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CD D 93

A TASTE OF KING Vol 1. 1945-54. B.A.C.M. 93 Soppin’ Up The Gravy

Excellent 40s/50s mix from the legendary King label including tracks by The Wilburn Brothers, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Carolina Cotton.


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CD D 292

AMBROSE HALEY & His Ozark Ramblers. B.A.C.M. 292

Some jazz-influenced interpretations of old timey and nostalgic classics as well as some newer songs by this talented and exuberant vocalist. Selections across all stages of Haley's career from the '30s through to the early 50s.


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CD D 352

APOLLO LABEL Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 352

You'll find some top artists here (incl. Eddie Hill, Ray Whiteley, Johnny & Jack), a selection of classic country recordings from the 1940s/50s culled from this New York based label.


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CD D 156

BUZ BUTLER Money Ain’t Everything. B.A.C.M. 156

Not much is known about this singer although he did make the original recording of "Mule Train" (included here). He made some interesting recordings as these 24 tracks, recorded in the '40s and 50s show - nice energetic version of Jimmie Rodgers' "Muleskinner Blues".


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CD D 177

CARSON ROBISON The Later Years. B.A.C.M. 177

Another selection from the phenomenally prolific and influential singer/ songwriter/ multi-instrumentalist, this time with 21 of his late 1940s/early 50s - some great songs including his version of "Life gets tee-jus".


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CD D 157

COUNTRY MUSIC ON CAPITOL Various Artists. B.A.C.M. 157

You'll find Jimmy Work, Jean Shepard, Jimmie Skinner and Jack Guthrie - as well as "He'll have to go" co-writer Joe Allison - included on this great and varied collection.


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426 Custom Hillbilly Vol 5
CD D 426

CUSTOM MADE HILLBILLY Vol. 5 Various Artists. B.A.C.M. 426

Our fifth Starday Custom collection, this time recordings from around 1958 mainly with a Rockabilly flavour.


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425 Transcription Trail
CD D 425

DOWN THE TRANSCRIPTION TRAIL Various Artists B.A.C.M. 425

These tracks were extracted from rare transcription discs cut for radio play, a mix of well known and obscure artistes. Highlights include Wesley Tuttle's great novelty version of the fiddle classic “Fox Chase” (amazing vocal effects!) - and a nice interpretation of “Guns & Guitars” by the Down Homers.


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CD D 299

DUDE LABEL Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 299

Some excellent Country from this Dallas-based and short-lived (1947-50) label - nice variety of styles.


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CD D 394

FEDERAL LABEL Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 394

Interesting mix of tracks issued on the Federal Label from various artists including four by Bill Carlisle (some of his early recordings are on BACM 34) and four by Tennessee's champion hoe-down fiddler Tommy Magness.


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CD D 437

HANK PENNY – A Bad Penny Always Returns. B.A.C.M. 437

Talented and individualistic musician whose recordings spanned an amazingly diverse range: western-swing, comedy and jazz and even ‘bop’ – this CD provides an excellent cross section of his output.


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CD D 305

HARDROCK GUNTER ‘That Bouncin’ Man From Alabam’. B.A.C.M. 305

There's Boogie, Country, Country-crossover and something close to Rock & Roll here; 26 1950s tracks tracks, selected from his Decca, MGM and King days.


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CD D 304

HUGH & SHUG’S RADIO PALS. B.A.C.M. 304

Hugh Cross (Skillet Lickers)and Shug Fisher (Sons of The Pioneers) with three incarnations of their various groups. The three groups featured here are from the 1930s.


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CD D 443

JACK PENNINGTON’S VARIETY GANG. B.A.C.M. 443

Tight harmony singing and virtuoso musicianship (mainly fiddle, guitar, steel) from this Memphis-based group, here with 32 songs, mix of country, western, folk all from transcription discs cut for Lang-Worth in the 1940s.


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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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CD D 253

MERLE TRAVIS Dapper Dan. B.A.C.M. 253

Singer, songwriter, poet and guitarist extraordinaire who influenced and inspired a whole generation of guitar players including Chet Atkins; Travis has become a legend and rightly so as this material - 24 cuts from the 1940s/50s will show.


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CD D 64

RED FOLEY Tater Pie. B.A.C.M. 64

A man of many styles, from string-band vocals and mainstream country all the way to rockabilly, you will get a taste of his versatility from this 21 track selection which runs from 1933 to 1952.


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CD D 344

RUSTY DRAPER & OZARK RED LOVALL The Early Years. B.A.C.M. 344

Interesting tracks collected from various sources, 1930s/ 40s/50s, highlighting Rusty's amazing guitar virtuosity.


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CD D 516

SHORTY & SMOKEY WARREN & The Western Rangers. BACM CD 516

Our first CD from the Warren Brothers, Shorty and Smokey, stalwarts of the Northeastern country music scene for several decades, starting from the mid ‘40s. Tracks feature several of their regular or guest vocalists – nice selection of songs and styles. Described as: "... mainstream country music of the era, with pop and western overtones ... with some western swing influence'. Thanks to Kevin Coffey for the research and sleeve notes and to Al Turner for his help sourcing the recordings.


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CD D 42

THE COONHUNTERS featuring Merle Travis. B.A.C.M. 42

25 Capitol transcriptions from the mid 1940s. The Coonhunters group is usually associated with Merle Travis and Wesley Tuttle, but on this set of recordings it is primarily Merle on lead vocals; exciting mix of old and new songs, several of the new ones penned by Merle and featuring a fine group of session musicians including 'Herman The Hermit' on banjo and Charlie Lindville on fiddle. From the banter, it is clear the boys are having fun, whilst creating some great music.


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CD D 17

VERNON DALHART Lindberg, The Eagle Of The USA. B.A.C.M. 17

Country legend Dalhart started out in opera before moving to country and made literally thousands of recordings through his career. This selection of 1920s and 1930s tracks includes several rarities.


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CD D 133

WALLY FOWLER That’s The Last Straw. B.A.C.M. 133

Singer/songwriter Fowler is here on 22 recordings cut between 1945-48 during his Mercury/Capitol years - some great songs and a nice variety of styles make this collection an enjoyable listen.


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