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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Ricky Coyne

*1943 Boston, MA
by Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank
Fall 1958 unknown – Ricky Coyne
001 9111/ZTSP-28329 I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER Fenwick 1011 Event E-4289 EARCD-90127 [alt.] EARCD-90127
002 9112/ZTSP-28328 ROLLIN' PIN MIM Fenwick 1011 Event E-4289/Eagle CD 90203 BCD 16440 EARCD-90127
ca March 1959 unknown - Ricky Coyne And His Guitar Rockers
003 ZTSP-29240 ANGEL FROM HEAVEN Event E-4294/EARCD 90127
004 ZTSP-29241 I WANT YOU TO KNOW Event E-4294/EARCD 90127 BCD 16440
from sessions above or below
ca October 1959 unknown - Ricky Coyne And His Guitar Rockers
008 ZTSP-62295 KAW-LIGA E-4298/EARCD-90127
009 ZTSP-62296 LITTLE DARLEEN Event E-4298 /EARCD 90127
ca late 1950s unknown – Ricky Coyne
010 WRONG TRAIN Eagle EARCD 90127
012 OOBY DOOBY Eagle EARCD 90127
013 LOTTA LOVIN‘ Eagle EARCD 90127
014 SLOW DOWN Eagle EARCD 90127
9 February 1967 New York City – Rick Coyne (orch. conducted by Bill Walker)
015 102,056 THE MINUTE YOU’RE GONE MGM K13799
016 102,057 LITTLE DREAMER K13799
017 102,058 SOMEONE ELSE’S ARMS K13707
018 102,059 HUSH PRETTY BABY K13707

Eagle [GER] EARCD-90127 Ricky Coyne Meets Andy Dio: Rollin' Pin Mim; Daisy Belle* [alt.]; Short Fat Fannie; Rough And Bold*; I Want You To Know; Sattelite*; Blueberry Hill;
I'll Love You Forever; You Are My Sunshine*; Little Darleen; Hey! Little Bluebird*; Angel From Heaven; Daisy Belle*; Wrong Train [vers. 1]; Bonnie Jean*; Kaw-Liga; Some Of These Days*; Confidential; My Oldie But Goodie; Short Fat Fannie; Ooby Dooby; I'll Love You Forever; Lotta Lovin'; Slow Down - 99 Ricky Coune, *Andy Dio

Fenwick (1958)
1011 I'll Love You Forever / Rollin' Pin Mim – 10-58 (reissued on Event E-4289)
Event (1959)
E-4294 Angel From Heaven / I Want You To Know – 04-59
E-4298 Little Darleen / Kaw-Liga – 12-59
MGM (1967)
K 13707 Someone El's Arms / Hush Pretty Baby – 03-67
K 13799 The Minute You're Gone / Little Dreamer – 09-67

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.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 Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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