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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Ann Raye

Martha Ann Baranovich, *31-08-1939 
2nd version
By Al Turner, Dick Grant with acknowledgements to Praguefrank & Michel Ruppli 

ca. March 1954 poss. Jack Starnes Home Studio, 11325 Voth Road, Beaumont, TX - Ann Raye (Producer: Jack Starnes)
001 ST-2091 BRAZEN RINGLESS HAND Starday 45-135
003 ST-2093 I THINK OF YOU 45-151
004 ST-2094 ONE YEAR HAS PASSED 45-151
Early 1955 Radio Station WVMI, Biloxi, MS – Ann Raye, *w. Jim Owen
005 F8OW-0268 OUR WEDDING BAND Fine 1001
006 F8OW-0269 RECKLESS* Fine 1001
Spring 1956 Radio Station WVMI, Biloxi, MS – Ann Raye
008 G8OW-653 STRANGER Fine No. 1009
31 August 1956 Music City Recordings, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN - Ann Raye
009 100497/NA 9503 STRANGER 9-30105
010 100498/NA 9504 I DON‘ T WANT TO BE KISSED unissued
011 100499/NA 9505 WHAT‘CHA THINK ABOUT ME 9-30105
012 100500/NA 9506 WHO‘LL GET TO LOVE YOU unissued
12 July 1957 Bradley Film and Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN - Ann Raye
013 102928/NA 9878 (I‘M A) SENTIMENTAL FOOL 9-30533
014 102979/NA 9879 ROBBIN EGG SKY AND LEMON GRASS unissued
015 102980/NA 9880 ENDLESS LOVE 9-30533

Starday (1954)
45-135 You Can't Go Riding (In My Wagon Anymore) / Brazen Ringless Hand – 04-54
45-151 I Think Of You / One Year Has Passed – 06-54
Fine (1955)
1001 Our Wedding Band Fine / Reckless Fine – 05-55 (rev. May 21)
No. 1009 I Don't Want To Be Kissed (If I Can't Be Loved) / Stranger – ca 05-56
Decca (1956-57)
9-30105 Stranger / What'cha Think About Me? – 11-56 (rev. Dec. 1)
9-30533 (I’m A) Sentimental Fool / Endless Love – 01-58

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
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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.
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