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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Bud Deckelman



*02-04-1927 Harrisburg, AR, + ?
2nd version
Dick Grant, Al Turner, Bud Deckelman, Dave Travis, Eddie Bond, Michel Ruppli, Walter Gabriel, Henk Scholts, Praguefrank, Kent Heineman
SESSION

1954 [demo session] Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN – Bud Deckelman and The Daydreamers (G.D. Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Thadeus Dood Deckelman [ac gt], William Bill Cantrell [rh gt], Eddie Emanus [steel], Daniel Dan Chambers [bass]. Producers: Bill Cantrell and Quinton Claunch)
00001 DAYDREAMIN’ unissued
1954 Meteor Studio, 1794 Chelsea Ave., Memphis, TN – Bud Deckelman and The Daydreamers (Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Dood Deckelman [ac gt], Quinton Claunch [rh gt], Eddie Emanus [steel], Dan Chambers [bass], Bill Cantrell [fiddle]. Producers: Bill Cantrell and Quinton Claunch)
001 MR-5018-1 LET’S NOT PRETEND Meteor 5014/Barnyard LP-6201 Castle LP-8207 Ace CDCH2-885 Cattle CCD-336
002 MR-5019-4 DAYDREAMIN’ Meteor 5014/LP-6201 LP-8207 Ace CDCH2-885 Cattle CCD-336 Bear Family BCD-16960
ACE CDCH2-885 THE COMPLETE METEOR ROCKABILLY and HILLBILLY RECORDINGS (UK 1993); BEAR FAMILY BCD-16960 DIM LIGHTS, THICK SMOKE AND HILLBILLY MUSIC 1956 (GER)
15 January 1955 [14:00-17:00] RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN – Bud Deckelman (Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Bud Isaacs [steel], prob. Thomas Lee Tommy Jackson Jr. [fiddle])
003 55-S-255/55-XY-204 WHAT IS IT DARLING? MGM K11952/LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
004 55-S-256 I’D ONLY BE ACTING A FOOL MGM K12017/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336 Cactus MGMCD-5
005 55-S-257/55-XY-205 NO ONE, DEAR, BUT YOU MGM K11952/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
006 55-S-258 FOR SO LONG MGM K12017/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
1 July 1955 [13:00-16:00] RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN – Bud Deckelman (Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Bud Isaacs [steel], prob. Tommy Jackson [fiddle])
007 55-S-405/55-XY-433 LET’S DO IT UP BROWN MGM K12083/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
008 55-S-406/55-XY-434 WHAT’S THE USE TO TAKE YOU BACK AGAIN MGM K12083/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
009 55-S-407/55-XY-435 YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW MGM K12162/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
010 55-S-408/55-XY-436 DARLING. I’LL KEEP TRYING MGM K12162/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
12 March 1956 [19:00-22:00] RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN – Bud Deckelman (Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Bud Isaacs [steel], prob. Tommy Jackson [fiddle])
011 56-S-208/56-XY-225 WAITIN’ MGM K12346/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
012 56-S-209/56-XY-226 I LOVE YOU SO MGM K12356/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
013 56-S-210/56-XY-227 IT’S GREAT TO BE LIVING MGM K12356/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336 Cactus MGMCD-3
014 56-S-211/56-XY-228 FALLIN,’ FALLIN’, FALLIN’ MGM K12246/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336 Cactus MGMCD-3
18 October 1956 [19:00-22:00] RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN – Bud Deckelman (Bud Deckelman [vcl/rh gt], Bud Isaacs [steel], prob. Tommy Jackson [fiddle])
015 56-S-707/56-XY-518 I DONE FELL TO FER MGM K12552/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
016 56-S-708/56-XY-519 AS LONG AS I CAN DREAM MGM K12552/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
017 56-S-709/56-XY-520 I LOVE YOU STILL MGM K12419/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336
018 56-S-710/56-XY-521 I GOTTA FIND A WAY MGM K12419/ LP-6201 LP-8207 CCD-336 Cactus MGMCD-3
CACTUS MGMCD-3 M-G-M HILLBILLY, Vol.3. (2010); CACTUS MGMCD-5 M-G-M HILLBILLY, Vol.5. (2010)
1960 Memphis, TN – Bud Deckelman (Producer: Eddie Bond)
019 I’M SORRY NOW Stompertime 1400
020 I’LL BE THE ONE 1400/Collector CLCD-4404 Stomper Time STCD-14
021 BAREFOOT ROCK Stompertime unissued/CLCD-4404 STCD-14
COLLECTOR CLCD-4404 ORIGINAL MEMPHIS ROCK and ROLL and COUNTRY (NED); STOMPER TIME STCD-14 MEMPHIS ROCKABILLIE, HILLBILLIES and HONKY TONKERS (UK)
20 May 1970 [no #18594] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Bud Deckelman
022 74640 SINCERELY, I WISH YOU THE BEST Capitol unissued
023 74641 DAYDREAMIN’ Capitol unissued
Unknown info - Bud Deckelman (Producer: Bill Cantrell)
024 LET THE BIG DOG HAVE THE BONE MSL 1000-1
MCS MSL-1000-1 SOUNDS OF THE MID-SOUTH JAMBOREE



ALBUMS
Barnyard [GER] LP-6201 Daydreamin’ With Bud Deckelman (1954-1956):I Done Fell To Fer; As Long As I Can Dream; I Love You So; It’s Great To Be Living; I Love You Still; I Gotta Find A Way; What Is It Darling; No One Dear But You; I’d Only Be Acting A Fool; For So Long; Waitin’; Fallin Fallin Fallin; Daydreamin’; Let’s Not Pretend; Let’s Do It Up Brown; What’s The Use To Take You Back Again - 76 (reissued on Castle LP-8207 A Country Music Retrospect to the 1950's, vol. 1)
Cattle Compact [GER] CCD-336 Hillbilly Love Songs (1954-1956): Let’s Not Pretend; Daydreamin’; Let’s Do It Up Brown; What’s The Use To Take You Back Again; What Is It Darling; No One Dear But You; I’d Only Be Acting A Fool; For So Long; Yesterday Today And Tomorrow; Darling I’ll Keep Trying; Waitin’; Fallin’ Fallin’ Fallin’; I Done Fell Too Fer; As Long As I Can Dream; I Love You So; It’s Great To Be Living; I Love You Still; I Gotta Find A Way ca 07

SINGLES
Meteor (1954)
S Not Pretend -¢5014 Daydreamin / Let 54
MGM (1954)
K 11954 Flying High / Them Soft Shouders And Dangerous Curve – 02-55
K 12017 I'd Only Be Acting A Fool / For So Long – 06-55
K 12083 Let's Do It Up Brown / What's The Use To Take You Back Again – 10-55
K 12162 Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow / Darling, I’ll Keep Trying – 01-56 (adv. March 3)
K 12246 Waitin' / Fallin', Fallin', Fallin' – 06-56
K 12356 It’s Great To Be Living / I Love You So -10-56
K 12419 I Gotta Find A Way / I Love You Still – 02-57
K 12552 I Done Fell Too Fer / As Long As I Can Dream – 09-57
Stompertime (1960)
1400 I’m Sorry Now / I’ll Be The One - 60
 

1 comment:

  1. K 11954 Flying High / Them Soft Shoulders And Dangerous Curve -is by Randy Atcher not Bud Deckelman

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