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Arizona Joe-522
CD D 522

ARIZONA JOE – Radio Transcriptions. CD 522

This collection has taken years for us to get together, following many requests especially from folks on the North West coast who wrote telling us they grew up listening to Arizona Joe’s radio broadcasts beginning in the 1940s. At last, thanks especially to Tacoma-based record collector, fan and historian Dennis Flannigan we have able to produce this album – all featuring Joe, just his voice and guitar and, on several tracks, mournful comb-kazoo. Mix of cowboy, and popular country songs including a few Jimmie Rodgers classics.


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CD D 28

ARKANSAS “ARKIE” WOODCHOPPER Old Time Songs & Square Dances. B.A.C.M. 28

A mix of 'Yodeling & guitar' (10 songs) and Square-dance instrumentals (11) from the early 1930s.


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CD D 34

BILL CARLISLE Duvall County Blues (early recordings 1933). B.A.C.M. 34

20 historic recordings, mainly just Bill singing solo with guitar, bluesy numbers many in the style of Jimmie Rodgers; see also recordings with Brother Cliff (the Carlisles, BACM 167).


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CD D 155

BUDDY WILLIAMS Down The Old Bush Track. B.A.C.M. 155

Believed to be the first Aussie to record country in Australia - that was in 1938, three years after the debut of fellow antipodean, New Zealander Tex Morton, Williams had escaped from an unhappy foster home to go on the road, eking a living from laboring and busking. He loved the recordings of Jimmie Rodgers, his early model for his guitar style and yodeling. Here is a selection of 22 of his recordings, a wide range of styles including the Victorian era recitation "The face on the barroom floor" later recorded by Hank Snow.


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CD D 197

CLAUDE CASEY ‘The South’s Favourite Yodeler’. B.A.C.M. 197

Western singer, Swing bandleader and superb yodeler - the 24 selected tracks here stretch between 1938 and the early '50s and include the rare MGM 1953 sessions featuring Chet Atkins on guitar, Don Helms on steel and Tommy Jackson on fiddle. Enjoyable collection.


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CD D 32

CLIFF CARLISLE Far Beyond The Starry Sky. B.A.C.M. 32

Twenty 1930s recordings from steel guitar master Carlisle in Jimmie Rodgers style - a singer he accompanied on record back in the 1930s.


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422-Donn Reynolds
CD D 422

DONN REYNOLDS Portrait Of A Yodeler B.A.C.M. 422

Our first collection from the man often dubbed Canada's "King of the Yodelers". Includes his first American hit single, Texas Yodel.


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CD D 92

DOWN HOMERS Uncle Noah’s Ark. B.A.C.M. 92

Thirty 1940s transcription recordings from this superbly talented quartet - apparently a condition of joining was to be able to play any instrument and sing any of the harmony parts! On some tracks, a young 'King Of The Yodelers' Kenny Roberts.


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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 109

ELTON BRITT Early Recordings 1933-1937. B.A.C.M. 109

Going back further into the vaults than CD86, this CD contains 20 rare recordings from 1933-37 by this top yodeler, in various guises.


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CD D 86

ELTON BRITT Jackass Blues. B.A.C.M. 86

24 1940s recordings from one of the all time great country yodelers accompanied on some by top girl yodeler Rosalie Allen, all from his RCA years. Several classic country songs given the distinctive Britt treatment.


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CD D 151

FLEMING & TOWNSEND Little Home Upon The Hill. B.A.C.M. 151

Rare recordings from this distinctive singing and yodeling duo, self accompanying on guitar and mandolin.


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CD D 387

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JIMMIE RODGERS Various Artists. B.A.C.M. 387

24 classic Rodgers songs interpreted by a variety of singers recorded from the 1940s to the 1960s. Always refreshing to hear alternative versions of these well known songs.


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CD D 3

Frankie Marvin “Early recordings by Gene Autry’s No. 1 Sideman”. B.A.C.M. 03

Song writer and steel guitarist, he appeared with Gene Autry for many years as comedian and stunt man. Born in Oklahoma 1904 - Died in 1985 at age 81. Performed on many occasions with older brother Johnny (another talented singer/musician recording artiste - some of Johnny's recordings are showcased on our BACM CD 75).


