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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Frankie Starr

*09-03-1914 Fresno, CAby Richard Weize (BCD-15990), Carl LaFongSESSIONSca. May 1950 ACA Studio, 612 Westheimer, Houston, TX – Frankie Starr
001 3697 CROSS MY HEART (I'M NOT DOUBLE CROSSING YOU) 45-1484/ BCD-15990
002 3698 THERE'S A VACANCY 45-1484/ BCD-15990
ca. February 1951 Ramsey Recorders, 3703 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ - Frankie Starr & The King Country Boys
003 4051 YOUR DADDY'S LOOPED AGAIN X 12/ BCD-15990
004 4052 YOU BROKE YOUR HEART BROKING MINE X 12/ BCD-15990
1953 or 1954 Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Frankie Starr
005 MY WOMAN AIN'T PRETTY Rangeland 2001/ BCD-15990
006 YOUR KIND WASN'T MEANT FOR ME 2001/ BCD-15990
007 MY HEART CAN'T STAND ANOTHER TEAR unissued/ BCD-15990
008 I WANT SOMEONE TO LOVE unissued/ BCD-15990
25 November 1955 Bradley Studios, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Frankie Starr [independent recordings, sold to Decca]
009 88943 ELEVATOR BOOGIE Star-Win 7003/BCD-15990
010 88944 SKY WRITIN' AIRPLANE unissued/ BCD-15990
011 88945 THAT'S THE WAY THE BIG BALL BOUNCES Decca 9-29778/ BCD-15990
012 88946 I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU USED TO BE 9-29778/BCD-15990
ca. 1957 Arizona Recording Productions, 834 North 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ – Frankie Starr
013 I LOVE YOU TOO MUCH TO LEAVE YOU Rangeland 1914/ BCD-15990
014 I'M PAYING THE PRICE 1914/ BCD-15990
ca. 1958 poss. Audio Recorders of Arizona, Phoenix, AR – Frankie Starr
015 BETWEEEN YOU, ME AND THE GATEPOST Star-Win 7003/ BCD-15990
1958 or 1959 Nashville, TN – Frankie Starr
016 THE GREAT FIREBALL Baron 100/ BCD-15990
017 LITTLE JOHN WEATHERLY 100/ BCD-15990
ca. 1964 Columbia Recording Studio 804 16th Ave.South, Nashville, TN – Frankie Starr
018 ELEVATOR BABY Sims 212 Star-Win 7008/ BCD-15990
019 THAT CRAZY DREAM Sims 212 Star-Win 7008/ BCD-15990
Late 1966 Lonzo & Oscar's Studio – Nashville, TN – Frankie Starr
020 TEAR STAINED BIBLE REM 400/ BCD-15990
021 JOHN 3:16 400/ BCD-15990

ALBUMSBear Family [GER] BCD-15990 Elevator Boogie: Elevator Boogie; That's The Way The Big Ball Bounces; Sky Writin' Airplane; I Don't Care What You Used To Be; I Love You Too Much To Leave You; I'm Paying The Price; Cross My Heart; There's A Vacancy; Your Kind Wasn't Meant To Me; My Heart Can't Stand Another Tear; I Want Someone To Love; You Broke Your Heart Breaking Mine; Your Daddy's Looped Again; My Woman Ain't Pretty; Elevator Baby; That Crazy Dream; Between You Me And The Gatepost; The Great Fireball; Little Joe Weatherly; Tear Stained Bible; John 3:16; [Marty Robbins – 1948 demos:] Our Love Is At An End; For A Lifetime; I've Lost My Love And You; I Want Someone To Love - 96
SINGLES4-Star (1950-51)
45-1484 Cross My Heart / There's A Vacancy – 06-50
X 12 Your Daddy's Looped Again / You Broke Your Heart Breaking Mine – ca. 02-51
Range-Land (1954)
2001 My Woman Ain't Pretty / Your Kind Wasn't Meant For Me - 54
Decca (1955)
9-29778 That's The Way The Big Ball Bounces / I Don't Care What You Used To Be - 01-56
Range-Land (1957)
1914 I Love You Too Much To Leave You / I'm Praying The Price - 57
Star-Win (ca. 1957)
7003 Between You Me And The Gatepost / Elevator Boogie - 61
Baron (1959)
100 The Great Fireball / Little John Weatherly - 59
Star-Win (1964)
7008 Elevator Baby / That Crazy Dream – 64 (reissued on Sims 212 in 11-64)
REM (1966)
400 Tear Stained Bible / John 3:16 - 66

1 comment:

  1. The Great Fireball / Little John Weatherly details have to be wrong. Little Joe Weatherly died in 1964 in a crash. There's no way that Frankie Starr would sing about Weatherly's death in 1959.

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