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Big Jim DeNoone-545
CD D 545

BIG JIM DeNOONE The Giant Of Western Swing BACM CD 545


Our first collection from Big Jim DeNoone, the best of his recordings on the 4 Star and Obit labels, 27 tracks, good solid late ‘40s/early 1950’s ‘Country’, including several hit covers. DeNoone was a bandleader and superb fiddle player (won the North West Fiddlers Contest three times, 1958-60 and earlier, was National Champion Fiddler); a regular on the northern California country scene in the mid ‘50s.

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Track listing:

- Stop That's My Cotton Pickin' Heart
- If My Pillow Could Talk (-2)
- I Couldn't Keep From Crying
- Dream Waltz
- Wednesday Night Swing
- Earthquake Heart
- That's Me Without You
- Long Lost Girl
- Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
- Big Jim Boogie
- Old Blue
- A Story Book Affair
- The Death Of Hank Williams
- I Believed In You
- Mexican Joe
- Whippoorwill
- A Woman's Way
- E Ramble
- Peeping Tom
- You Don't Know What Your Heart Wants To Do
- Crazy Fiddle
- Last Night I Kissed An Angel
- Fluid Drive
- Just Look Back
- Ukulele Waltz
- Just Another Broken Heart
- Straight Shift.

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Listen to sample tracks:

01 Stop That's My Cotton Pickin' Heart.mp3

26 Just Another Brocken Heart.mp3


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CD D 560

THE PANACHORD LABEL Vol. 2 Various Artists CD 560

BACM issued its first collection from Panachord back in 2002 (BACM CD30) and 15 years later are delighted to issue this second collection. Another treasure trove of early 1930s hillbilly, some of the artistes well known like The Carlisle Brothers, W. Lee O’Daniel & His Light Crust Doughboys and harmony group the Beverly Hillbillies – others obscure.


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561-150
CD D 561

SWINGING ON THE BRAZOS Unissued Demos etc. CD 561

An interesting slice of Western Swing History. Two dozen previously unissued recordings cut in Waco, Central Texas in the early 1950s, a mix of live performances and studio demos. Several tracks feature legendary fiddler Johnny Gimble. Thanks to Kevin Coffey for the research and liner notes, both for this one and for the Swinging On The Brazos CD.


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562-150
CD D 562

SHELTON BROTHERS Vol. 3 CD 562

This third collection spans the Shelton Brothers entire recording career from their first sessions in 1935 through to their last - two tracks from a 1961 E.P. Over the years they progressed from a Southeastern-flavoured harmony duo with Bob (v. and guitar) and Joe (v. and mandolin) plus fiddler Curly Fox - to hot western swing, featuring some of the top musicians of the era. A really enjoyable hour’s listening, nice mix of styles and tempos.


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CM041-Outer1
CD D 041

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1960 – (Vol. 1) CD 041

Tracks 1 -25 of the most popular original recordings of 1960, by the original artists. The Chart Memories Collection is a limited edition, mini-series created to appeal to all country music collectors.


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CM042-Outer1
CD D 042

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1960 – (Vol. 2) CD 042

Tracks 26 - 50 of the most popular original recordings of 1960, by the original artists. The Chart Memories Collection is a limited edition, mini-series created to appeal to all country music collectors.


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CM043-Outer1
CD D 043

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1960 – (Vol. 3) CD 043

Tracks 51 - 75 of the most popular original recordings of 1960, by the original artists. The Chart Memories Collection is a limited edition, mini-series created to appeal to all country music collectors.


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CM041-Outer1
CD D 044

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1960 – (Vol. 4) CD 044

Tracks 76 - 100 of the most popular original recordings of 1960, by the original artists. The Chart Memories Collection is a limited edition, mini-series created to appeal to all country music collectors.


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557-150
CD D 557

BILLY BARTON a.k.a Johnny Grimes & Hillbilly Barton CD 557

Billy Barton recorded under several stage names and was a true pioneer of both country and rockabilly. He was also a prolific and successful songwriter whose Dear John Letter has become a duet classic, recorded by (among others) Skeeter Davis & Bobby Bare, Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn as well as the original 1953 Jean Shepard & Ferlin Huskey smash hit. Our CD includes a couple of Barton’s 1952 duets with his friend, a young Johnny Horton. 10 of the tracks feature Barton's then wife, feisty voiced Wanda Wayne.


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558-150
CD D 558

DUSTY ELLISON & The Saddle Dusters Trail Of Dreams CD 558

Ellison was a formidable talent, now sadly almost completely written out of the Country history books. He was raised in Oklahoma into a musical family and he began recording in the mid 1940s, initially for 4-Star. Four of these recordings are included here and have the legendary Porky Freeman on lead guitar. The remaining tracks are mainly with his group The Saddle Dusters featuring Dusty (vocals and either lead or rhythm guitar) and pals Hil Duffy (bass and vocals) and Buddy Woody (accordion, vibraphone – and vocals on several tracks), both of whom had considerable talent and interesting musical careers, well summarised in Kevin Coffey’s liner notes. When Dusty sang cowboy harmony with his group there were none better.


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559-150
CD D 559

CURT BARRETT & The Trailsmen Texas Jubilee CD 559

A ‘Cowboy singer’ with a distinctive, easy-going jaunty voice, Barret played bit parts in several cowboy movies in the late ‘40s and with a bit of luck could have made the big time. He had a big following in and around the Los Angeles area in the late 40s. Our CD has a selection of his recordings, mainly from the mid to late 1940s and mostly with his superb Trailsmen group. Plus a couple of tracks from the early 1930s with Tim Dix as ‘”Tom & Jerry” – 30 years before Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel called themselves that for their first recordings. Nice versions of some familiar songs like Ridin’ Down The Canyon and Frankie & Johnny plus several of Barret’s original compositions.


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