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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Claude Casey (by Dick Grant)

CLAUDE CASEY

SESSION DISCOGRAPHY

CLAUDE CASEY-1

CLAUDE CASEY TRIO-2

CLAUDE & SARA CASEY-3

ARC Recording Sudio, 55 West, 16th Street., New York City, NY: Friday 16th July 1937

Jesse Claude Casey (vcl-4/gtr); Tex Isley (vcl-5/gtr); Sara Casey (vcl-6).

Producer: Arthur Edward “Art” Satherley

21397- MOONSHINE IN THE NORTH CAROLINA HALL(sic)-2 ARC (Uniss)

()

21398- WE ARE THE BOYS FROM NORTH CAROLINA-2 ARC (Uniss)

()

21399- MEMORIES OF CHARLEY POOLE -1 ARC (Uniss)

()

21400- DON’T ACCUSE YOUR LOVER -3 ARC (Uniss)

()

21401- FORSAKEN -1 ARC (Uniss)

()

21402 A CHANGE IN BUSINESS -1 ARC (Uniss)

()

PINE STATE PLAYBOYS

Hotel Charlotte, 237 West Trade Street Charlotte, N. C.: Wednesday 26th January 1938

Claude Casey (vcl-1/gtr); Lawrence Boling (vcl-2/gtr); Carl Boling (tnr gtr); James “Jimmy” Rouse (fdl); William “Willie” Coates (pno). Producer:

BS-018729-1 ROAD WEARY HOBO -2 Bluebird B-8127, Montgomery Ward M-7710

()

BS-018730-1 WHY DON’T YOU COME BACK TO ME -2 Bluebird B-7704, Montgomery Ward M-7711

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-018731-1 I TOOK IT -1 Bluebird B-7451, Montgomery Ward M-7710

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-018732-1 DOWN WITH GIN -2 Bluebird B-7451, Montgomery Ward M-7709

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-018733-1 KEEP PRAYING -1 Bluebird B-8073, Montgomery Ward M-7711

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-018734-1 THE INSTALMENT SONG (sic) -2 Bluebird B-7704, Montgomery Ward M-7709

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-018735-1 A BOY FROM NORTH CAROLINA -2 Bluebird B-7535, Montgomery Ward M-7712

()

BS-018736-1 DON’T SAY GOODBYE IF YOU’LL LOVE ME-2 B-7535, M-7712

() Regal Zonophone G23576

NB(1): BLUEBIRD B-7451 released 1938.

NB(2): BLUEBIRD B-7535 released 1938.

NB(3): BLUEBIRD B-7704 released August 1938.

NB(4): REGAL ZONOPHONE G23576 released Australia 1938.

NB(5): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7709 released 1939.

NB(6): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7710 released 1939.

NB(7): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7711 released 1939.

NB(8): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7712 released 1939.

CLAUDE CASEY & His Pine State Playboys-1

PINE STATE PLAYBOYS-2

Andrew Jackson Hotel, 223 East, Main Street., Rock Hill, S. C.: Tuesday 27th September 1938

(vcl-3/gtr); Lawrence Boling (vcl-4/gtr); Carl Boling (tnr gtr); Jimmy Rouse (fdl); Willie Coates (pno).

Producer:

BS-027729-1 MY LITTLE PRECIOUS SONNY BOY -3 Montgomery Ward M-7706

()

BS-027730-1 ALL I DO IS DREAM -3 Bluebird B-7883, Montgomery Ward M-7706

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-027731-1 HAPPY COWBOY -2-3-4 Bluebird B-8127, Montgomery Ward M-7657

()

BS-027732-1 MY MEMORY LANE -3-4 Bluebird B-7863, Montgomery Ward M-7657

() Regal Zonophone G23700

BS-027733-1 KINSTON BLUES -3-4 Bluebird B-8056, Montgomery M-7707

()

BS-027734-1 I’M SO LONESOME TONIGHT -4 Bluebird B-8153, Montgomery Ward M-7708

() Regal Zonophone G23974

BS-027735-1 YOU’RE THE ONLY STAR IN MY BLUE HEAVEN-3 Bluebird B-7863, Montgomery Ward M-7658

() Regal Zonophone G23700

BS-027736-1 MY HEART IS STAMPED WITH YOUR NAME-3-4 Bluebird B-8056, M-7658

()

BS-027737-1 PINE STATE HONKY TONK (Inst) Bluebird B-7883, Montgomery Ward M-7707

() Old Homestead OHCS-182

BS-027738-1 OLD MISSOURI MOON -3-4 Bluebird B-8153, Montgomery Ward M-7708

() Regal Zonophone G23974

NB(1): BLUEBIRD B-7863 released 1938.

