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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Jack Day

By Praguefrank & Michel Ruppli

17 May 1949 unknown - Jack Day
001 74926 ONE KISS TOO MANY Decca unissued
21 September 1949 unknown - Jack Day
002 75283 AFRAID Vocalion 55060
003 75284 I NEVER SEE MAGGIE ALONE 55060
004 75285 I'LL NEVER SLIP AROUND AGAIN Vocalion 55061
005 75286 THIS COLD WAR WITH YOU 55061
19 October 1949 unknown - Jack Day
006 75417 AN OLD CHRISTMAS CARD Vocalion 55072
007 75418 JOLLY OLD ST NICHOLAS 55072
008 75419 CARELESS KISSES 55073
009 75420 CHURCH MUSIC 55073
2 March 1950 poss. Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City - Jack Day
010 75914 PETER COTTONTAIL Coral 9-64036
011 75915 THE MAGIC MAN SONG Coral 9-64036
16 March 1950 Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City - Jack Day & Pinetoppers
012 75976 MULE BOOGIE Coral 9-64041
013 75977 COYOTE BLUES 9-64041
ca. May 1951 unknown – Jack Day
014 YW-7258 LONESOME TRUCK DRIVER'S BLUES Mercury 6343-x45
015 YW-7259 IDAHO STATE FAIR 6343-x45
ca.late 1959 unknown – Jack Day
016 RATTLE BONE BOOGIE Arcade 45-AR-155
017 RAPPIN' THE BASS –instr.- Arcade 45-AR-155

Vocalion*/Coral (1949-1950)
*55060 Afraid / I Never See Maggie Alone - 49
*55061 I’ll Never Slip Around Again / This Cold War With You - 49
*55072 An Old Christmas Card / Jolly Old St Nicholas - 11-49
*55073 Careless Kisses / Church Music – 11-49
9- 64036 The Magic Man Song / Peter Cottontail – 03-50
9- 64041 Coyote Blues / Mule Boogie – 04-50 w. Pinetoppers
9- 64058 An Old Christmas Card / Jolly Old Saint Nicholas – 50 (reissue of 55072)
Mercury (1951)
6343-X45 Idaho State Fair / Lonesome Truck Driver Blues -51
Arcade (1959)
45-AR-155 Rattle Bone Boogie / Rappin' The Bass – 01-60

1 comment:

  1. i believe it's the haley's comets who's made the backing on the arcade singles



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