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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Dykes Magic City Trio

by Thieu Van De Vorst, Praguefrank, Henk Peters

9 March 1927 New York City – Dykes Magic City Trio (Johnny Dykes [vcl-1/fiddle], Myrtle Vermillion [vcl-2/autoharp ], Hub Mahalley [vcl/gt])
001 E21803/4* FRANKIE Vocalion 5143 Brunswick 127/BACM CD D 280
002 E21805/6* POOR ELLEN SMITH Vocalion 5143 Brunswick 127/ BACM CD D 280
003 E21807/8* COTTON EYED JOE Brunswick 120/ BACM CD D 280
004 E21809/0* TWILIGHT IS STEALING -1-2 Brunswick 130. BACM CD D 280
* = master
10 March 1927 New York City – Dykes Magic City Trio (Johnny Dykes [fiddle], Myrtle Vermillion [autoharp ], Hub Mahalley [vcl-1/calls-2/gt])
005 E21831/2* TENNESSEE GIRLS -2 Brunswick 120/ BACM CD D 280
006 E21833/4* HUCKLEBERRY BLUES -2 Brunswick 129/ BACM CD D 280 JSP7740
007 E21835/6* FREE LITTLE BIRD -1 Brunswick 129/ BACM CD D 280
008 E21837*/8 SHORTNIN BREAD -1-2 Brunswick 125/ BACM CD D 280
009 E21839/0* IDA RED -1 Brunswick 125/ BACM CD D 280
010 E21841*/2 CALLAHAN‘S REEL -2 Vocalion 5181 Brunswick (CAN) 126/ BACM CD D 280
011 E21843/4* RED STEER -2 Vocalion 5181 Brunswick (CAN) 126/ BACM CD D 280
11 March 1927 New York City – Dykes Magic City Trio (Johnny Dykes [vcl-1/fiddle], Myrtle Vermillion [vcl-2/autoharp ], Hub Mahalley [vcl/gt])
012 E21845*/7 GOLDEN SLIPPERS Brunswick 128/ BACM CD D 280
013 E21848*/9 HOOK AND LINE Brunswick 128/ BACM CD D 280
014 E21850/1*/2 FAR BEYOND THE BLUE SKY -1-2 Brunswick 130/ BACM CD D 280

BACM [UK] CD D 280 Dykes' Magic City Trio/Robinette & Moore Complete Recordings: [The Dykes'magic City Trio:] Frankie; Poor Ellen Smith; Cotton Eyed Joe;Twilight Is Stealing; Tennessee Girls; Huckleberry Blues; Free Little Bird; Shortening Bread; Ida Red; Calllahan's Reel; Red Steer; Golden Slippers; Hook And Line; Far Beyond The Blue Sky; [Melvin Robinette/Byrd Moore:] Birmingham Jail; Goodbye Sweetheart; When The Snowflakes Fall Again; Mama Don't Allow No Low Down Hangin' Around; Flop Eared Mule; Favorite Two Step;That Old Tiger Rag; Last Days In Georgia - 09

Brunswick /*Vocalion (1927)
120 Cotton Eyed Joe / Tennessee Girls - 27
125 Shortening Bread / Ida Red - 27
*5181 Calllahan's Reel / Red Steer – 27 (also in Canada on Brunswick 126)
127 Frankie / Poor Ellen Smith - 27 (also on Brunswick 5143)
128 Golden Slippers / Hook And Line - 27
129 Huckleberry Blues / Free Little Bird - 27
130 Twilight Is Stealing / Far Beyond The Blue Sky - 27

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