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Monday, February 13, 2012

Ken Carson


*14-11-1914, +1994
by Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti, Michel Ruppli
SESSIONS (fragments only) also member of Sons Of The Pioneers, Ranch Boys
ca March 1946 poss. Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson (Henry Russell Orchestra)
001 6090-2 IT SEEMS LIKE AGES Cosmo 480
002 6091-1 OUT CALIFORNIA WAY Cosmo 479
003 6092-3 PIN MARIN Cosmo 480
004 6093 AS TIME GOES BY Cosmo 479
31 December 1947 [no 935, 21:00?-24:00]  Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson  (Ken Carson [vcl], Pinto Colvig & Orchestra cond. by Billy May.Script adaptation by Alan Livingston)
005 3182-3 NURSERY RHYMES, pt 1: Lazy Mary Will You Get Up/Good Morning Merry Sunshine/ Merrily We Roll Along/ Little Robin Redbreast/ Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush/ Rain,Rain Go Away/ Diddle Diddle Dumpling 7-25007 32076 F30025 DBS 90 CBSF 3005 CAS 3128/H 3069
006 3183-3 NURSERY RHYMES, pt 2:  Mary Had A Little Lamb/John Brown Had A Little Indian/Billy Boy/Polly Put The Kettle On/Farmer In The Dell 7-25007 32076 F30025 DBS 90 CBSF 3005 CAS 3128/H 3069
007 31084-1 NURSERY RHYMES, pt 3: Hickory Dickory Dock/  Three Blind Mice/ Three Little Kittens/ Little Bo Peep/ Pop Goes The Weasel/ Ride A Cock Horse  7-25007 32077 F30026 DBS 90 CBSF 3005 CAS 3129/H 3069
008 3185-3 NURSERY RHYMES  7-25007 32077 F30026 DBS 90 CBSF 3005 CAS 3129/H 3069
December 1948 CBS Studio, Vine Street Theatre, 1615 N.Vine St., Hollywood, CA - Ken Carson (Ray Noble Orchestra)
009 HCO 3505 UNDERNEATH THE LINDEN TREE 38409/1-132
010 HCO 3506 THE STREETS OF LAREDO 38409/1-132
011 HCO 3507 JUST REMINISCING 38404 1-125
24 July 1950 [no 1848, 20:00-23:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA - Ken Carson with music by Billy May (Orchestra: Alvino Rey [gt], Phil Stephens[bass], Ralph Hansell [drums], Kathryn Thompson [harp], ) & strings: Ivan Eppinoff,Lou Raderman,Mischa Russell [violin],  Paul Robyn [viola], Cy Bernard [cello], Edwin "Buddy" Cole [piano],  Uan Rasey [trumpet], Ed Kusby,James Priddy [trombone], John Graas [French horn], Jules Kinsler,George Smith,Gordon Green,Arthur Fleming [woodwinds], Billy May [arr.cond.]). [overdub session: 22 August 1950 [no 4848-C] Los Angeles, CA:  Ken Carson,Pinto Colvig [vcl]]
012 6445-5 GABBY THE GOBBLER           F32027 F1260 CAS/CASF-3082
013 6446-9 THE LITTLE RED HEN F32027 F1260 CAS/CASF-3082
1951 poss. Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson
014 WONDROUS WORLD OF THE LORD  Bubletone 770
015 unknown title Bubletone 770
016 THE LORD'S BEEN GOOD TO ME 773
017 THERE'S A TIME TO REAP AND A TIME TO SOW  773
1955 poss. Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson
018 DANIEL BOONE (THE DADDY OF THE THEM ALL) M-1011
019 MAY HEAVEN FORGIVE YOU M-1011
1955 poss. Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson (Bert Pederson Orchestra)
020 M-1015-A HAWKEYE Media M 1015
021 M-1015-B I’VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD Media M-1015
1955 poss. Hollywood, CA – Ken Carson
022 ORCHIDS IN THE MOONLIGHT M-1018
023 DEAR ANGELS ABOVE M-1018
Ken Carson recorded after 1955, some info (probably incomplete)  in singles and albums list


