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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Rocky Porter

by Praguefrank
23 October 1951 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Rocky Porter
001 CO 47131 I’VE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH AN ANGEL  4-20903/Cattle Compact CCD-310
002 CO 47132 KEEP ON KEEPING ON  4-20903/Cattle Compact CCD-310
21 May 1952 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Rocky Porter
003 CO 47991/NASH 1488  PLEASE SAY A PRAYER (FOR THE BOYS OVER THERE) 4-21028/Cattle Compact CCD-310
005 CO 47993/NASH 1480 THE ALL-SEEING EYE  4-21028/Cattle Compact CCD-310
006 CO 47994/NASH 1481 ZSP-9902  SUPPOSE  4-20980/Cattle Compact CCD-310
28 March 1954  poss. Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Rocky Porter
007 CO 51201/NASH 1822?/ZSP-31537  THE WORLD IS A MONSTER  4-21264/Cattle Compact CCD-310
008 CO 51202/NASH 1823?/ZSP-31538  I TALKED TO THE MAN IN THE MOON  4-21264/Cattle Compact CCD-310
009 CO 51203/NASH 1824?/ZSP-31539  I KNEW IT ALL ALONG  4-21325/Cattle Compact CCD-310
010 CO 51204/NASH 1825?/ZSP-31540  DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER  4-21325/Cattle Compact CCD-310
Mid 1957 unknown – Rocky Porter
011 HO8W-2186 CRYSTAL BALL Stars 549
012 HO8W-2187 FIRST SIGHT Stars 549
1968 unknown – Rocky Porter(Producer: Troy L. Martin)
013 SoN 56431 I KEEP DREAMIN ON YOU 1025
014 SoN 56432 THE WORLD IS A MONSTER 1025
1972 unknown – Rocky Porter (Big M Production)
016 SoN 105122 YOU TAKE HER LOVE FROM Big M 1003

Cattle Compact [GER] CCD 310 The Golden Age Of Country Music
: [Rocky Porter:] I've Fallen In Love With An Angel; Keep On Keeping On; I'm In Love With No One (But I'm Looking For Someone To Love); Suppose; Please Say A Prayer (For The Boys Over There); The All-Seeing Eye; The World Is A Monster; I Talked To The Man In The Moon; I Knew It All Along; Don't Forget To Remember; [Cody Fox:] (Let Me Sing In) Echo Valley; In The Chapel In The Moonlight;  Tiger Rag (Inst.); Oh! She's Crazy; [Wiley & Gene:] All Over Nothing At All; Somebody Stole My Little Darlin'; It's All Over Now (I Won't Worry); Don't Be Jealous Of My Yesterdays; You Don't Love My Anymore (Little Darling); There's Always Somebody Else; You've Got To Pay The Fiddler; Stolen Kisses; [Gene Sullivan:] Good Gosh Almighty How I Love You; Walkin' And A Talkin'; Inflated Love; Would You Forgive Me? – ca 02

Columbia (1952-54)
4-20903 Keep On Keeping On / I've Fallen In Love With An Angel – 14-03-52
4-20980 Suppose / I'm In Love With No One – 18-07-52
4-21028 The All-Seeing Eye / Please Say A Prayer – 17-10-52
4-21264 I Talked To The Man In The Moon / The World Is A Monster – 14-06-54
4-21325 I Knew It All Along / Don't Forget To Remember – 10-54
Stars (1957)
549 Crystal Ball / First Sight – 08-57
Silver Star (1968)
1025 I Keep Dreaming On You /  The World Is A Monster - 68
Big M (1972)
1003 Trying To Get My Baby Off My Mind / You Take Her Love From – 72

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