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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Jerry McClendon

by Praguefrank
1971 Love Studios,  Sacramento, CA – Jerry McClendon (Jerry McClendon [vcl/gt], Larry King [ld gt], Jimmy Fox [steel], Bull Hall [bass], Jimbo Sharp [drums], Dee Ford [fiddle]. Producer: Jerry McClendon)
001 L 4148 SOMETIMES I CRY Love LR 103/ Raven LP
002 TAKE HER FLOWERS  Love LR 103/ Raven LP
late September or early October  1972 Buck Owens Studios, 1215 North Chester Ave., Bakersfield, CA – Jerry McClendon (Jerry McClendon [vcl], John McClendon [ld gt], Danny Jones [gt], Jimmy Fo [steel], Bill Hall [bass], Perry Jones [drums], Ray Bessbed [piano], The Raye Sisters [bck vcl])
003 DADDY DON'T YOU WALK SO FAST Raven 81079/ Raven LP
004 WALK IN SUNSHINE  Raven 81079/ Raven LP
005 THE WONDER OF YOU Raven 81081/ Raven LP
006 I WISH I WAS IN CALIFORNIA  Raven 81081/ Raven LP
ca June 1973 Bradley’s Barn, Mount Juliet, TN – Jerry McClendon (Jerry McClendon [vcl], Grady Martin [ld gt/dobro], Harold Bradley [gt], Ray Edenton [rh gt], Hal Rugg [steel], Bob Moore [bass], Buddy harman [drums], Buddy Spicher [fiddle], Charlie McCoy/Terry McMillan [harmonica])
007 IT’S GOLD Raven 81082/Raven LP
009 RUM RUNNER Raven 81082/ Raven LP
012 LOOK AT ME   Raven LP
013 unknown title unissued
014 unknown title unissued

Raven ? It’s Gold, It’s Gold: It's Gold; Let's Go Back To The Country; Rum Runner; There's A Right Way; Burnning No Bridges Ever; Look At Me; The Wonder Of You; I Wish I Was In California; Walk In Sunshine;  Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast; Sometimes I Cry; Take Her Flowers – ca 73

Love (1970-71)
LR 103 Sometimes I Cry / Take Her Flowers - 72
Raven (1972-84)
R-81079 Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast / Walk In Sunshine – 11-72
R-81081 Wonder Of You / I Wish I Was In California – 73
R-81072 It’s Gold / Rum Runner - 73

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