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Monday, February 20, 2012

Jack Newman

By Praguefrank
SESSIONS
ca. November 1955 poss. Gold Star Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX - Jack Newman
001 ST-2368 AT LAST Starday  45-261
002 ST-2369 FULL OF LOVE  45-222
003 ST-2370 AFRAID TO CALL  45-222 
004 ST-2371 LET IT HAPPEN  45-261
Fall 1958 poss. Houston, TX - Jack Newman
005 AFTER NIGHT FALLS TNT-160
006 SIRENS IN THE DISTANCE TNT-160
1959 poss. Houston, TX - Jack Newman
007 HOUSE OF BLUE LOVERS TNT-170
008 I DIDIN’T THINK THIS COULD HAPPEN TO ME TNT-170
Early 1960 poss. Houston, TX - Jack Newman
009 I JUST CAN’T STAND THESE BLUES TNT-178
010 I COULD BE THE ONE TNT-178
011 CANDY TOWN TNT-179
012 BRONCO BUSTER TNT-179
Ca late 1960 poss. Houston, TX - Jack Newman
013 MAKE ROOM FOR ONE MORE TNT-183
014 OUT IN THE WORLD ALONE TNT-183
1961 unknown, TX - Jack Newman
015 ONE LITTLE ROOM D 1201
016 BLUE ME  D 1201
017 THE SUN TURNED BLUE 1230 
018 MAKE ME A MEMBER 1230 
Late 1961 poss. Houston, TX - Jack Newman
019 I’M BEGINNING AGAIN Renner RR 218
020 WALK THROUGH THE TEARS RR 218
1963 unknown, TX - Jack Newman
021 EVERYBODY 230
022 THESE ARMS 230
1963 unknown, TX - Jack Newman
023 DADDY'S BABY D 1251 
024 SHIP FOR LONELY MEN  D 1251 


SINGLES
Starday (1955)
45-222 Afraid To Call / Full Of Love – 02-56 (rev. Feb. 16)
45-261 At Last / Let It Happen – 09-56
TNT  (1959-61)
TNT-160 After Night Falls / Sirens In The Distance – 12-58 (re. Dec. 22)
TNT-170 House Of Blue Lovers / I Didin’t Think This Could Happen To Me –  07-59 (rev. Feb. 20)
TNT-178 I Just Can’t Stand These Blues / I Could Be The One – 03-60
TNT-179 Candy Town / Bronco Buster – 05-60 (rev. May 30)
TNT-183 Make Room For One More / Out In The World Alone – Ca 03-61
Renner (1961-63)
RR-218 I’m Beginning Again / Walk Through The Tears – 01-62 (rev. Jan. 20)
RR-230 Everybody / These Arms - 63
D (1963)
1251  Daddy's Baby / Ship For Lonely Men  - 63




 

2 comments:

  1. Nice to see the list. I'll check to see if you got them all. We've been on the road and not sure where I keep the complete list. I can tell you there's four songs he did in the mid-80s. Keep Your Eyes Upon The Savior, Dear God You Thought of Everything, You Won't Have To You'll Want To Obey and Jesus Found Me. Published as Forever Green Publishing.

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  2. Keep Your Eyes Upon The Savior and Jesus Found Me are tremendous. Jack used to say they were standards. ~ Greg Newman

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