-7641
005 BS-022126-1 HOW I MISS YOU TONIGHT B-7597/ Folklyric CD 7029
006 BS-022127-1 RIDE ALONG -2 B-7900
007 BS-022128-1 NIGHT TIME DOWN SOUTH B-7833/CD D 297
008 BS-022129-1 A HOLE IN THE WALL B-7641
009 BS-022130-1 OUR LITTLE ROMANCE IS THROUGH B-7701/CD D 297
010 BS-022131-1 TONIGHT I'M BLUE AND LONELY B-7752 Twin FT8637/CD D 297
011 BS-022132-1 COME ON AND SWING ME B-7900
012 BS-022133-1 BROWN EYED SWEET B-7752 Twin FT8637/OT LP 116 Folklyric CD 7029 FACD 032
25 October 1938 Blue Bonnet Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Texans (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [banjo], Bill Dickey [bass], Tommy Dickey [fiddle], Bert Ferguson [piano], Beal Ruff [clarinet] + vocal trio)
013 BS-028581-1 SWING WITH THE MUSIC B-7931
014 BS-028582-1 SO TIRED OF WAITING B-8030
015 BS-028583-1 I’LL KEEP MY OLD GUITAR B-7931 Montgomery Ward M-7669/ Arhoolie LP-5020 Folklyric CD 7029
016 BS-028584-1 DREAMING WALTZ B-8071 Montgomery Ward M-7669
017 BS-028585-1 THAT HONKY-TONK RHYTHM B-8071
018 BS-028586-1 IT'S BEST TO BEHAVE B-7955/Properbox 83
019 BS-028587-1 IT’S ALL MY FAULT B-7988 Montgomery Ward M-7671
020 BS-028588-1 AM I HAPPY? B-7988
021 BS-028589-1 I GUESS YOU'RE LAUGHING NOW B-8030
022 BS-028590-1 SOMEONE IS ALONE B-8024 Montgomery Ward M-7671 Regal Zonophone G 23790
023 BS-028591-1 THAT LITTLE TOWN B-7955 Montgomery Ward M-7670
024 BS-028592-1 LITTLE BROWN-EYED LADY B-8024 Montgomery Ward M-7670 Regal Zonophone G 23790
27 October 1938 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX – Tom Dickey & Showboys (Adolph Hofner [gt/-* vcl], Emil Hofner [steel], Bert Ferguson [piano])
D01 BS-028729 IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE NOW* B-7920 Montgomery Ward M-7627
D02 BS-028730 SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING AT HER COMMAND* B-7997
D03 BS-028731 I THANK YOU, MISTER MOON* B-7997 Montgomery Ward M-7628
D00 BS-028732 I WISH YOU WELL – SCHOOTISCHE B-7946 B-7980 Montgomery Ward M-7628
D04 BS-028733 FIFTEEN DOLLARS A WEEK* B-7920 Montgomery Ward M-7627
D05 BS-028734 THIS CRAZY THING* B-7980 Montgomery Ward M-7629
D06 BS-028735 THAT’S ALL I WANT TO KNOW* B-7946 Montgomery Ward M-7628
D07 BS-028736 I WISH YOU WELL* B-7980
13 February 1940 Jefferson Hotel, Dallas, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Texans (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Seago [fiddle/mandolin], John Williams [fiddle], Buck Wheeler [bass], poss. Johnny Rives [bass], Bert Ferguson [piano) [*vcl Czech]
025 BS-047671-1 YOU'RE ALWAYS ON MY MIND B-8628
026 BS-047672-1 KITTY CLYDE unissued
027 BS-047673-1 WHY SHOULD I CRY OVER YOU? B-8421 Montgomery Ward M-8699/LP 5020 Folklyric CD 7029
028 BS-047674-1 BECAUSE I HAVE LOST YOU B-8421 Montgomery Ward M-8699
029 BS-047675-1 STRASHIDLO POLKA* [THE GHOST] B-8463 M-8697/ Folklyric LP 90311 CD 7029
030 BS-047676-1 DIS JA LIEBE SPIM* B-8463 Montgomery Ward M-8697/Folklyric CD 7029
031 BS-047677-1 JOE TURNER’S BLUES B-8508 Montgomery Ward M-8698/String Folklyric CD 7029
032 BS-047678-1 SAM THE OLD ACCORDION MAN* B-8508 Montgomery Ward M-8698/Arhoolie LP-5020 Folklyric CD 7029
033 BS-047679-1 MARIA ELENA WALTZ* B-8416 Montgomery Ward M-8699/ Arhoolie LP-5020 Folklyric CD 7029
