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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Curley Money

By Dick Grant & Al Turner With Acknowledgements To Phil Tricker, Adam Komorowski, & Timothy Glawson
SESSIONS

ca February 1956 Ben Parsons Wee Rebel Studio, Columbus, GA – Curley Money and the Rolling Ramblers (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl/gt] + unknown musicians)
001 PLAYING THE GAME Rambler 45-549
002 WHY MUST I CRY 45-549
1957 Ben Parsons Wee Rebel Studio, Columbus, GA – Curley Money & Howard Vincent and His Rolling Ramblers (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl/gt] + unknown musicians)
003 H80W-2088 DON’T TAKE MY MEMORIES Rambler 550
004 H80W-2089 MOONLIGHT BABY 550
1957 Ben Parsons Wee Rebel Studio, Columbus, GA – Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl-2/gt], Hubert Brooks [vcl-1/ ], Grover Bozeman [?])
005 H80W-2178 TENDERLY I LOVE YOU -1 Rambler 551
006 H80W-2179 STOP YOUR KNOCKIN’ -2 Rambler 551/Bison Bop Bb-LP-2003 Buffalo Bop Bb-CD-55189
BUFFALO BOP BbCD-55189 HEPCAT ROCKABILLY (GER, 2008)
1957 Ben Parsons Wee Rebel Studio, Columbus, GA – Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl-2/gt], Grover Bozeman [vcl-1/])
007 H80W-2421-1 THE VERY FIRST TIME -1 Rambler 552
008 H80W-2422-1/8812* GONNA ROCK -2 552 RR-3407 Money 8812*/Bison Bop Bb-LP-2003
MONEY 8812/8813 is a Southern Plastics ‘custom’ pressing.
1958 Ben Parsons Wee Rebel Studio, Columbus, GA – Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl-2/gt], Lee Mitchell [ ])
009 J08W-1684 DO YOU THINK WE’LL MAKE IT Rambler No.553
010 J08W-1685 I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE No.553
4 September 1958 Sun Studio, 706 Union Ave., Memphis, TN - Lee Mitchell - Curley Money Combo (Lee Mitchell [vcl], Billy Riley [ld gt], Jack Henderson Clement [bass], Jimmy M. Van Eaton [bass], Charles “Charlie” Rich [piano], William “Bill” Justis [tenor sax]. Producer: Jack Clement)
000 P-327 THE FROG Phillips International PI-3530/Charly CPCD-8161 Dressed To Kill/BMG DTKBox 66
000 P-328 A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME PI-3530/Sun CD-15
000 CHAIN GANG CHARLIE Sun unisssued/Charly CPCD-8137 Bear Family BCD-16210 Lucky CDLR-811 Boot LP-706/2 PHILLIPS INTERNATIONAL PI-3530 released 17th June 1958, reviewed in Billboard Pop 6th October CHARLY CPCD-8161 ESSENTIAL SUN ROCKABILLIES, Vol.3 (UK, 1996); BEAR FAMILY BCD-16210 THAT’LL FLAT GIT IT!, Vol.4. ROCKABILLY FROM THE VAULTS OF SUN RECORDS (GER, 1997); LUCKY CDLR-811 ROCKABILY GOLD, Vol.11 (UK,1997); CHARLY CPCD-8137 UNISSUED SUN MASTERS (UK,1998); BOOT LP-706/2 MEMPHIS BOP, Vol.2 (1999); DRESSED TO KILL/BMG DTKBOX66 THE SUN GODS (UK,1999)
1959 poss. WTVM-TV Studio, Columbus, GA - Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (unknown musicians)
011 K80W-5931/282R-5931/7824 LAZY MAN Rambler 554 Money 7824/ Bb-LP-2003
012 K80W-5932/282R-5931/7825 THAT’S MY DARLIN Rambler 554 Money 7825
1959 unknown – Lee Mitchell and The Combo (poss.Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [gt])
000 K80W-0862 WHO’S THAT BIG MAN Sharp SR-0862/Collector CL-1018 Buffalo Bop BbCD-55009 Club LP-018 Spin ENG-1000 Lost Gold LGR-5798 EFA CD-88962-2 Yeaah! CD-12
000 K80W-0863 ROOTIE TOOTIE BABY Sharp SR-0862/Collector CL-1018 Jan/Star Club 33-8009 KJN LP-338009 Buffalo Bop BbCD-55009 Spin EMG-CD-1000 Lost Gold LGR-5798 EFA CD-88962-2 Yeaah! CD-12 Cleopatra CD-1163
