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Friday, August 10, 2012

Moore Sisters (Dick Grant)

THE MOORE SISTERS

SESSION DISCOGRAPHY

THE MOORE SISTERS

Radio Station WOR New York City, N.Y.: ca. February 1946

Viola Moore (vcl); Bella Moore (vcl); Yvonne Moore (vcl); Unk (rhy gtr); Unk (accdn); Producer:

S.R. 1722-2 I WANT TO BE A COWBOY’S SWEETHEART Sonora H 7010-A

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S.R. 1723-2 CHIME BELLS Sonora H 7011-B

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S.R. 1724 RIDIN’ DOWN THAT OLD TEXAS TRAIL Sonora H 7010-B

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S.R. 1725-2 PALACE IN DALLAS Sonora H-7011-A

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NB(1): SONORA H 7010 released Monday 15th April 1946.

NB(2): SONORA H 7011 released Monday 15th April 1946.

THE MOORE SISTERS

Radio Station WOR New York City, N.Y.: ca. March 1946

Viola Moore (vcl); Bella Moore (vcl); Yvonne Moore (vcl); Unk (rhy gtr); Unk (accdn); Producer:

S.R. 1760-1 THE COWPUNCHER’S WALTZ Sonora H 7019-B

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S.R. 1761-2 BOOGIE-WOOGIE COWBOY H 7019-A

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S.R. GOIN’ DOWN TO SANTA FE TOWN Sonora H 7020-A

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S.R. HEART IN THE HEART OF TEXAS H 7020-B

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NB(1): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 6th July 1946-SONORA H 7019.

NB(2):SONORA H 7019 reviewed SONRA advert Saturday 6th July 1946-The nationally popular Moore Sisters bring their songs direct to SONORA RECORDS from their own radio show over New York’s WOR and the Mutual Broadcasting System.

NB(3): SONORA H 7019 released Monday 1st July 1946.

NB(4): SONORA H 7019 reviewed Billboard Record Reviews Saturday 20th July 1946.-The Moore Trio (Viola, Bella and Yvonne) should please their fans with this brace of Western ditties. In its line the platter comes close to being socko all around-in material, treatment and qualityof reproduction. Top side is an 8-to-the-bar item geared to cowboy nickel-plungers, and the lassescasuallytrip off the tricky lyrics. Flip-over is in three-quarter time, rather melodic but schmaltzy. Harmonizing is again close and punchy. Predominant in the band backing is a somewhat overly pungent accordion and an underlying git-box. The girls inject their well-known yodelling only on “COWPUNCHER’S WALTZ,” however.

Both sides spell nickel-play for this Western platter.

NB(5: SONORA H 7020 released Monday 1st July 1946.

THE MOORE SISTERS with The Big Buckaroos

Radio Station WOR New York City, N.Y.: ca. October 1946

Viola Moore (vcl); Bella Moore (vcl); Yvonne Moore (vcl); Unk (rhy gtr); Unk (accdn);

Producer:

S.R. 1889-2 I BETCHA MY HEART I LOVE YOU Sonora H 7028-B

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S.R. 1890-2 CHOO CHOO CH’BOOGIE H 7028-A

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S.R. 1891 ? INFLATION Sonora H 7033-A

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S.R. 1892 ? ROSE OF THE ALAMO H 7033-B

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S.R. 1893 ? IDA-IDAHO Sonora H 7035

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S.R. 1894-1 MISSOURI Sonora H 7031-A

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S.R. 1895-1 BLUEBERRY LANE H 7031-B

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S.R. 1896 ? MET A GIRL IN TEXAS IN CAL-I-FOR-NI-A Sonora H 7035

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NB(1): SONORA H 7028 released Monday 4th November 1946.

NB(2): SONORA H 7028 released Monday 11th November 1946.

NB(3): AMERICAN MUSIC, Inc. advert Billboard Saturday 30th November 1946- “MISSOURI”.

NB(4): SONORA H 7031 released Monday 9th December 1946.

NB(5): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 14th December 1946-SONORA H 7028 and SONORA H 7033.

NB(6): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 14th December 1946-“INFLATION” promises to be one of the hottest novelty tunes in years-with witty jibes at present high prices and their comicalpossibilities. The MOORE SISTERS give it real wallop in their popular rollicking style. For jump’n jive and real hot licks, these records can’t be beat.

NB(7): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 11th January 1947SONORA H 7028and SONORA H 7033.

NB(8): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 11th January 1947-Everybody’s talking about inflation-everybody’s listening to “INFLATION.” Done in a rollicking jump’n jive style that will make the MOORE SISTERS one of America’s most popular singing trios, this witty novelty tune means a big play for you. Get these records in your boxes now and watch the nickels roll in.

NB(9): SONORA H 7033 released Monday 13th January 1947.

NB(10): BILLBOARD Advance Releases-Saturday 25th January 1947-SONORA H 7035.

NB(11): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 1st February 1947-SONORA H 7028 and SONORA H 7033.

NB(12): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 1st February 1947-The MOORE SISTERS, one of the country’s leading Western trios, have a rollicking jump’n jive style that puts real Western flavor into their rhythm guitar arrangements. Featured on their own MBS radio show, the girls have a big fan following that means lots of calls.

NB(13): SONORA H 7035 released Monday 10th February 1947.

NB(14): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 15th February 1947-SONORA H 7035.

NB(15): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 15th February 1947-These two new tunes, sung by the Moore Sisters promise a big play in the juke boxes as well as over-the-counter. The girls sing their rollicking Western songs to snappy rhythm guitar arrangements that keep their many fans coming back for more. Profit now from the popularity these girls are winning on their MBS radio show.

NB(16): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 15th March 1947-SONORA H 7031.

NB(17): Billboard Advance Releases Saturday 15th March 1947-SONORA H 7031.

NB(18): SONORA Records advert Billboard Saturday 15th March 1947SONORA H 7031-Western style singing is more popular than ever brfore-and with the Moore Sisters plugging their authentic cowgirl style on their WOR radio show, you get a ready and waiting fan following. Once you hear their rollicking rhythm arrangements, you’ll know the Moore Sisters are one of America’s favourite Western trios.

DISCOGRAPHY compiled by DICK GRANT, AL TURNER & BILL DANIELS with acknowledgents to Mario Manciotti and Frantisek Frank.

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