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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Red Murrell (Dick Grant)


RED MURRELL
SESSION DISCOGRAPHY

“RED” MURRELL and THE RHYTHM BOYS
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1944          
Joyce Wayne “Red” Murrell (vcl/rhy gtr); Quilla Hugh “Porky” Freeman (ld gtr); Alan “Al” Barker (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

W 371                 WHAT THE SERGEANT SAID                                                           Morris-Lee A115
                          (Jackie Camm)
W 372                 PORKY’S BOOGIE WOOGIE                                   (Inst)                                     A116, Krazy Kat KKCD-15
                          (Porky Freeman)

NB: MORRIS-LEE A11/A116 released 1944.

Session #72
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans
                          C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 South Western Avenue                         Hollywood, Ca:                                     Monday 16th October 1944
Leon “Jack” Guthrie (vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (ld gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Everett Ishmael “Billy” Hughes (fdl); Clifford Gilpin “Cliffie Stone” Snyder (stg bs), Unk (dms).  Producer: Lee Gillette

424/39291           OKLAHOMA HILLS                                                                          Capitol 201, Capitol Americana 48016
                          (Jack Guthrie)                                                                                 Capitol Americana AD-76, Capitol 15266, Capitol 2128
                                                                                                                               Capitol F2128, Capitol 6085, Capitol T-2456
                                                                                                                               Capitol ST-2456, Oakie OK 001A
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BCD-15580
425/37298           I’M A BRANDIN’ MY DARLIN’ (WITH MY HEART)     Capitol 201, Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          (Jack Kenney-Lewis Bellin) (Capitol Songs Inc. BMI)   Bear Family BCD-15580
426/37299           CARELESS DARLIN’                                              Capitol (Uniss), Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15580

NB(1): CAPITOL 201 released Monday 21st May 1945.
NB(2): CAPITOL 201 reviewed Billboard Saturday 9th June 1945.
NB(3: “OKLAHOMA HILLS” entered Billboard C& W Chart Saturday 7th July 1945 peaking #1, chart 19 weeks.
NB(4): “I’M A BRANDIN’ MY DARLIN’ WITH MY HEART” entered Billboard C&W Chart Saturday 21st July 1946 peaking #5, chart 2 weeks.
NB(5): CAPITOL AMERICANA 48016 released
NB(6): CAPITOL AMERICANA AD-76 “OKLAHOMA HILLS, JACK GUTHRIE MEMORIAL ALBUM” released 22nd March 1948.
NB(7): CAPITOL 15266 released Monday 18th October 1948.
NB(8): CAPITOL 15266 released Monday 25th October 1948.
NB(9): CAPITOL 2128/F2128 released Monday 23rd June 1952.
NB(10): DRUMS overdubbed Tuesday 5th March 1962.
NB(11): CAPITOL 6085 released ca. November 1967.
NB(12): CAPITOL T/ST-2456 released “JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS GREATEST SONGS” released 1966.
NB(13): OAKIE OK 001A is a REPRO of CAPITOL 6085.
NB(14): BEAR FAMILY BCD-15580 “JACK GUTHRIE: OKLAHOMA HILLS” released Germany November 1991. 

Session #78
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans -1
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS
                          C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 South Western Avenue                         Hollywood, Ca:                                Wednesday 25th October 1944          
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (ld gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl): Cliffie Stone (stg bs); Unk (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

445                     I’M BUILDIN’ A STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN                  -1                       Capitol Americana 40012, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          (Jack Kenney) (Capitol Songs Inc. BMI)
446                     WELCOME HOME STRANGER (STRANGER,
                          WELCOME HOME)                                                 -1                       Capitol Americana 40222,                     BCD-15580
                          (Jack Kenney) (Caoitol Songs Inc. BMI)
447/37300           WHEN THE CACTUS IS IN BLOOM                         -2                       Capitol 246, Capitol Americana 48016
                          ()                                                                                                   Capitol Americana AD-76, Capitol T-2456
                                                                                                                               Capitol ST-2456, Bear Family BCD-15580
448/37295           ANSWER TO MOONLIGHTS AND SKIES                  -1                       Capitol 15251, Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15580
449/37292           DALLAS DARLIN’                                                   -1                       Capitol (Uniss), Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15580

NB(1): CAPITOL 246 released Monday 25th  February 1946.
NB(2): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40012 released Monday 30th June 1947.
NB(3): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40012 reviewed Billboard Saturday 12th July 1947.
NB(4): CAPITOL 15251 released Monday 11th October 1948.
NB(5): CAPITOL 15251 reviewed Billboard Saturday 30th October 1948.
NB(6): CAPITOL 57-40222 released Monday 15th August 1949.
NB(7): DRUMS overdubbed Tuesday 5th March 1962.  

RED MURRELL and ORCHESTRA
                          C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 South Western Avenue                         Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1945
(vcl-1/rhy gtr); Merle Robert Travis (vcl-2/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Shelby David “Tex” Atchison (vcl-3/fdl); Unk (pno-4/org-5); Unk (stg bs); Trio (vcl-6).                                                  Producer:

AT125                 TEXAS HOME                  -1-2-3-6                           Atlas RM 108
                          (Tex Atchison-Merle Travis)
AT126                 Unkown Title                                                                                   Atlas (Uniss)
                          ()
AT127                 MOLLY DARLIN’                                                    Atlas RM 108
                          ()

NB: ATLAS RM 108 released Monday 23rd July 1945.

