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Monday, July 23, 2012

Owen Perry

By Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli, Bill Daniels, Matti Friberg

Early 1947 unknown – Owen Perry and The Happy Hillbillies
001 LOUISIANA STOMP Bullet 631
002 TWO CAN PLAY THE GAME Bullet 631
ca. September 1949 unknown – Owen Perry
003 3355 I’M BUILDING A LADDER 4 Star 1428
004 3356 YESTERDAY‘S  LILACS  1381
006 3358 PICKIN‘ ‘EM UP 1381
ca April 1950 unknown – Owen Perry
007 3642 WHY SHOULD I CRY OVER YOU 45-1467
008 3643 BACK PORCH BOOGIE 45-1467
12 March 1953 [no. 2961] Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Owen Perry (+ Chet Atkins [gt], Eddie Hill [gt], Jerry Byrd [steel], "Lightnin'" Chance [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Marvin Hughes [piano]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
009 11247 USE YOUR IMAGINATION Capitol F2483
010 11248 YOU PLUS ME (EQUALS LOVE) F2650
011 11249 I COULD GO ON AND ON F2650
012 11250 WHILPOOL F2483
20 October 1953 [no 3144] KWKH Radio Station Studio, 327 Texas St., Shreveport, LA – Owen Perry (+ Jimmy Day [steel], Don Davis [bass], Ace Lewis [drums], Billy Peters [fiddle], Bernie Harkness [piano])
013 11833/JB 2799 NO STRINGS ATTACHED Capitol unissued/Banner 201
014 11834 PLAY LIKE YOU LOVE ME F2751
016 11836/JB 2800 BARKIN' UP THE WRONG TREE unissued/Banner 201

Bulllet (1947)
631 Louisiana Stomp / Two Can Play The Game – 02-47 (rev. March 1)
4 Star (1949)
1381 Pickin' 'Em Up / Yesterday's Lilacs – 49
45-1428 Love You Till The Cows Come Home / I'm Building A Ladder - 50
45-1467 Why Should I Cry Over You / Back Porch Boogie - 50
Capitol (1953-)
F2483 Use Your Imagination / Whirlpool – 06-53 (rev. June 6)
F2650 I Could Go On And On / You Plus Me – 11-53 (rev. Nov. 28)
F2751 All Dressed Up With No Place To Go / Play 'You Love Me' – 03-54
Banner 201 No Strings Attached / Barkin‘ Up The Wrong Tree -   (probably leased Capitol masters)


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