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Friday, August 27, 2010

Curtis Leach

By Praguefrank

1964 unknown - Curtis Leach (Producer: Claude McBride)
001 135AX1395 HIGHWAY MAN Fabor 135 Longhorn LH-566/LP-003
002 OKLAHOMA HOME OF MY HEART Fabor 135 Longhorn LH-566/LP-003
1964 unknown - Curtis Leach (Producer: Billy Gray)
003 SoN 29621 LIGHTNING STRUCK TWICE Longhorn LH-568/LP-003
005 YOU GOT CAUGHT Longhorn LP-003
006 SoN 29622 WHEELIN' AND DEALIN' Longhorn LH-568/LP-003
007 BIG RAILROAD MAN Longhorn LP-003
008 SLICK SAM THE SALESMAN Longhorn LH-562/LP-003
009 TWO SINNERS Longhorn LP-003
011 GINNY POUR THE WINE Longhorn LP-003
012 GOLDEN GUITAR Longhorn LH-562/LP-003
According some sources Curtis Leach recorded ca 20 tracks

Longhorn LP-003 Indescribable:
Highwayman; Lightning Struck Twice; That's Between Your Conscience And You; You Got Caught; Wheelin' And Dealin'; Big Railroad Man / Slick Sam The Salesman; Two Sinners; You Knocked Me Off My Feet; Ginny, Pour The Wine; Oklahoma (Home Of My Heart); Golden Guitar - 65


Fabor (1964)
135 Highway Man / Oklahoma Home Of My Heart – ca. 10-64
Longhorn (1965)
LH-562 Golden Guitar / Slick Sam The Salesman - 65
LH-566 Highway Man / Oklahoma (Home Of My Heart) - 65 (reissue of Fabor 135)
LH-568 Wheelin' And Dealin' / Lightning Struck Twice - 66

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