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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Jimmy Haynie

*19-12-1924 Canton, NC, +21-08-1987
by Praguefrank, Dick Grant, Mario Manciotti

1952 Radio Station WBT, Wilder Building, Charlotte, NC - Jim Haynie And Marie Bell
002 BLUE RIDGE JUMP Big Wheel 45-100
19 February 1953 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Jimmy Haynie
003 CO 49050/NASH 1638?/ZSP-13499 MY GUILTY SOUL Okeh 4-18033/ HBR CD #039
004 CO 49051/NASH 1639?/ZSP-13500 INSIDE MY HEART Okeh 4-18033/ HBR CD #039
005 CO 49052/NASH 1640?/ZSP-13501 IN THE SHADOW OF DREAM Okeh 4-18010/ HBR CD #039
006 CO 49053/NASH 1641?/ZSP-13502 WE DON’T HAVE TO WORRY NO MORE Okeh 4-18010/ HBR CD #039
25 March 1954 unknown – Jimmy Haynie
007 CO 51193 THE FAST SILVER METEOR Okeh 4-18045/ HBR CD #039 Cactus
008 CO 51194 JOHNNY ON THE SPOT Okeh 5-18054/ HBR CD #039 Cactus
009 CO 51195 DO YOU CARE FOR ME Okeh 4-18045/ HBR CD #039
010 CO 51196 MY MIND GOES BLIND Okeh 5-18054/ HBR CD #039 Cactus

Big Wheel (1952)
45-100 Bill Bailey (Won’t You Pleae Come Home) / Blue Ridge Jump – 52 w. Marie Bell
OKeh (1953-1954)
4-18010 In The Shadow Of Dream / We Don’t Have To Worry No More – 08-05-53 (rev. May 30)
4-18033 My Guilty Soul / Inside My Heart – 08-03-54
4-18045 The Fast Silver Meteor / Do You Care For Me – 12-07-54
4-18054 Johnny On The Spot / My Mind Goes Blank – 13-09-54

1 comment:

  1. Session 3/25/54
    CO 51194 Johnny On The Spot OKeh 4-18054 (9/13/54)
    CO 51196 My Mind Goes Blank OKeh 4-18054 (9/13/54)
    All 8 songs isued on HBR CD #039



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