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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Bobby Bond



Robert William Reinhardt, *09-02-1944 Grand Rapids, MI
2nd version
by Praguefrank, Thieu Van De Vorst, Carl G. Cederblad
SESSIONS

April 1958 poss. Detroit, MI – Bob And The Rockbillies (Bob Reinhardt, Jim Braisted, Dick Wolf, Jerry Lewis)
001 J8OW-2936-2 BABY WHY DID YOU HAVE TO GO Blue Chip 011
002 J8OW-2937-2 YOUR KIND OF LOVE Blue Chip 011
ca. December 1960 poss. Detroit, MI – Bobby Bond And The Bandits
003 ZTSC-67309 SWEET LOVE Danceland D-1000 Jamie 1185
004 ZTSC-67310 LIVING DOLL Danceland D-1000 Jamie 1185
ca. November 1963 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 17th Avenue South, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Bobby Bond [vcl], Kelso Herston [gt], Ray Edenton [gt], Wayne Moss [gt],
Pete Drake [steel], Buddy Killen [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Hargus Robbins [piano], Charlie McCoy [harmonica], Boots Randolph [sax]. Producer: Bob Shad)
005 IT'S SO HARD TO FORGET YOU THAT WAY Time S-2122
006 FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW Time S-2122
007 GOLDEN WEDDING BAND Time S-2122
008 IT'S HARD TO BE A BIG MAN ON YOUR KNEES Time S-2122
009 THIS IS A LONELY LONELY TOWN Time S-2122
010 YOUR OWN PRECIOUS WAY Time S-2122
011 FIVE HUNDRED MILES Time S-2122
012 YOU'RE WALKIN' OUT OF MY LIFE TOMORROW Time S-2122
013 HOW'S EVERYTHING IN YOUR WORLD TODAY? Time S-2122
014 HALF-PAST ELEVEN O'CLOCK Time S-2122
015 DUEL AT DAWN Time S-2122
016 I CAN'T FIND MARY ANYWHERE Time S-2122
1965 unknown - Bobby Bond (Producer: John Hurley)
017 50501 YOU'VE GOT TIME Wand WND 1102/
018 50502 HONEY YOU’VE BEEN ON MY MIND WND 1102
1965 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond
019 KING OF THE ROAD Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400 SF-25200 SF-28800
020 CHUG-A-LUG Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
021 GREENBEANS Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
022 ENGINE ENGINE NO.9 Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
023 SAD EYES Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
024 DANG ME Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
025 KANSAS CITY STAR Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
026 CAMPTOWN RACES Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
027 YOU CAN'T ROLLER SKATE IN A BUFFALO HERD Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
028 SNOWBALLS IN JULY Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-24400
ca. late 1965 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond
029 A CITY CALLED BLUE Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-25200
030 ROVIN' GAMBLER Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-25200 SF-28800
031 ABILENE Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-25200 SF-28800
032 SIX DAYS ON THE ROAD Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-25200
1966 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond
033 DISTANT DRUMS Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
034 FOUR WALLS Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
035 RED RIVER VALLEY Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
036 WABASH CANNONBALL Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
037 DOWN IN THE VALLEY Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
038 HE'LL HAVE TO GO Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
039 YONDER COMES A SUCKER Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
040 STREETS OF LAREDO Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
041 HOME Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
042 BILLY BAYOU Somerset/Stereo Fidelity SF-26300
1966 unknown – Bobby Bond
043 KS-50055 TWENTY MEN Parrot PAR 10830
044 KS-50056? WHERE DOES THE MAN GO FROM HERE Parrot PAR 10830
31 January 1968 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond
045 N 50519 ANYWAY MGM K13951
046 N 50520 MR AND MRS. BROWN K13951
ca. early 1969 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Producer: Don Gant)
047 M 51570 ONE MORE MILE, ONE MORE TOWN (ONE MORE TIME) Warner Brothers 7292
048 M 51571 IF YOU'RE LEAVIN' ME 7292
ca. August 1969 Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond
049 M 17510 PACK MY SUITCASE 7341
050 M 17511 JENNIFER, IT'S GOODBYE 7341
ca. March 1970 poss. Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Producer: Don Gant)
051 F-1393 HOUSTON BLUES 45-K-1566
052 F-1394 LOOKING FOR MY TRACKS 45-K-1566 45-K-1649
053 F-1395 ONE MOR MILE, ONE MORE TOWN (ONE MORE TIME) 45-K-1630
ca. April 1970 poss. Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Producer: Don Gant)
054 F-1401 IF YOU'RE GOIN' GIRL 45-K-1610
ca. November 1970 poss. Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Producer: Don Gant)
055 PUT ME ON THE ROAD TO THE COUNTRY 45-K-1610
056 NOTHING NEW IN OKLAHOMA 45-K-1594
057 SIX WHITE HORSES 45-K-1630
058 F-1428 CASE OF THE BLUES 45-K-1594
ca. July 1972 Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Producer: Don Gant)
059 F-1580 YOU DON'T MESS AROUND WITH JIM 45-K-1649
060 F-1581? YOU CAN CLOSE YOUR EYES 45-K-1656
061 F-1582 NEXT TIME AROUND 45-K-1656
ca. August 1973 Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN – Bobby Bond (Don Gant)
062 /73L-5416* I'LL SING FOR YOU HK 305*
063 /73L-5417* JOHN MARTIN HK 305*

