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CD D 472

COUNTRY JOHNNY MATHIS – Come On In. B.A.C.M. 472


Our first collection from this gifted singer-songwriter (NOT the pop crooner of the same name); credited with over 500 songwriting credits, several of which became country standard’s including Please Talk To MY Heart, a country Top 10 hit for Ray Price. One of the all time great country voices ...

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Track listing:

- Ive Been Known To Cry
- From A Kiss To The Blues
- Since I Said Goodbye To Love
- I Dont  Know How I Can Live
- Run Please Run
- The Chances Are
- Come On In
- Caryl Chessman
- Tears And Gold
- When I Came Through Town
- Only Time Will Tell
- Geisha Girl
- Holiday For Love
- I Thought I Heard You Call My Name
- Moonlight Magic
- One Life
- Thinking Too Far  Behind
- Wouldnt That Be Something
- Every Road Must Have A Turn
- Im Still In Love With Kay
- Please Talk To My Heart
- Lets Go Home
- A Love Gone Wrong
- If I Could Keep You Off My Mind
- Everbody Else Does
- Give Me A Little More
- Rock A-By-Daddy
- Be Boppin Daddy

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Listen to sample tracks:

02 From-a-kiss-to-The-Blues (Glad-Label. 1959)

25 Everybody-Else-Does (Starday - Rec.1955)


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CD D 688

COUNTRY MUSIC GOES TO WAR -Various Artists. BACM CD 688

Timely, although already in preparation before the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, we have compiled 24 war-related recordings many from Country Music’s top names in the WWI and post-war era - including Gene Autry, Merle Travis and Elton Britt. To quote from Paul Hazell’s liner notes “A wonderful selection of tracks from various sub-genres of country music, together encapsulating many facets of war – both in the field of battle and back home – the tragedy and loss alongside courage and striving for survival and many moments of humour”. Thanks are due to John Cowling for the concept and for providing several of the tracks.


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CD D 689

WHITEY & HOGAN -Sunny Side Of Life. BACM CD 689

Nowadays largely forgotten, (Roy) “Whitey” (Grant) and (Arval) Hogan were a superb close harmony guitar/mandolin duo from North Carolina who went on to be one of the longest running acts in country music history, delighting audiences for eight decades. BACM’s compilation includes their earliest recordings from 1939 (Decca) as well as a selection of their 1940s recordings across several labels.


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CD D 690

MIRTH, MUSIC & MOONSHINE – Old Time Comedy. Vol 2. BACM CD 690

A second compilation of old time comedy, tunes and songs, mainly from the 1920s and 1930s.


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CD D 685

OTTAWA VALLEY HALL OF FAME – First 10 Years. BACM CD 685

The Ottawa Country Music Hall of Fame was founded to preserve and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Canadian country music and BACM have compiled this selection of recordings from their early inductees. Highlights include several tracks each from Hank LaRiviere and Hank Snow devotee Orval Prophet. A nice hour of true-to-its-roots country music. Thanks to Derek Taylor for the liner notes which include a brief sketch of the origins and development of Canadian Country and short bios of the artistes.


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CD D 686

COLE WILSON & The Tumbleweeds with Nola Hewitt. BACM CD 686

Country music achieved popularity in New Zealand in the 1930s with the recordings of Jimmie Rodgers, Harry Torrani and Wilf Carter inspiring a generation of home grown talent including the legendary Tex Morton. A generation later two families steeped in the music of that earlier era emerged, the brothers Cole and Les Wilson and the Hewitt Sisters, Nola and Myra. Les Wilson went to develop his own career in the Wilf Carter style as The Otago Rambler while in the late 1940s, Cole and Nola teamed up with double-base player Bill Ditchfield and steel guitarist Colin McCrorie first as The Hawaiian Serenaders and then The Tumbleweeds. They cut dozens of tracks for the Tanza label between 1949 and 1952 and BACM are pleased to present a selection of these recordings which we believe is their first reissue since the original singles. To quote from Paul Hazell’s liner notes: “Cole’s distinctive vocals and occasional yodelling, Nola’s harmonies and McCrorie’s melancholy steel combined to produce a distinctive sound that was new and unique”.


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CD D 687

OLD TIME TUNES & SONGS Vol 5. BACM CD 687

A fifth volume of historic recordings from the golden era of early country - adding up to an enjoyable hour of nostalgic listening for old timey music fans. Kicked off by Elton Britt's superb rendition of Gene Autry's Goodbye Little Darling followed by a mix of styles including hillbilly versions of Vaudeville ballads, contemporary story songs, comic pieces and old time fiddle tunes.


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CD D 682

AUDREY WILLIAMS & The Drifting Cowboys. BACM CD 682

Not the world’s most tuneful singer but someone who played a key part in the history of country music as Hank Snr’s wife and manager and sometimes singing partner in concert and on record. Many of the tracks in our compilation have rarely been heard or re-released since the early 1950s and will be of especial interest to Hank Williams completists. Includes several of her Decca recordings from 1950 with Hank Snr on rhythm, Don Helms steel, Hilous Butram bass and Jerry Rivers fiddle.


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CD D 683

PETE PIKE – The Virginia Hillbilly. BACM CD 683.

We included three Pete Pike recordings on our BLUE RIBBON LABEL collection (BACM CD 683) leading to many requests for more. We have now sourced enough tracks for a full CD (thanks are due to David Mankelow). Pike was another of those big talents who somehow never made the national big time despite a distinctive voice and making some fine recordings. He achieved strong local popularity in Virginia in the ‘40s through radio shows and appearances at the Virginia Music festival and was one of the first artistes to sign up to the Rebel Record Company in 1950, recording at the legendary Owen Bradley Studios with Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer and Pete Drake as key session men. Several of these early recordings are on our BACM disc – mainly in the classic early 50s country style somewhat reminiscent of Webb Pierce. We also include some later recordings in a more bluegrassy style duetting with Buzz Busby in Washington DC.


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CD D 684

OLD TIME TUNES & SONGS Vol 4. BACM CD 684.

Another compendium of early country recordings restored from the original 78s, many on CD for the first time. A nostalgic trip into authentic Country roots, mainly ‘20s and ‘30s with a mix of well known legends and some extremely obscure artistes.


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CD D 679

LOUISE MASSEY & THE WESTERNERS. Vol 2. Recorded 1934-42. BACM 679

A second volume of recordings from this band, popular on radio and live appearances especially during the 1930s – a mix of Mexican, polka, cowboy and swing tunes. This selection, ARC and Columbia recordings, mainly late ‘30s and early 40s.


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