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Monday, August 2, 2010

Harry McClintock



*08-10-1882 Knoxville, TN, +24-04-1957
By Tony Russell, Mario Manciotti, Praguefrank, Thieu Van De Vorst
SESSIONS

1 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], Virgi Ward [violin-1])
001 BVE-42041-2 GET ALONG, LITTLE DOGGIES -1 Victor V-40016 Montgomery Ward M4469/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
002 BVE-42042-2 COWBOY'S LAMENT -1 21761/BACM CD D 502
003 BVE-42043-1,2 GOOD-BYE, OLD PAINT -1 unissued
004 BVE-42044-1 THE TEXAS RANGER -1 21487 M-4784/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 502
005 BVE-42045-2 SAM BASS 21420/ RCA Victor LPV-522 BACM CD D 502
9 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock (vcl/gt)
006 BVE-42073-2 JESSE JAMES 21420 / RCA Victor LPV-532 BACM CD D 502
007 BVE-42074-1,2 THE TRAIL TO MEXICO V-40016 M-4469/ Rounder 1009
008 BVE-42075-2 SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE 23704 M-4324/ BACM CD D 502
009 BVE-42076-1,2 BILLY VENERO unissued
010 BVE-42077-2 MY DAD‘S DINNER PAIL 21521/ BACM CD D 082
16 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Radio Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], H. O’Neill [speech-1])
011 BVE-42094-2 THE BUM SONG 21342 Bluebird B-11083/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
012 BVE-42095-2 THE MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE 21567/ BACM CD D 082
013 BVE-42096-1 JERRY GO ILE THAT CAR 21521/Folkways FC-1027 RCA Victor LPV-548 Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
22 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock and His Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], ? [gt], prob. Asa Wright [fiddle], ? [harmonica])
014 BVE-42113-4 THE OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL 21421/RCA Victor LPV-522 Rounder 1009 New World NW314/315 BACM CD D 082
015 BVE-42114-1 MY LAST OLD DOLLAR 23690/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
016 BVE-42115 BALD TOP MOUNTAIN 23829/ BACM CD D 082
23 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock and His Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], ? [gt], prob. Asa Wright [fiddle], ? [harmonica])
017 BVE-42119-1,2 COWBOY'S LAMENT unissued
018 BVE-42120-3 GOODBYE, OLD PAINT 21761/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 502
019 BVE-42121-2 THE TRAIL TO MEXICO V-40016 M-4469/ BACM CD D 082
27 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock and His Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], ? [gt], prob. Asa Wright [fiddle], ? [harmonica])
020 BVE-42128-2 RED RIVER VALLEY 21421 M-4058/ BACM CD D 502
31 March 1928 Oakland, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac McClintock and His Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], ? [gt], Buck Buckholz [drums-1], prob. Asa Wright [fiddle], ? [harmonica], ? [sax])
021 BVE-42076-3 BILLY VENERO 21487 M-4465/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
022 BVE-42129-1 THE CIRCUS DAYS -1 21567/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
023 BVE-42137-2 HALLELUJAH! I'M A BUM 21343 B-11083/Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
5 September 1928 The Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA – Harry McClintock aka Radio Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt])
02301 None FIFTY CENTS trial-unissued
024 BVE-46542-1 AIN‘T WE CRAZY? V-40101/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 502
6 September 1928 The Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt], Dorothy Ellen Cole [vcl-1])
025 BVE-46543-2 THE BUM SONG NO. 2 -1 21704/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
026 BVE-46544-2 THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAINS 21704 M-8121/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
30 April 1929 Hollywood, CA – Harry McClintock aka Mac or Radio Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt])
027 BVE-50878-1 HOBO'S SPRING SONG 22003 BACM CD D 082? [take-2] V-40112 BACM CD D 082?
028 BVE-50879-1 IF I HAD MY DRUTHERS 22003 V-40112/ BACM CD D 082
029 BVE-50880-1,2 THE BROKEN TAMBOURINE unissued
030 BVE-50881-2 HIS PARENT HAVEN'T SEE HIM SINCE 23586 M-4490/ BACM CD D 502
23586 issued as bt Pipe Major’s Mac Kinnon
13 December 1929 Culver City, CA – Harry McClintock aka Radio Mac and Mac‘s Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt/harmonica], Cecil Wright [gt], Cleo Shanan [gt], Jerry Richard [banjo], Asa Wright [fiddle], Waite Woodall [fiddle])
031 BVE-54531-1 HE SURE CAN PLAY HARMONIKY 23586 M-4490/ BACM CD D 502
032 BVE-54532-2 HOMESPUN GAL 23510 BACM CD D 082
033 BVE-54533-2 CAN I SLEEP IN YOUR BARN? V-40264/BACM CD D 082
15 December 1929 Culver City, CA – Harry McClintock aka Radio Mac and Mac‘s Haywire Orchestra (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt/harmonica], Cecil Wright [gt], Cleo Shanan [gt], Jerry Richard [banjo], Asa Wright [fiddle], Waite Woodall [fiddle])
034 BVE-54534-2 ROAMING V-40264
035 BVE-54535-1 FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD V-40234 M-4298 / Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
036 BVE-54536-1 THE TRUSTY LARIAT V-40234 M-4298 M-4784/ Rounder 1009 BACM CD D 082
ca 1930 poss. San Francisco, CA – Harry McClintock (Harry McClintock [vcl-1/speech-2])
037 367 SCHWARTZ GINGERALE SONG -1 Flexo no #
038 368 SCHWARTZ GINGERALE COMEMRCIAL -2 Flexo no #/ BACM CD D 502
15 October 1931 San Francisco, CA – Harry McClintock aka Radio Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl], Waite Woodall [fiddle], Frank Gilmore [accordion], Buck Buckholtz [traps])
039 BVE-68325-2 FIFTY YEARS FROM NOW 22845 23614/ BACM CD D 082
040 BVE-68326-1 WHEN IT‘S TIME TO SHEAR THE SHEEP I¢M COMING BACK 22845 23614/ BACM CD D 502
14 December 1938 Hollywood, CA – Harry McClintock aka Haywire Mac (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt])
041 DLA 1657-A THE BUM SONG Decca 5640
042 DLA 1658-A THE BUM SONG NO.2 5689
043 DLA 1659-A HALLELUJAH! I’M A BUM 5640
044 DLA 1660-A THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN 5689
1950 unknown – Harry McClintock (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt])
045 CASEY JONES (THE UNION SCAB) Cook 1124
046 SUBIC Cook 1124
047 STUNG RIGHT Cook 1124
048 OUTSIDE DAN MURPHY'S DOOR Cook 1124
049 LONG HAIRED PREACHER (PREACHER AND THE SLAVE) Cook 1124
050 CAPTAIN SIMMS Cook 1124
051 JORDAN IS A HARD ROAD TO TRAVEL Cook 1124
052 DARKIE UNCLE NED Cook 1124
053 HEDGE HOG Cook 1124
054 RECONSTRUCTED REBEL SOLDIER Cook 1124
055 PADDY CLANCY Cook 1124
056 PETE WELLS AND THE NEGRO FIREMAN Cook 1124
057 SWEET VIOLETS Cook 1124
058 UTAH CARL Cook 1124
059 THERE IS NOTHING NEW IN AUTOMOBILES Cook 1124
1952 New York City – Harry McClintock (Harry McClintock [vcl/gt])
060 HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM Folkways FC-5272
061 THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN Folkways FC-5272
062 LONG HAIRED PREACHERS (PREACHER AND THE SLAVE) Folkways FC-5272
063 CASEY JONES (THE UNION SCAB) [2:35] Folkways FC-5272
064 ANECDOTE ON JOE HILL Folkways FC-5272
065 MARCUS DALY ENTERS HEAVEN Folkways FC-5272
066 SUBIC Folkways FC-5272
067 CASEY JONES (THE UNION SCAB) [3:36] Folkways FC-5272
068 JORDAN AM A HARD ROAD TO TRAVEL Folkways FC-5272
069 POOR BOY Folkways FC-5272
070 PADDY CLANCY Folkways FC-5272
071 UTAH CARL Folkways FC-5272
072 UNCLE JIM'S REBEL SOLDIER Folkways FC-5272
073 ANECDOTE ON PETE WELLS, CANAL BOAT FIREMAN Folkways FC-5272


