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Monday, September 20, 2010

Lattie Moore

2nd version
by Dick Grant with acknowledgements to the late Ray Topping, Tony Wilkinson, Bo Berglind, Adam Komorowski, Lars Lundren, Bill Millar,the late Lattie Moore, Claes-Hunkan Olofsson, Jõrn Wounlund, Rusty York, Michel Ruppli, Kent Heineman, Carl LaFong

Discography originally appeared in NEW KOMMOTION #15 - 1977.
Updated discography appeared in AMERICAN MUSIC MAGAZINE # 89 - September 2001.
SESSIONS

1951 Tate Boland Home Studio, poss. Indianapolis, In – Lattie Moore and His Allen County Boys (Lattie Harrison Moore [vcl/rh gt]. Producer: Tate Boland)
001 A-1 MARRIED TROUBLES Arrow No#
002 A-2 HIDE-AWAY HEART Arrow No.#
Summer 1952 Buckley Record Shop, Union St., Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], Robert “Bobby” Phillips [steel], ? [bass], ? [fiddle]. Producer: Frank Innocenti)
003 SP-5 IT’S GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU Speed 101 45-101/Redita RLP-116
004 SP-6 JUKE JOINT JOHNNY Speed 101 45-101/RLP-116 Revival RLP-3015 Buffalo Bop BbCD-55094
005 SP-7 BABY I’LL SOON BE GONE Speed 105/Redita RLP-116 Revival RLP-3015
006 SP-8 MY FIRST LOVE 105
SPEED 101 was also released on SPEED 45-101 with the addition of PETE PYLE as co-writer of “IT’S GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU” REDITA RLP-116 [2nd Series] HILLBILLIES ON SPEED (NED, 1979); REVIVAL RLP-3015 THE JUKE BOX JOHNNY (DEN, 1990); BUFFALO BOP BbCD-55094 JUKEBOX ROCK (GER, 2000)
2 March 1953 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], James “Zeke Turner” Grishaw [el ld gt], Louis Todd Innis [rh gt], Donald “Don” Helms [steel], poss. Floyd Taylor “Lightnin’” Chance [bass], ? [drums], Thomas Lee “Tommy” Jackson Jr. [fiddle], poss. John Victor “Vic” Willis [piano]. Producer: Sydney Nathan)
007 K-3572 I’M NOT BROKE, BUT I’M BADLY BENT King 45-1228/Audio Lab AL-1555 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
008 K-3573 FOOLISH CASTLES King 45-1194/Audio Lab AL-1555 Westside WESF-109
009 K-3574 DON’T TRADE THE OLD ONE FOR THE NEW King 45-1228/AL-1555, Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
010 K-3575 I’M GONNA TELL YOU SOMETHING King 45-1194/Audio Lab AL-1555 RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
25 June 1953 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], poss. Zeke Turner [el ld gt], poss. Louis Innis [rh gt], Don Helms [steel], poss. Floyd “Lightnin’” Chance [bass], Tommy Jackson Jr. [fiddle]. Producer: Syd Nathan)
011 K-3633 I GOTTA GO HOME (AND CATCH UP ON MY SLEEP) King 45-1250/Audio Lab AL-1573 Westside WESF-109
012 K-3634 PINBALL BOOGIE unissued
013 K-3635 A BAND NEW CASE OF LOVE King 45-1250/Audio Lab AL-1573 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
2 February 1954 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], poss. Zeke Turner [el ld gt], poss. Louis Innis [rh gt], Don Helms [steel], poss. Floyd “Lightnin’” Chance [bass], ? [maraccas-1], Tommy Jackson Jr. [fiddle]. Producer: Syd Nathan)
014 K-3734 PULL DOWN THE BLINDS King 45-1350/Audio Lab AL-1555 Revival RLP-3015 Lenox CD-1016 Westside WESF-109
015 K-3735 WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO King 45-1350/Audio Lab AL-1555 Westside WESF-109
016 K-3736 THEY’RE NOT WORTH THE PAPER THEY’RE WRITTEN ON King 45-1327/AL-1555 WESF-109
017 K-3737 UNDER A MEXICO MOON -1 King 45-1327/AL-1555 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
There is a suggestion by Tony Wilkinson that the above session was held on Tuesday 29th December 1953.
