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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Pete Pyle

*18 April 1920 near Burnsville, MS, +11-03-1995
by Tony Russell, Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti
SESSIONS also recorded with Bill Monroe, Pee Wee King, Grandpa Jones
11 October 1940 Kimball House, 30 South Pryor St., Atlanta, GA – Pete Pyle (Pete Pyle [vcl/yodel/gt], Edward Crowe [gt])
001 BS-056510-1 HOME SWEET HOME IN THE ROCKIES Bluebird B-8672 Montgomery Ward M-8887/Cattle LP-106
002 BS-056511-1 DON’T YOU WORRY BOUT ME WHEN I’M GONE B-8672 M-8886/Cattle LP 106
003 BS-056512-1 YOU’VE BROKEN YOUR PROMISE B-8602 M-8888
004 BS-056513-1 I DON’T CARE B-8602 M-8888
005 BS-056514-1 I GUESS YOU’LL SOON FORGET B-8711 M-8889/Cattle LP-106
006 BS-056515-1 IT’S SO HARD TO BE JUST A PAL TO YOU B-8581 M-8889/Cattle LP-106
007 BS-056516-1 I JUST CAN’T SAY GOODBYE B-8711 M-8887
008 BS-056517-1 LITTLE BLUE EYED BLONDE, GOODBYE B-8581 M-8886/Cattle LP-106
30 September 1941 Atlanta, GA – Pete Pyle (Pete Pyle [vcl/yodel/gt], Edward Crowe [gt])
009 BS-071034-1 WHY DON‘T YOU LEAVE ME ALONE B-8905
010 BS-071035-1 BEER DRINKIN‘BLUES B-8971
011 BS-071036-1 ALL OVER A SMILE B-8905
012 BS-071037-1 PLEASE DON‘T FOOL ME B-8856 Regal Zonophone G 25154
013 BS-071038-1 I MADE A MISTAKE B-8971/Cattle LP-106
014 BS-071039-1 WASTED TEARS B-9001
015 BS-071040-1 I‘LL BE GONE FOR AWHILE B-8856/Cattle LP-106
016 BS-071041-1 LOVE‘S A GAME THAT TWO CAN PLAY B-9001 Regal Zonophone G 25154/Cattle LP-106
1946 poss. Nashville, TN – Pete Pyle and The Mississippi Valley Boys (Pete Pyle [vcl/gt], Zeb Turner [gt], Zeke Turner [el gt] + Oak Ridge Boys [bass/fiddle/steel])
017 LIVING IN SORROW Bullet 602/Cattle LP-106
018 TALKING THE BLUES Bullet 602
020 LOVE TURNED TO HATE Bullet 626
1949 poss. Nashville, TN – Pete Pyle and The Mississippi Valley Boys, * w. Naomi Pyle
021 LOVIN' LIES Bullet 686
023 THINK TWICE Bullet 689/Cattle LP-106
024 WHY DON'T YOU HAUL OFF AND LOVE ME? Bullet 689/Cattle LP-106
18 October 1951 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Pete Pyle (Pete Pyle [vcl/rh gt], Chet Atkins [gt], Dickir Harris [steel], Jack Drake [bass], [poss. Tommy Jackson [fiddle])
025 NT 1770 LITTLE BLUE EYED BLONDE Intro 45-6033/Cattle LP-106
026 NT 1771 IT’S SO HARD TO BE JUST A PAL TO YOU unissued
028 NT 1773 MARK ME OFF YOUR LIST Intro 45-6033/Cattle LP-106
ca.late 1952 or early 1953 poss. Fortune Studio, Detroit, MI – Pete Pyle
029 ARE YOU MAKING A FOOL OF ME Fortune 172/Cattle LP-106

Cattle [GER] LP-106 Pete Pyle And The Mississippi Valley Boys: Are You Making a Fool of Me; Don't You Worry' Bout Me When I'm Gone; Home Sweet Home in the Rockies; I Guess You'll Soon Forget; I Made a Mistake; I'll Be Gone for Awhile; It's So Hard to Be Just a Pal to You; Little Blue-eyed Blonde Goodbye (# 2); Little Blue-eyed Blonde Goodbye (# 2).; Living in Sorrow; Love's a Game That Two Can Play; Mark Me off Your List; Talking the Blues; Think Twice; Why Don't You Haul off and Love Me - 87

Bluebird (1940-41)
B-8581 It’s So Hard To Be Just A Pal To You / Little Blue Eyed Blonde, Goodbye – ca 11-40
B-8602 You’ve Broken Your Promise / I Don’t Care – ca 01-41
B-8672 Home Sweet Home In The Rockies / Don’t You Worry Bout Me When I’m Gone – ca 03-41
B-8711 I Guess You’ll Soon Forget / I Just Can’t Say Goodbye – 05-41
B-8856 Please Don’t Fool Me / I‘ll Be Gone For Awhile - 41
B-8905 All Over A Smile / Why Don‘t You Leave Me Alone – 12-41
B-8971 Beer Drinkin‘ Blues / I Made A Mistake - 42
B-9001 Wasted Tears / Love‘s A Game That Two Can Play - 05-42
Montgomery Ward
M-8886 Little Blue Eyed Blonde, Goodbye / Don’t You Worry Bout Me When I’m Gone –
M-8887 Home Sweet Home In The Rockies / I Just Can’t Say Goodbye
M-8888 You’ve Broken Your Promise / I Don’t Care –
M-8889 I Guess You’ll Soon Forget / It’s So Hard To Be Just A Pal To You B-8581 M-8886
Regal Zonophone (AUS)
G 25154 Please Don‘t Fool Me / Love‘s A Game That Two Can Play
Bullet (1946-49)
602 Living In Sorrow / Talking The Blues - 46
626 I Know That I Have Lost Your Love / Love Turned To Hate – 46 (rev. Nov. 9)
686 Lovin' Lies / I'm Walking Right Out Of Your Life – 49 (rev. Nov. 12)
689 Think Twice / Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me? – 49 (rev. Nov. 12)
Intro (1951)
45-6033 Little Blue Eyed Blonde / Mark Me Off Your List – 51
172 Wild Cat Boogie [Forest Rye] / Are You Making A Fool Of Me [Pete Pyle] – 53

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