RED MURRELL and ORCHESTRA-1
MERLE TRAVIS and ORCHESTRA-2
                          C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 South Western Avenue                         Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1945
Red (vcl-3/rhy gtr); Merle Travis (vcl-4/gtr); Unk (stl gtr); Unk (fdl); Unk (accdn); Unk (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

AT135                 THAT’S ALL                                                           -2-4                    Atlas RM 113, Atlas 138
                          ()
AT136                 DON’T BLAME ME                                                 -1-3                    Atlas MT 114, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Dawson-Murrell-Hensley)
AT137                 SIOUX CITY SUE                                                   -1-3                              MT 114,               JASMCD-3544
                          (Freedman-Thomas)
AT138                 HIDE YOUR FACE                                                 -2-4                    Atlas RM 113, Castle LP-8113, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Cooley-Cargill)   
                         
NB(1): ATLAS RM 113 released Monday 30th July 1945.
NB(2): ATLAS MT 114 released Monday 30th July 1945.
NB(3): ATLAS 138 released Monday 6th October 1947.
NB(4):CASTLE LP-8113 “RED MURRELL-HARD COUNTRY& SWINGIN’ WESTERN MUSIC” released Germany 1981.
NB(5): JASMINE JASMCD-3544 “SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD” released United Kingdom 4th January 2004.

Session #236
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans-1
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS-2
                         Radio Recorders , 7000 Santa Monica Blvd           Hollywood, Ca:  Tuesday 29th January 1946
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

896                     IN THE SHADOWS OF MY HEART                          -1                       Capitol 15251, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          ()
897                     I LOVED YOU ONCE BUT I CAN’T TRUST YOU
                          NOW                                                                    -2                       Capitol 246,                          BCD-15580
                          ()
898                     PLEASE, OH PLEASE       -1                                   Capitol Americana 40032,   BCD-15580
                          ()
899                     OKLAHOMA’S CALLING    -1                                                                  40032, Capitol Americana 48018
                          ()                                                                                                   Capitol Americana AD-76, Bear Family BCD-15580

NB(1): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40032 released Monday 8th September 1947.
NB(2): CAPITOL AMERICANA 48018 released



Session #T-114
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS
                          Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Tuesday 29th January 1946                                                           
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

ET-657-1 MY ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS                                        Capitol Transcription G-32, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-657-2             PEACH PICKING TIME DOWN IN GEORGIA            Capitol Transcription G-32, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-657-3 GET ALONG OLD PAINT               Capitol Transciption (Uniss),                    BCD-16400                                                         
                          0
ET-658-1 I’LL ALWAYS BE A COUNTRY BOY                                                               Capitol Transcription G-32,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-658-2 MULESKINNER BLUES                 Capitol Transciption (Uniss),                    BCD-16400                                                                                       
                          ()
ET-658-3 ANY OLD TIME                            Capitol Transcription G-32,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-658-4 BLUE YODEL #3                                                              G-32,                     BCD-16400
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL TRANSCIPTION G-32 issued 1946.
NB(2): BEAR FAMILY BCD-16400 “MILK COW BLUES” released Germany 2001.

Session #T-117
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS
                          Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Wednesday 6th February 1946                                                      
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliff Stone (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

ET-676-1 YOU AND MY OLD GUITAR                                                Capitol Transcription G-30, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-677-1 IF IT’S WRONG TO LOVE YOU                                            Capitol Transcription G-29,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-677-2 PINS AND NEEDLES (IN MY HEART)                                                                                               G-29, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-677-3 COLORADO BLUES                                                           Capitol Transcription G-31, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-678-1 HOME IN SAN ANTONE                                                   G-31,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-678-2 WAITIN’ FOR A TRAIN                  Capitol Transcription G-30,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-678-3 CARELESS DARLIN’                     Capitol Transcription G-29, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-679-1 LOW AND LONELY                                                            Capitol Transcription G-30,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-679-2 Unknown Title                              Capitol Transcription (Uniss)
                          ()
ET-679-3 NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS                                               Capitol Transcription G-29, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-680-1 Unknown Title                              Capitol Transcription (Uniss)                                                                                                                                        ()
ET-680-2 WHEN THE WORLD HAS TURNED YOU DOWN                   Capitol Transcription G-29, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-680-3 FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES               Capitol Transcription G-31,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-681-1 I’M THINKING TONIGHT OF MY BLUES EYES                      Capitol Transcription G-30,                      BCD-16412
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-29 issued 1946.
NB(2): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-30 issued 1946.
NB(3): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-31 issued 1946.
 




BILLY HUGHES and His Pals of the Pecos-1
JOHNNY TYLERS’ RIDERS OF THE RIO GRANDE-2
VIC BIAS’ PANHANDLE PLAYBOYS-3
BILLY HUGHES’ PALS OF THE PECOS-4
                          Associated Studio, 305 South Fairoaks Avenue     Pasadena, Ca:    Early 1946
Billy Hughes (vcl-5/fdl); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Lehmon M. “Johnny” Tyler (vcl-6/gtr); George Chumura (ld gtr); Richard A. “Dick” Hamilton (ld gtr); Carl Victor “Vic” Bias (stg bs).                                 Producer:

1110-8-4/             I’M TELLIN’ YOU              -1-5                                Fargo 1111A, 4 Star 1282, 4 Star ET-19
1937                   ()                                                                                                   Hillbilly Researcher HBRCD-030
1110-9-3              IT’S TOO LATE TO CHANGE YOUR MIND-1-5           Fargo 1111B, 4 Star 1282, 4 Star ET-19
1938                   (Billy Hughes)                                                                                  Hillbilly Researcher HBRCD-030
AS-1110-7           I CAN’T TRUST YOU NOW                                     -2-6                    Fargo 1113A
                          ()
AS-1110-8           IF I KNEW WHERE YOU WERE TONIGHT-2-6          Fargo 1113B
                          ()
AS-1110-9           NOBODY’S FOOL                                                  -3-6                    Fargo 1114A
                          ()
AS-1110-10          ROSE OF THE ALAMO     -3-6                                           1114B
                          )_
AS-1110-11          STOP THAT STUFF                                                -1-5                    Fargo 1115A, Hillbilly Researcher HBRCD-030
                          ()
AS-1110-12          MILK COW BLUES                                                 -1-5                               1115B,                                 HBRCD-030
                          ()