June 1956 Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [ld gt], ? [steel], ? [bass], ? [drums])
018 K-4067 LONESOME MAN BLUES King 45-4955 King 45-5762 KEP-482/Audio Lab AL-1555 Westside WESF-109
019 K-4068 100, 000 WOMEN CAN’T BE WRONG King 45-4955/Audio Lab AL-1555 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
The above recordings were leased to KING Records by LATTIE MOORE.
ca October 1956 Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [ld gt], ? [steel], ? [bass], ? [drums])
020 9064-A JUKE BOX JOHNNIE Arc 8005-A/Esoldun RR-2006 White Label WLP-8922 Revival RLP-3015 Jan/Star Club 33-8047 Lucky CDLR-806 Mustang MUST-9, Presto CD-2 Pan Amercican CD-56010
021 9065-B PRETTY WOMAN BLUES Arc 8005-B/Esoldun RR-2006 White Label WLP-8922 Revival RLP-3015
ESOLDUN RR-2006 ROCKABILLY BOP, Vol.3 (FRA, 1986); WHITE LABEL WLP-8922 ROCK ‘N’ ROLL-LET’S GO (NED, 1987); JAN/STAR CLUB 33-8047 JUKE-BOX FAVORITES (SWE, 1993); LUCKY CDLR-806 ROCKABILLY GOLD, Vol.6. (UK.1996); MUSTANG MUST-9 REAL GONE DADDY!; PRESTO CD-2 BIG BAD ROCKABILLY BOPPERS, Vol.2; PAN AMERICAN CD-56010 SHE’S NEAT (SUI)
ca September 1958 Floyd Robinson’s House, Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], Floyd Robinson [el gt], Benjamin Edward “Benny” Martin [ac flat top gt] + unknown musicians)
022 ST-2810 WHY DID YOU LIE TO ME Starday 45-403/Flame LP-009 SD LP-830 Texas Gold TG-931 Ace CDCHD-708 Westside WESF-109
023 ST-2811 unknown title unissued
024 ST-2812 YOU NEVER LOOKED SWEETER Starday 45-403/Westside WESF-109
025 ST-2813 unknown title unissued
FLAME LP-009 DESPERATE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, Vol.9 (UK, 1988); SD LP-830 LET’S GO WILD (GER, 1991); TEXAS GOLD TG-931 THE STARDAY STORY, Vol.1 (NED, 1993); ACE CDCHD-708 STARDAY-DIXIE ROCKABILLY, Vol.2 (UK, 2000)
ca May 1959 Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/whistling-1/rh gt], + unknown musicians)
026 ST-2929 JUST A WAITIN’ -1 Starday 45-441
027 ST-2930 TOO HOT TO HANDLE 45-441
1959 Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt] + unknown musicians)
028 THE JUKEBOX AND THE PHONE Westside WESF-109
029 ROCKABILLY JOE’S WESF-109
030 NO MONEY IN THIS DEAL WESF-109
1959 Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt] + unknown musicians)
031 I DREAMED ABOUT MAMA LAST NIGHT Saga EP-500
032 BE CAREFUL OF THE STONES THAT YOU THROW EP-500
033 MOTHER WENT A WALKIN’ EP-500
034 INSURED BEYOND THE GRAVE EP-500
December 1959 Indianapolis, IN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [hmny vcl-1], ? [ld gt], ? [bass], ? [drums], ? [fiddle], ? [piano]. Producer: Lattie Moore)
035 K-4476 CAJUN DOLL King 45-5370/Audio Lab AL-1573 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
036 K-4477 OUT OF CONTROL King 45-5723 KEP-482/Audio Lab AL-1573 Westside WESF-109
037 K-4478 MINE AGAIN King 45-5370/Audio Lab AL-1573 Westside WESF-109
038 K-4479 IF THE GOOD LORD’S WILLING AND THE CREEK DON’T RISE unissued/Westside WESF-109
28 September 1960 Nashville, TN – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [ld gt], ? [steel], ? [bass], ? [drums], ? [piano-1], Wayne Paul Walker, Marijohn Wilkin [vocal chorus])
039 K-4964 DRUNK AGAIN -1 King 45-5413 Starday 45-8016/ Audio Lab AL-1573 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
040 K-4965 DRIVING NAILS King 45-5413/Audio Lab AL-1573 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
The above recordings were leased to KING Records by LATTIE MOORE on the 28th September 1960.
