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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Joe Melson

*May 1935 Bonham, TX
2nd version
by Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli

24 March 1960 poss. RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Joe Melson (Joe Melson [vcl], Hank Garland [ld gt], Ray Edenton [rh gt], Grady Martin [gt], Lightnin Chance [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Floyd Cramer [piano]. Producer: Wesley Rose)
001 F-256 BARBARA Hickory 45-1128/Bear Family BFX-15027
002 F-257 SHOOK UP 45-1128/Bear Family BFX-15027
003 F-258 OH YEAH 45-1121/Magnum Force CDMF034 Bear Family BFX-15027
004 F-259 WHAT‘S THE USE (I STILL LOVE YOU) 45-1121/Magnum Force CDMF034 Bear Family BFX-15027
5 January 1961 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Joe Melson (Joe Melson [vcl], Hank Garland [ld gt], Ray Edenton [rh gt], Harold Bradley [gt], Bob Moore [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Floyd Cramer [piano])
005 F-304 HEY MISTER CUPID 45-1143/BFX 15027
006 F-305 NO ONE REALLY CARES 45-1143/BFX-15027
29 August 1961 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Joe Melson (Joe Melson [vcl], Grady Martin [gt], Harold Bradley [gt], Bob Moore [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Floyd Cramer [piano], Charlie McCoy [harmonica], Boots Randolph [sax]. Producer: Wesley Rose)
007 F-330 LOVE IS A DANGEROUS THING 45-1175/Bear Family BFX-15027
008 F-331 TAKE IT LIKE A MAN 45-1155/Bear Family BFX-15027
009 F-332 WAKE UP, LITTLE SUSIE 45-1155/Bear Family BFX-15027
010 F-333 DANCE 45-1175/Bear Family BFX-15027
6 December 1962 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Joe Melson (Joe Melson [vcl], Fred Carter Jr. [gt], Ray Edenton[gt], Harold Bradley [gt],  Bob Moore [bass], James Isbell [drums], Floyd Cramer [piano]. Producer: Wesley Rose)
011 F-472 STAY AWAY FROM HER 45-1229/BFX-15027
013 F-474 RAINING IN MY HEART 45-1200/BFX-15027
014 F-475 HIS GIRL 45-1229/BFX-15027
ca. March 1964 Nashville, TN - Joe Melson (Producer: Billy Empson)
015 SO-2091 HEARTBREAK EMP 10-002
016 SO-2092 THIS HURT INSIDE ME EMP 10-002
1965 Nashville, TN - Joe Melson
017 45-2093 TRUE LOVE NEVER DIES EMP 10-003
018 45-2094 A DREAM OF YOU EMP 10-003
1971 unknown – Joe Melson (Producer: John L. Sullivan)
020 SR1977B OUR LOVE WON'T COME AND GO  Shue SR-1977

Bear Family [GER] BFX-15027 Barbara: Barbara; Shook Up; Oh Yeah; Love Is A Dangerous Thing; What's The Use; Any Other Thing Can Start The Flame Of Love; Raining In My Heart; Stay Away From Her; Dance; Wake Up Little Susie; Hey Mr. Cupid; His Girl; No One Really Cares; Take It Like A Man - 79 (reissued on JM records in 2006 as Hickory Records Collection)

Hickory (1960-63)
45-1121 Oh Yeah / What's The Use (I Still Love You) - 05-60
45-1128 Shook Up / Barbara - 09-60
45-1143 No One Really Cares / Hey Mister Cupid - 03-61
45-1155 Wake Up, Little Susie / Take It Like A Man - 10-61
45-1175 Dance / Love Is A Dangerous Thing - 06-62
45-1200 Any Other Thing Can Start The Flame Of Love / Raining In My Heart - 02-63
45-1229 His Girl / Stay Away From Her - 10-63
EMP (1964)
10-002 Heartbreak / This Hurt Inside Me – 15-04-64
10-003 True Love Never Dies / A Dream Of You – 07-65
Shue (1971)
SR-1977 Sweet Vibrations / Our Love Won't Come And Go  - 71

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