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Monday, October 3, 2011

Kenny Lee

*10-05-1935 Decatur, GA
by Praguefrank

September 1953 Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Kenny Lee (unknown musicians. Producer: Stephen Sholes)
001 E3-VB-2249 THAT‘S MY BABY‘S KISSES RCA 47-5629
002 E3-VB-2250 I SAW CUPID IN YOUR EYES 47-5500
003 E3-VB-2251 LOOK! 47-5500
004 E3-VB-2252 BABY I‘M SICK ON YOU 47-5629
ca. 13 February 1954 Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Kenny Lee (unknown musicians Producer: Stephen Sholes)
005 E4-VB-3605 RUNAWAY ANGEL 45-5733
006 E4-VB-3606 FLAME OF FIRE 47-5733
007 E4-VB-3607 HOLDING HANDS 47-5816
008 E4-VB-3608 IT
¢S TIT FOR TAT 47-5816
January 1955 RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television, Radio and Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN – Kenny Lee (unknown musicians Producer: Stephen Sholes)
009 F2-WB-0210 THE CRY OF A LONESOME MAN 47-6018
010 F2-WB-0211 BUT NOT LIKE MINE 47-6087
011 F2-WB-0212 YOU RING A BELL WITH ME 47-6087
012 F2-WB-0213 I GOTTA GO GET MY BABY 47-6018
1982 unknown – Kenny Lee (Producer: Doug Johnson)
013 COWBOY 123  725
014 THE SAME OLD ME 123  725
015 I CAN RIDE A HOSS 123 729

RCA Victor (1953-1955)
47-5500 Look! / I Saw Cupid In Your Eyes – 11-53 (rev. Nov. 14)
47-5629 That’s My Baby’s Kisses / Baby, I Am Sick Of You – 02-54 (rev. March 6)
47-5733 Runaway Angel / Flame Of Fire - 54
47-5816 Holding Bhands / It’s Tit For Tat - 09-54
47-6018 I Gotta Go Get My Baby / The Cry Of A Lonesome Man – 02-55
47-6087 But Not Like Mine / You Ring A Bell With Me – 04-55 (rev. Apr. 23)
123 (1982)
725 Cowboy / The Same Old Me – 82
729 I Can Ride A Hoss / Let's Go Back To The Good Ole Days - 82


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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
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Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
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