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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Sewen Rowe Brothers (Dick Grant)



SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS
SESSION DISCOGRAPHY

SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS                                                                                       Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1947
Jack Rowe (ldr/vcl); Luke Rowe (vcl/rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. “Lightning” Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. “Thunder” Rowe (stg bs); Henry “Hank” Rowe (dms).     Producer:

                          Unknown Title                                                        Pioneer CR-602
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                          Unknown Title                                                                      CR-602
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                          Unknown Title                                                        Pioneer CR-603
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                          Unknown Title                                                                      CR-603
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NB(1): PIONEER 602 released 1947.
NB(2): PIONEER 603 released 1947.

SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS                                                                                       Hollywood, Ca:                                                                       1947
Jack Rowe (vcl-1); Luke Rowe (rh gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).                                                                                                         Producer:

11-A                   SPRING BOOGIE BLUES  (Inst)                              Pioneer CR-607, White Label WLP-2810
                          (Maston)
12-A                   BIRTHDAY CAKE                                                   -1                                     CR-608,                     WLP-2810
                          (Maston-Hughes)                                                    Proper Properbox 50
                          Unknown Title                                                        Pioneer CR-609
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                          Unknown Title                                                                      CR-609
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NB(1): PIONEER CR-607/CR-608 released 1947.
NB(2): PIONEER CR-609 released 1947.
NB(3): WHITE LABEL WLP-2810 “BOPPIN’ HILLBILLY, Vol.10.” released Holland 1989.
NB(4): PROPER PROPERBOX 50 “HILLBILLY BOOGIE” released United Kingdom 2002.

THE SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS SWING BAND                                                         
                                       Sellers Co. Studio, 2102 Jackson Street    Dallas, Tx:         ca. Early 1949                                                                               
Jack Rowe (ldr/vcl-1); Luke Rowe (vcl-2/rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).                                                                                            Producer:

165                     BROKEN HEART              -1                                   Talent 731-B
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166                     OKLAHOMA MOON                                                -2                                  731-A
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NB(1): TALENT 731 released ca. April 1949.
NB(2): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases Saturday 15th October 1949-TALENT 731 NB(3): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases Saturday 22nd October 1949-TALENT 731.

THE SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS SWING BAND
                                       Sellers Co. Studio, 2102 Jackson Street    Dallas, Tx:         1949
Jack Rowe (ldr/vcl-1); Luke Rowe (rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).                                                                                                   Producer:

192/                    POLK COUNTY TWO STEP                                     (Inst)                  Talent 732-B, Krazy Kat KKCD-21
213 (wax)            (Rowe)
211                     GOOD LUCK TO YOU       -1                                             732-A
                          (Rowe)

NB(1): TALENT 732 released ca. April 1949.
NB(2) BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases Saturday 4th June 1949-TALENT 732.
NB(3): THE SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS SWING BAND recorded a number of other recordings for TALENT that remain unissued.
NB(4): KRAZY KAT KKCD-21 “PLAYBOY BOOGIE” released United Kingdom 2001.
SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS
                                                                                                                               Dallas, Tx:                                                             September 1949
Jack Rowe (ldr/vcl); Luke Rowe (rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).                                                                                                      Producer:

CO-41775            WALKING WITH THE BLUES                                                            Columbia 20660, Columbia 2-458
                          (Byers)
CO-41776            I WOULDN’T DOUBT YOU DARLING                                                Columbia 20685, Columbia 2-587
                          (Cindy Walker)
CO-41777            SAVE SOME LOVE FOR A RAINY DAY                                             Columbia 20660, Columbia 2-458
                          (Cindy Walker)
CO-41778            BORDERTOWN FIESTA                                         Columbia 20685, Columbia 2-587
                          (Ringman-Fisher)

NB(1): COLUMBIA 20660 released Monday 30th January 1950.
NB(2): COLUMBIA 2-458 (33⅓ rpm) released Monday 30th January 1950.
NB(3): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases-Saturday 4th February 1950-Columbia 20660/2-458).
NB(4): COLUMBIA 20685 released Monday 17th April 1950.
NB(5): COLUMBIA 2-587 (33⅓ rpm) released Monday 17th April 1950.
NB(6): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases- Saturday 22nd April 1950-COLUMBIA 20685/2-587).

NOTE: BILLBOARD Saturday 3rd June 1950-FOLK TALENT AND TUNES-The Rowe Brothers have opened a new branch of their agency in Springfield, Mo., which is headed by Charley Brown. They have a new open-end E.T show, starring Charley Akerson who is going with KMOX, ST. Louis, Mo.

