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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Jean Chapel



Opal Jean Amburgey, *06-03-1925 Neon, KY, +19-08-1995


2nd version
by Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli, Kittra Moore, Kurt  Rokitta
SESSIONS
see also Jean Chapel sessionography by Dick Grant
1 August 1949 Universal Recording Corp., 46 East Walton St., Chicago, IL - Salty Holmes and His Brown County Boys (Salty Holmes [harmonica], Otis Wilson “Joe” Maphis [ld gt], Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo])
001 75106 HARMONICA BOOGIE  Decca 9-46313
Decca 46313 was released 30th April 1951.
Ca February 1950 New York City – Salty Holmes and His Singing Harmonica with Matty O’ Neil[Mama]-1/Salty Holmes [“Talking Harmonica”]-2/Salty Holmes-3 (Salty Holmes [vcl-4/vcl+harmonica-5], Opal Jean Holmes [vcl-6/banjo], Joe Maphis [ld gt])
002 DLG-50244/MX-35595 I FOUND MY MAMA -1-2-5-6 London 663 L-663 A London 30106 London 20028B Decca FM-5743 London JS-?/ CCD-289
ca April 1950 New York City – Matty O‘ Neil (Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo], Salty Holmes [harmonica], poss. Joe Maphis [ld gt] + Orrin Tucker Orchestra)
003 DLG-50260 DON’T SELL DADDY ANYMORE WHISKEY London 16023 L-1037 45-L-1037/ CCD-289
004 DLG-50261 LITTLE RUSTY 16023 L-1037 45-L-1037/ CCD-289
ca July 1950 New York City – Matty O’ Neil (Salty Holmes [harmonica], Joe Maphis [ld gt], Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo])
005 DLG-50514 WHISKEY TOOK MY DADDY AWAY London 16038 London L-1095 London 30292
006 DLG-50515 WHAT’S THIS WORLD COMING TO 16038 L-1095 30292
11 April 1951 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Mattie O‘ Neil, * and Salty Holmes (Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo-4/mandolin-5], Salty Holmes [vcl*/harmonica-3], Gerald Lester “Jerry” Byrd [steel], Thomas Lee “Tommy” Jackson Jr. [fiddle-6], ? [org-7])
007 K-3210 STUCK WITH LOVE* -3-4-6 King 45-982/ CCD-289
008 K-3211 DIVORCES* -3-5-7 45-982/ CCD-289
009 K-3212 MY LITTLE SON’S PLEA 45-963
010 K-3213 THE HICCOUGH SONG -3 963
011 none WHAT AM I GONNA DO King unissued
20 November 1951 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Mattie O‘ Neil and Salty Holmes/Mattie, Marthie And Minnie* (Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo/fiddle], Salty Holmes [harmonica-4], Martha ‘Marthie’ Carson [hmny vcl-5/2nd ld vcl -6/rh gt], Bertha “Minnie” Woodruff [hmny vcl-5/vcl-7/ld vcl-8/fiddle], Gerald Lester “Jerry” Byrd [steel], Thomas Lee “Tommy” Jackson Jr. [fiddle])
012 K-3302-1 ECHOES OVER THE SMOKEYS -3-4-5 King 45-1056/Cattle CCD-289
013 K-3303-2 SHACKLES AND CHAINS -3-4-5 King 45-1033/ Cattle CCD-289
014 K-3304-1 MY WORST MISTAKE -3-4-5 King 45-1056/ Cattle CCD-289
015 K-3305-3 YOU CAN DISH IT OUT (BUT YOU CAN’T TAKE IT IN) -2-3-6-7 King unissued/ Magnet MRCD-004
016 K-3306-2 OUR LOVE IS GONE -3-4-5 King 45-1033/ Cattle CCD-289
017 K-3307-1 TENNESSEE MEMORIES -2-3-6-7 King 45-1052
018 K-3308-3 YOU CAN’T LIVE WITH ‘EM (AND YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT ‘EM) -2-3-6-7 45-1052/Audio lab AL-1519 Library of Congress LBC-07, Magnet MRCD-004 Proper PROPERBOX 103
MATTIE O’ NEIL possibly plays fiddle on all the above recordings.
AUDIO LAB AL-1519 A DAY IN THE COUNTRY (1961); LIBRARY OF CONGRESS LBC-07 SONGS OF COMPLAINT AND PROTEST (1977); MAGNET MRCD-004 TRADITIONAL COUNTRY MUSIC MAKERS, Vol.4.-MOUNTAIN HOEDOWN (UK); CATTLE CCD-289 SALTY HOLMES and MATTIE O’ NEIL with the Amber Sisters and Joe Maphis (GER, 2004); PROPER PROPERBOX 103 BLAZING BLUEGRASS (UK, 2005)
