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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Red Smiley

Arthur Lee "Red" Smiley *17-05-25 Asheville, NC, + 02-01-72
2nd version
by Dick Grant, Gary B. Reid & Jeremy Stephens with acknowledgements to Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank, Ken Nelson, Rocky Lambert, Mario Manciotti, Walt Saunders & Bill Daniels.
SESSIONS
see also Reno & Smiley
1966 WDBJ TV Station, Roanoke, VA –Tater Tate backed by Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups (Clarence Tate [fiddle], Red Smiley [gt], Billy Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows [mandolin], John Palmer [bass])
000 COBBLER’S HOP Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 SWEET DAISY WALTZ Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 DONE GONE Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 WAKE UP SUSAN Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 CALLIN’ THE CATTLE Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 WALTZ YOU SAVED FOR ME Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 JOHNSON’S OLE GREY MULE Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 SATAN’S DREAM Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 OVER THE WAVES Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 WHISTLING RUFUS Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 MAPLE SUGAR Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 GREY EAGLE Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
000 NO GRASS GROWIN’ Smiley SLP-3000 Rimrock SLP-3000
1966 WDBJ TV Station, Roanoke, VA – Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], David Deese [vcl/banjo], Gene Burrows [vcl/mandolin], John Palmer [bass], Clarence Tate [fiddle])
001 IT’S BECAUSE GOD PLANNED IT THAT WAY Smiley SLP-3001, Rimrock SLP-3001 Old Homestead OHCS-120
002 I’M JUST A STRANGER THERE Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
003 WHAT HOPE WOULD WE HAVE WITHOUT GOD Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
004 I’M SATISFIED WITH JESUS Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
005 I KNOW THE LORD WILL MAKE A WAY Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
006 THE OLD VILLAGE CHURCH ON THE HILL Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120 007 MAY WE MEET AGAIN Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
008 THAT’S THE WAY I WANT TO GO Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
009 STANDING OUTSIDE Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
010 WHERE NO CABINS FALL Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
011 GLORY-LAND IS NEARING Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
012 I’LL UNDERSTAND IT BYE AND BYE Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
013 I’LL BE ALL RIGHT ON HEAVEN’S SHORE Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
014 JUST A ROSE WILL DO Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
015 I HEARD MY MOTHER CALL MY NAME IN PRAYER Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
016 CAMPING IN CANAAN’S LAND Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
017 EVERYBODY WILL BE HAPPY OVER THERE Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
018 WAY DOWN DEEP IN MY SOUL Smiley SLP-3001 Rimrock SLP-3001 OHCS-120
1966 poss. WDBJ TV Station, Roanoke, VA – Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], David Deese or William Eugene “Billy” Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows or Udell McPeak [mandolin], John Palmer [bass], Clarence Tate [fiddle])
019 OLD JOE CLARK Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
020 STONEY’S WALTZ Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
021 MULE SKINNER BLUES Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
022 TUPELO COUNTY JAIL Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
023 JIMMY’S THING Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
024 FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
025 DREAM Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
026 BO JANGLES Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
027 OLD CHUNK OF COAL Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
028 GOSPEL MEDLEY Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
029 ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL –instr.- Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
030 RAWHIDE Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
031 IT AIN’T ME BABE Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
032 NINE POUND HAMMER Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
033 BUSTED Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
034 MAY I SLEEP IN YOUR BARN TONIGHT, MISTER Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
035 RUBY Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
036 I AM THE GRASS Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
037 BLUES STAY AWAY FROM ME Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
038 ROVIN’ GAMBLER Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
039 EVERYBODY LOVES A NUT Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
040 BURY ME BENEATH THE WILLOW Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
041 UNDER THE DOUBLE EAGLE –instr.- Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
042 ROLLIN’ IN MY SWEET BABY’S ARMS Rimrock unissued Old Homestead OHCD-4120
The above recordings may have taken place at Wayne Raney’s Rimrock Recording Studio in Concord, Ar.
