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Following on from earlier selections of rare recordings from other US states including Colorado (BACM CD 404), Georgia (BACM CD 548), Kentucky (BACM CD 475), Ohio (CD 465 and 570), Texas (BACM CDs 486 and 574 ) and Wisconsin (BACM CD 464) we now turn to Missouri, home to a dazzling array of country music talent. We have unearthed 26 fine recordings, mainly the 1940s and ‘50s, mostly by artistes who never made the big time but deserved to. A couple who did achieve wider fame – Wade Ray, who went onto achieve a good deal of success as an RCA artiste and Rod Morris, best known nowadays as writer of Jim Reeves’ smash hit Bimbo. Morris had been active on the Missouri country scene from 1937.