COLLECTOR CL-1018 ORIGINAL ROCK (NED,1973); JAN/STAR CLUB 33-8009 ROCK & ROLL PARTY (SWE, 1981); KJN LP-338009 ROCK AND ROLL PARTY; BUFFALO BOP BbCD-55009 HANG LOOSE (GER,1994); CLUB LP-018 GRAD THIS AND DANCE, Vol.18 (UK); SPIN EMG-1000 $15, 000 WORTH OF ROCKABILLY (1997); LOST GOLD LGR-5798 ORIGINAL HISTORIC ROCKABILLY CLASSICS, Vol.1 (1998); EFA CD-88962-2 ROCKABILLY RARITIES, Vol.1 (UK, 2000); YEAAH! CD-12 ROCKABILLY RARITIES, Vol.1 (UK, 2000); CLEOPATRA CD-1163 ROCK ‘N’ ROLL & ROCK-A-BILLY INFERNO (2001)
1959 poss. WTVM-TV Studio, Columbus, GA - Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (poss. Lee Mitchell [gt] + unknown musicians)
013 K08W-3012 TWO HEARTS Rambler RR-3012
014 K08W-3013 MANY TEARS AGO RR-3012/Bb-LP-2003 Buffalo Bop Bb-CD-55189
SHARP SR-0862 released 1959
1960 poss. WTVM-TV Studio, Columbus, GA – Joe Beaty and The Sun Lighters (unknown musicians)
000 L80W-1971 PLEASE COME BACK Rambler RR-1971
000 L80W-1972 I BELIEVE RR-1971
RAMBLER RR-1971 released 1960
1960 poss. WTVM-TV Studio, Columbus, GA - Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (poss. Lee Mitchell [gt] + unknown musicians)
015 L80W-2054 THIS OLD HEART Rambler RR-2054x
016 L80W-2055 CARELESS HANDS RR-2054x
The above record was released twice, the first issue did not have The Artist Name on the Label which the second issue did.
1960 poss. WTVM-TV Studio, Columbus, GA - Curley Money and His Rolling Ramblers (poss. Lee Mitchell [gt] + unknown musicians)
017 L80W-3400 PINS AND NEEDLES Rambler RR-3400
018 L80W-3401 DON’T JUDGE MY LOVE RR-3400
1961 Columbus, GA - Curley Money (unknown musicians)
019 M80W-3407/8813 BO-JANGLE S ROCK Rambler RR-3407 Money 8813/Bb-LP-2003, Buffalo Bop Bb-LP-2003
020 M80W-3408 I’M THAT LITTLE GUY CALLED JOE Rambler RR-3407
1962 Columbus, GA - Curley Money (Lee Mitchell [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Ruble Enlow)
021 N80W-2471 BLUE HEART Rambler RR-2471
022 N80W-2472/SO-13938 HURRICANE BABY RR-2471 Money 13938/Bb-LP-2003 Cat CD-1036 Habakaba MPLP-1000 Flame LP-018
CAT CD-1036 CALLING ALL ROCK ‘N’ ROLL COLLECTORS, Vol.4 (NED, 1994);HABAKABA MPLP-1000 ARE YOU EXCITED? ROCKIN’ PARTY (1994);FLAME LP-018 DESPERATE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, Vol.18 (UK, 1996)
1962 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
023 N08W-2509 LOVERS BLUES Rambler 641R-2509 Money 2509
024 N80W-2510 OH HOW I LOVE YOU 641R-2509 2509
025 I’LL HANG MY HEART ON A CHRISTMAS TREE Rambler 641R-2509
1963 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (Comer Lance Money [vcl/gt] + unknown musicians)
000 PK4M-1429 I WEAR IT WELL Rambler 641R-1429 Money 1429
000 PK4M-1430 GIRL OF MY DREAMS 641R-1429
RAMBLER 641R-1429 released 1963
1963 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
026 P4KM-5466 TIME Rambler 641R-5466
027 P4KM-5467 SHORTNIN BREAD 641R-5466/Bb-LP-2003
1964 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
028 R4KM-2070 HO BO Rambler 641R-2070 Money 2070/ Bb-LP-2003 Buffalo Bop Bb-CD-55012 Hobo Bop HB-1181
029 R4KM-2071 WIRE GUITAR –instr.- Rambler 641R-2070 Money 2070/ Bb-LP-2003
BUFFALO BOP Bb-CD-55012 HOBO BOP (GER, 1993); HOBO BOP HB-1181 HOBO BOP
1964 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (unknown musicians)
000 R4KM-2331 RIVER OF NO RETURN Rambler 641R-2331
