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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Wink Lewis

by Mario Manciotti, Dick Grant, Praguefrank, Steve Hathaway

ca 1950 poss. Quinn Recording Co., 3104 Telephone Road, Houston, TX – Wink Lewis and Martha Lynn
001 WON’T YOU COME BACK Gold Star 1394/HBR CD 046
002 I’LL TAKE YOU BACK Gold Star 1394/HBR CD 046
1953 unknown - Wink lewis and The Circle O Ranch Boys
003 SAHW NESSIE Abbott 119 /HBR CD 046
004 THAT’S ME WHEN WITH YOU  Abbott 119/HBR CD 046
1954 unknown – Wink Lewis
005 I’M A HONKY-TONK DADDY Feature 1088/HBR CD 046
006 DID YOU FORGET Feature 1088/HBR CD 046
Summer 1955 Tanner 'N' Texas Studio, San Antonio, TX ­- Hoyle Nix & His West Texas Cowboys/*Deonne Dome with Hoyle Nix & His West Texas Cowboys (Hoyle Nix [fiddle], Wink Lewis [vcl-1], Deonne Dome [vcl-2] Ben Nix [rh gt],  Dusty Stewart [steel], Loran Warren [banjo], John Minnick [bass], Kenny Lane [drums],  Olen "Big Red" Hayes [fiddle], Kenneth "Little Red" Hayes [fiddle], Dale Burkett [piano])
007 REAL ROCKIN’ DADDY -1 Queen Q-149/White Label WLP-2801 HBR CD 046
000 ANOTHER YOU -2 Queen Q-149
ca 1956  unknown – Wink Lewis (Buzz Busby Band)
008 STAND STILL Queen Q-153/ HBR CD 046
009 LOW BALL BLUES Queen Q-153/ HBR CD 046
1956 unknown – Wink Lewis with Buzz Busby Band
010 1121 MORE TIME THAN ONE Tone 1121
011 1122 ZZZTT ZZZTT ZZZTT Tone 1121

ca 1965 unknown, TX? – Wink Lewis (Producer: R. Lee Beauchamp)
012 101-1 EVERY DOG HAS A DAY United Talent UT 101
ca 1965 unknown, TX? – Wink Lewis (Producer: Eddie Dunn, Bob Sloane)
013 101-2 BIG HIT RECORD NO. 1 United Talent UT 101


Hillbilly Researcher HBR CD 046 Wink Lewis and Martha Lynn: Won’t You Come Back; I’ll Take You Back; Goin‘ Huntin‘ Tonight (ML); Hero In Korea (ML);  Sahw Nessie (WL); That’s Me When With You (WL); I’m A Honky-Tonk Daddy Feature (WL); Real Rockin’ Daddy (WL);  Did You Forget (WL); Learning To Love (ML);  Suddenly There’s A Valley(ML);  Stand Still (WL); Low Ball Blues (WL); I Can’t Live Without Love (ML); Just For Fun (ML); I’m Willing To Try (ML); I’m Goin‘ Huntin‘ Tonight (ML); More Time Than One (WL); Zzztt Zzztt Zzztt (WL); When (ML); The End Of My World (ML) – 9-

Gold Star (ca 1950) w. Martha Lynn
1394 Won’t You Come Back / I’ll Take You Back – ca 50
Abbott (1953)
119 Sahw Nessie / That’s Me When With You – 53
Feature (1954)
1088 I’m A Honky-Tonk Daddy Feature / Did You Forget Feature – 54
Queen (1955)
Q-149  Real Rockin’ Daddy / Another You - 09-55 w. Hoyle Nix
Q-153 Stand Still / Low Ball Blues – ca 56
Tone (1956)
TO-1121 More Time Than One / Zzztt Zzztt Zzztt – 09-56 (rev. Sept. 8)

United Talent (ca 1965)
UT 101 Every Dog Has A Day / Big Hit Record No. 1 -  ca 65

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