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CD D 633

Wanderer’s Stomp – Pre War Dallas Vol 1-BACM CD 633


Dallas was a hotbed of progressive string band music in the early 1930s, influenced by its neighbour Fort Worth (the reputed Cradle of Western Swing) and taking on board other regional jazz, blues and hillbilly influences. BACM has already dedicated some CDs to early Dallas western swing stalwarts like Bill Boyd and Roy Newman and this collection focusses on lesser known groups. Many of the musicians were legends in their own right including tenor banjoist and mainstay of the Light Crust Doughboys Marvin Montgomery and singer-guitarist Dick Reinhart. Nice mix of styles including stripped down blues from the Paradise Joy Boys with what we believe is the first ever cover of Blind Lemon Jefferson’s Matchbox Blues. The fiddler is trained violinist and child prodigy, Felix St Clair. Other highlights included four fine recordings from “hot” Hawaiian trio the Hauulea Entertainers, led by local steel guitarist and teacher J. B. Stevenson and nine from the Wanderers, a Western Swing group much influenced by Milton Brown.

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Track listing:

- PARADISE JOY BOYS recorded Dallas, 18 October 1928
Cemetery Sal
- Graveyard Blues

HAUULEA ENTERTAINERS recorded San Antonio, 1930
Twelfth Street Rag
- Ellis March
- Railroad Blues
- Right Or Wrong

THE WANDERERS recorded Texas Hotel, San Antonio, 28 January 1935
Wanderers Stomp
- Tiger Rag
- Foot Warmer
- No One To Say Goodbye
- A Good Man Is Hard To Find
- I Ain’t Got Nobody
- Nealski
- Thousand Miles
- It’s You I Adore

JOHN BOYD & HIS SOUTHERNERS recorded Brunswick Warehouse, 508 Park, Dallas, 21 June 1937
Doin’ The Racoon
- Somebody Stole My Gal
- My Gal Sal
- We’ll Never Be Sweethearts Again

EARL BROWN recorded Sellers’ Studio, Dallas, c. late 1930s
I’m A Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas

HOLLY HORTON recorded Sellers’ Studio, Dallas, c. late 1930s
Tin Roof Blues

LEAFORD HALL & HIS TEXAS VAGABONDS recorded Biggs Studio, Dallas, 29 April 1941
Wednesday Night
- After My Laughter Came Tears
- Blue Man
- Take Me Back To Texas

PARADISE JOY BOYS As tracks 1-2
Matchbox Blues
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03-Twelfth-Street-Rag (Hauulea-Entertainers) - 1930

27-Keeps-On-Rainin (Paradise-Joy-Boys) -1928


CDs by Dick Reinhart, Earl Brown, Hauulea Entertainers, Holly Horton, John Boyd & His Southerners, Leaford Hall & His Texas Vagabonds, Paradise Joy Boys, The Wanderers, Various-Pre War Dallas


CD D 633

Wanderer’s Stomp – Pre War Dallas Vol 1-BACM CD 633

Dallas was a hotbed of progressive string band music in the early 1930s, influenced by its neighbour Fort Worth (the reputed Cradle of Western Swing) and taking on board other regional jazz, blues and hillbilly influences. BACM has already dedicated some CDs to early Dallas western swing stalwarts like Bill Boyd and Roy Newman and this collection focusses on lesser known groups. Many of the musicians were legends in their own right including tenor banjoist and mainstay of the Light Crust Doughboys Marvin Montgomery and singer-guitarist Dick Reinhart. Nice mix of styles including stripped down blues from the Paradise Joy Boys with what we believe is the first ever cover of Blind Lemon Jefferson’s Matchbox Blues. The fiddler is trained violinist and child prodigy, Felix St Clair. Other highlights included four fine recordings from “hot” Hawaiian trio the Hauulea Entertainers, led by local steel guitarist and teacher J. B. Stevenson and nine from the Wanderers, a Western Swing group much influenced by Milton Brown.


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CD D 384

THE ROUGH RIDERS Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 384

This second volume (a follow up to BACM 102) contains 29 1942 transcription recordings of this fine harmony trio (Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Johnny Bond, Singer/Actor/Guitarist Jimmy Wakely and singer Dick Reinhart) - with pleasant simple guitar accompaniment from Bond and Wakely.


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CD D 102

THE ROUGH RIDERS Vol. 1- Moon Over The Trail. B.A.C.M. 102

This trio consisted of three stars in their own right - Jimmy Wakely, Johnny Bond and Dick Reinhart - and they created some fine cowboy harmony on these rare transcriptions recorded in 1939.


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CD D 124

DICK REINHART A Broken Heart For A Souvenir. B.A.C.M. 124

Here is the entirety of Reinhart's solo recordings, recorded 1929-47, nice mix of moods and styles. Also sang as a group ("The Rough Riders") with Johnny Bond and Jimmy Wakely (See BACM CDs 102 and 384).


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