NB(1): FARGO 1111 released Monday 4th March 1946.
NB(2): COINMATIC DISTRIBUTORS advert FARGO 1111- Billboard 9th March 1946.
NB(3): FARGO 1113 released Monday 29th April 1946.
NB(4): FARGO 1114 released Monday 29th April 1946.
NB(5): FARGO 1115 released Monday 29th April 1946.
NB(6): COINMATIC DISTRIBUTORS advert FARGO 1115-Billboard Saturday 4th May 1946.
NB(7): COINMATIC DISTRIBUTORS advert FARGO 1113-Billboard Saturday 20th July 1946.
NB(8): COINMATIC DISTRIBUTORS advert FARGO 1114-Billboard Saturday 20th July 1946.
NB(9): COINMATIC DISTRIBUTORS advert FARGO 1115-Billboard Saturday 20th July 1946.
NB(10): FARGO 1111 leased to 4 STAR Records.
NB(11): 4 STAR 1282 released Monday 6th December 1948
NB(12): HILLBILLY RESEARCHER HBRCD-030 “ BILLY HUGHES” released United Kingdom.

Session #T-137
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS
                          Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Monday 18th March 1946
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Charles “Charlie” Linville (fdl); Allen Williams (stg bs); Cliffie Stone (leader).                                                                                                          Producer: Lee Gillette

ET-786-1             I’LL GET ALONG SOMEHOW                                                            Capitol Transcription G-31, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-787-1             YOU NEARLY LOSE YOUR MIND                                                     Capitol Transcription G-90,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-787-2             PLEASE DON’T LEAVE ME                                                               Capitol Transcription G-31,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-787-3             TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING                                                        Capitol Transcription G-90,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-788-1             SAN ANTONIO ROSE                                             Capitol Transcription G-33, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-788-2             MY LIFE’S BEEN A PLEASURE                                                        Capitol Transcription G-90,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-788-3             IDA RED                                                                                        Capitol Transcription G-33, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-789-1             TAKE ME BACK TO TULSA                                                               Capitol Transcription G-34,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-789-2             Unknown Title                                                        Capitol Transcription (Rejected)
                          ()
ET-789-3             THE CONVICT AND THE ROSE                                                        Capitol Transcription G-33,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-790-1             BIRMINGHAM JAIL                                                                         Capitol Transcription G-34,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-790-2             TROUBLE IN MIND                                                                         Capitol Transcription G-90,                      BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-791-1             T.B. BLUES                                                                                    Capitol Transcription G-34, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-791-2             ECHOES FROM THE HILLS                                                                                                G-34,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-791-3             MY MOTHER’S BIBLE                                            Capitol Transcription G-89,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-792-1             LONESOME ROAD BLUES                                                                                                 G-89,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-792-2             THERE’S MORE PRETTY GIRLS THAN ONE                                              G-89,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-793-1             CINDY                                                                                                                             G-89, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
ET-793-2             Unknown Title                                                        Capitol Transcription (Rejected)
                          ()
ET-793-3             MAIDEN’S PRAYER                                                                        Capitol Transcription G-33, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-793-4             MILK COW BLUES                                                                          Capitol Transcription (Uniss),                   BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-794-1             CARELESS LOVE                                                                            Capitol Transcription G-89, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-33 issued 1946.
NB(2): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-34 released 1946.
NB(3): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-89 released 1947.
NB(4): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-90 released 1947.
                                                  
Session #277
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans-1
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS-2
                         Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd.           Hollywood, Ca:  Tuesday 19th March 1946                                                              
(vcl/gtr): Porky Freeman (ld gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs); Unk (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette 

1035                   THE CLOUDS RAINED TROUBLE DOWN-1              Capitol 341, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          ()
1036/37293          YOU LAUGHED AND I CRIED                                -1                       Capitol 406, Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15580
1037                   THIS TROUBLED MIND OF MINE                           -1                       Capitol Americana 40012, Capitol Americana 48017
                          ()                                                                                                   Capitol Americana AD-76, Bear Family BCD-16412
1038                   I’M TELLING YOU                                                  -2                       Capitol 309, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL 341 released Monday 23rd December 1946.
NB(2): CAPITOL 406 released Monday 28th April 1947.
NB(3): CAPITOL 406 reviewed Billboard Saturday 10th May 1947.
NB(4): CAPITOL AMERICANA 48017 released
NB(5): DRUMS overdubbed Tuesday 5th March 1962.
NB(6): BEAR FAMILY BCD-16412 “WHEN THE WORLD HAS TURNED YOU DOWN” released Germany 2001.

Session #278
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans-1
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS-2
                         Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Tuesday 19th March 1946
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (ld gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs); Unk (dms).

1039                   BOW DOWN BROTHER    -1                                   Capitol Americana 40118, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
1040                   IT’S TOO LATE TO CHANGE YOUR MIND-1             Capitol 406,                                            BCD-16412
                          ()
1041                   LOOKING OUT FOR THE CROSSING                      -1                       Capitol Americana 40131, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          ()
1042/37301          CHAINED TO A MEMORY -2                                   Capitol 309, Capitol Americana 48017
                          (Jenny Lou Carson) (Hill & Range Songs Inc. BMI)     Capitol Americana AD-76, Capitol T-2456
                                                                                                                               Capitol ST-2456, Bear Family BCD-15580

NB(1): CAPITOL 309 released Monday 14th October 1946.
NB(2): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40118 released Monday 12th May 1948.
NB(3): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40118 reviewed Billboard Saturday 10th July 1948.
NB(4): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40131 released Monday 26th July 1948.
NB(5): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40131 reviewed Billboard Saturday 7th August 1948.
NB(6): DRUMS overdubbed Tuesday 5th March 1962.

