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Monday, January 21, 2013

Bob Eaton

by Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank


4 January 1950 E. T. Herzog Recording Studio, 811 Race St., Cincinnati, OH - Bob Eaton
001 75690/CIN 5000 SOMEBODY‘S STEALIN‘ MY BABY‘S SUGAR  Decca 9-46219
003 75692/CIN 5002 IF I COULD WRITE A LOVE SONG  9-46216
004 75693/CIN 5003 SECOND HAND HEART  9-46219
3 July 1950 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville,  TN - Bob Eaton and The Lone Star Boys
005 76621/NA 2178 THE TEXAS SONG  46262
006 76622/NA 2179 VIRGINIA ON A SATURDAY NIGHT  9-46276
007 76623/NA 2180 MY DREAM BOAT STRUCK  9-46276
008 76624/NA 2181 OKLAHOMA HILLS  46262
ca March 1951 Nashville, TN - Bob Eaton, *and  Helen Carter
009 3078 I’M CRYIN‘ AT THE MOON TONITE Tennessee 779
ca. April 1952 Brown Radio Productions, 240 1/2 4th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Bob Eaton
011 E2KB-3705 DON’T YOU KNOW ME ANYMORE  838-45
012 E2KB-3706 unknown title
013 E2KB-3707 I LOVE YOU  838-45
014 E2KB-3708 unknown title


Decca (1950)
9-46216 If I Could Write A Love Song / I'm Saving My Mother's Wedding Ring For You – 03-50
9-46219 Second Hand Heart / Somebody's Stealin' My Baby's Sugar – 03-50
9-46262 Oklahoma Hills / Texas Song – 09-50 (rev. Sept. 9)
9-46276 Virginia On A Saturday Night / My Dream Boat Struck A Snag – 11-50 (rev. Nov. 18)
Tennessee (1951-52)
779-45 As Long As You Believe In Me, Little Darling (w. helen Carter) /  I'm Cryin' At The Moon Tonite - 51
838-45 Don’t Know Me Anymore / I Love You - 52

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