034 BS-047680-1 SPANISH TWO STEP B-8416 Montgomery Ward M-8699/Folklyric CD 7029
13 February 1940 Jefferson Hotel, Dallas, TX – Jimmie Revard's Oklahoma Cowboys (Adolph Hofner [piano/vcl -*], Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Seago [fiddle/mandolin], ? [fiddle], Buck Wheeler [bass], Edmond Frankie or Johnny Rives [bass], Bert Ferguson [piano)
R00 BS-047681 DON‘T WASTE YOUR TEARS OVER ME, LITTLE GIRL B-8405 Montgomery Ward M-8731
R00 BS-047682 JUST A GOOD TIME GAL B-8405 Montgomery Ward M-8731
R00 BS-047683 I'LL TAKE HER BACK B-8513 Montgomery Ward M-8734
R00 BS-047684 THE SIDEWALK WALTZ B-8419 Montgomery Ward M-8732
R15 BS-047685 MISTAKES -* B-8419 Montgomery Ward M-8732
R00 BS-047686 UNDER THE MOON B-8453 Montgomery Ward M-8733
R00 BS-047687 IF THEY STRING ME UP B-8453 Montgomery Ward M-8733
R00 BS-047688 JA DA B-8513 Montgomery Ward M-8734
28 February 1941 WBAO Studio, Blackstone Hotel, Fort Worth, TX – Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [steel/vcl-1], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Buck Wheeler [bass], Johnny Rives [fiddle-2/drums], Bert Ferguson [piano])
035 DAL 1195-1 SOUTH TEXAS SWING OKeh 06350/Arhoolie LP-5020 Folklyric CD 7029
036 DAL 1196-1 ALAMO RAG OKeh 06139 Columbia 37656 20255/OT LP-117 Folklyric CD 7029
037 DAL 1197-1 COTTON EYED JOE OKeh 06184 Columbia 37658 20257/Folklyric CD 7029 C4K-47911 Paperbox 6
038 DAL 1198-1 UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN OKeh 06264
039 DAL 1199-1 SOMETIMES OKeh 06614 Columbia 37415 20142/Folklyric CD 7029
040 DAL 1200-2 WAITING DEAR, FOR YOU -1 OKeh 06614 Columbia 37415 20142
041 DAL 1201-1 JESSIE POLKA -2 –instr.- OKeh 06350 Columbia 20455/ Arhoolie LP-5020 Folklyric CD 7029
28 February 1941 WBAO Studio, Blackstone Hotel, Fort Worth, TX – Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [steel], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Buck Wheeler [bass], Johnny Rives [fiddle/drums], Bert Ferguson [piano])
042 DAL 1202-1 I WAS SO HAPPY OKeh 06264
043 DAL 1203-1 YOU DON’T LOVE ME ANYMORE OKeh 06492 Columbia 37433 20160
044 DAL 1204-1 WILL YOU THINK OF ME? OKeh 06492 Columbia 37433 20160
045 DAL 1205-1 THERE’S A STAR IN THE HEAVENS OKeh 06139 Columbia 37656 20255
046 DAL 1206-1 PAUL JONES (ARKANSAS TRAVELER) OKeh 06184 Columbia 37658 20257/Folklyric CD 7029
28 February 1942 Hollywood, CA – Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [gt/steel/hmny vcl-1], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Atlee Frazier [bass], Johnny Rives [fiddle/drums], Walter Kleypas [accordion])
047 H 690-1 SAGE BRUSH SHUFFLE –instr.- Columbia 37241 20100/OT LP 117 CD 7029
048 H 691-1 TICKLE TOE POLKA Columbia 20455/TS LP 2220 CD D 297
049 H 692-1 I GUESS YOU FORGOT unissued/CD D 297
050 H 693-1 FOR THE ONE I LOVE IS YOU unissued
051 H 694-1 ALAMO STEEL SERENADE –instr.- Columbia 37817 20356
052 H 695-1 ROSE OF THE ALAMO unissued
053 H 696-1 LET’S COUNT THE STARS TOGETHER unissued
054 H 697-1 SWEETHEART, THIS IS GOODBYE Columbia 37241 20100
055 H 698-1 SWING WITH THE MUSIC -1 Columbia 37817 20356/TS LP 2220 CD D 297
056 H 699-1 WITH YOU STILL IN MY HEART unissued/CD D 297