RED MURRELL and His Ozark Play Boys
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1946
(vcl/rhy gtr); poss. Dick Hamilton (gtr); Les Anderson (stl gtr); Woody Applewhite (fdl); Art Hudson (accdn); Austin Strode (pno-1); Al Barker (stg bs); Unk (dms).               Producer:

AT155                 SITTIN’ HERE ALONE AND FEELING BLUE             Atlas RM 120, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Newman)
AT156                 LITTLE DARLIN’ (I’M SICK AND TIRED OF YOU)-1            RM 120, Krazy Kat KKCD-27
                          (Travis-Stone)                                                        Jasmine JASMCD-3544
AT157                 STEEL GUITAR RAG        (Inst)                              Atlas RM 121A, Castle LP-8113, Krazy Kat KKCD-27
                         (Weaver-Martin)                                                     Jasmine JASMCD-3544
AT158                 I LEARNED MY LESSON TOO LATE                        -1                       Atlas RM 121B, Castle LP-8113, Jasmine JASMCD-3544  
                          (Murrell)

NB(1): ATLAS RM 120 released April 1946.
NB(2): ATLAS RM 121 released  Monda 14th October 1946.
NB(3): ATLAS RM 121 reviewed Billboard Saturday 19th October 1946.
NB(4): KRAZY KAT KKCD-27 “SWINGING WEST, Vol.2.” released United Kingdom

RED MURRELL & His Ozark Playboys
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1946
(vcl/rhy gtr); poss. Dick Hamilton (gtr); Les Anderson (stl gtr); Woody Applewhite (fdl); Art Hudson (accdn); Austin Strode (pno-1); Al Barker (stg bs);Unk (dms).                Producer:

AT165                 GIT FIDDLE BOOGIE        (Inst)-1                            Atlas RM 125, White Label WLP-2809
                          (Murrell)                                                                Jasmine JASMCD-3544
AT166                 YOU NEARLY LOSE YOUR MIND                                                     Atlas RM 125, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                         (Tubb)
AT167                 WALKING THE FLOOR OVER YOU                                                   Atlas RM 126, Castle LP-8113
                          (Ernest Tubb)
AT168                 BROOMSTICK BUCKAROO                                                                       RM 126,             LP-8113
                          (Harold Hensley-Hank Penny)
AT169                 BABY GIRL                                                                                     Atlas RM 127,             LP-8113, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Clauser)
AT170                 COVERED WAGON ROLLED RIGHT ALONG                      RM 127,            LP-8113,                JASMCD-3544
                          (Heath-Wood)

NB(1): ATLAS RM 125 released Monday 14th October 1946.
NB(2): ATLAS RM 126 released Mnday 14th October 1946.
NB(3): ATLAS RM 127 released Monday 14th October 1946.
NB(4): ATLAS RM 127 reviewed Billboard Saturday 16th November 1946.
NB(5): WHITE LABEL WLP-2809 “BOPPIN’ HILLBILLY, Vol.9.” released Holland 1989.

Session #431
JACK GUTHRIE and his Oklahomans
                         Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Tuesday 22nd October 1946
(vcll/gtr); Porky Freeman (ld gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Smoky Fields (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs); Unk (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

1498/37297          OAKIE BOOGIE                                                     Capitol 341, Capitol 15266, Capitol Americana 48018                                                                                          (Johnny Tyler) (Hill & Range Songs, Inc. BMI)            Capitol Americana AD-76, Capitol 2128, Capitol F2128
                                                                                                                               Capitol 6085, Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                                                                                                                               Oakie OK 001B, Bear Family BCD-15580
                                                                                                                               Proper Properbox 50
1499                   NEXT TO THE SOIL                                                                         Capitol Americana 40075, Bear Family BCD-15580
                          ()
1500                   IF YOU’RE GONNA BE SORRY                                                        Capitol Americana 40118, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()
1501/37294          SHAME ON YOU                                                   Capitol T-2456, Capitol ST-2456
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15580

NB(1): “OAKIE BOOGIE” entered Billboard C&W Chart Saturday 1st March 1947 peaking #3, chart 3 weeks.
NB(2): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40075 released Monday 5th January 1948.
NB(3): CAPITOL AMERICANA 40075 reviewed Billboard SATURDAY 10th January 1948.
NB(4): DRUMS overdubbed Tuesday 5th March 1962.
NB(5): OAKIE OK 001B is a REPRO of CAPITOL 6085.
NB(6): PROPER PROPERBOX 50 “HILLBILLY BOOGIE” released United Kingdom 2002.

Session #T-353
JACK GUTHRIE AND HIS OKLAHOMANS
                          Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Friday 21st March 1947
(vcl/gtr); Porky Freeman (el gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); Billy Hughes (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

ET-2161-1            Unknown Title                                                        Capitol Transcription (Rejected)
                          ()
ET-2161-2            SHUT THAT GATE                                                                           Capitol Transcription G-92, Bear Family BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2162-1            BROWN EYES CRYIN’ IN THE RAIN                                                                                   G-92,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2163-1            I CAN’T GO ON THIS WAY                                                                                                  G-92,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2163-2            THAT’S HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU                                                                                       G-92,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2164-1            FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW                                                           Capitol Transcription G-91,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2164-2            NEVER NO MO’ BLUES                                                                             G-91,                      BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2165-1            LULU WALLS                                                                                                                     G-91,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2165-2            TRAVELIN’ BLUES                                                                                                             G-91,                     BCD-16400
                          ()
ET-2166-1            WAGGONER                                                                                                                     G-91, Bear Family BCD-16412
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-91 issued 1947.
NB(2): CAPITOL TRANSCRIPTION G-92 issued 1947. 

JOHNNY TYLER and the Riders of the Rio Grande
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                          Monday 21st April 1947
(vcl/gtr); Red Murrell (rhy gtr); George Chumura (gtr); Dick Hamilton (gtr); Richard F. “Dick” Cole (gtr); Norman E. Baker (fdl); James S. “Jimmy” Pruett (pno); Al Barker (stg bs); John Melvin Mountjoy (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

D7-VB-506           TEXAS RED                                                                                    RCA Victor 20-2290
                          ()
D7-VB-507           I DON’T KNOW WHERE TO GO BUT I’M GOIN’        RCA Victor 20-2368
                          ()
D7-VB-508           OAKIE BOOGIE                                                     RCA Victor 20-2290
                          (Guthrie)
D7-VB-509           BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL                                                               RCA Victor 20-2368
                          ()

NB(1): RCA VICTOR 20-2290 released  Monday 19th May 1947.
NB(2): RCA VICTOR 20-2368 released Monday 4th August 1947.      

