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CD D 563

THE MELOTONE LABEL – Various Artists. BACM CD 563


Another treat for collectors of classic hillbilly music, 25 tracks released between 1932 and 1937. Artists ranging from the obscure to the legendary, the latter including Bill Carlisle, a young Elton Britt and rare early tracks from Patsy Montana and Tex Ritter. Several songs in the Jimmie Rodgers country blues style.

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Track listing:

- House Cat Mama : Bill Carlisle
- Jumpin' And Jerkin' Blues : Bill Carlisle
- Brown's Ferry Blues No.2 : Callaghan Brothers
- Lonesome And Weary Blues : Walter Callaghan
- Sing Sing Blues : Buck Turner
-  Twilight On The Trail : Elton Britt
- It's A Sin To Tell A Lie : Elton Britt
- Fiddling Soldier : Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs
- Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down : Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs
-  Gold Coast Express : Patsy Montana & Prairie Ramblers
- Gangster's Yodel : Bill Cox
- My Gamblin' Days : Bill Cox
-   Ridin' Down That Old Texas Trail : Westerners Massey Family
-  Everyday In The Saddle : Tex Ritter
-  Oregon Trail : Eddie & Jimmie Dean
-  New Twenty One Years : Frank Luther Trio (as Buddy Spencer Trio)
- Innocent Prisoner : Frank Luther Trio (as Buddy Spencer Trio)
-  With A Banjo On My Knee : Prairie Ramblers & Patsy Montana
- I'm a Wild and Reckless Cowboy : Prairie Ramblers & Patsy Montana
-  Runaway Train Blues : Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs
- Horse Neck Daddy : Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs
- Mississippi Freight Train Blues : Walter “Kid” Smith & Family
- Let Me Sing In Echo Valley : Cody Fox & The Yellow Jackets v. Sonny Fleming
-   New Jelly Roll Blues : Al Dexter & His Troopers
- Take Me Back Little Darlin' : Philyaw Brothers

 

 

 

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01-House Cat Mama - Bill Carlisle (1935)

24-New Jelly Roll Blues - Al Dexter & His Troopers (1936)


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CD D 603

PRAIRIE RAMBLERS – Vol 4 – Rollin Along. BACM 603

Another collection from that superb team of top vocalists and instrumentalists The Prairie Ramblers with a mix of pop, novelty, western and country tunes. This is our Volume 4 or 5 if you count the Rusty Gill CD we did in our early days – or Volume 6 if we include the ‘risque’ recordings they did as the SWEET VIOLET BOYS (BACM CD 353).


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CD D 600

CARLISLE BROTHERS The Early Post War Years BACM CD 600

Our 600th release features the legendary CARLISLE BROTHERS, Bill (guitar and vocals) and Cliff (steel and vocals), showcasing their best recordings from the 1946/7 period, including a couple of hilarious novelty tunes accompanied by Homer and Jethro. Hi-lights include two tracks accompanied by the superb Curly Fox on fiddle, Skip To My Lou and Old Joe Clark. This collection Complements BACM's earlier releases, the solo pre-war recordings (CLIFF CARLISLE - Far Beyond The Starry Sky and BILL CARLISLE Duvall County Blues, early recordings 1933) – and a compilation of 1950s recordings which Bill cut with a different line up, as THE CARLISLES -Tennessee Memories.


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CD D 568

BILL COX – The Dixie Songbird – BACM CD 568

26 tracks, many of them not previously issued on CD from Cox, one of the best of the white country blues singers from the late ‘20s/early ‘30s era. An accomplished yodeller in the Jimmie Rodgers style he was also a solid guitarist and could play fine bluesy harmonica. Several tracks feature him duetting with singer/ guitarist Cliff Hobbs.


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CD D 563

THE MELOTONE LABEL – Various Artists. BACM CD 563

Another treat for collectors of classic hillbilly music, 25 tracks released between 1932 and 1937. Artists ranging from the obscure to the legendary, the latter including Bill Carlisle, a young Elton Britt and rare early tracks from Patsy Montana and Tex Ritter. Several songs in the Jimmie Rodgers country blues style.


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CD D 386

PATSY MONTANA Vol. 2 Singing With Her Guitar. B.A.C.M. 386

Some rare recordings from the "I want to be a cowboy's sweetheart" girl. The first 18 tracks are 1941 radio transcriptions, just Patsy accompanying herself on guitar with a total of 36 songs, a mix of 'Old Timey' and Western; plus four bonus tracks featuring Patsy accompanied by The Prairie Ramblers - various dates from 1933 to 1939.


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CD D 350

ELTON BRITT & FRIENDS Vol. 3 Recorded 1933–1941. B.A.C.M. 350

Something special for Elton’s fans and collectors – recordings with various groups cut during his early career.


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CD D 319

PRAIRIE RAMBLERS Vol. 3 Huckleberry Picnic. B.A.C.M. 319

Following on from CDs 48 and 149, another treat for Western Harmony fans, 31 rare transcription recordings from the 1930s/40s.


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CD D 257

TEX RITTER Froggy Went A-Courtin’. B.A.C.M. 257

Children of all ages will enjoy these songs recorded in the 1950s and some featuring special sound effects. Ritter's rich baritone perfectly fits.


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CD D 174

PATSY MONTANA I’m Going West To Texas. B.A.C.M. 174

Superb yodeling and cowgirl-singing abound on this 26 track collection of songs from 1933-1948 by this "Cowboy's Sweetheart".


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CD D 171

TEX RITTER Pledge Of Allegiance. B.A.C.M. 171

Top cowboy with an instantly recognizable voice - here with 27 songs from the mid 1940s to mid 50s.


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