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Monday, April 30, 2012

Morgan Sisters

by Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank

1953 unknown – Morgan Sisters
001 E3KB-0570 FISH AND POI Hawaiian H-1
002 E3KB-0571 MY WAIKIKI GIRL Hawaiian H-1
003 E3KB-0572 TONGUE AND CHEEK  Hawaiian H-2
004 E3KB-0573 THE TOURIST TRADE Hawaiian H-2
3 February 1954 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewester Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Morgan Sisters
005 K3750  CHALK TALK King 45-1348
006 K3751  JUST AS LONG AS I’M WITH YOU 45-1348
007 K3752  LOW DOWN HOE DOWN  45-1328
008 K3753  PINE TREE, PINE OVER ME  45-1328
12 November 1954 King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, OH – Morgan Sisters
009 K3911  MAMBO HONKY TONK  45-1415
010 K3912  EVERGREEN  45-1435
011 K3913  YOU PLAY FIDDLESTICKS  45-1435
012 K3914  SWEET NOTHING  45-1415

Hawaiian (1953)
H-1 Fish And Poi /  My Waikiki Girl - 53
H-2 The Tourist Trade /  Tongue And Cheek – 53
King (1954)
45-1328 Low Down Hoe Down / Pine Tree, Pine Over Me – 03-54
45-1348 Just As Long As I'm With You / Chalk Talk – 05-54
45-1415 Mambo Honky Tonk / Sweet Nothings – 12-54
45-1435 Evergreen / You Play Fiddlesticks – 02-55

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
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