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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Billy Hutch

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by Praguefrank, Carl G. Cederblad, Thieu Van De Vorst
1963 Nashville, TN – Billy Hutch His Harmonica and Orchestra (Billy Hutch [harmonica], Kelso Herston [gt/leader], Boots Randolph [sax] + unknown musicians)
001 P5KM-3354 EEFIN-NANNY STOMP Time 1067/S-2099
002 EEFIN-NANNY MONKEY Time 1067/S-2099
003 SHORT AND SWEET Time S-2099  S-2137
004 IDA RED Time S-2099 
005 SAN JOSE Time S-2099  S-2137
007 RED WING Time S-2099 
008 PEACE RIVER Time S-2099  S-2137
009 CAMPTOWN RACES Time S-2099 
010 SIX-EIGHTHS OF BLUES Time S-2099 S-2137 
011 FRANKIE and JOHNNY Time S-2099 S-2137 
012 TALL GRASS Time S-2099  S-2137
1964 Nashville, TN – Billy Hutch (Billy Hutch [harmonica], Kelso Herston [gt/leader], + unknown musicians)
013 WALK RIGHT IN Time S-2137 S-2150
014 I WALK THE LINE Time S-2137
016 BILLY BAYOU Time S-2137
018 YONDER COMES A SUCKER Time S-2137  -
1964 Nashville, TN – Billy Hutch and His Boys (Billy Hutch [harmonica*], Fred Carter [gt], Kelso Herston [gt/leader], Charlie McCoy [gt/harmonica*], Wayne Moss [gt], Jerry Reed [gt], Jimmy Wilkerson [gt]. Buddy Killen [bass], Willie Ackerman [drums], Hargus Robbins [piano], Cleys Bays, George Bunkley, Frances Parker, Roby Ann Story, Allen Zack [violins], Robert Bays, Edward Pride [French horns]. Producer: Harry Ringler)
019 DEVIL WOMAN Time S-2150  
020 ROSES ARE RED Time S-2150  
021 YOU DON´T KNOW ME Time S-2150
022 FOREVER Time S-2150
023 RAMBLING ROSE Time S-2150
024 HE´LL  HAVE TO GO Time S-2150
026 WALK ON BY Time S-2150  
027 DETROIT CITY Time S-2150
*Harmonica is credited to Billy Hutch but most certainly it is Charlie McCoy palying. Some of these songs apper on other albums and the Charlie is listed as the harmonica player. Due to contract issues (he was recording for Monument Records back then) his name could not be used.

Time 52099/S-2099 Eefin-Nanny Down Home: Eefin-Nanny Monkey; Short and Sweet; Eefin-Nanny Stomp; Ida Red; San Jose; Eefin at the Carousel; Red Wing; Peace River; Camptown Races; Six-Eighths of Blues; Frankie and Johnny; Tall Grass – 63
Time 52137/S-2137 Harmonica – Guitar Country and Western: Walk Right In; I Walk The Line; Battle Of Waterloo; Billy Bayou; Under The Double Eagle; Short And Sweet; Tall Grass; Frankie And Johnny; San Jose; Peace River; Six Eights Of Blues; Yonder Comes A Sucker – 64
Time 52150/S-2150 Country and Western The Great Hits Of the 60’s: Devil Woman;  Roses Are Red;  Walk Right In;  You Don´t Know Me;  Forever;  Rambling Rose;  He´ll  Have To Go;  Wolverton Mountain;  Walk On By;  Detroit City - 64

1067 Eefin-Nanny Stomp / Eefin-Nanny Monkey - 63


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