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Our very first three releases (in 2002) were assigned numbers 001-003, since when we have produced and issued three CDs every month, from 2020 reduced to bi monthly, and will soon reach number 700 Plus the Chart Memories limited edition series!


CD D 500

RED FOLEY Vol. 4 My Keepsake Album BACM CD 500

Our fourth volume, a set culled from Foley’s Decca recordings and showcasing his versatility, country ballads, gospel, crossover pop in the Perry Como mould, several great recitations and a few duets with daughter Betty Foley. An enjoyable hour’s easy-listening country style!.


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CD D 501

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN BOYS BACM CD 501

This features A-team musicians led by Kelso Herston, legendary producer (of George Jones, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens etc) and guitarist (session man for over 200 artists). Other players include Jerry Kennedy on dobro, Rual Yarborough and Herschel Sizemore, both switching between banjo and mandolin; and the great Tommy Jackson on violin. Plus superb lead- and harmony-vocals; nice set of classic bluegrass tunes.


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CD D 502

HARRY McCLINTOCK Vol. 2 . Plus Other Artists. BACM 502

A treat for Old Timey fans – 24 historic tracks. First, 12 great more Harry McClintock recordings, several of which became classics (The Texas Rangers, Jesse James, Goodbye Old Paint etc). The remainder, an assortment of songs from the same era and similar genre by various artists including Bill Cox and Dwight Butcher.


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CD D 503

CHARLES RIVER VALLEY BOYS Goin’ To Georgia. BACM CD 503.

Talented bluegrass group, whose core members were not from the Appalachian outback but rather a bunch of Harvard students/ graduates who rode the crest of the 1960s 'Folk Revival' which was bringing bluegrass to new, urban audiences; here with some of their earliest recordings from the early 1960s, refreshing takes on a mix of old timey classics and songs from the core bluegrass repertoire. Some brilliant musicianship (guitar, mandolin and banjo) and fine vocals. Includes bluegrassy interpretations of two classic Jimmie Rodgers songs, Waiting For A Train and Way Out On The Mountain.


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CD D 504

CANADIAN COUNTRY Vol. 4 – Various Artists. BACM CD 504

More classic tracks from that Other Land Of Open Prairies and Cowboys – this time 23 tracks, all from the same label – the Aragon label which was based in Vancouver. As with our other CDs in the series, a mix of obscure and well known artistes; the latter include Stu Davis ('Canada's Cowboy Troubadour', see also BACM CD 237) and yodeller Evan Kemp (BACM CD 347). Our thanks to long time BACM collaborator Lynn Russwurm for sharing rare tracks from his collection making the series possible.


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CD D 505

Frank WELLING & John McGHEE – I Wants My Lulu. CD 505

A fine rootsy old timey duo, Frank Welling on steel and guitar, John McGhee on harmonica and guitar, sentimental harmonies on a mix of religious and sentimental songs with a few humorous numbers for good measure. Recorded 1928-31, nice harmonies, style somewhat akin to but smoother than, Darby and Tarlton. Female voices on some tracks from either Welling’s wife or McGhee’s daughter.


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CD D 506

ZEB TURNER – Things Just Happen That Way. BACM CD 506

Brothers Zeke and Zeb Turner were both superb guitarists and both contributed session work on some classic Hank Willams recordings (eg: Zeb on Wedding Bells!). Both took early to the electric guitar, and our collection of Zeb’s recordings kicks off with Zeb’s superb landmark recording of Mountain Boogie. He is nowadays best remembered through his song writing credits (including the classic It’s A Sin, which charted for Eddy Arnold and Marty Robbins and was also recorded by George Jones and Don Gibson as well as Elvis). But he was also a superb and distinctive vocalist, here heard mainly on his own compositions.


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CD D 507

ZEKE CLEMENTS – The Dixie Yodeler. BACM CD 507

An all round entertainer of English and Cherokee parentage, Zeke was a singer, guitarist, banjoist, songwriter and comedian – whose voice will live on as the voice of Bashful in the 1938 Walt Disney Classic, Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs! An early member of the Otto Gray & The Oklahomans Cowboy band he went on to playing banjo with a Dixieland Jazz band in the 1950s. Here is a selection, mainly of his 1950s Country recordings plus a few from the 1940s and a superb yodeling duet with Texas Ruby from 1937.


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CD D 508

OPERATIC COWBOYS From The Early 30s. BACM CD 508

No one could accuse us of not trying to ‘Cover all bases’ in our trawls through the historic roots of Country Music! Here are some long lost recordings – from the era when silent movies were on the way out and the movie makers were experimenting with soundtracks to find the right sound to go with their cowboy movies. This was before the explosion of popular Singing Cowboys with the likes of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers and some of the early singers featured here had switched from the worlds of opera and musicals. The Fred Scott recordings are especially rare - recovered from an old tape, possibly the only one in the world?


