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CD D 150

JACK RIVERS There’s A New Star In Heaven. B.A.C.M. 150


25 rare radio transcriptions from 1947 from this distinctive singer/ace guitarist including six instrumentals. He was the brother of Western Swing bandleader and western film star, "Texas Jim" Lewis (See CDs 62 and 261). He also picked some hot solos on several of Jimmy Wakely hits In the '30s the boys had recorded for Vocalion & Decca Records – & in the '40s Jack recorded for Capitol Records; on scores of Hollywood film soundtracks; & picked some hot solos on many Jimmy Wakely hits (including "Milkcow Blues, see CD 380).

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Track listing:

- A Lie Can't Mend A Broken Heart
- My Old Kentucky Home (instr.)
- Apache Trail
- Am I Foolish
- Hang Your Head In Shame
- Someday You'll Want Me To Want You
- Darling Nellie Gray (instr.)
- Ridin' Down To Santa Fe
- Don't Lay The Blame On Me
- Hi-e Hi-o
- There's A New Star In Heaven
- Pig Ankle Rag (instr.)
- Little Liza Jane
- Playin' Games With Me
- You Waited A Little Too Long
- Texas Tornado
- Lazy River (instr.)
- Arkansas Traveller-Soldier's Joy (instr.)
- Baby I'm Still In Love With You
- Timber Trail
- I've A Feelin' I'm Losing You
- Little Sweetheart I Miss You
- Arkansas
- Little Brown Jug
(instr.)
- AFRS Melody Roundup (Radio broadcast 1948)

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JACK RIVERS Vol. 2 Navy Hot Rod. B.A.C.M. 361

Brother of Texas Jim Lewis, Jack Rivers was a talented vocalist and songwriter and one of the most exciting country guitarists of his era. This CD focuses mainly on his 1946 1950 and 1952 recordings, across several different groups.


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CD D 150

JACK RIVERS There’s A New Star In Heaven. B.A.C.M. 150

25 rare radio transcriptions from 1947 from this distinctive singer/ace guitarist including six instrumentals. He was the brother of Western Swing bandleader and western film star, "Texas Jim" Lewis (See CDs 62 and 261). He also picked some hot solos on several of Jimmy Wakely hits In the '30s the boys had recorded for Vocalion & Decca Records – & in the '40s Jack recorded for Capitol Records; on scores of Hollywood film soundtracks; & picked some hot solos on many Jimmy Wakely hits (including "Milkcow Blues, see CD 380).


More details            Price: USD $16.00