1 March 1942 Hollywood, CA – Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], Emil Hofner [gt/steel], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Atlee Frazier [bass], Johnny Rives [fiddle/drums], Walter Kleypas [accordion])
057 H 700-1 TRAINING CAMP SHUFFLE unissued/CD D 297
058 H 701-1 DRATENIK [THE TINKER POLKA] unissued
059 H 702-1 CERVENY SATACHEK [RED HANDKERCHIEF] unissued/CD D 297
060 H 703-1 BARUSKA [BARBARA] POLKA Columbia 319-F/ CD D 7026 CD D 297
061 H 704-1 U STUDENKY SEDELA [AT THE SPRING] Columbia 319-F/CD D 297
062 H 705-1 GULF COAST SPECIAL unissued/Epic EG-37324 EPC LP 22124
063 H 706-1 THERE'S A PALACE DOWN IN DALLAS unissued/CD D 297
064 H 707-1 DIS SYNE ODPUSTIK PRAHY [FAREWELL TO PRAGUE] Columbia 321-F/CD D 297
065 H 708-1 SVESTKOVA ALEJ [THE PRUNE SONG] Columbia 321-F/CD D 297
066 H 709-1 WABASH BLUES unissued/CD D 297
ca. June 1947 poss. San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Orchestra (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], possibly: Dave Frazier [el gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Eddie Duncan [bass], Jimmy Blankenship [drums], Slim Wallace [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
067 IF 19 GREEN MEADOW WALTZ Imperial 8010
068 IF 20 ALAMO SCHOTTISCHE 1140 8010
069 IF 21 HAPPY GO LUCKY POLKA 1141 8012/Arhoolie LP-5020 CD 7026
070 IF 22 THE PRUNE WALTZ 1141 8012/OT LP 123 CD 7026
ca. July 1947 poss. San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Orchestra (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], possibly: Dave Frazier [el gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Eddie Duncan [bass], Jimmy Blankenship [drums], Slim Wallace [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
071 IF-29 ITALIAN DREAM WALTZ –instr.- 8015
072 IF-30 KELLEY WALTZ –instr.- 8015/CD 7029
073 IF-31 WHITE CHRISTMAS 8016
074 IF-32 I WON' T MIND 8016
Fall 1947 poss. San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Orchestra (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], possibly: Dave Frazier [el gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Smitty Highsmith [el bass], Eddie Bowers [drums], Slim Wallace [fiddle], Charlie Gregg [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano]) [*vcl Czech]
075 IF-45 WESTPHALIA WALTZ –instr.- 1142 8022/CD D 297
076 IF-46 TEXAS IS MY HOME 8022/CD D 297
077 IF-47 JULIDA POLKA* 8020/Folklyric CD 7029
078 IF-48 GREEN MEADOW WALTZ* 1140 8020/LBC 3 CD 7026
079 IF-49 IN THE VALLEY OF THE MOON 8033
080 IF-50 BECAUSE I HAVE LOST YOU 8041
081 IF-51 ROSE OF THE ALAMO! 8033
082 IF 52 FORGIVE ME ONE MORE TIME 8041
late 1947 poss. Houston, TX – Adolph Hofner & His Orchestra & His Orchestra (Adolph Hofner [vcl/gt], possibly: Dave Frazier [el gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Eddie Duncan [bass], Jimmy Blankenship [drums], Slim Wallace [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano]) [*vcl Czech]
083 IF-69 LONGHORN STOMP –instr.- 8028 / Arhoolie LP-5020 CD 7029
084 IF-70 THE LITTLE THINGS YOU DO 8028
085 IF-71 THE BLUE BONNET POLKA 1142 8037/CD D 297
086 IF-72 DARLIN‘ YOU’RE THE ALL THE WORLD TO ME 8037
087 IF-73 TUMBLEWEED SHUFFLE unissued
088 IF-74 SHINER SONG* 8027 1149/ Arhoolie LP-5020 CD 7029
