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Friday, February 4, 2011

Bruce Barkley

By Praguefrank
8 November (?) 1953 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Bruce Barkley (Bruce Barkley [piano] + unknown musicians)
001 CO 50467/ZSP-30551 RED PEPPER 4-21210
002 CO 50468/ZSP-30552 MEMPHIS BLUES 4-21267
003 CO 50469/ZSP-30553 JUMPIN‘ JACK 4-21267
004 CO 50470/ZSP-30554 CAROLINA IN THE MORNING 4-21210
26 July 1954 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Bruce Barkley (Bruce Barkley [piano] + unknown musicians)
005 CO 51806/NASH 1890? MY BLUE HEAVEN 4-21409
006 CO 51807/NASH 1891? PRETTY BABY 4-21409
007 CO 51808/NASH 1892? WILD HONEY 4-21330
008 CO 51809/NASH 1893? TANTALIZIN‘ RHYTHM 4-21330
2 September 1955 Bradley Studios, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Bruce Barkley (Bruce Barkley [piano] + unknown musicians)
009 CO 54004/OB 1042/JZSP-37029 unknown title
010 CO 54005/OB 1043/JZSP-37030 FINGERTIP RHYTHM 4-21468
011 CO 54006/OB 1044/JZSP-37031 unknown title
012 CO 54007/OB 1045/JZSP-37032 LOOKIN‘ AROUND 4-21468

Columbia (1953-55)
4-21210 Carolina In The Morning / Red Pepper – 11-53
4-21267 Memphis Blues / Jumpin' Jack – 06-54
4-21330 Tantalizin' Rhythm / Wild Honey – 11-54
4-21409 Pretty Baby / My Blue Heaven – 06-55
4-21468 Fingertip Rhythm / Lookin' Around – 11-55

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