000 R4KM-2332 RAMBLER 641R-2331/Southern Sound SSR-502 Bb-LP-2003 Bb-CD-55016 Folkline 274-196
RAMBLER 641R-2331 released 1964 BUFFALO BOP Bb-CD-55016 ROMPIN’ STOMPIN’ (GER, 1994); FOLKLINE 274-196 HARDCORE ROCKABILLY, Vol.3 (UK)
1964 Columbus, GA - Curley Money [-2]/Gentleman Jim [-1] (“Gentleman Jim” James Carlisle [vcl-1/gt]; Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [vcl-2/gt])
000 R4KM-8296 JOY RIDE -1 Rambler 641R-8296
030 R4KM-8297 NOW THAT IT’S ALL OVER -2 641R-8296
1965 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (unknown musicians)
000 SO-2031 I CRIED A THOUSAND TIMES Rambler 641R-2332
000 SO-2032 YOU’RE WHATS GOOD FOR ME 641R-2332
RAMBLER 641R-2332 released 1965 (Southern Plastics ‘custom’ pressing)
1965 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
031 SO-2142/SO-13896 WONDERING LOVE Money 101 Money 1004
032 SO-2143/SO-13897 HONKY TONK MAN 101 1004/Bb-LP-2003
1965 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
033 SO-2317/ZTSB-100288 WHITE LIGHTNING Money 102/Bb-LP-2003
034 SO-2318/ZTSB-100389 LITTLE THINGS YOU DO Money 102
1965 Columbus, GA – Jim Carlisle (Robert Earnest “Curley” Money [gt] + unknown musicians)
000 SO-2550 TELL HIM NO Money 103
000 SO-2551 SWEET BABY 103
MONEY 103 released 1965 (Southern Plastics ‘custom’ pressing)
1966 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (unknown musicians)
000 SO-3028 NOW YOU’RE GONE Money 104
000 SO-3029 STOP 104
MONEY 104 released 1966 (Southern Plastics ‘custom’ pressing)
1966 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
035 SO-3030 TEARS WE’RE TOGETHER Money 105
036 SO-3031/SO-13939 LITTLE QUEENIE 105, Money 13938/13939
1966 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (unknown musicians)
000 SO-3450 LONELY WORLD Money 106
000 SO-3451 MY MO JO WORKING 106
MONEY 106 released 1966.
1967 Columbus, GA – Comer Money (unknown musicians)
000 U4KM-4641/674T-4641 CHEROKEE RED Tomahawk 105
000 U4KM-4642/674T-4642 MY SWEET THING 105
TOMAHAWK 105 released 1967. TOMAHAWK Records was owned by Ben Parsons. RCA Custom Acetate exists of the above recordings.
1968 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
037 5476 THE HURT Money 1001
038 5477 I KNOW HOW YOU ARE 1001
1968 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
039 6088 THIS TIME OF YEAR Money 1002
040 6089 LAST TRUCK STOP Money 1002
1968 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
041 6956 SINCE MY BABY BEEN GONE [Sic] Money 6956 Southern Sound SSR-502
042 6957 GONNA FIND ME A BLUEBIRD Money 6957
Matrix No. 6956 shown on SOUTHERN SOUND SSR-502 as “SINCE MY BABY’S BEEN GONE” and publishing as “Kemar Music.”
1968 Columbus, GA – Dannie Money
000 COOL WATER Money 1003
000 ELVIRA 1003
MONEY 1003 released 1968 (Southern Plastics ‘custom’ pressing)
1960s Nashville, TN – “Curley Money“ (Producer: Zeke Clements)
043 I HAVENT’T FORGOTTEN YOU YET Gold Standard 221
044 TEARS, WE’RE TO-GATHER AGAIN [sic] 221
1970 Nashville, TN – Curley Money (unknown gt, rh gt, bass, drums, piano-1, vcl chorus)
045 WONDERING Judd J 1007
046 GONNA ROCK -1 J 1007
1971 Columbus, GA – Dannie Money
000 I SAW HER STANDING THERE Mighty 107036
000 YOU’RE THE REASON 107036
MIGHTY 107036 released 1971 (QCA ‘custom’ pressing)
1971 Columbus, GA - Curley Money
047 SO-12576 LOVE ME ONCE AGAIN Money SO12576/12577
048 SO-12577 I MADE YOU WHAT YOU ARE Money SO12576/12577