089 IF-75 BARBARA POLKA 8027 1149
090 IF-76 BETTER QUIT IT NOW unissued
4 May 1950 poss. Jim Beck Studio, 1101 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX – Adolf Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [gt], Emil Hofner [vcl-1/steel], Chester McIntyre [vcl-2], vcl trio -3 + unknown musicians)
091 CO 43801 COTTON EYED JOE –instr.- 20718 H-13/HL-9017
092 CO 43802 DUDE RANCH SCHOTTISCHE –instr.- 20719 H-13/HL-9017
093 CO 43803 SEVEN STEP POLKA –instr.- 20719 H-13/HL-9017
094 CO 43804 HERR SCHMIDT –instr.- 20721 H-13/HL-9017
095 CO 43805 RYE WALTZ –instr.- 20720 H-13/HL-9017
096 CO 43806 PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT –instr.- 20718 H-13/HL-9017
097 CO 43807 LITTLE BROWN JUG –instr.- 20720 H-13/HL-9017
098 CO 43808 TEN PRETTY GIRLS –instr.- 20721 H-13/HL-9017
099 CO 43809 LIFE PASSED ME BY -1 Columbia 20710 2-674
100 CO 43810 HESKA HOLKA SCHOTTISCHE -1 20710 2-674
101 CO 43811 PLEASE DON'T TAKE THAT BOTTLE FROM ME -2 20749 2-832/CD D 297
102 CO 43812 IN MY HEART AND ON MY MIND 20749 2-832
Early 1950s [radio transcriptions] Radio Station KTSA, San Antonio, TX - Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Merritt [bass/vcl-1], Eddie Bowers [drums], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
10201 THEME (SUN BONNET SUE) & PEARL BEER COMMERCIAL LP 5020 CD 7029
10202 YOU CAN’T BREAK MY HEART -1 LP 5020 CD 7029
10203 DRAGGIN‘ THE BOW –instr.- LP 5020 CD 7029
10204 IT’S A SIN LP 5020
10205 HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME CD 7029
10206 THEME OUT (SUN BONNET SUE) LP 5020 CD 7029
22 March 1955 Bradley Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Adolph Hofner & His San Antonians (Adolph Hofner [vcl-1], Pee Wee Maples [vcl-2], Eddie Bowers [vcl-3] + unknown musicians)
103 87762/BR 9064 ALAMO RAG –instr.- Decca ED-2227/DL-5564 CD D 297
104 87761/BR 9065 JULIDA POLKA -1 ED-2227/DL-5564 CD D 297
105 87763/BR 9066 SOUTH TEXAS SWING –instr.- ED-2227/DL-5564 CD D 297
106 87760/BR 9067 THE TICKLE TOE SONG -2 ED-2227/DL-5564 CD D 297
107 87768/BR 9068 THE ROSE I MET IN MONTEREY unissued
108 87764/BR 9069 COUNTY FAIR POLKA -1 ED-2228/DL-5564 CD D 297
109 87766/BR 9070 SOUTH OF THE BORDER IN LAREDO -3 ED-2228/DL-5564 CD D 297
110 87767/BR 9071 HAPPY GO LUCKY POLKA -1 ED-2228/DL-5564 CD D 297
111 87765/BR 9072 TWILIGHT WALTZ –instr- ED-2228/DL-5564 CD D 297
112 87769/BR 9073 BABY YOU BETTER SETTLE DOWN unissued
4 March 1956 ACA Studio, 5520 Washington Ave., Houston, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt/vcl-1], Eddie Smokey Sweat [ld gr/fiddle], Emil Hofner [steel], Wilbur Leon Pee Wee Maples [bass/vcl-2], Eddie Bowers [drums/vcl-3], poss. J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
113 ACA 3367 THE COUNTRY FAIR POLKA -1 SARG 131/CD 2-101
114 ACA 3368 THE TICKLR-TOE SONG -2 131/CD 2-101
115 ROCKIN‘ AND A-BOPPIN‘ -3 138/CD 2-101
116 I GET SO LONESOME (SINCE YOU’RE GONE) 138/CD 2-101
19 June 1958 KENS Radio and Television Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt/calls-1], Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Merritt [bass/vcl], Eddie Bowers [drums], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano] + The Hofner Trio [vcl-2])