18 May 1952 [no. 2639] Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave., North, Nashville, TN – The Amber Sisters (Martha Carson [vcl-3/hmny vcl-2/rh gt], Opal Jean Holmes [ld vcl-1/hmny vcl-2/banjo], Salty Holmes [harmonica-4], Chet Atkins [el ld gt],? [steel], Bertha Woodruff [hmny vcl-2/fiddle], ? [bass], Thomas Lee“Tommy” Jackson Jr.[fiddle]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
A01 10111 I’D LIKE TO SHOW YOU AROUND -1-2-3 Capitol unissued
A02 10112 WHEN I WANT LOVIN’, BABY, I WANT YOU -1-2-3 Capitol F2289/ CCD-289
A03 10113 LONESOME ROAD BLUES -1-2-3 F2289/ CCD-289
A04 10114 NEW RIVER TRAIN Capitol unissued
9 October 1952 [no. 2795] Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave., North, Nashville, TN – The Amber Sisters (Martha Carson [vcl-1/hmny vcl-2/rh gt], Opal Jean Holmes [vcl-3/hmny vcl-2/banjo], Chet Atkins [el ld gt], Bertha Woodruff [vcl-3/hmny vcl-2], ? [steel], ? [bass], ? [tom toms-4]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
A05 10760 I’VE WAITED TOO LONG -1-2-3 Capitol F2394/Cattle CCD-289
A06 10761 CHEROKEE EYES -1-2-3-4 Capitol F2538/Cattle CCD-289
A07 10762 USELESS -1-2-3 F2538/Cattle CCD-289
A08 10763 ONE MORE TIME -1-2-3 Capitol F2394/Cattle CCD-289
11 July 1953 [14:00-17:00] Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Salty Holmes and Mattie O‘ Neil aka Salty and Mattie (Producer: Fred Rose)
019 53-S-6119 WAKE UP, LITTLE BOY BLUE K11572/ CCD-289
020 53-S-6120 LONG TIME GONE K11572/ CCD-289
18 September 1953 [no. 3132] Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave., North, Nashville, TN – The Amber Sisters (Martha Carson [vcl/rh gt], Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo], Chet Atkins [el ld gt],? [steel], Bertha Woodruff [hmny/fiddle]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
A09 11788 LOOK WHAT FOLLOWED ME HOME Capitol F2684/ CCD-289
A10 11789 I’M ASHAMED Capitol unissued
A11 11790 SO TIRED OF YOUR RUNNIN’ ‘ROUND Capitol F2684/ CCD-289
A12 11791 HE’LL COME BACK Capitol unissued
ca. May 1954 Fred Rose Studio, Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel aka Opal Jean (Opal Jean Chapel [vcl], Salty Holmes [harmonica], poss. Bertha Woodruff [hmny vcl/fiddle] + unknown musicians. Producer: Wesley Rose)
021 F-51 TENNESSEE COURTIN’ TIME Hickory 45-1015
022 F-52 YOU GAVE ME YOUR NAME 45-1023
023 F-53 PART OF YOUR HEART 45-1023
024 F-54 THAT DONE IT 45-1015
6 October 1954 Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Salty Holmes (Salty Holmes [vcl/harmonica], Opal Jean [vcl*/banjo] + unknown musicians)
025 86898/NA 3373 THE MAMA DOLL SONG* 9-29321 Columbia DO-70166
Columbia DO-70166 was released in Australia.
1955 [demo session] Nashville, TN – Mattie O’Neal (Opal Jean Holmes [vcl/banjo])
02501 AIN’T GONNA WASH MY FACE FOR A MONTH
02502 FROST ON THE ROOF
02503 WINDOWS OF THE PAST
ca. April 1956 Music City Recording, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (unknown musicians). Producer: Robert Murray Nash)
026 U 196/G2-WB-7278 WELCOME TO THE CLUB Sun 244 RCA 47-6681/Ace CHCHD-1016
027 U 197/G2-WB-7279 I WON'T BE ROCKIN' TONIGHT Sun 244 RCA 47-6681/Proper Properbox 122
The above recordings were leased to Sun Records by Murray Nash. Sun Records then leased the above recordings to RCA Victor.
March 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Jean Chapel [vcl], poss. Grady Martin [gt], Bob Moore [bass],+ unknown musicians. Producer: Chet Atkins)
028 H2-WB-0671-5 OO-BA LA BABY 20/47-6892
029 H2-WB-0672-3 I HAD A DREAM 20/47-6892