ALBUMS
Cook 1124 Haywire Mac:
Casey Jones (The Union Scab); Subic; Stung Right; Outside Dan Murphy's Door; Long Haired Preacher (Preacher and the Slave); Captain Simms; Jordan Is a Hard Road to Travel; Darkie Uncle Ned; Hedge Hog; Reconstructed Rebel Soldier; Paddy Clancy; Pete Wells and the Negro Fireman; Sweet Violets; Utah Carl; There is Nothing New in Automobiles - 50
Folkways FC-5272 Haywire Mac: Hallelujah, I'm a Bum; The Big Rock Candy Mountain; Long Haired Preachers (Preacher and the Slave); Casey Jones (The Union Scab); Anecdote on Joe Hill; Marcus Daly Enters Heaven; Subic; Casey Jones (The Union Scab); Jordan Am a Hard Road to Travel; Poor Boy; Paddy Clancy; Utah Carl; Uncle Jim's Rebel Soldier;Anecdote on Pete Wells, Canal Boat Fireman – 72
Rounder 1009 Hallelujah! I’m A Bum: Hallelujah! I'm A Bum; Git Along, Little Doggies; Fireman, Save My Child; The Texas Ranger; Jerry, Go Ile That Car; The Bum Song; The Trail To Mexico; The Old Chisholm Trail; Circus Days; Goddbye, Old Paint; Ain't We Crazy?; The Bum Song #2; The Trusty Lariat; My Last Dollar; Billy Venero; The Big Rock Candy Mountain - 73
BACM [UK] CD D 082 The Great American Bum: Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister; Fireman Save My Child ; Get Along Little Dogies ; If I Had My Druthers; The Man On The Flying Trapeze; My Dad’s Dinner Pail; Trail To Mexico ; In The Big Rock Candy Mountains; The Trusty Lariat ; Fifty Years From Now ; Roamin’ ; Hobo Spring Song; My Last Old Dollar ; Old Chisholm Trail ; Hallelujah I’m A Bum; The Bum Song; Homespun Gal ; Bald Top Mountain ; Billy Venero; Jerry Go ‘ile That Car; Circus Days ; The Bum Song #2 – 04
BACM [UK] CD D 502 Harry McClintock Vol. 2 Plus Other Artists: [Harry McClintock:] Cowboy's Lament; The Texas Rangers; Sam Bass; Jesse James;  Good-Bye Old Paint; Red River Valley; Ain't We Crazy; His Parents Haven't Seen Him Since; He Sure Can Play A Harmoniky; Swartz Gingerale Song No. 2; When It's Time To Shear The Sheep; Sweet Betsy From Pike County; [Frankie Marvin:] Happy Go Lucky Boy; [Jake and Carl:] Please Don't Love Nobody When I'm Gonel [Chester Allen and Campbell:] Drinkin' Blues; [Carl Voling and His Four Aces:] That Old Rocking Chair; [Pete The Hired Man (George E. Logan):] Will The Roses Bloom In Heaven; [Bentley Boys:] Henhouse Blues; [Bill Cox:] Go Long Mule (Parody); [Dwight Butcher as “Slim” Oakdale:] Cowboy's Heaven;  [Bob Miller and His Hinky Dinkers:] Wild And Reckless Hobo; [Joe Werner and The Ramblers:] Tommy Cat Blues; [Daddy John Love:] Railroad Blues; [Norwood Tew:] If You Meet A Tramp – 09-15