117 BANDERA WALTZ -2 152/CD 2-101
118 DANCE THE PAUL JONES/OLD JOE CLARK -2 152/CD 2-101
2 May 1959 Eddie Morris Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt/vcl-1], poss. Ed Smokey Sweat [ld gt], Emil Hofner [steel/hmny vcl-2], Leon Merritt [bass/gt/vcl-3], Eddie Bowers [drums/hmny vcl], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle/hmny vcl], Charlie Poss [piano])
119 PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA -1 161/CD-2-101
120 CARELESS -1,3 161/CD-2-101
121 BEAUTIFUL AMERICA - WALTZ (KRASHNA AMERICA) -2 169/CD-2-101
122 JULIDA POLKA -2 169/SLPS 1803 CD-2-101
12 September 1960 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Arthur Slim Thaler [bass], Eddie Bowers [drums], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
123 S 1022 WESTPHALIA WALTZ 183/SLPS 1803/CD-2-101
124 S 1023 DUDE RANCH SCHOTTISCHE 183/SLPS 1803/CD-2-101
Summer 1961 [radio broadcast] KENS Radio and Television Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner
12401 FIDDLE SWING Country Routes RFDCD 31
12402 END OF THE LINE Country Routes RFDCD 31
12463 TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING Country Routes RFDCD 31
Country Routes RFDCD 31 SEVEN COME ELEVEN TEXAS SWING ON RADIO AND TV 1946-1964 [UK]
6 November 1961 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt], Emil Hofner [steel/tenor gt], E.A. Junior Mitchan [bass], Eddie Bowers [drums/vcl-1], J.R. Chatwell [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano])
125 S 1045 THE THREE CABALLEROS -1 195/CD-2-101
126 S 1046 MEXICO 195/CD-2-101
127 621111-B OVER THE WAVES 202/CD-2-101
128 PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT 207/SLPS 1803/CD-2-101
11 October 1962 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt/vcl-1], Eddie Smokey Sweat [ld gt/fiddle/vcl-3], Emil Hofner [steel/hmny vcl-2], E.A. Junior Mitchan [bass], Eddie Bowers [drums/vcl-4], Charlie Poss [piano])
129 621111-A PIPELINER BLUES -3 202/CD-2-101
130 MILK COW BLUES -4 207/CD-2-101
131 660101-A EL RANCHO GRANDE -1,2 222/CD-2-101
132 660101-B HERR SCHMIDT 222/CD-2-101
13 January 1964 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt/vcl-1], Emil Hofner [steel], E.A. Junior Mitchan [bass/hmny vcl-2], Eddie Bowers [drums], Louie Tierney [fiddle/sax], Charlie Poss [piano])
133 UNDER THE DOUBLE EAGLE 212/CD-2-101
134 THE BLUE SKIRT WALTZ -1 212/CD-2-101
135 COTTON EYED JOE 217/SLPS 1803 / CD-2-101
136 MONTERREY ROSE -2 217/CD-2-101
1966 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Merritt [bass], Jimmy Tutt [drums], Leonard Brown [fiddle/trumpet], Charlie Poss [piano], Harry Baxter [trombone])
137 SPANISH TWO STEP 227/CD-2-101
138 RED WING 227/CD-2-101
Late 1967 or early 1968 Texas Sound Studio, San Antonio, TX – Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [gt], Emil Hofner [steel], Leon Merritt [bass/vcl-1], Jimmy Tutt [drums], Leonard Brown [fiddle/trumpet], Charlie Poss [piano], Harry Baxter [trombone])
139 LH-4162 LITTLE STAR IN HEAVE [ESTRELLITA] -1 232/CD-2-101
140 LH-4163 TEN PRETTY GIRLS 232/CD-2-101
141 LH-5865 JESSIE POLKA 237/CD-2-101
142 LH-5866 LET’S MAKE BELIEVE WE’RE SWEETHEARTS (SINCE I CAN’T HAVE MY WAY) -1 237/CD-2-101