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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 510

LEW CHILDRE. THE BOY FROM ALABAM. BACM CD 510

Long overdue, a collection to celebrate this legendary country entertainer – singer, reciter, buck dancer, comedian, storyteller whose career stretched from vaudeville and playing in jazz groups in the 1920s to becoming an Opry regular in the 40s and 50s . One of those happy-go-lucky, easy on the ear vocal styles. Our CD, mix of old timey and humorous, many featuring his distinctive steel guitar and fine dobro from the great Josh Graves. Five early recordings from the 1930s, 16 Starday LP cuts from the late 1950s plus a couple of radio broadcasts.


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CD D 511

HILLBILLY ON A BUDGET Vol 2. BACM CD 511

Of interest to collectors, 30 recordings issued on E.P. by Carl Burhardt’s Big Hits budget label between 1952 and 1958. Mainly covers – by mainly obscure artistes - of songs being made popular at the time by top country stars; so, some refreshing new takes on songs by the likes of Ernest Tubb, Faron Young, Webb Pierce and Hank Snow. In our selection, no less than 9 Hank Snow songs, mostly by the great Al Runyon, who was featured on our earlier Jimmie Rodgers song compilation (CD 387).


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CD D 512

BILL BOYD Vol. 3 – When They Play Rural Rhythm. BACM CD 512

A third collection from the great Texas singer, guitarist and Western Swing band leader, whose groups over the years featured many of the top Western Swing musicians of the era; 22 tracks from the 1930s and four from c. 1950. Impossible to listen to and not start foot-tapping (or getting up and dancing!) Thanks to Kevin Coffey for the research and informative liner notes.


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CD D 513

LORETTA LYNN – I’m A Honky Tonk Girl. BACM CD 513

Some early recordings from the lady who went onto become America’s Sweetheart (and the 1970s “Woman Of The Decade”!) Including the best of her first recordings (1960) which were released on Canada's Zero label and already demonstrating her ability to write a good song. Distinctive, immediately recognizable voice and a great selection of songs, a nice 60 minutes of fine country music.


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CD D 514

CONWAY TWITTY -You’ll Never Walk Alone. BACM CD 514

Our first Conway Twitty selection – 28 of his MGM recordings including his monster worldwide hit It’s Only Make Believe. The period when his vocal sound was close to Presley's; nice mix of song styles, many with a country feel although his second career as a full-fledged country musician was still five years ahead.


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CD D 515

BIG SLIM ALIFF – Footprints In The Snow. BACM CD 515

Hank Snow fans will have come across the name “Big Slim, The Lone Cowboy”, credited in Hank’s autobiography as having been a big influence on his early career and style, and helping him get started in the US. Snow of course went on to international fame, selling millions of records; but “Big Slim”, although remaining a mainstay of the West Virginia Wheeling Jamboree from 1936 to 1966, never made the big time outside his home state. He was an authentic cowboy / rancher, and was in huge demand at rodeos and fairs, appearing with his trained horse. He made some superb recordings, mainly just Slim and guitar, and has songwriting credits on many songs that have become country classics such as Sunny Side Of The Mountain and Patanio The Pride Of The Plains. A big talent, nowadays undeservedly forgotten and BACM are pleased to release this collection – 23 titles from various sources.


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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 517

BILL BROWNING – Dark Hollow. BACM CD 517

Another talented West Virginia artiste, nowadays best remembered for his 1958 Dark Hollow, a song which has roots in the old folksong ballad East Virginia Blues. Browning combined country, folk, bluegrass and rockabilly influences into his distinctive style, well showcased in this selection, mainly late ‘50s recordings from the Island and Starday labels.


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CD D 518

BILL ANDERSON – The Great Songwriter’s Early Recordings. BACM CD 518

Bill has become one of the most long-lasting and influential talents in the history of country music, as a performer, writer of countless classics (City Lights, Once A Day, Saginaw Michigan and Slippin’ Away to mention just four), and TV host and author – as well as being an authoritative promoter of country music who has helped launched many careers over the decades. BACM are pleased to present this selection of early recordings beginning with his first two, recorded December 1956 through to late 1961. Already showing his talents as fine song-stylist and composer with songwriting credits on 19 of the 26 songs.