ALBUMS
Capitol H-3069 Nursery Rhymes: Lazy Mary Will You Get Up; Good Morning Merry Sunshine; Merrily We Roll Along; Little Robin Redbreast; Here We Go ’Round The Mulberry Bush (Early In The Morning); Rain Rain Go Away; Diddle Diddle Dumpling; Hickory Dickory Dock; Three Blind Mice; Three Little Kittens; Little Bo Peep; Pop Goes The Weasel; Ride A Cock Horse; Hey Diddle Diddle; Twinkle Twinkle Little Star; Sing A Song Of Sixpence; Yankee Doodle; Mary Had A Little Lamb; John Brown Had A Little Indian; Billy Boy; Polly Put The Kettle On; Farmer In The Dell – 5- (10“ LP)
Longines Symphonette Recording Society LWS 143/148  Treasury Of The Golden West: Tumblin' Tumbleweeds; Blue Tail Fly; Cielito Lindo; Streets Of Laredo; He's Got The Whole World In His Hands; Tom Dooley; Cool Water; Rovin' Gambler; Billy Boy; This Land Is Your Land; Medley: Cheyenne ; Pony Boy ; Nellie Bly; Crawdad Song; Cowboy's Camp Meeting; A Man Without A Woman; Beautiful, Beckoning Hands; Roundup In The Sky; A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight; Red River Valley; On Top Of Old Smokey; A Roomful Of Roses; Wait For The Wagon; Twilight On The Trail; Redwing; Pick A Bale Of Cotton; The Little Brown Church In The Wildwood; San Antonio Rose; Down In The Valley; I've Been Working On The Railroad; I Wish I Was A Little Thugar Bun; Old Time Religion; What's More Fun Than A Picnic Party; Adios Muchachos; Pearly Gates; Only A Bird In A Gilded Cage; Empty Saddles; Ghost Riders In The Sky; Casey Jones; Frankie And Johnny; Little Liza Jane; Swing Low, Sweet Chariot; Sweet Betsy From Pike; I'm Movin' On; When The Saints Go Marching In; Seeing Nellie Home; Golden Bells; She'll Be Comin Round The Mountain When She Comes; Home On The Range; Cowboy's Dance; Careless Love; Full Moon Over Texas; Good Old Mountain Dew; Cowboy's Dream; St. James Infirmary; John Henry; Old Chisolm Trail; Michael, Row The Boat Ashore; Aura Lee; The Yellow Rose Of Texas; Down By The Riverside; Skip To My Lou; Whispering Hope – 6- (6 LP) w. The Choraliers
Longines Symphonette Recording Society LWS 149 Campfire Songs:  Nancy Till; Clementine; Oh! Susanna; Spanish Cavalier; Whoopee Ti Yi Yo; Good Bye Old Paint; Shenandoah; Spanish is a Loving Tongue; Riding Old Paint; Foggy; Foggy Dew; Columbus Stockade Blues; Look Down That Lonesome Road - 6-

SINGLES
Cosmo (1946)
479 As Time Goes By / Out California Way – 46
480 It Seems Like Ages / Pin Marin - 46
Columbia
38404/1-125 [Ray Noble:] Down By The Station / [Ken Carson:]  Just Reminiscing (Still In Love With you) - 49
38409/1-132 The Streets Of Laredo / Underneath The Linden Tree - 49
Capitol
25007/25008 [DBS 90] Nursery Rhymes: Lazy Mary Will You Get Up; Good Morning Merry Sunshine; Merrily We Roll Along; Little Robin Redbreast; Here We Go ’Round The Mulberry Bush (Early In The Morning); Rain Rain Go Away; Diddle Diddle Dumpling; Hickory Dickory Dock; Three Blind Mice; Three Little Kittens; Little Bo Peep; Pop Goes The Weasel; Ride A Cock Horse; Hey Diddle Diddle; Twinkle Twinkle Little Star; Sing A Song Of Sixpence; Yankee Doodle; Mary Had A Little Lamb; John Brown Had A Little Indian; Billy Boy; Polly Put The Kettle On; Farmer In The Dell.  - 09-48  (2 78 RPM album, also as CAS 3128/29 and CBSF 3005)
CAS 3082 Gabby the Gobbler / The Little Red Hen – 11-50
Bibletone (1951s)
770 Wondrous Word Of The Lord / ? - 51
773 The Lord's Been Good To Me / There's A Time To Reap And A Time To Sow – 51
Media (1955)
M-1011 Daniel Boone (The Daddy Of The Them All) / May Heaven Forgive You – 06-55
M-1015 Hawkeye / I‘ve Been Working On The Railroad – 09-55
M-1018 Orchids In The Moonlight / Dear Angels Above – 55
Davis (1958)
461-45 If You Need Me /  Gypsy Tell My Fortune – 58 (w. Jim Tyler Orchestra)
Luke (1973)
PL 1Q0 [Ken Carson:] Ballad Of Luke 1 / [Ed Labunski:] Ballad Of Luke 2 – 73 (33 RPM single)

1 comment:

  1. Oh, Ken Carson! This is fantastic. I'm Ken Carson's biographer. :D I'll email you about this right away! How neat that someone else has a discography for him.

    Maddy
    http://kencarsontribute.wordpress.com/

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
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Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
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Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
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