RED MURRELL & His Ozark Playboys
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1947 (vcl/rhy gtr); poss. Unk (gtr); Eddie Martin (stl gtr); Shorty Scott(fdl); “Hi Pockets” Busse (accdn); Abner Wilder (stg bs); Unk (dms).                                                                                                          Producer:

SRC 506             IF YOU’RE THE SWEETHEART OF SOMEBODY ELSE
                          (DON’T PAL AROUND WITH ME)                                                      Signature 1020A, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Darling)
SRC 507             GET THAT CHIP OFF YOUR SHOULDER                                          Signature 1021B, Krazy Kat KKCD-15
                          (Murrell-Hensley)                                                    Jasmine JASMCD-3544
SRC 508             WAKE UP BABE                                                    Signatue 1020B,                KKCD-15
                          (Hensley-Murrell)                                                   Jasmine JASMCD-3544
SRC 509             (I KNOW MY BABY LOVES ME) IN HER OWN
                          PECULIAR WAY                                                    Signature 1021A, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Shepard-Canton)             

NB(1): SIGNATURE 1020 released Monday 14th July 1947.
NB(2): SIGNATURE 1021 released Monday 14th July 1947.
NB(3):KRAZY KAT KKCD-15 “SWING WEST: 1940s WESTERN SWING FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA” released United Kingdom 1997.

RED MURREL & His Ozark  Mountain Boys-1
RED MURRELL AND HIS OZARK PLAYBOYS-1
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1947
(vcl/rhy gtr);
                                                                                                                               Producer:

                          DEVIL IN DISGUISE                                              -1-2                    Gold Seal 010, Acme RM-1000
                          (Williams)                                                                                        Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          I’VE GOT A NEW BABY     -1-2                                Gold Seal 010, Acme RM-1000
                          (Hensley-Murrell)                                                    Jasmine JASMCD-3544
A62                    THAT NAGGIN’ WIFE OF MINE                               -1-2                    Gold Seal A230, Acme RM-1001
                          (Jackson)                                                                                       Jasmine JASMCD-3544
A63                    COUNT THOSE BROKEN HEARTS                          -1-2                    Gold Seal A230, Acme RM-1001
                          (Henderson)                                                                                    Jasmine JASMCD-3544
AC66                  FOREVER FAITHFUL       -2                                   Gold Seal (Uniss), Acme RM-1003
                          ()
AC67                  HOUND DOG BLUES       -2                                   Gold Seal (Uniss),            RM-1003
                          (Murrell-Hensley)

NB(1): GOLD SEAL 010 released
NB(2): GOLD SEAL A230 released
NB(3): GOLD SEAL masters purchased by ACME Records 1947.
NB(4): ACME RM-1000 released
NB(5): ACME RM-1001 released
NB(6): ACME RM-1003 released
NB(7): “NAGGIN’ BOYS” shown on ACME RM-1001 as “THAT NAGGIN’ WIFE OF MINE”.

RED MURRELL               Hometown Jamboree                                                        
                                                   Radio Station KXLA                                              Pasadena, Ca:                                               Monday 4th July 1949          
(rhy gtr);
                                                                                                                               M.C.:

                          RED’S BOOGIE                                                     Country Routes RFD CD 08
                          (Rusty Draper)

NB: COUNTRY ROUTES RFD CD 08 “CLIFFIE STONE’S RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS 1945-1949” released United Kingdom 1991.

Session #4715
RED MURRELL
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Monday 1st August 1949
(vcl/rhy gtr); prob. Merle Travis (gtr); Wade Ray (fdl); Cliffie Stone (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Lee Gillette

4750-3                SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD                                                     Capitol 57-40262, Castle LP-8113
                         (Carter-Jacobs)                                                      Jasmine JASMCD-3544
4751-1                PAPER HEART                                                      Capitol 57-40229,             LP-8113
                          (Terry Fell)                                                                                      Jasmine JASMCD-3544
4752-1                ERNEST TUBB’S TALKING BLUES                                                    Capitol 57-40229,             LP-8113
                          (Tubb)                                                                                             Jasmine JASMCD-3544
4753-2                THE LETTER I FORGOT TO MAIL                                                     Capitol 57-40262,             LP-8113
                          (Butcher-Canova)                                                    Jasmine JASMCD-3544

NB(1): CAPITOL 57-40229 released Monday 29th August 1949.
NB(2): CAPITOL 57-40262 released Monday 12th December 1949.
NB(3): CAPITOL 57-40262 reviewed Billboard Saturday 24th December 1949.


OZARK RED and his Ozark Mountain Boys
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                         ca. Early 1952
(rhy gtr); prob. Farrell “Rusty” Draper (vcl-1); George Cerruti (-2)
                                                                                                                               Producer:

CAV-811-A          RED’S BOOGIE                (Inst)                              Cavalier CAV-811 A
                          (Rusty Draper)
CAV-811-B          CHINA BOY                                                          (Inst)-2                              CAV-811 B
                          ()
CA-815-A            CRIPPLE CREEK                                                   -1                       Cavalier CAV-815 A
                          (Harold Hensley)
CAV-815-B          BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG   (Inst)                                             CAV-815 B
                          ()

NB(1): CAVALIER CAV-811 released 1952.
NB(2): CAVALIER CAV-815 released 1952.

NB: BILLBOARD Saturday 10th May 1952 reported that RED MURRELL had inked with Lariat Records.