Late 1973 Jones Sound Studio, Houston, TX - Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers (Adolph Hofner [bass/vcl-1], Darlene Hofner [vcl-3], Kathy Hofner [vcl-4], Cecil Moore [ld gt], Emil Hofner [steel/hmny cal-1], Jimmy Tutt [drums/vcl-5], Leonard Brown [fiddle], Charlie Poss [piano], Dave Gabriel Mazoch [trumpet/vcl-2])
143 LH-11215 YOU AIN'T WOMAN ENOUGH -3 248/CD-2-101
144 LH-11216 YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BABY TO CRY -4 248/CD-2-101
145 LH-13729 KANSAS CITY -2 249/SLPS 1803 CD-2-101
146 LH-13730 FAST WOMEN, SLOW HORSES AND WINE -5 249
147 LH-14845 JALISCO -3 251/SLPS 1803
148 LH-14846 I'LL BE WITH YOU IN APPLE BLOSSOM TIME -4 251/SLPS 1803
From unknown SARG sessions - Adolph Hofner & The Pearl Wranglers
149 SUGAR BLUES SLPS 1803/CD-2-101
150 MANSION ON THE HILL SLPS 1803
151 STEEL GUITAR RAG SLPS 1803/CD-2-101


ALBUMS
Columbia HL-9017 Dude Ranch Dances:
Cotton Eyed Joe; Put Your Little Foot; Dude Ranch Schottische; Seven Step Polka; Little Brown Jug; Rye Waltz; Ten Pretty Girls; Herr Schmidt – 51 (10“ LP. Also on 78 RPM album H-13)
IMP-541 Adolph Hofner Orchestra: (tracks unknown) - 54 (10“ LP.)
Decca DL-5564 Country And Western Dance-O-Rama, No. 4 : Tickle Toe Song; Julida Polka; Alamo Rag; South Texas Swing; County Fair Polka; Twilight Waltz; South Of The Border In Laredo; Happy Go Lucky Polka – 55 (10“ LP)
SARG SLPS-1803 Your Friend Adolph Hofner: Jalisco; I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time; Kansas City; Sugar Blues; Mansion On The Hill; Cotton Eyed Joe; Put Your Little Foot; Julida Polka; Dude Ranch Schottische; Westphalia Waltz; Steel Guitar Rag - 73
Arhoolie LP-5020 South Texas Swing (His Early Rexordings 1935-1955): South Texas Swing; Maria Ellena; Mistakes; Why Should I Cry Over You; Jessie Polka; Shiner Song; I Never Felt So Blue; Longthorn Stomp; Happy Go Lucky Polka; Radio Broadcast; I'll Keep My Old Guitar - 01-80
Arhoolie/Folklyric CD 7029 South Texas Swing: Better Quit It Now; How I Miss You Tonight; Dirty Dog*; We Played A Game*; Does My Baby Love Me*; Yes Sir!; I'll Keep My Old Guitar; Brown Eyed Sweet; Maria Elena; Spanish Two-Step; Why Should I Cry Over You?; Joe Turner Blues; Sam, The Old Accordian Man; Alamo Rag; South Texas Swing; Jessie Polka; Sage Brush Shuffle; Cotton-Eyed Joe; Paul Jones; Stara Kovarna; Strashidlo; Dis Ja Liebe Spim; Na Marjanse; Julida Polka; Kelley Waltz; Longhorn Stomp; Radio Broadcast (You Can't Break My Heart; Draggin' The Bow; Hang Your Head In Shame; Pearl Beer Theme) – 94 (*by Jimmie Revard)
SARG CD-2-101 Adolph Hofner And The Pearl Wranglers: The Country Fair Polka; The Tickle-Toe Song; Rockin’ And A-Boppin; I Get So Lonesome (Since You’re Gone); Bandera Waltz; Dance The Paul Jones - Old Joe Clark; Careless; Pistol Packin' Mama; Julida Polka; Beautiful America – Waltz; Dude Ranch Schottische; Westphalia Waltz; The Three Caballeros; Mexico; Pipeliner Blues; Over The Waves; Milk Cow Blues; Put Your Little Foot; The Blue Skirt Waltz; Under The Double Eagle; Monterrey Rose; Cotton Eyed Joe; El Rancho Grande; Herr Schmidt; Spanish Two Step; Red Wing; Little Star In Heaven (Estrellita); Ten Pretty Girls; Let's Make Believe We're Sweethearts (Since I Can’t Have My Way); Jessie Polka; You Ain't Woman Enough; Kansas City; You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry; Sugar Blues; Steel Guitar Rag – (double)