1 June 1961 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [ld gt], ? [steel], ? [bass], ? [drums])
041 K-10842 IF THE GOOD LORD’S WILLING AND THE CREEK DON’T RISE King 45-5526/Audio Lab AL-1573 Revival RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
042 K-10843 SUNDOWN AND SORROW King 45-5526/Audio Lab AL-1573 RLP-3015 Westside WESF-109
10 June 1962 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Ray Pennington)
043 K-11266 HEAVEN ALL AROUND ME King 45-5685
044 K-11267 I TOLD YOU SO 45-5685/Westside WESF-109
1962 poss. Columbus, OH – Lattie Moore & Emporers (Bill Stricklin Combo)
045 NO8W-4980 SKINNIE MINNIE SHIMMY Olimpic 4980/Buffalo Bop CD-55081
046 NO8W-4981 YOU GOT ME WONDERING Olimpic 4980
BUFFALO BOP CD-55081 PARTY CRASHER (GER, 1999)
26 February 1963 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt] ] + unknown musicians. Producer: Ray Pennington)
047 K-11451 HONKY TONK HEAVEN King 45-5762 KEP-482/Westside WESF-109
048 K-11452 JUST ABOUT THEN 45-5723 KEP-482/WESF-109
late 1967 or early 1968 Jewel Recording Studio, 1599 Kinney Ave., Mt. Healthy, OH – Lattie Moore (Lattie Moore [vcl/rh gt], ? [ld gt], ? [steel], ? [dobro], ? [bass], ? [drums], ? [piano]. Producers: Kenny Sowder & Rusty York)
049 SoN 56091 TALL MAN DerbyTown DTR-A-38/LP-102
050 SoN 56092 YOU CAN’T MAKE HAY PICKIN’ COTTON DTR-A38/LP-102
051 A DOUBT APPEARED LP-102
052 COME BACK AND BE A WIFE DerbyTown LP-102
053 A SADNESS I FEEL LP-102
054 BOTTLE BY BOTTLE LP-102
055 (HERE I AM) DRUNKS AGAIN LP-102
056 JUKE BOX JOHNNY LP-102
057 OUT OF CONTROL LP-102
058 LET’S BE SWEETHEARTS AGAIN LP-102
059 THIS IS THE RIGHT TIME LP-102
060 YOU NEVER LOOKED BETTER LP-102
1971 unknown – Lattie Moore with Three Sounds
061 SoN-102451 OLD EX-HUSBANDS WPL 1001
062 SoN-102452 BEST YEARS OF YOUR LIFE 1001
1973 or 1974 Indianapolis, IN – Lattie Moore
063 3112-9-A HERE I AM DRUNK AGAIN Quitz 3112-9A
064 3112-9-B MINE AGAIN 3112-9B
The above two recordings may be KING masters.