RED MURRELL and his Rangers
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                 ca. 1953
(rhy gtr); Patricia “Patsy” Prescott (vcl);
                                                                                                                               Producer:

                          I WANT TO BE A COWBOY’S SWEETHEART            Lariat L 1163-A, Jasmine JASMCD-3544
                          (Montana)
                          POT OF GOLD                                                                  L 1163-B
                          ()

NB(1): LARIAT L 1163 released 1953.
NB(2): LARIAT Records was owned by CLIFFORD GILPIN “CLIFFIE STONE” SNYDER.

Session #3114
JEAN SHEPARD-1
JEAN SHEPARD and FERLIN HUSKEY-2
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Wednesday 26th August 1953
Ollie Imogene “Jean” Shepard (vcl); Ferlin Huskey (duet vcl-3); Charles Lee “Fuzzy” Owen (gtr); Leonard Raymond “Tommy Collins” Sipes (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); William “Bill” Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Ken Nelson

11736-7               WHY DID YOU WAIT        -1                                   Capitol 2791, Capitol F2791, Capitol EAP2-1253
                          ()                                                                                                   Capitol T-1253, Stetson HAT-3131
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BCD-15905, Jasmine JASMCD-3593
                                                                                                                               B.A.C.M. CD D-170
11737-6               YOU’LL COME CRAWLIN’ -1                                   Capitol 2905, Capitol F2905, Hilltop JM-6049
                          ()                                                                                                   Hilltop JS-6049, Bear Family BCD-15905
                                                                                                                               B.A.C.M. CD D-170
11738-7               THE MYSTERIES OF LIFE                                      -1                       Capitol EAP-3-728, Capitol T-728, Hilltop JM-6049
                          ()                                                                                                   Hilltop JS-6049, Stetson HAT-3042
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BCD-15905, EMI-Capitol 7243 4-96853-2
                                                                                                                               Jasmine JASMCD-3593
11739-7               LET’S KISS AND TRY AGAIN                                  -2-3                    Capitol 2706, Capitol F2706, Masterpiece MLP-203
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15905

NB(1): CAPITOL 2706/F2706 released Monday 25th January 1954.
NB(2): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 23rd January 1954-CAPITOL 2706/F2706.
NB(3): CAPITOL 2706/F2706 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 23rd January 1954.
NB(4): CAPITOL 2791/F2791 released Monday 19th April 1954.
NB(5): CAPITOL 2791/F2791 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 1st May 1954.
NB(6): CAPITOL 2791/F2791 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 15th May 1954.
NB(7): CAPITOL 2905/F2905 released Monday 23rd August 1954.
NB(8): CAPITOL 2905/F2905 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 4th September 1954.
NB((9): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 13th November 1954-CAPITOL 2905/F2905.
NB(10): CAPITOL EAP3-728 “SONGS OF A LOVE AFFAIR, Vol.3.” released 1956.
NB(11): CAPITOL T-728 “SONGS OF A LOVE AFFAIR” released 1956.
NB(12): CAPITOL EAP2-1253 “THIS IS JEAN SHEPARD, Vol.2.” released 1959.
NB(13): CAPITOL T-1253 “THIS IS JEAN SHEPARD” released 1959. 
NB(14): HILLTOP JM-6049/JS-6049 “HELLO OLD BROKEN HEART” released 1967.
NB(15): MASTERPIECE MLP-203 “FIRST LADY OF COUNTRY MUSIC” released Germany 1982.
NB(16): STETSON HAT-3042 “SONGS OF A LOVE AFFAIR” released United Kingdom September 1987.
NB(17): STETSON HAT-3131 “THIS IS JEAN SHEPARD” released United Kingdom March 1990.
NB(18): BEAR FAMILY BCD-15905 “MELODY RANCH GIRL” released Germany 1996.
NB(19): EMI-CAPITOL 7243 4-96853-2 “SONGS OF A LOVE AFFAIR/HEARTACHES AND TEARS 1956-1962” released United Kingdom 1998.
NB(20): B.A.C.M. CD D-170 “THIS HAS BEEN YOUR LIFE” released United Kingdom Thursday 25th September 2008.
NB(21): JASMINE JASMCD-3593 “BEAUTIFUL LIES-THE EARLY YEARS” released United Kingdom Tuesday 2nd June 2009.

Session #3115
COUSIN HERB HENSON And His Trading Post Gang
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Wednesday 26th August 1953
Herb Henson (vcl); Fuzzy Owen (gtr); Tommy Collins (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); Bill Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Ken Nelson

11740                 YOU-ALL COME                                                    Capitol 2606, Capitol F2606, B.A.C.M. CD D-371
                          (Arlie Duff) (Starrite BMI)
11741                 LAUGH, LAUGH, LAUGH                                        Capitol 2824, Capitol F2824, Castle LP-8111
                          (Herb Henson) (Central Songs, Inc. BMI)                                            B.A.C.M. CD D-371
11742                 I’VE NEVER HEARD                                                                        Capitol 2995, Capitol F2995,             LP-8111
                          (Herb Henson) (Central Songs, Inc. BMI)
11743                 I WROTE MY HEART A LETTER                                                       Capitol 2606, Capitol F2606
                          (Herb Henson) (Central Songs, Inc. BMI)

NB(1): CAPITOL 2606/F2606 released Monday 21st September 1953.
NB(2): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 3rd October 1953-CAPITOL 2606/F2606.
NB(3): CAPITOL 2606/F2606 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 10th October 1953.
NB(4): CAPITOL 2824/F2824 released Monday 1st June 1954.
NB(5): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 5th June 1954-CAPITOL 2824/F2824.
NB(6): CAPITOL 2824/F2824 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 12th June 1954.
NB(7): CAPITOL 2995/F2995 released Monday 22nd November 1954.
NB(8): CAPITOL 2995/F2995 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 4th December 1954.
NB(9): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 4th December 1954-CAPITOL 2995/F2995.
NB(10): CASTLE LP-8111 “COUSIN HERB HENSON AND HIS TRADING POST GANG” released Germany 1981.
NB(11): B.A.C.M CD D-371 “COUSIN HERB HENSON AND HIS TRADING POST GANG” released United Kingdom 2012.                                                                                                               
Session #3333
SKEETS McDONALD
                         Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Thursday 25th February 1954
Enos William “Skeets” McDonald (vcl); Otis Wilson “Joe” Maphis (ld gtr); Fuzzy Owen (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); Bill Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs).                                                   Producer: Ken Nelson

