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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Jimmy Wolford

by Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli, Thieu Van De Vorst


ca. November 1957 Hollywood, CA - Jimmy Wolford
001 6950-C TEENEY WEENEY MAN 4 Star 45x1714/BCD 16876
002 6951-C MY NAME IS JIMMY 45x1714/BCD 16876
BEAR FAMILY BCD 16876 THAT’LL FLAT GIT IT VOL. 26 (4 star) (GER, 2008)
15 September 1960 [no 9663] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Jimmy Wolford
003 34481 STREAMLINED CANNON BALL  unissued
004 34482 OCEANS OF EMOTIONS  unissued
005 34483 IMPAITENT HEART  4606
ca. October 1970 Nashville, TN - Jimmy Wolford (Producer: Dallas Frazier) [poss. S-9235/8]
007 S-9235? WHEN THE SONG IS OVER  Starday 45-911
008 S-9236 I WOKE UP IN A TREE 45-911
there is also album on Wolfe (below) which may have been recorded by different singer

Wolf WO-1000 Hatfields And McCoys The Great Vendetta: Men Who Matched The Mountains; Devil Anse And Randall; Bad Jim Vance ; Trial Of The Hog; Johnsie And Rose Anne; Rose Anne; Three Brothers; Frank Phillips; War Between Two States; Sacreligious Sunday; Cotton Tops; "Cap" Hatfield; The Baptism Of Devil Anse  – 12-76 Jimmy Wolford, Bob Stanley,Larry Johnson (JW may have been different person as on the above tracks)

4 Star (1957)
1714x45 My Name Is Jimmy / Teeney Weeney Man – 01-58 (rev. Jan. 6)
Capitol (1961)
4606 Goin' Steady With The Blues / Impatient Heart  - 07-61 (rev. July 31)
Starday (1970)
45-911 I Woke Up In A Tree / When The Song Is Over - 70

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