030 H2-WB-0673 (or 4) BABY TAKE ME BACK unissued
031 H2-WB-0674 (or 3) BABY I WON'T LIKE IT unissued
Matrix No. H2WW-0671 has the legend “from the Warner Bros. film “Untamed Youth”.
1957 unknown – Opal Jean
032 I’LL NEVER FORGET MY KIND OG GUY Warrior 503
033 I HEARD HIS HEART BREAK LAST NIGHT Warrior 503
Warrior Records operated in Pleasantown, TX
1959 Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Bill Justis)
034 unknown title Play Me unissued
035 unknown title Play Me ?
035a unknown title Play Me ?
035b unknown title Play Me unissued
ca. February 1962 unknown - Jean Chapel
036 IT HURTS ME Crest 45-1100
037 TURN AROUND AND WALK AWAY Crest 45-1100
18 January 1963 Nashvile, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Bill Justis)
038 YW-27000/PS-4400 MY REASON FOR LIVING unissued
039 YW-27001/PS-4401 DON’T LET GO Smash S 1829/Blend BLR-82017
040 YW-27002/PS-4402 YOUR TENDER LOVE S 1829
16 August 1966 RCA Victor Studio A, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Joe Johnson)
041 1351 OH NOT NOT AGAIN Challenge unissued
042 1352 LAY SOME HAPPINESS ON ME Challenge unissued
043 1353 TO GET TO YOU Challenge unissued
044 1354 LONELY AGAIN Challenge unissued
045 1355 UNCLE LES Challenge unissued
8 October 1966 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Joe Johnson)
046 I'VE GOT A MEMORY YOU CAN'T TOUCH unissued
note by Michel Ruppli: session untraced in Challenge files
18 October 1966 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Joe Johnson)
047 1374/▲ 64356 TELL IT LIKE IT IS Challenge 59350
048 1375/▲ 64356X I'M YOUR WOMAN 59350
049 1376 CONTAGIOUS unissued
050 1377 AM I THAT EASY TO FORGET unissued
16 March 1967 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Jean Chapel [vcl], Bob Moore [bass] + unknown musicians. Producer: Joe Johnson)
051 1410/▲66057 STAMP OUT LONELINESS 59362 Apex 77043
052 1411/▲66057X YOU CAN TAKE ME 59362 Apex 77043
053 1412/▲67117 THIS WALTZ IS MINE 59370
054 1413 YOU TURN ME ON unissued
6 May 1967 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Joe Johnson)
055 1430/▲ IN THE REACH OF YOUR ARMS 59370
6 September 1967 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (Jerry Reed Hubbard [gt], Pete Wade [gt], Pete Drake [steel], Bob Moore [bass] + Tompall Glaser, Jim Glaser, Charlie Glaser [bck vcl]. Producer: Joe Johnson)
056 1444/▲68566 GREEN PAPER 59376
057 1445/▲65566X HUNGRY EYES 59376
058 1446A/▲69411X IF I EVER GET YOU 59381
059 1446B/▲69411 DINO'S TV DOOR 59381
26 March 1968 RCA Victor Studio B, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel (arranger: Billy Walker. Producer: Joe Johnson)
060 1456/▲71523 SEEK AND YE SHALL FIND LOVE 59386
061 1457/▲71523X I REALLY GO FOR YOU 59386
062 1458 A LONELY WOMAN unissued
063 1459 SUNSHINE EVERY DAY MOONLIGHT EVERY NIGHT unissued
1968 [demo session] Nashville, TN - Jean Chapel and Tammy Wynette
06301 CRAZY ME FOR LOVING YOU
06302 HUNGRY EYES
06303 I KNOW MY LIMITATIONS
16 June 1969 Bradley’s Barn, 722 Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN - Jean Chapel (Producer: Walter Haynes)
064 K-11954 I STARTED LOVING AGAIN Kapp K-2034
065 K-11955 BLUEBIRD RIDGE Kapp K-2034
066 K-11956 LOVE IS unissued
067 K-11957 ALWAYS MISSING YOU unissued
13 November 1969 [18:00-21:00] Bradley’s Barn, 722 Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN - Jean Chapel (Jean Chapel [vcl], Bob Moore [bass] + unknown musicians. Producer: Walter Haynes)
068 K-11997 THE ROLL CALL Kapp K-2082
069 K-11998 SO MUCH OF A MAN unissued
070 K-11999 I'M YOUR WOMAN K-2082
071 K-12000 WRAP ME UP unissued