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CD D 519

RICE BROTHERS Vol. 2 – Hurry Johnny Hurry. BACM CD 519

A second collection from the prolific Rice Brothers Gang, led by Hoke (mainly tenor banjo, also guitar) and Paul (bass and guitar), various line ups, many jazz tinged but although they could do fine upbeat swing their sound was distinctive, falling somewhere between the developing ‘Western Swing’ and Eastern/South Eastern jazz. This collection includes their recording of the evergreen classic You Are My Sunshine (which Paul Rice composed but sold the rights to, apparently during a low-cash crisis!)


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CD D 520

SHORTY LONG & HIS SANTA FE RANGERS – Blue Ranger. BACM CD 520

Shorty Long was a classically trained violinist who sacrificed a serious musical career in favour of hillbilly music, playing accordion, violin and piano as well as doing vocals, founding his Santa Fe Rangers in 1946. He later did session work including playing piano on several early Elvis Presley recordings but his own recording career was long and varied, continuing through to the 1980s. Our collection cross-sections his early recordings from the late ‘40s to the early ‘50s, Mix of Western, and early'50s Country including some duets with wife Dolly Long (as 'Dolly Dimples'.)


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CD D 521

EDDIE SHULER & His All Star Revellers – Grand Mamou. BACM 521.

Eddie Shuler was founder of Goldband Records, a label which first brought us Dolly Parton (at age 14!) and, over the decades, everything from traditional cajun, blues legends, pop hits and R&B to zydeco. But Goldband began as a vanity label to showcase Shuler’s own recordings from the mid ‘40s onwards. Here are 24 of these cuts, most with Shuler on guitar and vocals but backed by some of the top musicians of the era. Mix of (mainly) upbeat Western Swing and Cajun styles and it includes Shuler’s regional hit Ace Of Love, co-written with his long time band member, steel guitarist Pee Wee Lyons.


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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 523

KEN CLARK & His Merry Mountain Boys – BACM 523

Another forgotten talent, the great bluegrass musician Ken Clark who laid down some 40 superb recordings on the Starday label in the late 50s, several featuring the legendary Don “Chubby” Anthony on fiddle. Celebrated in this 29 track selection, all of the songs composed by Ken himself – his compositions were recorded by Bill Monroe, Cowboy Copas and The Willis Brothers among others. Thanks to collector Jerry Steinberg for many of the tracks.


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CD D 524

BLUEGRASS SPECIAL LABEL. BACM CD 524

Exhilarating collection of rootsy Bluegrass and Bluegrass-style music, mainly from the King catalogue. Artistes featured include Reno & Smiley, Wade Mainer, Jimmie Martin & Bob Osborne, Grandpa Jones and the great Jimmie Skinner. Some great performances.


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CD D 525

COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE DE LUXE LABEL – BACM 525

Some rootsy hillbilly from the De Luxe label which merged with King Records in the late 1940s. Includes tracks from Jimmy Widener (banjo and guitar, busy LA session man who played and sang with several of the top Western Swing Bands including Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys and Spade Cooley) and Leon Rusk, best known as a songwriter with credits on such classics as A Petal From A Faded Rose (recorded by Hank Snow, George Morgan and Little Jimmie Dickens) and Devil To Pay (recorded by Kris Kristofferson and Johnny Cash).


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CD D 526

RENFRO VALLEY REVISITED. BACM CD 526

Another crop of fine recordings from the legendary Renfro Valley Barn Dance, a companion to our MEMORIES OF RENFRO VALLEY, CD41 released back in 2003 and still available. To quote from Bryan Chalker’s sleeve notes: “These delightfully nostalgic performances are rekindling a lost age of innocence, country living and good old fashioned pickin’ and grinning”!


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CD D 527

PRE WAR WESTERN SWING Vol. 1 1937–1943 BACM CD 527

A treat for Western Swing fans, the first in our planned series of rare live (radio broadcast) Western Swing performances from the 1930s onwards. Mix of obscure and well known bands, including a great I Get The Blues When It Rains from W.Lee O’Daniels Hillbilly Boys. An hour of excellent hot swing, of special interest to collectors and historians of the genre.


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CD D 528

WESLEY TUTTLE & His Texas All Stars BACM CD D 528

26 transcription recordings from the late 1940s by the influential country singer and guitarist; nice mix of Western and Country numbers and some excellent instrumentals; at various times during the sessions his band included some of the top session men of the era including Merle Travis (guitar), Tex Atchinson (fiddle) and Cliffie Stone on bass. Many of the recordings have not been previously released since the 1940s and include several gems.


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CD D 529

CHESTER SMITH Sweet Memories BACM CD 529

A local legend among California country fans but never much promoted elsewhere, Chester Smith was a superb country singer who performed and recorded with an impressive band of top musicians, cutting some great recording well deserving to be brought to new audiences. Our CD features 23 tracks recorded between 1953 and 1959.


