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Monday, March 21, 2011

Gene Morris

*1934 Quanah, TX
by Praguefrank, Thieu Van De Vorst with help of RCS site
ca February 1957 Abilene, TX – Gene Morris & The Pages
001 Δ14350 LOVIN‘ HONEY Edmoral 1012
002 Δ14351 I'VE GOT A LOVE 1012
ca May 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio  Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN  – Gene Morris and The Pages
003 H4PB-4393 I'VE GOT A LOVE  Vik 4X-0287
004 H4PB-4394 LOVIN‘ HONEY Vik 4X-0287/BCD 15622
according to the tracks above are Nashville re-recordings, according to RCS site both versions are aurally identical
ca March 1958 KNIT Radio Station, Abilene, TX – Gene Morris
005 Δ20495 THE RIGHT KIND OF LOVE 1021-45
006 Δ20496 I NEED IT Winston 1021-45
ca March 1959 KNIT Radio Station, Abilene, TX – Gene Morris
007 Δ28480 WISHING WELL 1032-45
008 Δ28481 I CRAW FISHED Winston 1032-45

1012-45 Lovin‘ Honey / I've Got A Love – 04-57 (rev. Apr. 20)
4X-0287 Loving Honey / I've Got A Love – 08-57
1021-45 I Need It / The Right Kind Of Love – 04-58 (rev. April 14)
1032-45 I Craw Fished / Wishing Well – 0-59 (rev. May 4)

1 comment:

  1. Gene is the 11th of 12 Born in 1934 from Quanah Tx. He has recorded over 40 songs and wrote over 200.He now lives in Abilene TX.Doing fine and still singing



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