RADIO BROADCASTS
1936 [radio broadcast] Radio Station WHIS, Bluefield, WV – Sunshine Sisters All-Girl String Band (Opal Jean Amburgey [vcl/banjo], Irene Ethel Amburgey [vcl/rh gt], Bertha Amburgey [vcl/fiddle])
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN unissued
BOIL THEM CABBAGE DOWN unissued
BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG unissued
7 December 1940 [WSB Barn Dance-22:30] Radio Station WSB, Atlanta, GA – Hoot Owl Holler Girls (Opal Jean Amburgey [vc/banjo], Irene Ethel Amburgey-Roberts [vcl/rh gt], Bertha Amburgey [vcl/fiddle])
SINGLE GIRL, SINGLE GIRL unissued
1940-1941 [WSB Barn Dance/WSB Farm and Fun Hour] Radio Station WSB, Atlanta, GA – Hoot Owl Holler Girls (Opal Jean Amburgey [vc/banjo], Irene Ethel Amburgey-Roberts [vcl/rh gt], Bertha Amburgey- Woodruff [vcl/fiddle])
OLD DAN TUCKER unissued
GROUND HOG unissued
SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT unissued
TURN YOUR RADIO ON unissued
MY HORSES AIN’T HUNGRY unissued
FREE LITTLE BIRD unissued
WATERMELON ON THE VINE unissued
FIREBALL MAIL unissued
I’LL BE BACK IN A YEAR LITTLE DARLING unissued
1940-1942 [WSB Farm and Fun Hour, 05:30] Radio Station WSB, Atlanta, GA – Hoot Owl Holler Girls (Opal Jean Amburgey [vc/banjo], Irene Ethel Amburgey-Roberts [vcl/rh gt], Bertha Amburgey [vcl/fiddle])
NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS unissued
I WONDER WHY YOU SAY GOODBYE unissued
MULESKINNER BLUES unissued
ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL unissued
PATTY ON THE TURNPIKE –instr.- unissued
BACK UP AND PUSH –instr.- unissued
14 March 1942 [WSB Barn Dance] Radio Station WSB, Atlanta, GA – Mattie O‘ Neil (Opal Jean Amburgey [vc/banjo], Irene Ethel Amburgey-Roberts [rh gt], Bertha Amburgey-Woodruff [fiddle])
PEACH PICKIN’ TIME IN GEORGIA unissued
1953 [live-Grand Ole Opry] Radio Station WSM, Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Salty and Mattie (Salty Holmes [vcl/harmonica], Mattie O’Neal [vcl/banjo] + unknown musicians. Host: Faron Young)
WAKE UP, LITTLE BOY BLUE Grand Ole Opry program #
1955 [live-Grand Ole Opry] Radio Station WSM, Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Salty and Mattie (Salty Holmes [vcl/harmonica], Mattie O’Neal [vcl/banjo] + unknown musicians. Host: Webb Pierce)
HARMONICA BOOGIE Grand Ole Opry Program #
1955 [live-Grand Ole Opry] Radio Station WSM, Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Salty and Mattie (Salty Holmes [vcl/harmonica], Mattie O’Neal [vcl/banjo] + unknown musicians. Host: Minnie Pearl)
THE GHOST SONG Grand Ole Opry Program #