12338-9               I LOVE YOU,MAMA MIA                                         Capitol 2774, Capitol F2774
                          ()                                                                                                   Country Classics Library CCL-1103
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BFX-15191, Hound TRG-505102
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BCD-15937, B.A.C.M. CD D-228
12339-8               SMOKE COMES OUT OF MY CHIMNEY JUST THE SAME                  Capitol 2976, Capitol F2976, Sears SPS-116
                          ()                                                                                                   Hillbilly Heaven HHLP-4001, Bear Family BFX-15191
                                                                                                                               Hound TRG-505102, Bear Family BCD-15937
                                                                                                                               B.A.C. M. CD D-228, Bear Family BCD-16986
12357-4               EACH TIME A NEW LOVE DIES                                                       Capitol 2976, Capitol F2976, Hillbilly Heaven HHLP-4001
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BCD-15937
12358-9               BUT I DO                                                                                       Capitol 2885, Capitol F-2885,                         HHLP-4001
                          ()                                                                                                   Bear Family BFX-15195, Hound TRG-505102
                                                                                                                               Bear Family BCD-15937, B.A.C.M. CD D-228

NB(1): CAPITOL 2774/F2774 released Monday 12th April 1954.
NB(2): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard C&W Saturday 10th April 1954-CAPITOL 2774/F2774.
NB(3): CAPITOL 2774/F2774 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 17th April 1954.
NB(4): CAPITOL 2885/F2885 released Monday 2nd August 1954.
NB(5): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 14th August 1954-CAPITOL 2885/F2885.
NB(6): CAPITOL 2885/F2885 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 14th August 1954.
NB(7): CAPITOL 2976/F2976 released Monday 1st November 1954.
NB(8): CAPITOL 2976/F2976 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 13th November 1954.
NB(9): SEARS SPS-116 “SKEETS” released 1967.
NB(10): HILLBILLY HEAVEN HHLP-4001 “IN MEMORY OF SKEETS McDONALD” released Germany 1974.
NB(11): COUNTRY CLASSICS LIBRARY CCL-1103 “I LOVE YOU, MAMA MIA” released Germany 1975.
NB(12): BEAR FAMILY BFX-15191 “ROCKIN’ ROLLIN’ SKEETS McDONALD” released Germany 1986.
NB(13): BEAR FAMILY BFX-15195 “DON’T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES” released Germany 1986.
NB(14): HOUND TRG-505102 “DON’T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES” released United Kingdom 1996.
NB(15): BEAR FAMILY BCD-15937 “DON’T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES” released Germany Tuesday 6th October 1998.
NB(16): B.A.C.M. CD D-228 “SKEETS McDONALD, Vol.2.” released United Kingdom 2008.
NB(17): BEAR FAMILY BCD-16986 “HEART BREAKIN’ MAMA” released Germany Tuesday 28th October 2008.

Session #3392
JEAN SHEPARD-1
JEAN SHEPARD and FERLIN HUSKEY-2
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Monday 12th April 1954
Jean Shepard (vcl); Ferlin Huskey (duet vcl-3); Fuzzy Owen (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); Bill Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs); Jelly Sanders (stg bs).                                                       Producer: Ken Nelson

12535-8               DON’T FALL IN LOVE WITH A MARRIED MAN-1      Capitol 2905, Capitol F2905, Capitol T-1922
                          ()                                                                                                   Country Music Foundation CMF-021D
                                                                                                                                           Bear Family BCD-15905, B.A.C.M. CD D-170
12536-20             WHAT’LL YOU HAVE        -2-3                                Capitol (Uniss), Bear Family BCD-15905
                          ()
12537-12             IT TICKLES                                                           -2-3                    Capitol (Uniss),                      BCD-15905
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 9th October 1954-CAPITOL 2905/F2905.
NB(2): CAPITOL T-1922 “THE BEST OF JEAN SHEPARD” released 1963.
NB(3): COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION CMF-021D “HONKY TONK HEROINE-CLASSIC CAPITOL RECORDINGS” released 1995.

Session #3393
DALLAS FRAZIER with Cousin Herb Henson’s Orchestra
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Monday 12th April 1954
Dallas Frazier (vcl); Fuzzy Owen (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); Bill Woods (pno); poss. Red Murrell (stg bs); Jelly Sanders (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Ken Nelson

12539                 SPACE COMMAND                                                                         Capitol 2813, Capitol F2813
                          (Cousin Herb Henson) (Central Songs, Inc. BMI)
12540                 SWEET LITTLE THING                                            Capitol (Uniss)
                          ()
12541                 I BET A DAD GUM DOLLAR                                                             Capitol (Uniss)
                          ()
12542                 WHEN I GROW UP                                                                         Capitol (Uniss)
                          ()

NB(1): CAPITOL 2813/F2813 released Monday 10th May 1954.
NB(2): CAPITOL 2813/F2813 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 29th May 1954.

BONNIE OWENS Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd            Hollywood, Ca:  Friday 23rd April 1954
Boonie Owens (vcl); Fuzzy Owen (duet vc-1); Alvis Edgar “Buck” Owens Jr. (gtr); Lewis Talley (gtr); Jelly Sanders (fdl); Bill Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs).     Producer: Ed Kissack

E4-LB-3150          I TRADED MY HEART FOR HIS GOLD                                              X 4X-0028, Bear Family BCD-16178
                          (Owens-Talley)
E4-LB-3151          TAKE ME                                                                                            4X-0028,                     BCD-16178
                          ()
E4-LB-3152          JUST A LOVE FOR SOMEONE TO STEAL                X 4X-0065,                      BCD-16178
                          () (Golden West Melodies Inc. BMI)
E4-LB-3153          NO TOMORROW                                                       4X-0065,                      BCD-16178
                          () (Ridgeway BMI)

NB(1): X 4X-0028 released Monday 14th June 1954.
NB(2): X 4X-0065 released Monday 18th October 1954.
NB(3): X 4X-0065 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 30th October 1954.
NB(4): “X” was a RCA VICTOR subsidiary label.
NB(5): BEAR FAMILY BCD-16178 “QUEEN OF THE COAST” released Germany Friday 7th September 2007.

