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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Ed Moody

Edgar Ernest Moody Bron, *07-03-1908 Cement , OK, +17-03-1997
by Thieu Van De Vorst
ca August 1945 prob. C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 S.Western Ave., Hollywood, CA – Oklahoma Ed Moody (Ed Moody [vcl], prob. Slim Duncan [fiddle])
001 242 OKLAHOMA HILLS Coast 2011/ BACM CD D 281
002 243 CARELESS DARLIN' 2011/ BACM CD D 281
Ca December 1945 or January 1946 Hollywood, CA - Oklahoma Ed Moody With The Six Westernaires (Ed Moody [vcl], Porky Freeman ld gt], ? [gt], ? [bass], Slim Suncan [fiddle])
003 BW-191-4 FOREVER IS A LONG LONG TIME Black/White 10004/BACM CD D 281
005 BW-193-3 NO KISSES FOR YOU 10005/BACM CD D 281
006 BW-194-2 DOWN THE TRAIL TO HOME 10005/BACM CD D 281
ca May 1946 Hollywood, CA - Ed Moody And His Bluebonnet Boys
007 340 I'M STILL CRYIN' OVER YOU Coast 258/ BACM CD D 281
008 341 MAIL ORDER MAMA 258 / BACM CD D 281
009 342 DON'T HAND ME THAT LINE 257 342/ BACM CD D 281
Mid 1946 Hollywood, CA - Oklahoma Ed Moody With The Six Westernaires (Ed Moody [vcl], ? [gt], poss. Eddie Martin [steel], ? [bass], poss Shorty Scott [fiddle], poss Highpockets Busse [accordion])
011 BW-273-3 CAN'T WIN CAN'T PLACE CAN'T SHOW Black/White 10006/BACM CD D 281
012 BW-274-2 WHAT GOOD WOULD IT DO 10006/BACM CD D 281
013 BW-275-1 IF I COULD GO BACK 10007/BACM CD D 281
014 BW-276-1 BAD LITTLE GIRL 10007/BACM CD D 281
ca September 1947 Hollywood, CA - Oklahoma Ed Moody (Ed Moody [vcl]. Earl Finley [ld gt], ? [gt], Billy Tonnesen [steel], ? [bass], Paul Robbins [fiddle])
015 K2584/D755 NO ALIBIS DeLuxe5054/ BACM CD D 281
016 K2585/D756 YOU’LL NEVER CHANGE DeLuxe 5062/ BACM CD D 281
017 K2586/D757 DON’T LOOK DOWN ON ME DeLuxe 5054/ BACM CD D 281
018 K2587/D758 TOO MANY SWEETHEARTS DeLuxe 5062/ BACM CD D 281
ca 29 December 1947 Universal Recorders, 6757 Hollywood Blvd.,Hollywood, CA - Ed Moody (vcll Terry Fell Or Johnny Tyler)
019 376 GRAVY TRAIN 269 / BACM CD D 281
020 377 DEVIL IN DISGUISE 269 / BACM CD D 281

BACM [UK] CD D 281 Down The Trail To Home: Oklahoma Hills; Careless Darlin'; Forever Is A Long Long Time; Sitting Alone On My Doorstep; No Kisses For You; Down The Trail To Home; Can't Win Can't Place Can't Show;What Good Would It Do; If I Could Go Back; Bad Little Girl Black; I'm Still Cryin' Over You;Mail Order Mama; Don't Hand Me That Line; I'll Remember You Love In My Prayer; No Alibis; You'll Never Change; Don't Look Down On Me; Too Many Sweethearts; Gravy Train; Devil In Disguise – 09

Coast (1945, 1946, 1947)
2011 Oklahoma Hills / Careless Darlin' – 10-45 (rev. Oct. 20)
257 Don't Hand Me That Line / I'll Remember You Love In My Prayer – 47
258 I'm Still Cryin' Over You /Mail Order Mama - 47
269 Gravy Train / Devil In Disguise – 48
Black & White (1946)
10004 Forever Is A Long Long / Sitting Alone On My Doorstep – 46
10005 No Kisses For You / Down The Trail To Home – 46
10006 Can't Win Can't Place Can't Show / What Good Would It Do – 46
10007 If I Could Go Back / Bad Little Girl – 46
Deluxe (1947)
5054 No Alibis / Don’t Look Down On Me - 48
5062 You’ll Never Change / Too Many Sweethearts – 49

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