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Monday, July 23, 2012

R. D. Hendon

2nd version
By Praguefrank, Henk Scholts, Bill Daniels, Carl LaFong
SESSIONS
Early 1951 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys (Charlie Harris [gt], Johnny Cooper [gt], Herb Remington [steel], Tiny Smith [bass], Don Brewer [drums]
001 1834 THOSE TEARS ON YOUR EYES Freedom 5033/Cattle Compact CCD-329
002 1835 NO SHOES BOOGIE Freedom 5033/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. March 1951 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys
003 4083 OH! MR. PRESIDENT X20 Gilt Edge 5040/Cattle Compact CCD-329
004 4084 DON’T SAY NO X20 Gilt Edge 5040/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. May 1951 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys
005 5015 WANDERING BLUES X24/Cattle Compact CCD-329
006 5017 MARKING TIME X24/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. July or August 1951 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys
007 5081/6003 THIS MOON WON’T LAST FOREVER X 33 45-1590 /Cattle Compact CCD-329
008 5082/6004 I CAN’T RUN AWAY X 33/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. February 1952 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Cherokee Cowboys (Eddie Noack [vcl])
009 6030 I’D STILL WANT TO YOU 45-1595/Cattle Compact CCD-329
010 6031 MUSIC MAKING MAMA FROM TENNESSEE 45-1595/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. March 1952 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Cherokee Cowboys (Eddie Noack [vcl])
011 6073 PLEASE MR . POSTMAN 45-1599/Cattle Compact CCD-329
012 6074 THERE’S A PLACE IN MY HEART 45-1599/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. March 1952 Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D.Hendon and His Western Cherokee Cowboys (Eddie Noack [vcl])
013 6081 I’M GOING TO SEE MY BABY* X 41/Cattle Compact CCD-329
014 6082 NERVOUS BREAKDOWN X 41/Cattle Compact CCD-329
late 1952 ACA Studio, 5522 Washington Ave., Houston, TX - R.D. Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys (4-Star MN assigned in summer 1953
015 6383/ACA 2299 HIT AND RUN DRIVER Shamrock X-13/Cattle Compact CCD-329
016 6384/ACA 2300 BLUES BOOGIE Shamrock X-13 1644/Cattle Compact CCD-329
2 unissued Shamrock tracks
019 HIT AND RUN DRIVER Shamrock
April 1953 ACA Studio, 5522 Washington Ave., Houston, TX - R.D. Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys (4-Star MN assigned in summer 1953
020 6385/ACA-2520 AIN’T GOT A LICK OF SENSE Shamrock 1644/Cattle Compact CCD-329
021 6386?/ACA-2521 LITTLE WHITE COTTAGE unissued/Cattle Compact CCD-329
022 6387?/ACA-2522 STEP BY STEP unissued/Cattle Compact CCD-329
1953 Houston, TX - R. D. Hendon (vcl Chuck Davis)
023 6511 CRAZY MIXED UP KID X 86/Cattle Compact CCD-329
024 6512 TALKING TO MYSELF X 86/Cattle Compact CCD-329


1953 poss. Gold Star Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX – R.D. Hendon (vcl: Jerry Jericho [-1], Rocky Bill Ford [-2], Eddie Npacl [-3])
025 TRADEMARK -3 Blue Ribbon 3S-28/HBR bonus CD Cattle Compact CCD-329
026 SPANISH FIREBALL -3  3S-28/ HBR bonus CD Cattle Compact CCD-329
027 FOR NOW AND ALWAYS -3 3S-29/ HBR bonus CD Cattle Compact CCD-329
028 CRYING IN THE CHAPEL -1 3S-28/ HBR bonus CD Cattle Compact CCD-329
029 HEY JOE -1 3S-28/HBR bonus CD
030 DON’T THROW YOUR LIFE AWAY -2 3S-28/HBR bonus CD
031 A MESSAGE FROM THE TRADEWINDS -2 3S-28/HBR bonus CD
032 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION -1 3S-29/HBR bonus CD
033 I WON’T BE HOME NO MORE -2 3S-29/HBR bonus CD
034 DARLING, AM I THE ONE -1 3S-29/HBR bonus CD
035 TAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART -2 3S-29/HBR bonus CD
036 YESTERDAY’S GIRL -1 3S-29/HBR bonus CD