ALBUMS
Time 5122/S-2122 On The Country Side:
It's So Hard To Forget You That Way; Footprints In The Snow; Golden Wedding Band; It's Hard To Be A Big Man On Your Knees; This Is A Lonely Lonely Town; Your Own Precious Way; Five Hundred Miles; You're Walkin' Out Of My Life Tomorrow; How's Everything In Your World Today?; Half-Past Eleven O'Clock; Duel At Dawn; I Can't Find Mary Anywhere – 01-64 (MX: TY 270/1)
Somerset/Stereo Fidelity P/SF-24400 The Roger Miller Songbook:
King Of The Road; Chug-A-Lug; Greenbeans; Engine Engine No.9; Sad Eyes; Dang Me; Kansas City Star; Camptown Races; You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd; Snowballs In July - 65 (reissued on Alshire S-5312 Country Hits Made Famous By Roger Miller IN 1969)
Somerset/Stereo Fidelity P/SF-25200 A Country Boy Looks Down That Lonesome Road:
[Earl Cupit:] Lonesome Road; Detroit City; Saginaw Michigan; Goin' Down The Road; Columbus Stockade Blues; [Bobby Bond:] A City Called Blue; Rovin' Gambler; King Of The Road; Abilene; Six Days On The Road – 66
Somerset/Stereo Fidelity P/SF-26300 I Remeber Jim Reeves:
Distant Drums; Four Walls; Red River Valley; Wabash Cannonball; Down In The Valley; He'll Have To Go; Yonder Comes A Sucker; Streets Of Laredo; Home; Billy Bayou – 67
Somerset/Stereo Fidelity P/SF-28800 Country Boy Keeps Movin' On:
Roving Gambler; Knight Of The Road; Abilene; I'm Movin' On; King Of The Road; Detroit City; Memphis; Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy; I'll Be Here A Long Time; Salt Lake City – 11-67 Bobby Bond, Earl Cupit (sampler)
Suite 102 603-2 Studio 102 Essentials: Camptown Races;  Chug-a-lug;  Dang Me; Engine Engine Number Nine;  Kansas City Star;  King Of The Road;  Little Green Apples;  Sad Eyes;   Snowballs In July;  You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd 30-04-09 (possibly overdubbed masters)

SINGLES

Blue-Chip (1958) Bob And The Rockbillies
011 Baby Why Did You Have To Go / Your Kind Of Love - 58
Danceland (1960)
D-1000 Sweet Love / Living Doll – 01-61 (reissued in April 1961 on Jamie 1185)
Wand (1965)
WND-1102 You've Got Time / Honey You’ve Been On My Mind - 65
London/Parrot (1966)
45 PAR10830 Twenty Men / Where Does The Man Go From Here - 66
MGM (1968)
K 13951 Anyway / Mr. And Mrs. Brown - 07-68
Warner Brothers (1969)
7292 One More Mile, One More Town (One More Time) / If You're Leavin' Me - 05-69
7341 Pack My Suitcase / Jennifer, It's Goodbye - 09-69
Hickory (1970-73)
45-K-1566 Looking For My Tracks / Houston Blues - 05-70 (rev. May 23)
45-K-1594 Case Of The Blues / Nothing New In Oklahoma - 02-71
45-K-1610 If You're Goin', Girl / Put Me On The Road To The Country - 09-71
45-K-1630 One More Mile, One More Town (One More Time) / Six White Horses - 03-72
45-K-1649 You Don't Mess Around With Jim / Lookin' For My Tracks – 09-72 (rev. Sept. 30)
45-K-1656 Next Time Around / You Can Close Your Eyes - 01-73
HK 305 I'll Sing For You / John Martin - 09-73

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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 Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
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.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
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Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
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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