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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

J.B. Whitmire‘s Blue Sky Trio

by Tony Russell, Praguefrank
5 August 1937 Hotel Charlotte, 237 West Trade St., Charlotte, NC – J.B. Whitmire‘s Blue Sky Trio (unknown line-up)
001 BS-011948-1 I’LL MEET YOU IN THE MORNING Bluebird B-7132 Montgomery Ward M-7718
002 BS-011949-1 IT‘S AN UNFIRENDLY WORLD B-8385 Montgomery Ward M-7718
003 BS-011950-1 DREAM BOAT B-7844 Montgomery Ward M-7719
004 BS-011951-1 A BEAUTIFUL PRAYER B-8171 Montgomery Ward M-7719
005 BS-011952-1 WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN B-8512 Montgomery Ward M-7720
006 BS-011953-1 IT WON'T BE VERY LONG B-8171 Montgomery Ward M-7720
007 BS-011954-1 I'LL BE LIST'NING B-7550 Montgomery Ward M-7721
008 BS-011955-1 I DREAMED I MET MOTHER AND DADDY B-7550 Montgomery Ward M-7721
009 BS-011956-1 MY COMING VACATION B-7132 Montgomery Ward M-7722
010 BS-011957-1 GETTING READY TO LEAVE THIS WORLD B-7844 Montgomery Ward M-7722
22 August 1939 Kimball House, Atlanta, GA – J.B. Whitmire‘s Blue Sky Trio (unknown line-up)
011 BS-041234-1 FARTHER ALONG Bluebird B-8512 Montgomery Ward M-8508
012 BS-041235-1 I‘VE CHANGED MY MIND B-8385 Montgomery Ward M-8508
013 BS-041236-1 DID YOU EVER GO SAILING B-8310 Montgomery Ward M-8507
014 BS-041237-1 NO SHADOWS B-8310 Montgomery Ward M-8507
015 BS-041238-1 AN EMPTY MANSION B-8344 Montgomery Ward M-8506
016 BS-041239-1 LET ME GO DOWN TO THE RIVER B-8344 Montgomery Ward M-8506
017 BS-041240-1 TURN YOUR RADIO ON B-8280 Montgomery Ward M-8504
018 BS-041241-1 I‘D LIKE TO GO BACK B-8366 Montgomery Ward M-8505
019 BS-041242-1 JUST A LITTLE PINE LOG CABIN B-8280 Montgomery Ward M-8504
020 BS-041243-1 JUST OVER THE HILL B-8366 Montgomery Ward M-8505

Bluebird (1937-39)
B-7132 I’ll Meet You In The Morning / My Coming Vacation – 10-37
B-7550 I'll Be List'ning / I Dreamed I Met Mother And Daddy – 38
B-7844 Dream Boat / Getting Ready To Leave This World – 10-38
B-8181 A Beautiful Prayer / It Won't Be Very Long - 39
B-8280 Turn Your Radio On / Just A Little Pine Log Cabin – 10-39
B-8310 Did You Ever Go Sailing / No Shadows – 11-39
B-8344 An Empty Mansion / Let Me Go Down To The River – 12-39
B-8366 I‘d Like To Go Back / Just Over The Hill – 01-40
B-8385 It‘s An Unfirendly World / I‘ve Changed My Mind - 40
B-8512 Will The Circle Be Unbroken / Farther Along - 40
Montgomery Ward
M-7718 I’ll Meet You In The Morning / It‘s An Unfirendly World - 38
M-7719 Dream Boat / A Beautiful Prayer - 38
M-7720 Will The Circle Be Unbroken / It Won't Be Very Long - 38
M-7721 I'll Be List'ning / I Dreamed I Met Mother And Daddy - 38
M-7722 My Coming Vacation / Getting Ready To Leave This World - 38
M-8504 Turn Your Radio On / Just A Little Pine Log Cabin - 40
M-8505 I‘d Like To Go Back / Just Over The Hill - 40
M-8506 An Empty Mansion / Let Me Go Down To The River - 40
M-8507 Did You Ever Go Sailing / No Shadows - 40
M-8508 Farther Along / I‘ve Changed My Mind - 40

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