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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Jackie Phelps

Claude Jackson Phelps, Jr. *25-10-1925, +22-04-1990

By Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti

ca. November 1963 Starday Sound Studio, 3557 Dickerson Road, Nashville, TN - Jackie Phelps  (Jackie Phelps [gt], Jerry Shook [gt], Joe Zinkan [bass], Harold Weekley [drums], Jimmie Riddle [harmonica]. Producer: Tommy Hill)
001 OLD HICKORY  Starday SLP-265 
002 FUNCTION AT THE JUNCTION  Starday SEP 225/SLP-265                    
003 GUITAR CANNONBALL  Starday SLP-265  NLP-2091
004 COTTONFIELD BLUES  Starday SLP-265 NLP-2091
005 Y'ALL COME  Starday SLP-265  NLP-2091
006 KENTUCKY RAG  Starday SEP 225/SLP-265 
007 MILK COW BLUES  Starday SLP-265 NLP-2091
008 SUGARFOOT GUITAR  Starday SLP-265 NLP-2091
009 TENNESSEE TRAVELER  Starday SEP 225/SLP-265 
010 HAM AND BISCUITS  Starday SEP 225/SLP-265 
012 DIXIE JUBILEE  Starday SLP-265 
013 CATFISH AND HUSHPUPPIES Starday SEP 225/SLP-265                     
014 ALABAM  Starday SEP 225/SLP-265 
1983 Nashville, TN – Jackie Phelps
015 GUITAR RAG Edna E.P. 101
017 SUFARFOOT RAG Edna E.P. 101
018 LAST DATE Edna E.P. 101

Starday SLP-265 Ten Talented Fingers Of Guitar Star Jackie Phelps:
  Old Hickory; Function At The Junction; Guitar Cannonball; Cottonfield Blues; Y'all Come; Kentucky Rag; Milk Cow Blues; Sugarfoot Guitar; Tennessee Traveler;  Ham And Biscuits; Tennessee Strings; Dixie Jubilee;  Catfish And Hushpuppies;  Alabam - 64      
Nashville NLP-2091 Nashville Guitars Faturing Joe Maphis and Jackie Phelps: [Joe Maphis:] A Little Bit Of Travis; Bonaparte’s Retreat; Wildwood Flower; Fire On The Strings; Hot Rod Guitar; [Jackie Phelps:] Guitar Cannonball; Sugarfoot Guitar; Milkcow Blues; Cotonfield Blues; Y‘ All Come – 10-70 Joe Maphis, Jackie Phelps
Gusto GT 0556-2 Stars Of Hee Haw And The Grand Ole Opry: Function At The Junction [1]; Huntin' Blues [2]; Sweet Temptation [1];  Mockingbird [2];  Instrumental Medley [1]; Fox Chase [2];  Sitting On Top Of The World [1];  Maple On The Hill [2];  Guitar Rag [1]; Under The Double Eagle [2]; 9 Pound Hammer [1];  Jessie Polka [2] – 08-02-05 Jackie Phelps [1], Jimmie Riddle [2] (live)

SEP 225 Catfish And Hish Puppies; Tnnessee Traveler; Ham And Biscuits / Function At The Junction; Kentucky Rag; Alabam – 64?         
Edna (1983)
E.P. 101 Both Sides Of Jackie Phelps: Guitar Rag; Sittin‘ On Top Of The World; Sugarfoot Rag / Last Date; Nine Pond Hammer - 83

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