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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Joe Cannonball Lewis

*12-04-1924
By Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti, Thieu Van De Vorst
SESSIONS
26 January 1951 [14:00-16:30] E. T. Herzog Recording Studio, 811 Race St., Cincinnati, OH - Joe Cannonball Lewis (Joe “Cannonball“ Lewis, Coy Farmer [gt], poss. Shorty Whitaker [mandolin], ? [fiddle])
001 51-S-6000 TRUCK DRIVER‘S NIGHT RUN BLUES K11071/Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
002 51-S-6001 TRAIN WHISTLE NIGHTMARE K10994/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
003 51-S-6002 TRUST ME AGAIN K10994/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323 004 51-S-6003 WHATEVER HAS BECOME OF YOU? K11071/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
15 December 1951 E. T. Herzog Recording Studio, 811 Race St., Cincinnati, OH - Joe Cannonball Lewis (Joe “Cannonball“ Lewis, Coy Farmer [gt], poss. Shorty Whitaker [mandolin], Ray Brandenburg [banjo], ? [bass], ? [fiddle])
005 51-S-6131 MISSING IN ACTION K11150/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
006 51-S-6132 (DOWN THE) ROAD TO LOVE K11253/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
007 51-S-6133 WHAT‘S THE USE? K11253/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323 008 51-S-6134 STILL AROUND K11150/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
10 November 1952 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Joe Cannonball Lewis (unknown musicians)
009 52-S-6111/52-XY-672 ID BE SWEET TALKIN‘ YOU K11400/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
010 52-S-6112/52-XY-673 ONLY IN DREAMS K11400/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
011 52-S-6113/52-XY-674 YOURS TO CLAIM K11636/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
012 52-S-6114/52-XY-675 CALLING OUT MY NAME K11636/ Mountain Laurel LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
1953 Cincinnati, OH – Joe Cannonball Lewis
013 8097 COLD AND LONELY HEART Kentucky 574/ Cattle Compact CCD-323
014 8098 unknown title
015 8099 unknown title
016 8100 YOU‘VE BEEN HONKY TONKIN‘ Kentucky 574/ Cattle Compact CCD-323
1953 Cincinnati, OH – Joe Cannonball Lewis
017 8157 I’M GONNA TEAR YOUR PLAYHOUSE DOWN Gateway 3006/ Cattle Compact CCD-323
018 8287 BEFORE I MET YOU Gateway 3006/ Cattle Compact CCD-323
23 August 1954 .Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Joe Cannonball Lewis
019 54-S-320/54-XY-325 I WONDER IF I CAN LOSE THE BLUES THIS WAY K11838/LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
020 54-S-321/54-XY-326 RAILROAD ENGINEER K11838/LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
021 54-S-322/54-XY-327 I‘M MIGHTY HARD TO BEAT K11996/LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
022 54-S-323/54-XY-328 TAKE ME BACK FOR OL‘ TIMES SAKE K11966/LP-7503 Cattle Compact CCD-323
Ca 1956 unknown – Joe Cannonball Lewis
023 AND I'LL GET EVEN NOW Eastman 721
024 YOU MUST BE JOKIN' Eastman 721
1959 Cincinnati, OH – Joe Cannonball Lewis aka Jay Cee Lewis
025 CP 2048 TODAY IS TOMORROW Lucky 0004
026 CP 2049 WALTZ OF THE OZARKS Lucky 0004
1973 Cincinnati, OH – Joe Cannonball Lewis
027 30833 IS YOUR WEDDING BAND TOO HEAVEY FOR YOUR MIND Sunrise SR 116
028 30834 EAST TO LOVE (HARD TO FORGET) Sunrise SR 116

ALBUMS
Mountain Laurel [GER] LP-7503 The Railroad Engineer:
Railroad Engineer; I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way; I’d Be Sweet Talkin‘ You; On;y In Dreams; Train Whistle Nightmare; Trust Me Again; I’m Mighty Hard To Beat; Take Me Back For Ol‘ Times Sake; Missing In Action; Still Around; Yours To Claim; Calling Out My Name; What’s The Use; (Down The) Road To Love; Truck Drivers Night Run Blues; Whatever Has Become Of You – 75 (reissued in 1990 on Cowgirlboy LP-5034 Railroad Engineer)
Cattle Compact [GER] CCD-323 You've Been Honky Tonkin', 1952-1954: You've Been Honky Tonkin'; Cold And Lonely Heart; I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down; Before I Met You; I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way; Railroad Engineer; I'd Be Sweet Talkin' You; Only In Dreams; Missing In Action; Still Around; Yours To Claim; Calling Out My Name; Train Whistle Nightmare; Trust Me Again; Truck Drivers Night Run Blues; Whatever Has Become Of You; What's The Use; (Down The) Road To Love; I'm Mighty Hard To Beat; Take Me Back For Ol' Times Sake – 06



SINGLES

MGM (1951-52)
K 10994 Train Whistle Nightmare / Trust Me Again - 06-51
K 11071 Whatever Has Become Of You / Truck Driver's Night-Run Blues - 10-51 (rev. Nov. 3)
K 11150 Missing In Action / Still Around - 01-52 (rev. Jan. 12)
K 11253 What's The Use / Down The Road To Love - 06-52 (rev. June 12)
K 11400 I'd Be Sweet-Talking You / Only In Dreams – 12-52 (rev. Dec. 27)
K 11636 Yours To Claim / Calling Out My Name - 11-53 (rev. Nov. 21)
Kentucky (1953)
Alcar 574 You've Been Honky Tonkin' / Cold And Lonely Heart - 04-53
Gateway 3005 I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down / Before I Met You - 09-53 (rev. Sept. 19)
MGM (1954-55)
K 11838 Railroad Engineer / I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way - 11-54 (rev. Nov. 13)
K 11996 I'm Mighty Hard To Beat / Take Me Back For Ol' Times Sake - 05-55 (rev. May 28)
Eastman (ca. 1956)
721 And I'll Get Even Now / You Must Be Jokin' – ca. 56
Lucky (1959)
0004 Today Is Tomorrow / Waltz Of The Ozarks – 59
Sunrise (1973)
SR 116 Is Your Wedding Band Too Heavey For Your Mind / East To Love (Hard To Forget) - 73

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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.