SESSION DISCOGRAPHY * ALBUMS DISCOGRAPHY * SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY

Country and crossover since 1920s and my favorite artists of all genres too...
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

New Dixie Demons

by Tony Russell (Country discography 1921-1942), Praguefrank, Murray Kirch
SESSIONS

18 July 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
001 C 90798-A IT AIN’T RIGHT Decca 5253
002 C 90799-A ZA-ZOO-ZA 5253
Session originally logged as by The Prairie Plowboys
13 August 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL- New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
003 C 90829-A I’M A ROOTIN‘ TOOTIN‘ SHOOTIN‘ MAN FROM TEXAS 5264
004 C 90830-A WAS I DRUNK? 5257
005 C 90831-A TOOT TOOT TOOTSIE GOODBYE 5264
006 C 90832-A ACE IN THE HOLE 5257
007 C 90833-A BYE BYE BABY 5259
008 C 90834-A EVERYBODY KISS YOUR PARTNER 5259
19 September 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
009 C 90872-A I’M AFRAID OF BEES 5292
010 C 90873-A OH! YOU ROGUE (YOU STOLE MY HEART) 5271
011 C 90874-A PILES OF IT 5277
011 C 90875-A* TAIN'T A FIT NIGHT OUT FOR MAN OR BEAST 5271
012 C 90876-A* THE PREACHER AND THE BEAR 5277
013 C 90877-A MAN MAN WHAT A BAND! 5292
*"remade" on October 9, 1936, it is presumed that these were technical remastering
8 December 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
014 C 91033-A,B SWEET POTATO BILL rejected
9 December 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
015 C 91034-A PICK THAT BASS 5314
016 C 91035-B MAYBE 5362
017 C 91036-A OH! WHAT I KNOW ABOUT ROSCOE 5314
018 C 91037-A THEY’RE OFF 5320
16 December 1936 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
019 C 91061-A,B NO, NO, NORA rejected
020 C 91062-A I WOULD IF I COULD BUT I CAN'T 5392
021 C 91063-A THEY GO SIMPLY WILD OVER ME 5320
28 January 1937 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL - New Dixie Demons (poss. Buddy Valentine [bass] + unknown musicians)
022 C 91097-A DON’T BRING LULU 5343
023 C 91098-A YOU CAN TELL SHE COMES FROM DIXIE 5343
024 C 91099-A LOOKING AT THE WORLD THRU ROSE COLORED GLASSES 5362
025 C 91100-A COQUETTE 5392

SINGLES
Decca (1936-37)
5253 It Ain’t Right / Za-Zoo-Za - 08-36
5257 Was I Drunk? / Ace In The Hole - 08-36
5259 Bye Bye Baby / Everybody Kiss Your Partner - 08-36
5264 I’m A Rootin‘ Tootin‘ Shootin‘ Man From Texas / Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye - 08-36
5271 Oh! You Rogue (You Stole My Heart) / Tain't A Fit Night Out For Man Or Beast - ca 09-36
5277 Piles Of It / The Preacher And The Bear - ca 10-36
5292 I’m Afraid Of Bees / Man Man What A Band! - ca 12-36
5314 Pick That Bass / Oh! What I Know About Roscoe - 01-37
5320 They’re Off / They Go Simply Wild Over Me - 01-37
5343 Don’t Bring Lulu / You Can Tell She Comes From Dixie - 03-37
5362 Maybe / Looking At The World Thru Rose Colored Glasses - 04-37
5392 I Would If I Could But I Can't / Coquette - 06-37

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.