NB(2): BLUEBIRD B-7883 released 1938.

NB(3): BLUEBIRD B-8056 released 1939.

NB(4): BLUEBIRD B-8127 released1939.

NB(5): BLUEBIRD B-8153 released 1939.

NB(6): REGAL ZONOPHONE G23700 released Australia

NB(7): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7657 released 1938.

NB(8): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7658 released 1938.

NB(9): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7706 released 1939.

NB(10): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7707 released 1939.

NB(11): MONTGOMERY WARD M-7708 released 1939.

CLAUDE CASEY & His Pine State Playboys

Kimball House, 30 South Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga: Thursday 10th October 1940

(vcl-1/gtr/yodel-2); Clinton Collins (vcl-3/fdl-4/stg bs-5); Kelland “Kid” Clark (accdn); Jimmy Colvard (el stl gtr-6/stg bs-7).

Producer:

BS-054588-1 YOU’RE GONNA BE SORRY -1-3-4-6 Bluebird B-8608, Old Homestead OHCS-182

()

BS-054589-1 I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU -1-2-4-5-7 B-8608, OHCS-182

()

BS-054590-1 MY HEART’S IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE

RIDGE -1-5-6 Bluebird B-8668

()

BS-054591-1 LONESOME AS CAN BE -1-4-6 B-8668

()

BS-054592-1 IT DOESN’T MATTER -1-3-5-6 Bluebird B-8697

()

BS-054593-1 WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME NOW? -1-4-6 B-8697

()

BS-054594-1 WHEN I FIRST MET YOU -1-5-6 Bluebird B-8730

()

BS-054595-1 LITTLE GIRL, GO ASK YOUR MOTHER -5-6 B-8730, OHCS-182

()

NB(1): BLUEBIRD B-8608 released January 1941.

NB(2): BLUEBIRD B-8668 released April 1941.

NB(3): BLUEBIRD B-8697 released May 1941.

NB(4): BLUEBIRD B-8730 released June 1941.

CLAUDE CASEY & His Pine State Playboys

Kimball House, 30 South Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga.: Saturday 4th October 1941

(vcl-1/gtr/yodel-2); Gilbert Young (stl gtr); George Hefferman (fdl); Tex Martin (vcl-3/yodel-4/stg bs).

Producer:

BS-071098-1 LET ME HEAR YOU SAY “I LOVE YOU” -1 Bluebird B-8958, Old Homestead OHCS-182

()

BS-071099-1 SWING WITH GILBERT (Inst) Bluebird B-8849, OHCS-182

()

BS-071100-1 WHY DID THINGS HAPPEN THIS WAY? -1-2 Bluebird B-8958, OHCS-182

()

BS-071101-1 HOTTEST LITTLE BABY IN TOWN -1 Bluebird B-8849, OHCS-182

()

NB(1): BLUEBIRD B-8849 released November 1941.

NB(2): BLUEBIRD B-8958 released April 1942.

CLAUDE CASEY and The Sagedusters

poss. RCA Victor Studio, 30 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Ill: ca. November 1945

(vcl/gtr);

Producer:

TWO LITTLE GIRLS WITH GOLDEN CURLS RCA Victor 20-1802, Old Homestead OHCS-182

(J. Graydon Hall) (Wally Fowler Pub. BMI)

FAMILY REUNION IN HEAVEN 20-1802, OHCS-182

()

I WISH I’D NEVER MET YOU RCA Victor 20-1955, RCA Victor 58-0016

()

MY LITTLE TOOTSIE 20-1955, 58-0016

()

NB(1): RCA VICTOR 20-1802 released 2nd March 1946.

NB(2): RCA VICTOR advert-9th March 1946 for RCA VICTOR 20-1802.

NB(3): RCA VICTOR 20-1955 released September 1946.

NB(4): RCA VICTOR 58-0016 released Canada September 1946.