ca. October 1954 poss. Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX - R.D. Hendon
037 ST-2220/ST-15 YOU TRAVELED TOO FAR Starday 45-167/Cattle Compact CCD-329
038 ST-2221/ST-16 RETURN MY BROKEN HEART 45-167/Cattle Compact CCD-329
ca. May 1955 poss. Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX - R.D. Hendon
039 ST-2292 FOUR WALLS (AROUND MY HEART) 45-194
040 ST-2293 BIG BLACK CAT 45-194
ca. February 1956 poss. Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX - R.D.Hendon
041 ST-2397 WE SMILED 45-228/Cattle Compact CCD-329
042 ST-2398 DON'T PUSH ME (LET ME FALL) 45-228/ Cattle Compact CCD-329
May 1956 poss. Goldstar Recording Studio, 5628 Brock St., Houston, TX - R.D.Hendon
043 ST-2448 THE WALZ OF TEXAS 45-248/Cattle Compact CCD-329
044 ST-2449 LONELY NIGHTS 45-248/Cattle Compact CCD-329

ALBUMS
Hillbilly Researcher HBR bonus cd R.D. Hendon and his Western Jamboree Cowboys: (tracks in sessions list) - 04 (2004)
Cattle Compact [GER] CCD-329 R. D. Hendon and And His Western Jamboree Cowboys, 1951-1956: Blues Boogie (Inst.); Don't Push Me (Let Me Fall); Don't Say No; For Now And Always; Hit And Run Driver; I Ain't Got A Lick Of Sense; I Can't Run Away; I'd Still Want You; I'm Going To See My Baby; Little White Cottage; Lonely Nights; Marking Time; Music Making Mama From Memphis; Nervous Breakdown (Inst.); No Shoes Boogie; Oh Mr President; Please Mr Postman; Return My Broken Heart; Spanish Fireball; Step By Step; Talking To Myself; The Waltz Of Texas; The Wandering Blues; There's A Place In My Heart; This Moon Won't Last Forever (# 1); This Moon Won't Last Forever (# 2); Those Tears In Your Eyes; Trademark; We Smiled; You Crazy Mixed Up Kid; You Traveled Too Far – 06


SINGLES
Freedom (1951)
5033 Those Tears On Your Eyes / No Shoes Boogie – 51
4-Star / *Gilt Edge /**Shamrock (1951-54)
*5040 Oh! Mr President / Don't Say No – 51 (also on X-20)
X-24 Wandering Blues / Marking Time - 51
X-33 This Moon Won't Last Forever / I Can't Run Away – 51
45-1590 This Moon Won't Last Forever / Please Mr. Postman - 01-52
45-1595 I’d Still Want To You / Music Making Mama From Tennessee – 52 vcl Eddie Noack
45-1599 Please Mr . Postman / There’s A Place In My Heart – 52 vcl Eddie Noack
**X-13 Hit And Run Driver / Blues Boogie – 52
X-41 I'm Going To See My Baby [vcl-Eddie Noack] / Nervous Breakdown – 52
X-86 Crazy Mixed Up Kid / Talking To Myself - 53
**45-1644 Blues Boogie / Ain't Got A Lick Of Sense – 11-53 (rev. Nov. 14)


Blue Ribbon (EPs)
3S-28 R.D. Hendon’s Western Jamboree Cowboys: Jerry Jericho (Vocal) Hey Joe; Rocky Bill Ford (Vocal) Don’t Throw Your Life Away; Uncredited Vocal, But Actually Eddie Noack – Trademark; Jerry Jericho (Vocal) Crying In The Chapel; Uncredited Vocal (Eddie Noack) Spanish Fireball;  Rocky Bill Ford (Vocal)A Message From The Tradewinds – 53
3S-29 R.D. Hendon’s Western Jamboree Cowboys: Jerry Jericho (Vocal) Free Home Demonstration;  Rocky Bill Ford (Vocal) I Won’t Be Home No More; Jerry Jericho (Vocal) Darling Am I The One;  Rocky Bill Ford (Vocal) Take These Chains From My Heart; Jerry Jericho    Yesterday’s Girl; Uncredited Vocal (Eddie Noack) For Now And Always – 53
Starday (1954-56)
45-167 You Traveled Too Far / Return My Broken Heart – 12-54
45-194 Big Black Cat / Four Walls (Around My Heart) – 06-55
45-228 Don't Push Me (Let Me Fall) / We Smiled – 03-56 (rev. March 24)
45-248 The Waltz Of Texas / Lonely Nights – 06-56

1 comment:

  1. 4 Star 45-1595 label indicates "Western JAMBOREE Cowboys".
    Best regards!

    ReplyDelete

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.
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Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
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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.
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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.
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