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Friday, January 18, 2013

Chuck Wood

by Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti


24 January 1966 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Chuck Wood
001 2-33729 THE OTHER MAN  Mercury 72555
002 2-33730 ONLY ONCE unissued
003 2-33731 FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 72555
21 July 1966 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Chuck Wood (Producer: Roy Dea)
004 2-38347 LONELY’S THE ONLY HABIT I GOT  72609
005 2-38348 I REALLY GOT THE BUSINESS  72609
006 2-38349 FORM WARM TO COOL TO COLD  unissued
ca May 1967 Singleton Sound Studio, 3106 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN - Chuck Wood  (Producer: Shelby Singleton, Jr.)
007 711-58 CHEATING TRACES SSS-738
ca May 1967 Singleton Sound Studio, 3106 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN - Chuck Wood  (Producer: Shelby Singleton, Jr.)
009 711-76 SON, DADDY TOLD YOU A LIE  SSS-703
ca June 1968 Singleton Sound Studio, 3106 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN - Chuck Wood  (Producer: Shelby Singleton, Jr.)
010 711-282 T’S NOT THE BEST WAY TO LIVE SSS-738
1971 unknown – Chuck Wood
012 SHE’S THERE WHEN I COME HOME  Ambertone 45-104
there is also norhtern soul singer with same name (WB, Era, Roulette) as for Monumental single, I’m not sure who of them recorded it

Mercury (1966)
72555  The Other Man / Friday Night Fights – 04-66 (rev. May 7)
72609  I Really Got The Business / Lonely’s The Only Habit I Got – 09-66 (rev. Sept. 24)
SSS Int. (1967)
SSS-703 I’m The Mail She’s Waiting For / Son, Daddy Told You A Lie – 06-67 (rev. June 6)
SSS-738 Cheating Traces / It’s Not The Best Way To Live – 04-68 (rev. May 4)
Ambertone (1971)
AT45-104 She's There When I Come Home / The Bottle In The Hand (Is Much Stronger Than The Man) - 71

M-518 I’ll Be Home Again / My Cindy Lou  - 09-65

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