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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Shirlee Hunter

*29-08-1939 Moneta, VA
By Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank

ca August 1959 Unknown – Shirlee Hunter, *The Trailblazers
001 ALLENTOWN JAIL Tip Top 720
000 HOT BLOOD* -instr.- Tip Top 720
May 1963 Don McGraw Studio, Salem, VA - Shirlee Hunter
002 I CAN'T DO A THING Salem 516
ca 16 March 1965 Don McGraw Studio, Salem, VA– Shirlee Hunter (Shirlee Hunter [vcl] + unknown musicians + The Statler Brothers. Producer: Don McGraw)
004 SRP-7100/60106 BILLY CHRISTIAN Salem 535 Tower 130
005 SRP-7101/60107 WHY DO YOU HESITATE Salem 535 Tower 130
March 1966 Nashville TN – Shirlee Hunter
006 2-38277 CRYIN' AND I'M ONLY HALF WAY HOME Mercury 72599
007 2-38278 DROPPING OUT OF SIGHT unissued
008 2-38279 THE LAST PLACE YOU GO 72599
009 2-38280 I CAME THROUGH FIRE unissued

Tip Top (1959)
720 Allentown Jail / Hot Blood [The Trailblazers] – 10-59 (rev. Oct. 12)
Salem (1963)
516 I Can't Do A Thing / Loneliness Is Falling All Around – 08-63
535 Why Do You Hesitate? / Billy Christian – 01-65 (reissued on Tower 130)
Mercury (1966)
72599 Cryin' And I'm Only Half Way Home / The Last Place You Go – 07-66

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