SINGLES
Victor (1928-31)
21343 Hallelujah I'm A Bum / The Bum Song – 05-28 Harry McClintock/Mac
21420 Jesse James / Sam Bass – 06-28 Mac
21487 Texas Ranger / Billy Venero – 08-28 Harry Mac McClintock/Mac
21521 Jerry Go Ile That Car / My Dads Dinner Pail – 09-28 Mac
21567 The Circus Days / The Man On The Flying Trapeze – 10-28 Mac
21704 The Bum Song #2 / Big Rock Candy Mountain – 11-28 Mac
21761 Goodbye Old Paint / Cowboy's Lament – 12-28 Harry Mac McClintock/Mac
V-40016 Trail To Mexico / Get Along Little Doggies - 02-29 Mac (reissued on Mongomery Ward M-4469)
V-40101 Ain‘t We Crazy / [Peg Moreland] – 08-29 Mac
V-40112 Hobo's Spring Song (t.2) / If I Had My Druthers – 09-29 Harry McClintock
22003 Hobo's Spring Song (t.1) / If I Had My Druthers – 09-29 Harry McClintock
V-40234 Fireman Save My Child / The Trusty Lariat - 29
22845 Fifty Years From Now / When It's Time To Shear The Sheep - 31 Radio Mac
23510 Homespun Gal / [Peg Moreland] - 31
23586 His Parents Haven’t Seem Him Since/ He Sure Can Play A Harmoniky – 09-31
23614 Fifty Years From Now / When It's Time To Shear The Sheep – 12-31 (reissue of 22845) Radio Mac
Montgomery Ward
M-4058 Red River Valley / [Jimmie Rodgers] - 33
M-4298 Fireman Save My Child / The Trusty Lariat – 34 (reissue of V-40234)
M-4324 Sweet Betsy From Pike / [Jimmie Rodgers] - 34
M-4465 Billy Venero / [Carl T. Sprague] - 35
M-4469 Trail To Mexico / Get Along Little Doggies - 35 (reissue of V-40016)
M-4490 His Parents Haven’t Seem Him Since/ He Sure Can Play A Harmoniky – 35 (reissue of 23586)
M-4784 The Texas Ranger / The Trusty Lariat - 36
M-8121 That Big Rock Candy Mountain / [Jimmie Rodgers] – 39
Bluebird
B-11083 The Bum Song / Hallelujah I'm A Bum – 4? (reissue)
Flexo (1930)
No # Schwartz Gingerale Song / Schwartz Gingerale Commercial
Decca (1938)
5640 The Bum Song / Hallelujah I'm A Bum – 01-39
5689 The Bum Song No. 2 / The Big Rock Candy Mountain – 05-39
 

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.