ALBUMS
Bison Bop [GER] Bb-LP-2003 Curley Money:
Stop Your Knockin'; Gonna Rock; Lazy Man; Bo Jangles Rock; Ramblers; Wire Guitar; Hurricane Baby; Ho Bo; Many Tears Ago; Shortnin' Bread; White Lighting; Honky Tonk Man – 79 (reissued on Buffalo Bop Bb-LP-2003 in 1985)


SINGLES

Rambler (1956-64)
45-549 Playing The Game /Why Must I Cry – 03-56
550 Don’t Take My Memories / Moonlight Baby – 57 w. Howard Vincent
551 [Hubert Brooks:] Tenderly I Love You / Stop Your Knockin’ – 57
552 [Grover Bozeman:] The Very First Time / Gonna Rock – 57
553 Do You Think We’ll Make It / I Thought I Was The Only One – 58 (rev. January 19, 1959)
554 Lazy Man / That’s My Darlin – 59 (rev. June 15, 1959, reissued on Money 7824/5 in 1968)
RR-3012 Two Hearts / Many Tears Ago – 59
RR-2054X This Old Heart / Careless Hands – 60
RR-3400 Pins And Needles / Don’t Judge My Love – 60 (rev. January 30, 1961)
RR-3407 Bo-Jangle S Rock / I’m That Little Guy Called Joe – 61 (rev. June 5)
RR-2471 Blue Heart / Hurricane Baby – 62 (rev. March 10, reissued on Rambler 13938/9 in 1971)
641R-2509 Lovers Blues / Oh How I Love You – 62 (rev. Dec. 15, reissued on Money 2509)
641R-2509 Lovers Blues / I’ll Hang My Heart On A Christmas Tree - 62
641R-5466 Time / Shortnin Bread – 63
641R-2070 Ho Bo / Wire Guitar – 64 (reissued on Money 2070)
641R-8296 [Gentleman Jim:] Joy Ride / Now That It’s All Over – 64
8812/8813 Gonna Rock / Bo Jangle Rock – 69 (reissue, issued on Money)
Money (1965-66)
101 Wondering Love / Honky Tonk Man – 65 (Released Twice 1st Press-Green Label: 2nd Press-Blue Label, reissued on Money 1004 in 1972)
102 White Lightning / Little Things You Do – 65
105 Tears We’re Together / Little Queenie - 66
1001 The Hurt / I Know How You Are – 68
1002 This Time Of Year / Last Truck Stop – 68
6956 Since My Baby Been Gone / Gonna Find Me A Bluebird – 68
Gold Standard
221 I Havent’t Forgotten You Yet / Tears, We’re To-Gather Again
Judd (1970)
J 1007 Wondering / Gonna Rock - 70
Money (1971)
12576/12577 Love Me Once Again / I Made You What You Are - 71
13938/13939 Little Queenie / Hurricane Baby – 74 (reissue)

1 comment:

  1. His son has youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/bigmoney1950? might help you with this one

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