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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Garland Frady

Garland Thomas Frady, *1941, +26-05-2004
2nd version
By Mario Manciotti, Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank, Kent Heineman

1966 unknown – Garland Frady (Producer: Paul Wyatt)
001 566-7 BALLAD OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER Filmways  102/BCD 16070
002 566-8 RIGHT BEFORE YOU LEAVE Filmways FW 102
BEAR FAMILY BCD-16070 ...NEXT STOP IS VIETNAM: THE WAR ON RECORD 1961-2008 (14CD, GER, 2010, August 10)
ca December 1966 poss. Hollywood, CA – Garland Frady
003 MB-22014  AND SO DO I  Dot 45-17003
004 MB-22015  FOOLISHLY Dot 45-17003
1971 unknown – Garland Frady
005 WHEN MAMA COMES TO TOWN Beverly Hills 9363
006 BOTTLE OF WINE Beverly Hills 9363
1971 poss. Hollywood, CA – Garland Frady
007 FORTH WORTH,  I LOVE YOU Paula 1242 Broncho BRON-BJ-711
008 MR. BOJANGLES Paula 1242 Broncho BRON-BJ-711
18-22 January 1973 The Countryside Ranch, Spulveda, CA – Garland Frady (Garland Frady [vcl], Robert  K. Warford [ld gt], Linda Hargrove [rh gt], J.G.O. Rarrerty [steel],  Bill Graham [bass], Danny Lane [drums], Byron berline [fiddle], David Barry [piano]. Producer: Michael Nesmith)
009 A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE A GOOD SONG Countryside CS-45101/CS-101                
010 BRAND NEW TENNESSEE WALTZ Countryside CS-101                    
18-22 January 1973 The Countryside Ranch, Spulveda, CA – Garland Frady (Garland Frady [vcl], Jay Lacy [ld g], Robert  K. Warford/Linda Hargrove [rh gt], Byron Berline [mandolin/fiddle], J.G.O.Rarrerty/J.D.Maness/Red Rhodes [steel], Marvin Cave [bass], Danny Lane [drums], David Barry [piano]. Producer: Michael Nesmith)
011 SILVER MOON Countryside CS-45104/CS-101 
012 ORANGE SILK BLOUSE Countryside CS-101 
013 I STILL MISS SOMEONE Countryside CS-101
014 YOU BE YOU Countryside CS-45101/CS-101 
015 I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Countryside CS-101
016 DRIVIN' DOWN THAT LONESOME ROAD Countryside CS-101              
017 TEACH YOUR CHILDREN Countryside CS-101 
018 BAR-ROOMS HAVE FOUND YOU Countryside CS-45104/CS-101
Probably from sessions above
019 SITTIN’BY THE HIGHWAY  Barroom Music
1975 unknown – Garland Frady
020 I THINK OF HER GNP Crescendo 500
February 1976 unknown – Garland Frady (Producer: Wilder Bros.)
022 J.C. IS HERE GNP Crescendo 806
023 N-4312 ROOM FULL OF MIRRORS  GNP Crescendo 806
ca 1980 unknown – Garland Frady
024 1 IN NASHVILLE Aljo  #1/#2
025 2 ME MY BRO. LEE & (MY SISTER PAT)  Aljo  #1/#2
1987 unknown – Garland Frady
Garland Frady recorded after 1987, some info in albums list

Countryside CS-101 Pure Country:
A Good Love Is Like A Good Song; Silver Moon; Orange Silk Blouse; I Still Miss Someone; Brand New Tennessee Waltz; You Be You; I Can See Clearly Now; Drivin' Down That Lonesome Road; Teach Your Children; The Barrooms Have Found You – 73 (CD reissue on Barrom Music with bonus track Sittin’ By The Highway)
International Music Express/Garlan Frady Enterprises ? Memories And Dreams: Me My Brother Lee;  Would We Feel The Same;  The Pick Up. Memories And Dreams; Toast Another Memory; I'll Be Your Memory; Monday Morning Monroe Blues; Cheater’s Walk Of Fame; Where Does Love Go; Nothing Lasts Forever;  Movin' On Down To Tennessee - ca 91
Barrom Music Pub. no #  Let Me Go Back: Let Me Go Back; The Picture; 90 Proof; The One You Love; Today Our Last Day Begins; Tell Me Dad; Blue Love Feeling; True Love; Love Ain't Love; The Dream
Barroom Music ? The Cherokee Rose: (tracks unknown) -  (note by Mario Manciotti: not sure about the existence of this album. Too scarce info)


Filmways (1966)      
FW-102 Ballad Of The Unknown Soldier / Right Before You leave - 66
Dot (1967)  
45-17003 Foolishly / And So Do I - 04-67
Paula (1971) 
1242 Forth Worth, I Love You / Mister Bojangles - 71
Beverly Hills (1971)
9363 When Mama Comes To Town / Bottle Of Wine - 71
Countryside (1973)
CS-45101 Good Love Is Like A Good Song / You Be You - 73
CS-45104  The Barrooms Have Found You / Silver Moon - 73
GNP Crescendo (1975)     
GNP-500 I Think Of Her / The Way the World Is Going Now (You Need Country Music) - 75
GNP-806 J.C. Is Here / Room Full Of Mirrors - 76
Aljo  (around 1980)
#1/#2  In Nashville / Me My Bro. Lee & (My Sister Pat)
ACE-HI (1987) 
AR-0156  Jump Out On The Road / Jump Out On The Road – 87

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