BACM [UK] CD D 297 Swing With The Music (Bluebird, Columbia, Imperial, Decca Recordings): The Tickle Toe Song; Julida Polka; Alamo Rag; South Texas Swing; Country Fair Polka; Twilight Waltz; South Of The Border In Laredo; Happy Go Lucky Polka; Someday Soon; Night Time Down South; Our Little Romance Is Through ; I’m Blue And Lonely; Tickle Toe; I Guess You Forgot ; Swing With The Music; With You Still In My Heart ; Training Camp Shuffle; Cerveny Satachek (Red Handkerchief); Baruska (Barbara) Polka; U Studenky Sedela (At The Spring); There’s A Palace Down In Dallas; Dis Syme Odpustik Prahu (Farewell To Prague); Sveskova Alej (The Prune Song); Wabash Blues; Westphalia Waltz; Texas Is My Home; The Blue Bonnet Polka; Please Don’t Take That Bottle From Me - 10






EPs
Decca
ED 2227 Tickle Toe Song; Julida Polka / Alamo Rag; South Texas Swing – 10-55 (MX: S 2448/9; rev. Oct. 15)
ED 2228  County Fair Polka; Twilight Waltz / South Of The Borded In Laredo; Happy Go Lucky Polka – 10-55 (MX: S 2450/1; rev. Oct. 15)


SINGLES (Jimmy Revard and Tom Dickey singles not included)
Bluebird (1936-40)
B-7597 Show I Miss You Tonight / Better Quit Now - 05-38
B-7641 Hole In The Wall / Someone Thinks Of Someone - 07-38
B-7701 Our Little Romance Is Thru / Someday Soon - 08-38
B-7752 Tonight I'm Lonely And Blue / Brown Eyed Sweetheart - 09-38 (also on Twin FT 8637)
B-7833 Nightime Down South / I Never Felt So Blue - 10-38
B-7900 Ride Along / Come On And Swing Me - 11-38
B-7931 Swing With The Music / I'll Keep My Old Guitar - 12-38
B-7955 It's Best To Behave / That Little Town - 12-38
B-7988 It's All My Fault / Am I Happy - 01-39
B-8024 Someone Is Alone / Little Brown Eyed Lady - 02-39 (also on Regal Zonophone G 23790, AUS)
B-8071 Dreaming Waltz / Honky Tonk Rhythm - 03-39
M-7669 I'll Keep My Old Guitar / Dreaming Waltz - 39 (reissue, Montgomery Ward)
M-7670 That Little Town / Little Brown Eyed Lady - 39 (reissue, Montgomery Ward)
M-7671 It's All My Fault / Someone Is Alone - 39 (reissue, Montgomery Ward)
B-8416 Maria Elena Waltz / Spanish Two Step - 03-40 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M 8699)
B-8421 Why Should I Cry Over You / Because I Have Lost You - 04-40
B-8463 Dis Ja Liebe Spim / Strashidlo Polka - 06-40 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M 8697)
B-8508 I Am The Old Accordion Man / Joe Turner's Blues - 07-40 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M 8698)
B-8628 You're Always On My Mind / (Wade Mainer:) North Carolina Moon - 02-41
OKeh (1941-42)
06139 There's A Star In The Heaven's / Alamo Rag - 04-41
06184 Paul Jones (Old Time Dance) / Cotton Eyed Joe - 05-41
06264 Until We Meet Again / I Was So Happy - 06-41
06350 South Texas Swing / Jessie Polka - 08-41
06492 Will You Think Of Me / You Don't Love Me Anymore - 11-41
06614 Sometimes / Waiting For You Dear - 03-42 (rev. March 14)
Columbia (OKeh recordings reissues)
37241 Sweetheart, This Is Goodbye / Sage Brush Shuffle - 03-47
37415 Sometimes / Waiting For You Dear - 05-47 (reissue of 06614)
