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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Joe Andrews

By Mario Manciotti, Praguefrank
SESSIONS also recorded with Bob Wills
1963* Unknown, TX – Joe Andrews (Joe Andrews [vcl], Leon Chambers [gt], Maurice Anderson [steel], Jack Horton [bass], Bobby McBay [drums], George Uptmor [fiddle], Billy Chambers [fiddle], Freddie Burkhalder [piano], Billy Briggs [sax]. Producer: K.P. Rhoades)
001 INTRO/MAIDEN’S PRAYER Vickie 178-1
002 BASIN STREET BLUES Vickie 178-1
003 DEEP WATER Vickie 178-1
004 TAKE THE “A“ TRAIN Vickie 178-1
006 HONKY TONK Vickie 178-1
007 NIGHT LIFE Vickie 178-1
008 KANSAS CITY Vickie 178-1
009 DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL Vickie 178-1
010 P4KB-1098 MY MOTHER’S EYES Vickie 012/178-1
011 P4KB-1097? HEY MAN Vickie 012
*Recording year estimated according to master number of single, album was probably issued (and some tracks possibly recorded) later, possibly in 1978 Vickie Records operated on 185 Stanfield Dr., Mesquite, TX

Vickie 178-1 Joe Andrews & Friends: Intro/Maiden’s Prayer; Basin Street Blues; Deep Water; Take The “A“ Train; Just A Close Walk Wuth Thee; Honky Tonk; Night Life; Kansas City; Daddy’s Little Girl; My Mother’s Eyes – ?

Vickie (1963)
012 Hey Man / My Mother’s Eyes - 63

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