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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Leroy Jenkins

by Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti
ca September 1949 Dallas, TX – Leroy Jenkins
1949 or 1950 Jim Beck Studio, 1101 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX – Leroy Jenkins
003 TOO FAT BOOGIE Dude 1307
13 March 1951 Jim Beck Studio, 1101 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX – Leroy Jenkins005 CO 45587/JB 9? TIME PASSES BY 4-20853/Cattle Compact CCD-308
006 CO 45588/JB 10? HARD TIME LACK BLUES  4-20815/Cattle Compact CCD-308
007 CO 45589/JB 11? PLEASE DON’T TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME  4-20853/Cattle Compact CCD-308
008 CO 45590/JB 12? I’M CRYING BUT NOBODY CARES  4-20815/Cattle Compact CCD-308
2 August 1951 Jim Beck Studio, 1101 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX – Leroy Jenkins
009 CO 46799  I JUST DONT KNOW  4-20878/Cattle Compact CCD-308
010 CO 46800 YOU’RE TALKING TO A BROKEN HEART  4-20931/Cattle Compact CCD-308
011 CO 46801 DON‘T BE A HOME BREAKER  4-20878/Cattle Compact CCD-308
012 CO 46802 TENNESSEE SUNSHINE  4-20931/Cattle Compact CCD-308
ca 1953 Dallas, TX – Leroy Jenkins
013 1013-15A WHY DON’T YOU GET ON THE WOO WAGON WITH ME Flair 1013-15
014 1013-15B THE GIRL ON PAGE 83 Flair 1013-15

Cattle Compact [GER] CCD 308 The Golden Age Of Country Music - Curly Daulton, Leroy Jenkins, Joe and Rose Lee Maphis: [Curly Daulton With Johnny Daulton's Western Swing Kings:] I'm Steppin' Out With A Broken Heart; Blue Hearts And Broken Vows; All My Life I've Dreamed; Between Midnight And Dawn; Please Leave Me Alone; A Little At A Time; I Didn't Mean To Be Mean; A Crushed Red Rose (And A Faded Blue Ribbon); I Traded An Angel For A Devil; Please Set Me Free; Just Another Nickel Wasted; Cryin' Again; [Leroy Jenkins:] Hard Time Hard Luck Blues; I'm Crying But Nobody Cares; Time Passes By; Please Don't Tell Me That You Love Me; I Just Don't Know; Don't Be A Home Breaker; You're Talking To A Broken Heart; Tennessee Sunshine; [Joe and Rose Lee Maphis:] Dim Lights, Thick Smoke; Black Mountain Rag; Quicksand. Rose Lee Maphis: Honky Tonk Love Affair – ca 04

Talent (1949)
T-1001 Why Don’t You Haul Off And Love Me / You Two Timed Me Three Timed Me – 49
Dude (ca 1949)
1307 Too Fat Boogie / If I Could Buy Your Love – 50
Columbia (1951)4-20815 Hard Time Luck Blues / I'm Crying But Nobody Cares – 13-03-51
4-20853 Time Passes By / Please Don't Tell Me That You Love Me – 17-08-51
4-20878  Don't Be A Home Breaker/I Just Don't Know – 02-11-51
4-20931  Tennessee Sunshine/You're Talking To A Broken Heart – 25-04-52
Flair (ca 1953)

1013-15 Why Don’t You Get On The Woo Wagon With Me /  The Girl On Page 83 - ?53

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