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CD D 509

FRANKIE MARVIN – Vol 2. BACM CD 509

A second collection of Marvin’s recordings, mainly from the late 1920s, including several delightful covers of Jimmie Rodgers songs including Way Up On The Mountain, Treasures Untold and Muleskinner Blues.


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CD D 15

Gene Autry “Hold On Little Dogies, Hold On”. B.A.C.M. 15

One of the biggest Western film and singing star, these 20 songs, many with his co-writer Jimmy Long, span the years 1931-37.


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CD D 111

GENE AUTRY Texas Blues Early Rare Recordings. B.A.C.M. 111

More early recordings (1929-37) some from his 'Jimmie Rodgers stylist' phase before he became famous as a cowboy singing movie star.


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CD D 9

Girls of the Golden West “Home Sweet Home in Texas”. B.A.C.M. 09

Millie and Dolly Good the yodelling girls. Very popular in their day with western & cowboy harmonies. Always had the feel of the 30s with their music


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CD D 74

GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST Roll Along Prairie Moon. B.A.C.M. 74

21 songs here from the 1930s by this harmonious sister duo including cowboy songs and yodeling.


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CD D 532

G’ DAY – Country Music From Down Under. BACM CD 532

Some fine country music emerged from Australia and New Zealand from the 1930s onwards, much of it influenced by Jimmie Rodgers, Gene Autry, Wilf Carter and English yodeller Harry Torrani. BACM have already issued around ten CDs by some of the best known ‘Down Under’ Artistes, including Tex Morton (BACM CD 101), Buddy Williams (CD 155) and Slim Dusty (CD 60). This latest CD introduces several lesser known artistes, from across the decades and with a wide range of styles. Fans of ‘Yodelling Country’ in particular will enjoy.


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441 Hank Rivers
CD D 441

HANK LaRIVIERE (Hank Rivers) B.A.C.M. 441

Our first compilation from this legend of Canadian country, fine singer/songwriter/yodeler. Includes his most popular “Maple Sugar Sweetheart” as well as covers of songs made famous by Jimmie Rodgers, Wilf Carter, Cliff Carlisle and Gene Autry.


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CD D 196

HAPPY AL featuring Al & Hank – Dakota Ramblers. B.A.C.M. 196

Thirty late 1940s transcriptions from this obscure but accomplished guitarist and yodeler, some with Hank Holland duetting as "The Dakota Ramblers".


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CD D 211

HUGH CROSS Old Time Music From The Smoky Mountains. B.A.C.M. 211

Late 1920s/early 30s music from this singer-guitarist joined on some tracks by Riley Puckett and Clayton McMichen. Nice collection of classic old time country songs in authentic style.


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CD D 284

JESSE RODGERS Songs Of The Hills And Plains. B.A.C.M. 284

Strong echoes of his cousin the legendary Jimmie Rodgers with this collection mainly from the ‘30s (most of which are very much in the same style as Jimmie) and a few much later, from the early ‘50s when he was trying for a more pop/crooner sound.


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CD D 180

JIMMIE DAVIS Where The Old Red River Flows. B.A.C.M. 180

Well known as the Governor of Louisiana and composer of one of the most popular country songs of all time ("You are my sunshine"), he in fact made many fine recordings with a variety of accompanists - showcased in this selection of 24 songs recorded between 1929 and 1945, some featuring his Jimmie-Rodgers inspired yodeling.


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CD D 549

JOHNNY MARVIN Vol. 2 The Final Recordings BACM CD 549

A follow up to our BACM CD 75 (Johnny Marvin – I’m The Man Who’s Been forgotten). A precocious talent, a singer, multi instrumentalist (played on many of Gene Autry’s sessions) and songwriter with countless writing credits – Marvin was one of the major suppliers to Gene Autry of songs for movies and recordings. This collection covers Marvin’s later period – 24 of his CP McGregor transcriptions (1939) plus the four songs from his last session, Decca recordings made in 1940, backed with brother Frankie Marvin plus the best of Autry’s session musicians including Jimmy Wakely on guitar and Dick Reinhart on bass.


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CD D 247

KENNETH HOUCHINS The Yodeling Drifter. B.A.C.M. 247

Old time singer-yodeler-guitarist, 23 rare recordings from the 1930s. Great version of "When Jimmie Rodgers said goodbye".