ALBUMS
Cattle Compact [GER] CCD-289 Salty Holmes and Mattie O’ Neil With The Amber Sisters And Joe Maphis:
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain ; Cannonball Special ; Cherokee Eyes; Divorces ; Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey ; Don't Shed Your Tears After I'm Gone ; Echoes Over The Smokeys ; I Found My Mama ; I've Waited Too Long ; Just An Old Farm For Sale ; Little Rusty ; Lonesome Road Blues ; Long Time Gone ; Look What Followed Me Home ; My Worst Mistake ; Nine Times Out Of Ten ; One More Time ; Our Love Is Gone ; Shackles And Chains ; So Tired Of Your Runnin' Around ; Stuck With Love ; Swanee Swing ; Useless ; Wabash Blues ; Wake Up, Little Boy Blue ; When I Want Lovin', Baby, I Want You - 04

SINGLES

London (1950) aka aka Matty O' Neil
16023 Don't Sell Daddy Anymore Whisky / Little Rusty - 05-50 (reissued on L-1037 in May 1951. 1037 also issued in UK, May 1951, 45-L-1037 issued in October 1954)
16038/30292 [45 RPM] Whiskey Took My Daddy Away / What's This World Coming To – 08-50 (also issued in UK on London L-1095 in October 1951)
King (1951) aka Matty O' Neil
45-963 Hiccough Song / My Little Son's Plea – 06-51
45-982 Stuck With Love / Divorces - 08-51 w. Salty Holmes
45-1033 Our Love Is Gone / Shackles And Chains - 01-52 w. Salty Holmes
45-1052 You Can't Live With 'Em / Tennessee Memories - 03-52 Mattie, Marthie and Minnie
45-1056 My Worst Mistake / Echoes Over The Smokies - 03-52 w. Salty Holmes
Capitol (1952-53)
F2289 Lonesome Road Blues / When I Want Lovin' Baby, I Want You - 17-11-52 The Amber Sisters (w. Martha Carson)
F2394 I've Waited Too Long / One More Time – 09-03-53 The Amber Sisters (w. Martha Carson)
F2538 Cherokee Eyes / Useless – 20-07-53 The Amber Sisters (w. Martha Carson)
F2684 Look What Followed Me Home Last Night / So Tired Of Your Runnin' 'Round - 14-12-53 The Amber Sisters (w. Martha Carson) (rev. Jan.2, 1954)
MGM (1953) Salty and Mattie
K11572 Wake Up, Little Boy Blue / Long Time Gone – 09-53 (rev. Sept. 11)
Hickory (1954-55) as by Opal Jean
45-1015 Tennessee Courtin' Time / That Done It - 09-54
45-1023 You Gave Me Your Name / Part Of Your Heart - 05-55
Sun (1956, masters leased to RCA)
244 I Won't Be Rockin' Tonight / Welcome To The Club – 15-05-56
RCA Victor (1957)
20/47-6681 I Won't Be Rockin' Tonight / Welcome To The Club - 10-56 reissue of Sun 244 (rev. July 21)
20/47-6892 Oo-Ba La Baby / I Had A Dream – 15-04-57 (rev. Apr. 27)
Warrior (1957) Opal Jean
503 I’ll Never Forget My Kind Og Guy / I Heard His Heart Break Last Night – 57 (rev. Sept. 30)
Crest (1962)
45-1100 It Hurts Me / Turn Around And Walk Away - 04-62
Smash (1963)
S 1829 Don't Let Go / Your Tender Love - 06-63
Challenge (1966)
59350 Tell It Like It Is / I'm Your Woman - 18-11-66
59362 You Can Take Me / Help Stamp Out Loneliness - 27-03-67 (Canadian issue on Apex 77043)
59370 In The Reach Of Your Arms / This Waltz Is Mine - 19-06-67
59376 Hungry Eyes / Green Paper - 09-67
59381 Dino's TV Door / If I Ever Get You - 06-12-67
59386 She And Ye Shall Find / I Really Go For You - 14-05-68 (rev, June 8)
Kapp (1969-70)
K-2034 Bluebird Ridge / I Started Loving Again - 21-07-69
K-2082 I'm Your Woman / Roll Call - 18-03-70
 
 

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Acknowledgements

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.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
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
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
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
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
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.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.