NOTE: BILLBOARD Saturday 9th September 1950-FOLK TALENT AND TUNES-Jack Rowe and the Seven Rowe Brothers (Columbia) are operating the new Bridgeport Club, Dallas. The old club burned about eight months ago.

NOTE: BILLBOARD Saturday 20th January 1951-COLUMBIA SHUFFLES C&W ROSTER-Outgoing artists include the Seven Rowe Brothers.

JACK ROWE and His Wichita Mountain Boys
                                      Jim Beck Studio, 1101 Ross Avenue         Dallas, Tx:         Thursday 5th April 1951
Jack Rowe (ldr/vcl); Luke Rowe (rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr); D.L. Rowe (fdl); Earl Rowe (fdl); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).                                                                                                      Producer: Paul Cohen

80875/                STEELIN’ THE THEME                                            Decca 46320 A, Decca 9-46320
DA-11008            ()
80876/                TEXAS STOMP                 (Inst)                              Decca 46398 B, Decca 9-46398
DA-11009            ()
80877/                HILL TOP RAG                                                      Decca 46320 B, Decca 9-46320
DA-11010            ()
80878/                HEN HOUSE SHUFFLE                                          Decca (Uniss)
DA-11011            ()
80879/                BOMB BOSH BOOGIE                                            Decca 46398 A, Decca9-46398
DA-11012            (Cindy Walker)

NB(1): DECCA 46320/DECCA 9-46320 released Monday 28th May 1951.
NB(2): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases-Saturday 2nd June 1951-DECCA 46320/DECCA 9-46320.
NB(3): DECCA 46398/DECCA 9-46398 released Monday 4th February 1952.
NB(4): BILLBOARD Advance Folk (Country & Western) Record Releases-Saturday 9th February 1952-DECCA 46398/9-46398.

NOTE: BILLBOARD Saturday 26th January 1952-FOLK TALENT AND TUNES-Al Dexter is featuring the Rowe Brothers and the Wichita Mountain Boys at his Barn in Dallas. Les Willard, formerly manager of the Rowes, is now managing and singing with Bill and Joe Callahan (Columbia).  

LOUISE ROWE And The Seven Rowe Brothers Band
                                                   Yorktown Digital Works Inc.        Irving, Tx:          1998
Louise Rowe Beasley (vcl-1); Jack Rowe (vcl-2); L.J. Pritchett (vcl-3); Luke Rowe (rhy gtr); Guy Rowe (stl gtr-4); Jody McCauley (stl gtr-4); D.L. Rowe (fdl-5); Earl Rowe (fdl-6); Buddy Beasley (fdl-7); A.D. Rowe (stg bs); Hank Rowe (dms).
                                                                                                                               Producer: Louise Rowe

                          Theme Song                                                          (Inst)                  Indie No.#
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                          Unknown Title                  (Inst)                              Indie No.#
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                          HUNDRED KINDS OF LOVE                                                                      No.#
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                          GOOD LUCK TO YOU                                                      No.#
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                          WALKING WITH THE BLUES                                  (Inst)                            No.#
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                          HOME IN OKLAHOMA                                                      No.#
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                          SAVE SOME LOVE LOVE LOVE                                                                  No.#
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                          BORDERTOWN FIESTA                                                   No.#
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                          OKLAHOMA MOON                                                (Inst)                            No.#
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                          I WOULDN’T DOUBT, DARLING                                                                 No.#
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                          QUICKSILVER                                                                 No.#
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                          FIDDLE MEDLEY                                                   (Inst)-5-6-7                    No.#
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                          HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME                                                                  No.#
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                          JUST BECAUSE               -1                                             No.#
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                          I BELIEVE YOU LIKE TO MAKE ME CRY                                                     No.#
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                          SILVER LAKE BLUES       (Inst)                                        No.#
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                          OLD FASHIONED LOVE                                                   No.#
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                          TROUBLE IN MIND                                                -1                                 No.#
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                          I STILL CRY                                                                                             No.#
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                          TUXEDO JUNCTION        (Inst)                                        No.#
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                          RIGHT OR WRONG                                                                                  No.#
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                          WILD TURKEY                 (Inst)                                        No.#
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NB: INDIE No.# “LOUISE ROWE AND THE SEVEN ROWE BROTHERS BAND: 70 YEAR CELEBRATION” released 1999.                                                             

DISCOGRAPHY compiled by DICK GRANT, PHIL TRCKER, AL TURNER & JACK ROWE with acknowledgements to the late Ray Topping, the late Roy Link, John Burton, Dave Howe, Ian Saddler, Dave Sax; Keith Ward, Lillies Ohlsson,Mario Manciotti & Frantisek Frank.

1985-2013.

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