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CD D 487

KENNY ARNOTT – THE SINGING WANDERER. BACM CD 487

Australia has a long tradition of authentic guitar-picking country performers, modelled on their American idols such as Jimmie Rodgers, Gene Autry and Hank Snow and Hank Williams but adding a distinctive ‘Down Under’ touch. One such is Kenny Arnott who cut his first album in 1954 and who went on to enjoy a career performing the music he loved, on record, on radio and at live shows throughout Australia where he built a devoted following of fans, acquiring the moniker of The Singing Wanderer. His recordings, long out of print, have become collector’s items and BACM are pleased to make this selection available on CD.


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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 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 95

RED FOLEY Yodeling Radio Joe. B.A.C.M. 95

28 rare radio transcriptions.


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CD D 258

REG LINDSAY When The Wagon Was New. B.A.C.M. 258

24 tracks from early in the recording career of one of the great Aussie country stars songwriter, multi instrumentalist, distinctive-voiced singer and yodeler. Our selection includes several Jimmie Rodgers' classics and closes with a powerful take on "There's a love knot in my lariat".


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CD D 13

Rex Allen “The Arizona Cowboy”. B.A.C.M. 13

Some say his was the best country voice ever with an amazing range from deepest bass to ear piercing yodel; coupled with his cowboy film star status he cut a fine figure and these USA Mercury recordings show off his voice across a nice mixed bag of songs. Great version of Merle Travis' "Petal From A Faded Rose".


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CD D 135

ROSALIE ALLEN Jealous Heart. B.A.C.M. 135

Queen of the yodelers' with songs in the Singing Cowgirl tradition - a mixed 1940s/50s selection of songs showing off her range.


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CD D 396

SKEETS YANEY Hello Trouble. B.A.C.M. 396

25 songs, mainly 1950s recordings by this top DJ and singer - whose voice and phrasing have similarities with Eddie Arnold and Cowboy Copas; his distinctive yodeling is featured on several tracks..


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CD D 60

SLIM DUSTY The Dusty Trail Rider. B.A.C.M. 60

With more than a hint of Jimmie Rodgers and Wilf Carter, here are 22 of the 1940s and 1950s recordings from this stalwart of many years of Australian Country music.


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CD D 229

SMOKY DAWSON Great Australian Singer/Songwriter. B.A.C.M. 229

"Australia's No. 1 Cowboy" - with 23 songs all but four written by him and recorded between 1941 and 1953; a real singing cowboy and fine yodeler.


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CD D 241

TEX FLETCHER The Lonely Cowboy. B.A.C.M. 241

This has singer-guitarist Fletcher's complete Decca recordings from 1936/38 several featuring his distinctive "lonesome yodel".


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CD D 101

TEX MORTON Across The Great Divide. B.A.C.M. 101

New Zealand yodeler/ guitarist, influenced by Jimmie Rodgers, Harry Torrani and Goebel Reeves he had his own distinctive style - well showcased on this 27 song collection from the late 30s/ early '40s.


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CD D 551

Tex Owens – Red Horse Ranch 1935 BACM CD 551

Several Tex Owen recordings were featured on our Texas Rangers CD 285 including his historic 1934 recording of Cattle Call, a song which helped earn his early induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame. An accomplished yodeller, he sadly recorded very little commercially, and we are delighted to be now issuing this new compilation, 40 songs and instrumentals taken from the radio serial Life On Red Horse.


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CD D 560

THE PANACHORD LABEL Vol. 2 Various Artists CD 560

BACM issued its first collection from Panachord back in 2002 (BACM CD30) and 15 years later are delighted to issue this second collection. Another treasure trove of early 1930s hillbilly, some of the artistes well known like The Carlisle Brothers, W. Lee O’Daniel & His Light Crust Doughboys and harmony group the Beverly Hillbillies – others obscure.


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CD D 278

TIM McNAMARA McNamara’s Rodeo. B.A.C.M. 278

26 songs here from this accomplished and pleasant-voiced Aussie country singer backed with his own band. Several great interpretations of country standards. Check out PragueFrank's website for session details http://countrydiscography.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/tim-mcnamara_20.html


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CD D 316

WILF CARTER (Montana Slim) Vol. 1 Hillbilly Valley. B.A.C.M. 316

24 tracks from this authentic yodeling cowboy, Canada's answer to Jimmie Rodgers here with a collection of 30s/40s songs all written by him.


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