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Ernest Stoneman-CD584-150
CD D 584

ERNEST V. STONEMAN – Old Time Singing & Playing. BACM CD 584


Our first Ernest Stoneman compilation, 23 tracks recorded between 1926 and 1934 by this prolific early country music artist – who in later years achieved a new lease of performing success with family members as ‘Pop’ Stoneman. Classic old timey tunes and songs.

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Track listing:

- Broke Down Section Hand
- The East Bound Train
- Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
- Old Time Corn Shuckin’ Pts. 1 & 2
- Sourwood Mountain
- Going Up Cripple Creek
- Ida Red
- In The Shadow Of The Pine
- I've Got A Bulldog
- Old Dad
- Girl I Left Behind In Sunny Tennessee
- New River Train
- Poor Tramp
- Kenny Wagner’s Surrender
- May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister
- My First Bicycle Ride
- Old Maid And The Burglar
- Story Of The Mighty Mississippi
- Till The Snowflakes Fall
- Lonesome Road Blues
- Two Little Orphans
- West Virginia Highway
- Sunny Home In Dixie



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Kenny Roberts - CD 617-150
CD D 617

KENNY ROBERTS – King Of The Yodelers. BACM CD 617

28 recordings by legendary yodeler Kenny Roberts, joined on a couple of tracks by his mentor Elton Britt. He joined the Down Homers in the early 1940s and when called up for National Service was a replaced by a young Bill Haley, helping him develop his (Haley's) own not-inconsiderable yodelling skills (kept well hidden when he went on to Rock & Roll fame a decade later!). This compilation showcases the many facet's of Kenny's music - country ballads, honky-tonk weepers, novelty songs and a couple of gospel numbers; many feature either his falsetto or full blown yodel. As pointed out in Paul Hazell's liner notes, Kenny Roberts deserved far more recognition than he actually received, especially in the later stages of his career. We are glad to now make amends - astonishingly this is his first ever UK album release! Several of Kenny's recordings were featured on BACM's two Down Homers albums, CDs 92 and 381.


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Warner Mack CD618-150
CD D 618

WARNER MACK – Sings Favourite Country Songs. BACM CD 618

Our first CD of recordings by fine country and rockabilly singer-songwriter Warner Mack whose recording career began in 1957 and who carried on performing through to the early 90s. Our CD features two complete albums (The Golden Country Hits Vol 1 and Vol 2 from 1961 and 1962 respectively) plus four other recordings from the same era. Good solid 'Nashville Sound' country, reinterpreting many of the best country songs of the era recorded by the likes of Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves, Ray Price and Hank Locklin.


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Pre War Western Swing Vol 2 CD 619-150
CD D 619

PRE-WAR WESTERN SWING Vol. 2 – Rare Radio Broadcasts. BACM CD 619

Following the 2016 release of Vol. 1, BACM delves again into radio broadcasts made by western swing, cowboy and country jazz line-ups of the pre-WWII era. The recordings range roughly from winter 1933-34 through 1942. Many of the performers featured are far from household names, some downright obscure. The best known is surely Pee Wee King, captured in telling early performances from the Grand Ole Opry, and there are performances from other notables like Rex Griffin, Wiley & Gene and The Ranch Boys.


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CM029-150
CD D 029

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1957 – (Vol. 1) CD 029

Tracks 1 - 25 of the most popular original recordings of 1957, 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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CM030-150
CD D 030

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1957 – (Vol. 2) CD 030

Tracks 26 - 50 of the most popular original recordings of 1957, 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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CM031-150
CD D 031

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1957 – (Vol. 3) CD 031

Tracks 51-75 of the most popular original recordings of 1957, 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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CM032-150
CD D 032

Country Music – Chart Memories – 1957 – (Vol. 4) CD 032

Tracks 76 - 100 of the most popular original recordings of 1957, 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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Maddox Bros Vol 2-614-150
CD D 614

MADDOX BROTHERS & ROSE Vol. 2 – Garden In The Sky. BACM CD 614

Our second collection from this superb family group who built a reputation as America’s most colourful hillbilly band and were hugely influential in multiple genres - country, rockabilly, and rock 'n' roll. Astonishing that they have still not been inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame (or even the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame because of their influential ‘Roots of Rockabilly’ recordings!) Nice selection of songs on the CD, mainly from their 4Star catalogue, late 1940s.


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Tommy Tosabee -small CD615-150
CD D 615

TOMMY SOSEBEE At The Ozark Jubilee & On Record. BACM CD 615

Tommy Sosabee was a popular country singer from the mid 40s through to the late ‘50s, achieving regular slots on the Grand Ole Opry and, following his relocation to Missouri in 1954, on the Ozark Jubilee. With a warm country-crooner voice somewhat similar to Eddie Arnold be began his recording career as (uncredited) lead vocalist on a few Pee Wee King’s band recordings in the late 1940s before making his own-name recording debut on the Apollo label in 1947 (see BACM’s Apollo Label collection CD352). We have now compiled this 23 track selection, a mix of studio recordings (Coral label, early 1950s) and Ozark Jubilee radio recordings.


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Louisiana Stomp CD616-small 150
CD D 616

LOUISIANA STOMP Various Artists BACM. CD 616

This collection showcases some of the lesser known acts performing in and around Shreveport in the 1930s and 1940s before 1948 when the town became the home of the famed Louisiana Hayride. Several Shreveport acts from this pre Hayride era have already been featured on various BACM CDs (for example our Shelton Brothers, Buddy Jones and ‘Governor’ Jimmie Davis collections). Many of the groups on the CD have connections with Davis, for example steel guitarist Charlie Mitchell and his Paradise Entertainers group which evolved into Davis’ backing group in 1936. Several tracks from Mitchell’s later band feature young Moon Mullican on piano and vocals. Some fine music across several genres with a lot of western swing influence. Thanks to Kevin Coffee and his contributors for the research and excellent liner notes.


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