NB(5): The above recording session may have taken place at Radio Station WBT, Wilder Bldg, Charlotte, N. C.

NB(6): OLD HOMESTEAD OHCS-182 “PINE STATE HONKY TONK” released 1987.

CLAUDE CASEY and The Sagedusters

poss. RCA Victor Studio, 30 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Ill: ca. December 1946

(vcl/gtr);

Producer:

LOOK IN THE LOOKING GLASS RCA Victor 20-2059-A

(Claude Casey-Mel Foree)

THE JOURNEY’S END 20-2059-B

()

DAYS ARE LONG, NIGHTS ARE LONELY RCA Victor 20-2230-A

(Mel Foree-Claude Casey)

I WISH I HAD KISSED YOU GOODBYE 20-2230-B

(Jenny Lou Carson)

NB(1): RCA VICTOR 20-2059 released January 1947.

NB(2): RCA VICTOR 20-2230 released May 1947.

NB(3): The above recording session may have taken place at Radio Station WBT, Wilder Bldg, Charlotte, N.C.

FRED KIRBY-1

CLAUDE CASEY-2 Radio Station WBT, Wilder Bldg. Charlotte, N. C.: 1947

Frederick Austin “Fred” Kirby (vcl/gtr); Claude Casey (vcl/gtr);

Producer: Arthur Smith

MF-216/ I THANK MY LUCKY STARS -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM (Uniss)

48-S-402 ()

MF-217/ JUKE BOX GAL -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10279

48-S-61 ()

MF-218/ GOD MADE THE COUNTRY -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10353

48-S-64 ()

MF-219/ CAROLINA WALTZ -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10435

48-S-403 ()

MF-220/ THAT ALL MIGHTY DOLLAR -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10353

48-S-404 ()

MF-221/ I’M LIVIN’ IN DREAMS -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10279

48-S-62 ()

MF-222/ A GREATER POWER -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss),MGM (Uniss)

48-S-230 ()

MF-223/ LONESOME BLUES -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10435

48-S-405 ()

NB(1): MGM 10279 released September 1948.

NB(2): MGM 10353 released February 1949.

NB(3): MGM 10435 released May 1949.

NB(4): MGM purchased SUPER DISC 26th June 1948.

CLAUDE CASEY-1

FRED KIRBY-2 Radio Station WBT, Wilder Bldg. Charlotte, N. C.: 1948

Claude Casey (vcl-3/gtr); Fred Kirby (vcl-4/gtr);

Producer: Arthur Smith

48-S-485 I’M HAVING MY BLUES DAY TODAY -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10586

()

48-S-486 ROAD OF LOVE -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), 10586

()

48-S-487 YOU’RE JUST IN TIME TO BE TOO LATE-1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM (Uniss)

()

48-S-488 ONE LITTLE FLOWER -1-3 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM (Uniss)

()

48-S-489 MY LITTLE DOG LOVES YOUR LITTLE DOG-2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM 10474

()

48-S-490 JUKEBOX JACKSON FROM JACKSONVILLE-2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), 10474

()

48-S-491 LET US PRAY -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM (Uniss)

()

48-S-492 TAKE IT EASY -2-4 Super Disc (Uniss), MGM (Uniss)

()

NB(1): MGM 10474 released August 1949.

NB(2): MGM 10586 released January 1950.

CLAUDE CASEY

Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Avenue, North Nashville, Tn: Wednesday 10th June 1953

(vcl/gtr);

Producer:

53-S-6091 I BET MY HEART MGM 11708, MGM K11708

()

53-S-6094 YOU’LL HAVE TO TALK IT OVER WITH MY HEART MGM 11611, MGM K11611

(Rose) (Acuff-Rose BMI)

53-S-6095 ME, MYSELF AND I MGM 11708, MGM K11708

()

53-S-6096 LOOKING AT THE MOON THROUGH A TEARDROP MGM 11611, MGM K11611

()

NB(1): MGM 11611/K11611 released 1953.

NB(2): MGM 11708/K11708 released January 1954.

DISCOGRAPHY compiled by DICK GRANT, TONY RUSSELL, AL TURNER, BILL DANIELS, JOHN MORRIS with acknowledgements to Charles Garrod, Ed Novitsky, Phil Tricker, Michel Ruppli & Frantisek Frank.

1996-2011.

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