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CD D 530

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD Radio & Capitol Recordings. BACM CD 530

Our first CD from this deep voiced song stylist, one of the most distinctive voices in country music who scored a couple of crossover hits in the mid 50s including his biggest success, Sixteen Tons. Enthusiasts will enjoy these rare items – 32 tracks, a mix of radio transcriptions and 1959 recordings on the Capitol label.


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CD D 531

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.4 Various Artists. BACM CD 531

Our country gospel CDs are among our most popular, always resulting in requests for ‘More please’. So we’ve put together this selection, all tracks issued on Rusty York’s Jewel label and recorded 1960/61. Total of 36 tracks, many with a bluegrass flavour, a superb hour of fine country gospel music, much deserving of being preserved and heard by a wide audience.


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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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CD D 533

FOY WILLING Vol. 2 Good Good Morning. BACM CD 533

A second compilation from Foy and the superb Riders Of The Purple Sage, one of the best western vocal groups of the late 40s. 32 more performances, mainly culled from radio transcriptions recorded in the mid ‘40s, a mix of country or western standards and traditional songs. Thank you Don Cusic for the research and sleeve notes.


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CD D 534

CUSTOM MADE HILLBILLY Vol. 9 (Custom Starday Label). BACM CD 534

Another compilation of obscure tracks, mainly from the Dixie label (a sub-label of Starday Records) which specialised in EP’s featuring sound-alike covers of established country and rockabilly artistes. Adds up to a superb hour of good listening across a variety of genres - bluegrass, ballads, rockabilly, country weepers and even some first class yodelling. Many thanks legendary collector Phil J. Tricker for providing us with quality tracks from his collection.


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CD D 535

LULU BELLE & SCOTTY Vol. 2 BACM CD 535

Lots of enthusiasm for our first collection released in early 2011, so we’ve at last compiled a Volume 2, rarities, mainly from the late’40s (6 tracks released on ‘picture’ 78rpms) and early ‘50s. Nice Lulu Belle solo interpretation of Jimmie Rodgers’ Any Old Time. Big thanks to Al Turner for the tracks and Don Cusic for the insert notes.


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CD D 536

THE RANCH BOYS Vol 2 – More Songs Of The Plains. BACM 536

One of the most accomplished, talented cowboy groups of their era – here another 28 tracks, recordings from the mid 1930s – a mix of studio recordings and radio transcriptions including 10 rare tracks from the ‘Pinto Pete & His Ranch Boys shows. Thanks to Kevin Coffey for the research and liner notes (this and the Night Owls). A follow up to our popular Ranch Boys “Songs of the Plains” CD (BACM 12).


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CD D 537

THE NASHVILLE LABEL Vol. 1. BACM 537

Our first compilation of lost gems from the Nashville label – a subsidiary of Starday, established by Don Pierce in 1961. 28 tracks, mostly produced by the legendary Tommy Hill; a feast of authentic 'Nashville country' tracks, featuring top session musicians.


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CD D 538

THE NITE OWLS. Featuring Al Dexter & Clay Long. BACM CD 538

They have largely dropped out of the history books and their recording era lasted just a couple of years in the late 1930s, but the Night Owls were an accomplished trio of superb musicians who went onto become leading players in the fast developing Western swing scene; lead instrumentalist, Bob Symons played (variously) steel, standard guitar and electric guitar – one of the first to record on the instrument, playing one of the early Rickenbackers. This compilation, 28 tracks, mix of styles – proto Western Swing, honky tonk and novelty; 18 as The Night owls, featuring several vocalists including two (unissued) tracks featuring a young Al Dexter a few years before he hit the big time with Pistol Packing Mama.


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CD D 539

AL TERRY Better Late Than Never. BACM CD 539

Al Terry scored a rockabilly hit with Good Deal Lucille but this collection focuses on his earlier recordings, mainly ballads, showcasing his smooth baritone voice not dissimilar to Gene Autry, plus a couple of instrumentals and an interesting narration, a duo with Patti Lyles on I’m Still Waiting For You. Haunting steel and distinctive fiddle from Al’s brothers Bobby and Floyd respectively.


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CD D 540

RILEY SHEPARD – I Hang My Head And Cry. BACM CD 540.

Thanks are due to Riley’s daughter Stacya Silverman for her painstaking efforts to track down information on this talented, enigmatic musician who recorded under more than a dozen names. Here we present a selection of his 1940s recordings made as ‘Riley Shepard’, plus two as ‘Rex Cross’. Mix of styles, some country ballads, novelty tunes and even a swinging New Jole Blon featuring the legendary jazz violinist Eddie South.


