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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Lane Brothers

By Praguefrank

January 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Webster Hall, 119E, 11th St., Manhattan, New York City – Lane Brothers (Pete Locont, Frank Loconto, Art Loconto)
001 H2-PB-0856 MARIANNE RCA 47-6810/ BCK-27137
002 SOGNO D’ORO 47-6810/ BCK-27137
May 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Webster Hall, 119E, 11th St., Manhattan, New York City – Lane Brothers (Pete Locont, Frank Loconto, Art Loconto)
003 H2-PB-4116 DING DANG DANGLIN' 47-6900/ BCK-27137 [alt.] BCK-27137
004 H2-PB-4117 UH-UH HONEY 47-6900/ BCK-27137
ca November 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Webster Hall, 119E, 11th St., Manhattan, New York City - Lane Brothers (Pete Locont, Frank Loconto, Art Loconto)
005 DON'T TEMPT ME BABY 47-7107/ BCK-27137
006 A LOVER’S HEART 47-7107/ BCK-27137
ca late 1957 RCA Victor Studio, Webster Hall, 119E, 11th St., Manhattan, New York City – Lane Brothers (Pete Locont, Frank Loconto, Art Loconto)
007 WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE EPA 4175/ BCK-27137 [alt.] BCK-27137
008 LOTTA LOVIN' EPA 4175 / BCK-27137 [alt.] BCK-27137
009 LIPS OF WINE EPA 4175/ BCK-27137 [alt.] BCK-27137
010 THERE'S ONLY YOU EPA 4175/ BCK-27137
23 March 1958 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville 3, TN – Lane Brothers (Pete Locont, Frank Loconto, Art Loconto. Producer: Chet Atkins)
011 J2-WB-0472 LITTLE BROTHER 47-7304/ BCK-27137
012 J2-WB-0473 SOMEBODY SWEET 47-7220/ BCK-27137
013 J2-WB-0474 BOPPIN‘ IN A SACK 47-7220/BCK-27137
014 J2-WB-0475 SO SATISFIED 47-7304
1958 New York City – Lane Brothers
015 MIMI Leader 804/ BCK-27137
016 TWO DOZEN AND A HALF 804/ BCK-27137
1969 unknown – Luconto Brothers
019 EACH OTHER BCK-27137
+ one unknown track
1981 Nashville , TN – Lane Brothers (Producer: Walter Haynes)
021 MARIANNE FXL 0026/ BCK-27137
023 SHOE TOP CLOVER FXL 0026/ BCK-27137

Hydra [GER] BCK-27137 Boppin’A Sack: Boppin In A Sack; Lips Of Wine; Don't Tempt Me Baby; Ding Dang Danglin'; Somebody Sweet; Wake Up Little Susie; Uh-Huh Honey; Little Brother; Lotta Lovin'; Marianne; There's Only You; Sogno D'oro; A Lover's Heart; Ding Dang Danglin'*; Lips Of Wine*; Lotta Lovin'; Studio Talk; Wake Up Little Susie*; Mimi; Two Dozend And A Half; Believe In America; Shoe Top Clover; Marianne Bonus Songs; One-Two-Three-Skid-Doo - Pete Lane; John's Reply - Pete Lane & Bernice Stable; Behind The Curtain - Theluconto Boys; Oatmeal Dream - The Luconto Boys; Hello Hello - The Luconto Boys; Each Other - The Luconto Boys - 06-08 (*previously unissued)

RCA Victor (1957-58)
47-6810 Marianne / Sogno D'Oro – 01-57
47-6900 Uh-Uh Honey / Ding Dand Danglin' – 06-57 (rev. June 10)
47-7107 Don't Tempt Me Baby / Lover’s Heart – 06-12-57
47-7220 Somebody Sweet / Boppin' In A Sack – 04-58 (rev. April 14)
47-7304 Little Brother / So Satisfied – 07-58 (rev. July 21)
EPA 4175 Rockin’The Pops: Wake Up Little Susie; Lotta Lovin' / Lips Of Wine; There's Only You – ca 12-57
Leader (1958)
804 Mimi / Two Dozen And A Half 58
FXL (1981)
0026 Marianne / Shoe Top Clover - 81

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