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Monday, March 29, 2010

Dixie Reelers

By Tony Russell (Country Discography 1921-1942), Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti, Thieu Van De Vorst
20 June 1936 Hotel Charlotte, 237 West Trade St., Charlotte, NC - The Dixie Reelers (Ollie Bunn [vcl/fiddle], Daddy John Love [vcl/gt], Clarence todd [vcl/gt])
001 BS-102717-1 WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN MOTHER Bluebird B-6461Montgomery Ward M-5030 Twin FT8205/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613
002 BS-102718-1 MY HEART IS BROKEN FOR YOU B-6461 M-5030 Twin FT8205/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613
003 BS-102719-1 ANSWER TO MAPLE ON THE HILL, PART 2 B-6713 M-7099/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613
004 BS-102720-1 I'VE GOT TO WALK THE LONESOME VALLEY, PART.2 B-6713 M-7099/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613 JSP 7755
005 BS-102721-1 WALKIN' IN MY SLEEP B-6831 M-7101/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613
006 BS-102722-1 FATHER, DEAR FATHER B-6831 M-7101/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613 JSP 7761 JASMCD 3587
007 BS-102723-1 I SHALL NOT BE MOVED B-7958 M-7100/DOCD-8049 BACM CD D 613 JSP 7755
008 BS-102724-1 DO YOU WANT TO SEE MOTHER AGAIN? B-6738 M-7100/DOCD-8049

Document [UK] DOCD-8049 The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order - The Dixin Brothers, vol. 4 (1938): [Dixon Brothers:] Time For Me To Go; Beyond Black Smoke; When Gabriel Blows His Trumpet For Me; Speak Evil Of No Man; Jimmie And Sallie; The Story Of George Collins; The Light Of Homer Rogers; After The Ball; [Frank Gerald & Howard Dixon:] 'Twas Only A Dream; Answer To Broken Engagement; By The Old Oaken Bucket, Louise; [Frank Gerald, Howard Dixon & Mutt Evans:] Honey Baby Mine; My Trundle Bed; New Trouble; [Dixie Reelers*:] What A Friend We Have In Mother; My Heart Is Broken For You; Answer To Maple On The Hill - Part 2; Lonesome Valley - Part 2; Walkin' In My Sleep; Father, Dear Father; I Shall Not Be Moved; Do You Want To See Mother Again? - 07-09-00
BACM [UK] CD D 613 Recorded 1935-1936: [Daddy John Love:] Broken Hearted Blues; Greenback Dollar; Searching For A Pair Of Blue Eyes; Mean Old Jail House Blues; My Wife Went Away And Left Me; Railroad Blues; Triflin' Woman Blues; Over The Hills In Carolina; Budded Roses; What Makes Him Do It; My Little Red Ford; I Am Dreaming Of Mother; Cotton Mill Blues; Blue Days; No Place Like Home; Homeless Child; Where Is My Mama; [The Dixie Reelers:]  What A Friend We Have In Mother; My Heart Is Broken For You; Answer To Maple On The Hill; Lonesome Valley; Walkin' In My Sleep; Father Dear Father; I Shall Not Be Moved; Do You Want To See Mother Again? – 11-18

Bluebird (1936)
B-6461 What A Friend We Have In Mother / My Heart Is Broken For You - 07-36 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M-5030 and Twin FT8205)
B-6713 Answer To Maple On The Hill, Part.2 / I've Got To Walk The Lonesome Valley, Part.2 - 12-36 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M-7099)
B-6738 Do You Want To See Mother Again? / [Mainer's Mountaineers] - 01-37
B-6831 Walkin' In My Sleep / Father, Dear Father - 37 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M-7101)
M-7100 I Shall Not Be Moved / Do You Want To See Mother Again? - 37 (issued on Montgomery Ward)
B-7958 I Shall Not Be Moved / [Mainer's Mountaineers] Great Reaping Day - 12-38

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