ALBUMS
Audio Lab AL-1555 The Best Of Lattie Moore - Country Dance Music Sung And Played By The Indiana Hoosier:
Foolish Castles; I'm Gonna Tell You Something; I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent; Don't Trade The Old For The New; They're Not Worth The Paper They're Written On; Under A Mexico Moon; Pull Down The Blinds; What Am I Supposed To Do; Lonesome Man Blues; 100,000 Women Can't Be Wrong - 60
Audio Lab AL-1573 Lattie Moore - Country Side: Don't Trade The Old For The New; I Gotta Go Home (And Catch Up On My Sleep); A Brand New Case Of Love; If The Good Lord's Willing And The Creeks Don't Rise; Sundown And Sorrow; Cajun Doll; Mine Again; (Here I Am) Drunk Again; Driving Nails (In My Coffin); Out Of Control – 12-62
Derby Town LP-102 You Can't Make Hay Pickin' Cotton: You Can't Make Hay Pickin' Cotton; Tall Man; A Doubt Appeared; Come Back And Be A Wife; A Sadness I Feel; Bottle By Bottle; Here I Am Drunk Again; Juke Box Johnny; Out Of control; Let's Be Sweethearts Again; This Is The Right Time; You Never Looked Better – 68
Revival [DEN] 3015 The Juke Box Johnny: Juke Box Johnny; Pretty Woman Blues; I'm Not Broke I'm Badly Bent; 100,000 Women Can't Be Wrong; Don't Trade The Old For The New; Under A Mexico Moon; Pull Down The Blinds; I'm Gonna Tell You Something; Juke Joint Johnny; Baby I'll Be Gone; Here Am I Drunk Again; Cajun Doll; A Brand New Case Of Love; Driving Nails; The Creek Don't Rise; Sundown And Sorrow - 90
Westside [UK] WESA-110 I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent - The Best Of The King-Starday Recordings 1953-63: Under A Mexico Moon; I'm Not Broke, But I'm Badly Bent; Foolish Castles; I'm Gonna Tell You Something; Don't Trade The Old For A New; A Brand New Case Of Love; I Gotta Go Home (And Catch Up On My Sleep); They're Not Worth The Paper They're Written On; What Am I Supposed To Do; Pull Down The Blinds; 100, 000 Women Can't Be Wrong; Lonesome Man Blues; Why Did You Lie To Me; You Never Looked Sweeter; Too Hot To Handle; Just A-Waitin'; The Jukebox And The Phone; Rockabilly Joe's; No Money In This Deal; If the Good Lord's Willing [1959 version]; Cajun Doll; Driving Nails (In My Coffin); Drunk Again; If The Good Lord's Willing [1961 version]; Sundown And Sorrow; I Told You So; Out Of Control; Just About Then; Honky Tonk Heaven – 12-90
SINGLES
Arrow (1951)
no # Hideaway Heart / Married Troubles - 51
Speed (1953)
45-101 Juke Joint Johnny / It's Good Enough For You - 02-53
45-105 Baby I'll Soon Be Gone / My First Love – 53
King (1953-56, 1960-63)
45-1194 I'm Gonna Tell You Something / Foolish Castles – 03-53
45-1228 I'm Not Broke, But I'm Badly Bent / Don't Trade The Old One For A New - 05-53
45-1250 I Gotta Go Home (And Catch Up On My Sleep) / A Brand New Case Of Love – 08-53
45-1327 They're Not Worth The Paper They're Written On / Under A Mexico Moon – 02-54
45-1350 Pull Down The Blinds / What Am I Supposed To Do – 05-54
45-4955 Lonesome Man Blues / One Hundred Thousand Women Can't Be Wrong - 08-56
45-5370 Mine Again / Cajun Doll - 07-60 (rev. July 11)
45-5413 (Here I Am) Drunk Again / Driving Nails - 10-60 (rev. Oct. 22)
45-5526 If The Good Lord's Willing And The Creeks Don't Rise / Sundown And Sorrow - 08-61
45-5685 I Told You So / Heaven All Around Me - 09-62
45-5723 Out Of Control / Just About Then - 03-63
45-5762 Honky Tonk Heaven / Lonesome Man Blues - 06-63
(EP)
KEP-482 “Lattie Moore”: Lonesome Man Blues / Out of Control / Honky Tonk Heaven / Just About Then - 63
ARC (1956)
8005 Juke Box Johnnie / Pretty Woman Blues – 11-56 (rev. Dec. 8)
Starday (1958-59)
45-403 Why Did You Lie To Me / You Never Looked Sweeter - 10-58
45-441 Too Hot To Handle / Just A Waitin' - 06-59
SAGA (1959)
EP-500 “Lattie Moore“: I Dreamed About Mama Last Night; Be Careful Of The Stones That You Throw / Mother Went A Walkin’; Insured Beyond The Grave – 59 (MX SAGA-E-500/501)
Derby Town (1968)
DTR-A-38 Tall Man / You Can't Make Hay Pickin' Cotton – 68 (rev. March 2)
WPL (1971) w. Three Sounds
1001 Old Ex Husbands / Best Year Of Your Life - 71
Quitz (1973 or 1974)
3112-9 Mine Again / Here I Am Drunk Again

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