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CD D 541

MERL LINDSAY & His Oklahoma Night Riders Vol. 1. BACM CD 541

For Western Swing collectors - 27 recordings, non previously released commercially, by one of the best of the great western swing bands, led by fiddler, guitarist and singer Merl Lindsay. They began performing and recording in the early 1940s but our collection focuses mainly on the 1950s, a mix of radio transcriptions, unreleased demos and some excerpts from a live radio show in 1958. Track 12 features future superstar Wanda Jackson, singing Jimmy C. Newman’s Cry, Cry Darling.


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CD D 542

TNT Hillbilly Label Vol.1 Various Artists.  BACM CD 542

26 recordings from the San Antonio-based TNT label, 1950s and early ‘60s, mainly obscure artistes but includes two rarities from the great Eddie Noack (see also BACM 277) and a couple of Red River Dave McEnery/Davis Sisters duets. A chance to hear two songs from ‘The Rolling Stones’, backing the obscure Lucky Hill - years before the other band with the same name emerged from across the Atlantic!


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CD D 543

JOE WERNER Early Cajun Artist.  BACM CD 543

Joe Werner is nowadays largely forgotten but was a talented musician who made some superb music in the 1930s - Joe singing, playing guitar and harmonica - and adding his haunting whistling on several tracks, whilst backed with some of the top Cajun musicians of the era. Our compilation covers the period 1937-38; the music is more ‘Hillbilly with Cajun musicians’ rather than strictly ‘Cajun’– familiar songs and tunes, some sung in English, some French and includes a fine version of Wondering, a song which later became a big hit for Webb Pierce. Refreshing to hear familiar hillbilly classics like Twenty One Years and They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree sung in French!


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CD D 544

Early California Cowboys & Hillbillies Vol. 2 BACM CD 544 

There was a thriving country music scene in California in the 1930s and we have at last got around to this second compilation of historic recordings (a follow up to the first volume issued in 2010). Includes five rare 1934-37 recordings from the great Stuart Hamblen when his style was still largely modelled on Jimmie Rodgers. Another highlight, six more transcription recordings from Dude Martin & his Nevada Nite Herders (following up those on BACM’s CD 194, DUDE MARTIN’S NEVADA NIGHT HERDERS Cowboy’s Nightmare). Curiously, yet another group called ‘The Rolling Stones’ – this one even earlier, featuring Jimmy Adams (guitar) and Bud Jamison (harmonica and tenor), recorded in 1930. Thanks to Kevin Coffey for the research and comprehensive liner notes.


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CD D 545

BIG JIM DeNOONE The Giant Of Western Swing BACM CD 545

Our first collection from Big Jim DeNoone, the best of his recordings on the 4 Star and Obit labels, 27 tracks, good solid late ‘40s/early 1950’s ‘Country’, including several hit covers. DeNoone was a bandleader and superb fiddle player (won the North West Fiddlers Contest three times, 1958-60 and earlier, was National Champion Fiddler); a regular on the northern California country scene in the mid ‘50s.


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CD D 546

BENNY LEADERS & The Western Rangers BACM CD 546

Leaders was an accomplished bass player who played with Jerry Irby’s Texas Ranchers and the Bar X Cowboys in the late 1940s before striking out with his own band. This is the first CD collection dedicated solely to Leaders’ recordings, gathering the best of his 1949-53 studio tracks plus a number of superb live recordings including a sizzling take on Lonesome Hearted Blues from 1948 and featuring legendary steel guitar pioneer Bob Dunn.


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CD D 547

Eddie Dean & Andy Parker And The Plainsmen BACM CD 547

An essential ingredient of the 1940s black and white westerns, was the cowboy band, typically playing over the opening and closing credits as well as doing a ‘live’ performance built into the story. This collection takes songs from six popular movies from 1947/1948 featuring singing cowboy Eddie Dean (see also BACM CD 69, Dusty Old Saddle). We also include eight tracks of Eddie accompanied by the superb Andy Parker and The Plainsmen. Thanks are due to Andy’s son, Joe, who edited and digitally restored the tracks – continuing his epic work over the decades, archiving and restoring classic Western recordings, preserving an important part of America’s musical heritage for future generations.


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CD D 548

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.5 Rare Recordings From The Peach State BACM CD 548

A fifth volume of Country Gospel recordings. 29 tracks, all from obscure acts issued by the Trepor, Redcrest and Gospel Jubileer labels in the Peach Pickin' state of Georgia. Classic Deep South Country Gospel, much of it bluegrass style.


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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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