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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Whitey Pullen

Dwight A. Pullen, *05-03-1931 Blountsville, AL, +24-11-1961

by Praguefrank

December 1956 Nashville, TN - Whitey Pullen
001 1 I'M BEGGIN YOUR PARDON Delta 1503/Hydra BCK 27127
002 2 BROKE WAITING FOR A BREAK Delta 1503/Hydra BCK 27127
ca. January 1958 poss. Hollywood, CA - Dwight Pullen
003 CRC-126/19701 SUNGLASSES AFTER DARK Carlton 455/Hydra BCK 27127
004 CRC-127/19702 TEEN AGE BUG Carlton 455/Hydra BCK 27127
ca. July or August 1958 poss. Sage and Sand Recording Studio, 1534 No. Wilcox Ave, Hollywood, CA - Whitey Pullen
005 WALK MY BABY BACK HOME Sage 274/Crown CST 332 Hydra BCK 27127
006 DON'T MAKE ME CRY (I LOVE YOU) Sage 274/Hydra BCK 27127
007 BY YOU BY THE BAYOU Sage 279/Hydra BCK 27127
008 IT'S OVER WITH Sage 279/Hydra BCK 27127
December 1958 or January 1959 poss. Sage and Sand Recording Studio, 1534 No. Wilcox Ave, Hollywood, CA - Whitey Pullen
009 I LIVED A LIFETIME LAST TIME Sage 283/Hydra BCK 27127
010 YOU'LL GET YOURS SOMEDAY Sage 283/Hydra BCK 27127
011 LET'S ALL GO WILD TONIGHT Sage 294/Hydra BCK 27127
012 GENTLY Sage 294/Hydra BCK 27127
ca September 1959 poss. Sage and Sand Recording Studio, 1534 No. Wilcox Ave, Hollywood, CA - Whitey Pullen
013 I'M BEGGING YOUR PARDON Sage 303/Crown CST 332 Hydra BCK 27127
014 LET YOUR LEFT HAND KNOW Sage 303/Crown CST 332 Hydra BCK 27127
015 TUSCALOOSA LUCY Sage 313 Rollin Rock 45-017/Crown CST 332 Hydra BCK 27127
016 WALTZ OF THE STEEL GUITAR Sage 313Hydra BCK 27127
btw 1958/1960 poss. Sage and Sand Recording Studio, 1534 No. Wilcox Ave, Hollywood, CA - Whitey Pullen
017 2621/X1132 I WON THE DAY I LOST YOU Sage 372/Crown CST 332 Hydra BCK 27127
018 2622/X1133 CRAZY IN LOVE Sage 372/Hydra BCK 27127
019 SO MUCH TO REMEMBER Crown CTS 332 Hydra BCK 27127
020 WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO Crown CTS 332 Hydra BCK 27127
021 WALTZ OF THE BLUES Crown CTS 332 Hydra BCK 27127
022 EVERYBODY'S ROCKIN' C 22 Rollin Rock 45-005/Sage C 22 Hydra BCK 27127
023 MOONSHINE LIQUOR Crown CTS 332/Hydra BCK 27127
024 TIGHT SLACKS Crown CTS 332 Rollin Rock 45-017Hydra BCK 27127
025 DRINKIN' WINE SPO DEE O DEE Rollin Rock 45-005/Hydra BCK 27127

Crown CLP-5332/CTS-332 Country Music Star: Walk My Way Back Home; Moonshine; What Are We Going To Do; Tight Slacks; Tuscalusa Lucy; So Much To Remember; I Won The Day I Lost You; Let Your Left Hand Down; Waltz Of The Blues; I'm Beggin' Your Pardon - 63
Hydra [GER] BCK 27127 Sunglasses After Dark: I'm Beggin' Your Pardon.; It's Over With; Let Your Left Hand Know; Let's All Go Wild; Moonshine Liquor; So Much To Remember; Sunglasses After Dark; Teenage Bug; Tight Slacks; Tuscaloosa Lucy; Walk My Way Back Home; Waltz Of The Blues; Waltz Of The Steel Guitar; What Are Going To Do; You'll Get Yours Someday - 06

Delta (1956)
1503 I'm Begging Your Pardon / Broken Waiting For A Break - 57
Carlton (1958)
455 Sunglasses After Dark / Teen Age Bug - 58
Sage (1958-60)
45-274 Walk Me Way Back Home / Don't Make Me Cry -10-58 (rev. oct. 20)
45-279 By You By The Bayou / It's Over You - 12-58
45-283 I Lived A Lifetime Last Night / You'll Get Yours Someday - 01-59 (rev. Feb. 9)
45-294 Gently / Let's All Go Wild Tonight - 05-59 (rev. June 8)
45-303 I'm Beggin' Your Pardon / Let Your Left Hand Know - 10-59 (rev. Nov. 9)
45-313 Tuscaloosa Lucy / Waltz Of The Steel Guitar - 01-60
45-372 Crazy In Love / I Won The Day I Lost You - 63
Rollin' Rock
45-005 Drinkin' Wine / Everybody's Rockin' - 72
45-017 Tuscaloosa Lucy / Tight Slacks Walk My Way Back Home - 74

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