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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Glen Sherley

By Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti, Lennart GustavssonSESSIONS30/31 January 1971 [CA] Vacaville Prison, Vacaville, CA - Glen Sherley (Glen Sherley [vcl], Chip Young [ld gt], Bobby Thompson [rh gt/dobro], Lloyd Green [steel], Henry Strzelecki [bass], Jerry Carrigan [drums], Producer: Jim Malloy)
[overdub sessions: Wally Heider Studio, Los Angeles, CA: Norman Blake [slide dobro/fiddle], David Briggs [piano])
00001 M1GS-1190 DIALOGUE-LOOKING BACK IN ANGER 615-0027/M31-1006 BCD 16845
00002 M1GS-1191 GREYSTONE CHAPEL 615-0027/M31-1006 BCD 16845
00003 M1GS-1192? F.B.I. TOP TEN M31-1006 BCD 16845
00004 M1GS-1193? PORTRAIT OF MY WOMAN M31-1006 BCD 16845
00005 M1GS-1194? DIALOGUE - MAMA HAD COUNTRY SOUL M31-1006 BCD 16845
00006 M1GS-1195? PICK A BOUQUET M31-1006 BCD 16845
00008 M1GS-1197? STEP RIGHT THIS WAY M31-1006 BCD 16845
00009 M1GS-1198? FRISCO SONG M31-1006 BCD 16845
00010 M1GS-1199? KEEP STEPPIN' M31-1006 BCD 16845
00011 M1GS-1200? MEASURE OF A MAN M31-1006 BCD 16845
00012 PUD‘N TANE 0615-0041
00013 LOOK FOR ME 0615-0041
00014 ROBIN 0615-0061

ALBUMSMega M31-1006 Glen Sherley: Dialogue; Looking Back In Anger; Greystone Chapel; F.B.I. Top Ten; Portrait Of My Woman; Dialogue; Mama Had Country Soul; Pick A Bouquet; Dialogue; If This Prison Yard Could Talk; Step Right This Way; Frisco Song; Keep Steppin'; Measure Of A Man – 03-71 (MX: M1GS-1187/8, reissued on Bear Family BCD-16845)

Country Music Time # 256 = guest star : Pick A Bouquet - 08-72
SINGLESMega (1971)
0615-0027 Greystone Chapel / Dialogue-Looking Back In Anger - 06-71
0615-0041 Pud'n Tane / Look For Me - 09-71
0615-0061 Robin / Just To Be That Close To You - 02-72

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