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CD D 484

JIMMY DEAN Vol. 2 – Stay A Little Longer. BACM CD 484


A follow up to our CD 252, here are 30 more recordings from the Big Bad John man, a fine selection of his recordings from the 1950s and 60s.

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Track listing:

- Basin Street Blues
- Have You Ever Been Lonely
- I Was Just Walking Out The Door
- Dark Town Poker Club
- Deep Blue Sea
- Love Me So Ill Know
- Little Sandy Sleighfoot
- When They Ring The Golden Bells
- Sing Along
- Weekend Blue
- Stay A Little Longer
- Counting Tears
- Thanks For The Dream
- Theres Still Time Brother
- Little Boy Lost
- Therell Be No Teardrops Tonight
- Give Me Back My Heart
- Its Been A Long Time
- Mile Long Train
- This Ole House
- Funniest Thing I Ever Heard
- Thumb Pick Pete
- Mind Your Own Business
- I Really Dont Want To Know
- False Pride
- Hang Your Head In Shame
- Philosiphizin
- Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy
- Tennessee Saturday Night
- You All Come

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02-Have-You-Ever-Been-Lonely (1962)

28-Chattanooga-Sunshine-Boy (1963)


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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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CD D 680

NEW ORLEANS HILLBILLY – Various Artists. BACM 680

Another BACM CD focusing on a particular US region or State – this one covering the niche but vibrant country music scene in and around New Orleans, mainly 1950s. All the performers are obscure but several had a loyal fan base in the area largely thanks to local R&B radio stations providing early morning country music air time as well several local club venues catering to country enthusiasts. Interesting selection of fresh-on-the ear artistes and songs.


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CD D 681

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 9 Guns And Guitars. BACM 681

Both of the BACM founders were massive fans of Gene Autry and over the years managed to acquired just about every one of his recordings. They have already released eight CD compilations several of which have been BACM's biggest sellers, leading to requests for 'More please" and Brian has trawled through the collection and managed to dig up another 24 sides, for this ninth collection, drawn from the period 1936-46. Includes several country classics like Don’t Fence Me In, The Last Letter and The Answer To Nobody's Darling with Autry in fine voice.


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CD D 676

Carson Robison & Frank Luther-Smokey Mountain Bill. BACM CD 676

Another set of Carson Robison recordings with recording partner Frank Luther, mostly as Bud & Joe Billings (“Bud” being Luther and “Joe” Robison) or as The Carson Robison Trio with line ups including Frank’s brother Luther and other musicians like John Cali (tenor banjo) and Roy Smeck (steel guitar and sometimes banjo). All from the period 1928 to 1933.


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CD D 677

COUNTRY MUSIC LADIES – Vol. 3. BACM CD 677

Our third Country Music Ladies compilation includes a mix of well known artistes (Carolina Cotton, Dale Evans and June Carter) and lesser known ones. The previous volumes focused on the 1950s but this time we include some from the 1930s (yodelling duo The De Zurik Sisters) and 1940s (the Rodik Sisters – for a snippet of them singing on the 1941 movie The Return Of Daniel Boone, check YouTube!). Mattie O’Neil started out singing with one of her sisters Martha Carson (see BACM CDs 161 and 204); we feature four of her recordings accompanied by husband Salty Holmes, founder member of The Prairie Ramblers.


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CD D 678

Prairie Ramblers Vol 5-BACM 678 incl. some as The Sweet Violet Boys

By popular request we’ve managed to put together a fifth volume from this versatile and musically talented group whose repertoire spanned cowboy songs, mountain music, Western swing, and comedy. This set spans their recording career from 1935 to the late 1940s and includes several of their risqué numbers recorded under the pseudonym The Sweet Violet Boys. Thank you Country music author and historian Tony Byworth for the liner notes.


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CD D 673

A Tribute To Dave Barnes – Various Artists BACM CD 673

Dedicated to the memory of BACM founder Dave Barnes, we have put together this selection of some of his favourite recordings, easy going, old style Country & Western, the music that Dave began collecting on 78rpm records over 70 years ago, back in the era of the Saturday picture show westerns. The collection grew and grew, eventually requiring a purpose-built building till bursting at the seams with over 670,000 recordings and over a million items in total including the books, magazines, videos etc!


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