Session #3503
JEAN SHEPARD
                          Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue   Hollywood, Ca:  Thursday 19th August 1954
Jean Shepard (vcl); Tommy Collins (gtr); Fuzzy Owen (gtr); Lewis Talley (stl gtr); Jelly Sanders (fdl); Bill Woods (pno); Red Murrell (stg bs).                                                                                 Producer: Ken Nelson

12925-22             PLEASE DON’T DIVORCE ME                                                          Capitol 2994, Capitol F2994, Bear Family BCD-15905
                          () (Hill & Range Songs BMI)                                                              B.A.C.M. CD D-170
12926-9               DID YOU TELL HER ABOUT ME                                                       Capitol 3051, Capitol F3051, Hilltop JM-6049
                          () (Central Songs Inc, BMI)                                                               Hilltop JS-6049, Bear Family BCD-15905
                                                                                                                               B.A.C.M. CD D-170
12927-10             DON’T RUSH ME                                                                            Capitol 2994, Capitol F2994, Masterpiece MLP-203
                          () (Trees BMI)                                                                                  Bear Family BCD-15905, B.A.C.M. CD D-170
12928-9               YOU SENT HER AN ORCHID                                                           Capitol 3051, Capitol F3051,Hilltop JM-6049
                          () (Starrite BMI)                                                      Hilltop JS-6049, Bear Family BCD-15905
                                                                                                                               B.A.C.M. CD D-170

NB(1): CAPITOL 2994/F2994 released Monday 27th September 1954.
NB(2): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 4th December 1954-CAPITOL 2994/F2994.
NB(3): CAPITOL 2994/F2994 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 4th December 1954.
NB(4): CAPITOL 3051/F3051 released Monday 14th February 1955.  
NB(5): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 19th February 1955-CAPITOL 3051/F3051.
NB(6): CAPITOL Records advert Billboard Saturday 2nd April 1955-CAPITOL 3051/F3051.

RED MURRELL
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1955          
(vcl/rhy gtr); Unk (gtr); Unk (stl gtr); poss. Tex Atchison (fdl); Unk (pno); Unk (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

850 A                 THE WAY SHE GOT AWAY                                                              Cavalier CV 850, Castle LP-8113
                          (Tex Atchison-Red Murrell) (Ridgeway Music BMI)
850 B                  NOBODY BUT YOU                                                                                        CV 850,            LP-8113
                          (Tex Atchison-Red Murrell) (Ridgeway Music BMI)
851 A                 LOVE’S COMMANDMENTS                                                              Cavalier CV 851
                          (Bob Roark-Carol Tevis) (Ridgeway Music BMI)
851 B                 TWO EVIL EYES                                                    Cavalier CV 851
                          ()

NB(1): CAVALIER CV 850 released Saturday 14th May 1955.
NB(2): CAVALIER CV 850 reviewed Billboard Saturday 21st May 1955.
NB(3): CAVALIER CV 851 released Saturday 14th May 1955.
NB(4): CAVALIER CV-851 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 27th August 1955.
NB(5): BILLBOARD Saturday 10th September 1955-OZARK RED MURRELL of Radio Station KYA, San Francisco, recently inked a recording contract with Cavalier Records.

RED MURRELL
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1956
(vcl/rhy gtr); Unk (gtr); Unk (stl gtr); poss. Tex Atchison (fdl); Unk (pno); Unk (stg bs).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

860 A                  GOOD OLD COUNTRY MOON                                                         Cavalier CV 860, Castle LP-8113
                          (Tex Atchison-Red Murrell) (Ridgeway Music BMI)
860 B                  IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU                                                      CV 860,            LP-8113
                          (Tex Atchison-Red Murrell) (Ridgeway Music BMI)

NB: CAVALIER CV 860 released Monday 20th February 1956.

RED MURRELL with JIMMY RIVERS and the Cherokees
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1956
(vcl/rhy gtr); Jimmy Rivers (); Unk (gtr); Unk (stl gtr-1); Unk (pno-2); Unk (stg bs); Unk (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer:

871 A                  “ERNEST TUBB’S” TALKIN’ BLUES                                                    Cavalier CV 871
                          (Ernest Tubb) (American Music BMI)
871 B                  TWO TIMIN’ HEART                                               -1-2                                   CV 871
                          (Earl Bryant)

NB(1): CAVALIER CV 871 released Monday 29th October 1956.
NB(2): CAVALIER CV 871 reviewed Billboard C&W Saturday 10th November 1956.

RED MURRELL
                                                                                                                               Hollywood, Ca:                                                          ca. 1969/1970
(vcl/rhy gtr);
                                                                                                                               Producer:

7714-A                NEW MARRIAGE CEREMONY                                                         Rustic R-114
                          (Cy Coben) (Delmore Music ASCAP)
7714-B                LOVES COMMANDMENTS                                                                          R-114
                          (Bob Roark-Carol Tevis) (Ridgeway Music BMI)

(1): RUSTIC R-114 released
NB(2): RUSTIC Records based at P.O.Box 3255, San Jose, Ca. 95116.

DISCOGRAPHY compiled by AL TURNER &  ADAM KOMOROWSKI & DICK GRANT with acknowledgements to Tom Sims, Steve Hathaway, Prescott Thompson, Richard Weize, Mike Gross, Reimar/Dagmar Binge, Phil Tricker;  & Bill Daniels.

1989-2012.


                                                                                                                              
                                                  
                          

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Acknowledgements

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
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
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
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.