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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Stan Robinson

by Praguefrank, Carl G. Cederblad
SESSIONS also member of The Appalachians

ca. November 1958 poss. RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Stan Robinson
001 MO-511 MY HEART BEETS 45-402
002 MO-512 BOOM-A-DIP-DIP 45-402
ca. March 1959  poss. RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Stan Robinson (Stan Robinson [vcl], Boots Randolph [sax] + unknown musicians)
003 MO-538 NUTHING 45-405
004 MO-539 IF I WERE A FOOL 45-405
1960 poss. Nashville, TN – Stan Robinson
005 SO 731 START TO JUMP Totsy 601
1960 unknown – Stan Robinson (Producer: Buddy Smith)
007 5718 CAN SHE GIVE YOU FEVER Amy 810
008 5719 RHINOCEROS Amy 810
1961 unknown – Stan Robinson (Producer: L. Stalman – S.Jacobson)
009 5836 NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Amy 818
010 5837 EXODUS OF PEPE Amy 818

Monument (1958-1959)
45-402 Boom-A-Dip-Dip / My Heart Beats – 02-59 (rev. Feb. 23)
45-405 N-U-T-H-I-N-G / If I Were A Fool –  06-59 (rev. June 22)
Totsy (1960)
601 Start To Jump / St. James Infirmary Blues - 60
Amy (1960-61)
810 Can She Give You Fever / Rhinoceros – 09-60 (rev. Sept. 26)
818 North, South, East, West / Exodus Of Pepe – 03-61 (rev. Apr. 3)

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