37433 You Don't Love Me Anymore / Will You Think Of Me - 06-47 (reissue of 06492)
37656 There's A Star In The Heaven's / Alamo Rag - 07-47 (reissue of 06139)
37658 Paul Jones (Old Time Dance) / Cotton Eyed Joe - 07-47 (reissue of 06184)
37817 Swing With The Music / Alamo Steel Serenade - 08-47 (rev. Aug. 16)
20100 Sweetheart, This Is Goodbye / Sage Brush Shuffle - 48
20142 Sometimes / Waiting For You Dear - 48 (reissue of 06614)
20160You Don't Love Me Anymore / Will You Think Of Me - 48 (reissue of 06492)
20255 There's A Star In The Heaven's / Alamo Rag - 48 (reissue of 06139)
20257 Paul Jones (Old Time Dance) / Cotton Eyed Joe - 48 (reissue of 06184)
20356 Swing With The Music / Alamo Steel Serenade - 48
20455 Tickle Toe Polka / Jessie Polka - 07-48
Imperial (1948-49)
1140 Green Meadow Waltz / Alamo Schottische – 47
1141 Happy Go Lucky Polka / The Prune Waltz – 47
1142 Westphalia Waltz / The Blue Bonnet Polka – 47
1149 Shiner Song / Barbara Polka - 48
8010 Maria Elena / Alamo Scootishe - 48
8012 The Prune Waltz / Happy Go Lucky Polka - 48
8015 Kelley Waltz / Italian Dream Waltz - 48
8016 White Christmas / I Won't Mind - 11-48
8020 Julinda Polka / Green Meadow Waltz - 49
8022 Texas Is My Home / Westphalia Waltz - 49
8027 Barbara Waltz / Shiner Song - 49
8028 Longhorn Stomp / Little Things You Do - 49
8033 Rose Of The Alamo / In The Valley Of The Moon - 49
8037 Blue Bonnet Polka / Darlin' You're All The World To Me - 49
8041 Forgive Me / Because I Have Lost You - 49
Columbia (1950)
20710/2-674 [33 RPM] Heska Holka Schottische / Life Passed Me By - 06-50 (rev. July 15)
20718 Cotton Eyed Joe / Put Your Little Foot Out - 07-50
20719 Dude Ranch Schottische / Seven Step Polka - 07-50
20720 Rye Waltz / Little Brown Jug - 07-50
20721 Herr Schmidt / Ten Pretty Girls - 07-50
20749/2-832 In My Heart And On My Mind / Please Don't Take The Bottle From Me - 11-50
SARG (1956-73)
131-45 Country Fair Polka / The Tickle-Toe Song – 56
138-45 Rockin‘ And A-Boppin‘ / I Get So Lonesome (Since You’ve Gone) - 56
152-45 Bandera Waltz / Dance The Paul Jones And Old Joe Clark - 29-07-58
161-45 Pistol Packin' Mama / Careless - 27-05-59 (rev. June 8)
169-45 Julida Waltz / Beautiful America Waltz - 16-12-59
183-45 Dude Ranch Scottische / Westphalia Waltz - 24-09-60 (rev. Oct. 17)
195-45 Three Caballeros / Mexico - 12-12-61
202-45 Pipeliner Blues / Over The Waves - 11-12-62
207-45 Milk Cow Blues / Put Your Little Foot - 27-04-63
212-45 Under The Double Eagle / The Blue Skirt Waltz - 29-01-64
217-45 Cotton Eyed Joe / Monterrey Rose - 02-05-64
222-45 El Rancho Grande / Herr Schmidt - 21-01-66
227-45 Spanish Two Step / Red Wing - 21-10-67
232-45 Pretty Girls / Little Star In Heaven (Estrellita) - 12-04-68
237-45 Let's Make Believe We're Sweethearts / Jessie Polka - 18-08-69
248-45 You Ain't Woman Enough / You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry - 30-12-73
249-45 Kansas City / Fast Women, Slow Horses And Wine - 01-08-75
251-45 Jalisco / I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time - 13-05-76

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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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