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CD D 342

101 RANCH BOYS. B.A.C.M. 342

Billed by Variety Magazine in the late '40s as the "Fastest rising cowboy band in the land" , this talented group had begun in 1937 with celebrated musicians Andy Reynolds (guitar) and Cliff Brown (fiddle) joined soon after by accordionist William "Smokey" Roberts and much later by Leonard T. Zinn who added steel guitar and comedy. Here, a nice variety of cowboy, country and popular tunes as well as some great guitar instrumentals featuring Zinn.


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CD D 647

BROTHERS IN COUNTRY MUSIC. Various Artists. BACM CD 647

Another collection of Old Time Songs & Tunes, following on from our CD 340 and CD 364 compilations, this time focussing on brother acts. Thanks to BACM co-founder Brian Golbey for the sleeve notes and for digging deep into his private collection. Many of the tracks are from the very first generation of country recording artists - some of whom have featured on earlier BACM collections (like the Carlisle Brothers, the Callahan Brothers, the Delmore Brothers and the Morris Brothers). A treat for fans of early hillbilly roots music.


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CD D 281

OKLAHOMA ED MOODY Down The Trail To Home. B.A.C.M. 281

Another Oklahoma born singer/ songwriter with a fine voice who made few recordings but all of them excellent; 20 songs recorded 1945/47 with an interesting variety of accompaniments. Nice version of Woody & Jack Guthrie's "Oklahoma Hills".


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CD D 190

OKLAHOMA WRANGLERS Hillbilly Rhythm. B.A.C.M. 190

A.K.A. the Willis Brothers, these 24 Okie Wranglers' tracks (including three instrumentals) were cut in the 1940s/50s, well before their big 1960s hits "Give 'em 40 acres" (1964) and "Bob" (1967).


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CD D 340

OLD TIME TUNES & SONGS 1926 – 1937. B.A.C.M. 340

26 recordings from the great era of old time music are here, some on CD for the first time.


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CD D 364

OLD TIME TUNES & SONGS Vol. 2 1924-1954. B.A.C.M. 364

Following lots of positive feedback to the earlier BACM 340 collection, another selection of rare and historical tunes and songs of all styles, lovingly put together - in total, 22 songs from the 20s and 30s.


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CD D 508

OPERATIC COWBOYS From The Early 30s. BACM CD 508

No one could accuse us of not trying to ‘Cover all bases’ in our trawls through the historic roots of Country Music! Here are some long lost recordings – from the era when silent movies were on the way out and the movie makers were experimenting with soundtracks to find the right sound to go with their cowboy movies. This was before the explosion of popular Singing Cowboys with the likes of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers and some of the early singers featured here had switched from the worlds of opera and musicals. The Fred Scott recordings are especially rare - recovered from an old tape, possibly the only one in the world?


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CD D 139

OTTO GRAY’S OKLAHOMA COWBOYS Early Cowboy Band. B.A.C.M. 139

Late 1920s, early 30s recordings from this influential and important Western band.


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CD D 609

OVERSTAKE SISTERS – Vol. 3. Ridin’ Down The Trail Together. BACM 609

Following requests from many customers who enjoyed Volumes 1 and 2, here is another CD of recordings by the Overstake Sisters (the "Little Country Girls") blending their voices beautifully to each song. These songs were not commercially released. They actually derived from a fine series of transcriptions on 16" discs that MM Cole made up for radio stations. Two of the sisters’ solo recordings can be found on other BACM CDs (Judy Martin, nee Eva Overstake on BACM discs 96 and 234 – and Jenny Lou Carson, nee Lucille Overstake on BACM 200).


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CD D 98

OVERSTAKE SISTERS Vol. 1 I’m Riding On A Rainbow. B.A.C.M. 98

Evelyn, Lucille and Eva cut these 28 transcription recordings in the 1940s - an interesting and very listenable to mix of songs. Lucille changed her name to Jenny Lou Carson and under that name wrote many fine songs.


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CD D 99

OVERSTAKE SISTERS Vol. 2 End Of The Trail. B.A.C.M. 99

More transcriptions (28 songs); follow up to CD 098.


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CD D 210

OZIE WATERS It’s Indian Summer. B.A.C.M. 210

Singing cowboy and guitarist with a fine 'Pop singer' voice, here with a selection of transcription and commercial recordings from 1944-47; various accompaniments and some with Water's fine solo guitar.


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CD D 320

OZIE WATERS The Colorado Ranger Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 320

More Cowboy / Western music from this singer and actor; a companion to our well received earlier CD, "Ozie Waters - It's Indian Summer" CD (BACM210).


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CD D 50

THE OKEH LABEL Classic Old Time Music. B.A.C.M. 50

The cream of early (1920s/1930s) performers are here on this legendary label - including a young Roy Rogers.


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CD D 22

THE ORIGINAL BEVERLY HILL BILLIES. B.A.C.M. 22

This group was launched in 1930 on station KNPC in Beverly Hills, LA as a novelty act, playing 'Musical hillbillies, come into town from out thar in the hills", and rapidly built a massive fan base. Superb musicians and entertainers with an enormous repertoire of songs they had a big influence on the early Sons Of The Pioneers among others. Here we have selected 24 songs from 1930-1937 showing this historically important band in their various formations of members.


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