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Monday, September 20, 2010

Cherokee Ramblers

By Tony Russell (Country Discography 19821-42), Praguefrank

10 July 1935 Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City – Cherokee Ramblers String Band (Bill Gattins [vcl-1/jugs], Walter Kitte [gt], Bill Power [banjo], Marion Orr [fiddle], Skinny Anglin [harmonica])
001 39683-A ALABAMA JUBILEE -1 Decca 5123
002 39684-A BULLY OF THE TOWN -1 5123
003 39685-A-B BOB MURPHY unissued
004 39686-A-B NEW LIBERTY unissued
005 39687-A-B BOLL WEEVIL BLUES unissued
006 39688-A-B HOUSE OF DAVID BLUES unissued
007 39689-A TALKIN’ BLUES -1 5122
008 39690-A I DON’T WORK FOR A LIVING -1 5122
009 39691-A-B Y.Z. SPECIAL unissued
Decca 5122 issued as by Bill Gatin
11 July 1935 Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City – Cherokee Ramblers String Band (Bill Gattins [vcl-1/jugs], Walter Kitte [gt], Bill Power [banjo], Marion Orr [fiddle], Skinny Anglin [harmonica])
011 39700-C MY LITTLE GIRL -1 5402
012 39701-C BACK UP AND PUSH 5402
013 39702-A HOME BRWE RAG 5138
014 39703-A-B HOME ON THE RANGE unissued
015 39704-A-B I DON'T LOVE NOBODY unissued
016 39705-A SHORTNING BREAD 5162
017 39706-A MAGNOLIA WALTZ 5162

Decca (1935)
5122 Talkin' Blues / I Don't Work For A Living - 07-35 Bill Gatin
5123 Alabama Jubilee / Bully Of The Town – 07-35
5138 Home Brew Rag / Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad – 10-35
5162 Magnolia Waltz / Shortning Bread – 12-35
5402 My Little Girl / Back Up And Push – 07-37

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