1966 Akron. OH – Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], David Deese or Billy Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows [mandolin], John Palmer [bass], “Tater” Tate [fiddle]. Producer: Lee Sutton)
043 ROLL ON BUDDY ROLL ON Rural Rhythm RRRS-160 RHY-314 RHY-105 RHY-275 RHY-306
044 SUMMERTIME TIME IS PAST AND GONE RRRS-160 RHY-310
045 BIG SANDY –instr.- RRRS-160 RHY-292 RHY-302 RHY-317
046 TAKE THIS HAMMER RRRS-160 RHY314 RHY-282 RHY-CD-321 RHY-CD-335
047 WRECK OF THE No.9. RRRS-160 RHY-314
048 LET THE CHURCH ROLL ON RRRS-160 RHY-104 RHY-280 RHY-316 RHY-326
049 SHORT LIFE OF TROUBLE RRRS-160 RHY-314 RHY-105 RHY-CD-322 RHY-107
050 SHADY GROVE RRRS-160 RHY-314 RHY-105 RHY-275 RHY-306 RHY-107
051 LITTLE MAGGIE RRRS-160 RHY-282 RHY-315 RHY-CD-336
052 900 MILES RRRS-160 RHY-314 RHY-282 RHY-315 RHY-CD-335
053 SILVER BELLS –instr.- RRRS-160 RHY-292 RHY-105 RHY-300 RHY-318 RHY-CD-337 RHY-107
054 OH! MONAH RRRS-160 RHY-277 RHY-301 RHY-314 RHY-CD-321
055 TUPELO COUNTY JAIL RRRS-160 RHY-298
056 BLACK EYED SUSAN RRRS-160 RHY-292 RHY-302, RHY-309
057 FALLEN LEAF RRRS-160 RHYCD-107
058 SOMETHING GOT HOLD ON ME RRRS-160 RHY-101
059 LITTLE BIRDIE RRRS-160 RHY-301 RHY-314
060 IN THE PINES RRRS-160 RHY-314 RHY-105 RHY-278
061 DARLIN’ COREY RRRS-160 RHY-305 RHY-314 RHY-CD-322
062 I’M WORKING ON A BUILDING RRRS-160 RHY-293 RHY-303 RHY-314 RHY-319
063 SOMEBODY TOUCHED ME RRRS-160 RHY-287 RHY-314 RHY-104 RHY-CD-335
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-277 MOUNTAIN MUSIC CLASSICS: SONGS OF RURAL AMERICA (30th July 2002); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-282 SMOKY MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS: 24 TRADITIONAL FAVORITES, Vintage 60s.(21st January 2003); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-293 RURAL RHYTHM GOSPEL: 20 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FAVORITES (16th March 2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-300 BANJO COLLECTION: 25 BLUEGRASS BANJO FAVORITES (15th March 2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-305 BLUEGRASS HERITAGE, Vol.2.: ROOTS & BRANCHES, 25 MORE BLUEGRASS CLASSICS (19th July 2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-317 APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS: 30 VINTAGE CLASSICS (22nd May 2007); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-319 GET IN LINE BROTHER: REAL MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS GOSPEL (31st July 2007); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-322 CLASSIC MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS: 25 APPALACHIAN FAVORITES (12th February 2008); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-326 APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN GOSPEL: SOUND TRADITION: 25 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL CLASSICS (10th June 2008)
1967 Akron, OH – Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], Billy Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows [mandolin], John Palmer [bass], “Tater” Tate [fiddle]. Producer: Lee Sutton)
064 THERE AIN’T NOBODY GONNA MISS ME WHEN I’M GONE Rural Rhythm RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-265 RHY-103 RHY-111 RHY-275 RHY-284 RHY-306 RHY-314 RHY-327
065 IT’S RAINING HERE THIS MORNING RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-269 RHY-314 RHY-CD-336 RHY-105
066 THE PALE HORSE AND HIS RIDER RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-293 RHY-316
067 PLANT SOME FLOWERS BY MY GRAVE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHYCD-107
068 PRISONER’S DREAM RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-271 RHY-298
069 TAKE ME IN THE LIFEBOAT RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-104 RHY-271 RHY-280 RHY-307 RHY-314 RHY-326
070 BUDDED ON EARTH TO BLOOM IN HEAVEN RRRS-182 RHY-182
071 I’LL BE NO STRANGER THERE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-287 RHY-307 RHY-314
072 THE MAN OF GALILEE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-303
073 A BEAUTIFUL LIFE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-104 RHY-326 RHY-CD-335
074 LITTLE DARLIN’ PAL OF MINE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-311 RHY-CD-321
075 BANKS OF THE OHIO RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-275 RHY-314 RHY-CD-321
076 DRIFTING TOO FAR FROM THE SHORE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-104 RHY-CD-331
077 I’M JUST HERE TO GET MY BABY OUT OF JAIL RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-291 RHY-CD-322 078 BABY GIRL RRRS-182 RHY-182
079 KATY HILL –instr.- RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-292 RHY-299 RHY-314
080 LITTLE GLASS OF WINE RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-306 RHY-314
081 PROSPERITY SPECIAL RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-299
082 LIVING THE RIGHT LIFE NOW RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-287 RHY-104 RHY-316 RHY-CD-336
083 THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER RRRS-182 RHY-182 RHY-316
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-265 21 OLD TIME FAVORITES (1998); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-271 24 OLD-TIMEY FAVORITES (15th May 2001); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-275 25 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS: SONGS OF RURAL AMERICA (22nd January 2002); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-284 UP ON THE MOUNTAIN, Vol.2. THE BLUEGRASS COLLECTION (11th March 2003); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-287 SMOKY MOUNTAIN GOSPEL: 24 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FAVORITES (29th July 2003); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-291 RURAL RHYTHM BLUEGRASS: 20 TRADITIONAL FAVORITES, Vintage 60s.(13th January 2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-103 MOUNTAIN SWING! 15 TRADITIONAL BLUEGRASS FAVORITES (2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-104 THE BLUEGRASS BIBLE: 40 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL CLASSICS (2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-311 LOG CABIN FAVORITES: 25 TRADITIONAL CLASSICS, Vol.1. (26th September 2006); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-316 SUNDAY MORNIN’ SINGIN’: 30 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FAVORITES (20th February 2007); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-111 THEORY OF ACOUSTIC EVOLUTION: BORDERS TAKES BLUEGRASS BACK TO THE FUTURE (2007); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-327 BLUEGRASS GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE: THEORY OF ACOUSTIC EVOLUTION (24th June 2008); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-331 JESUS LOVES ME…THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO (10th February 2009); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-336 BLUEGRASS FOR EVERYONE! 25 ASSORTED CLASSICS (2009); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-107 RURAL RHYTHM presents THE GOLDEN AGE OF BLUEGRASS: TRADITIONAL BLUEGRASS & MOUNTAIN STYLE: 40 VINTAGE CLASSICS (2010)
1966 Akron, OH – Tater Tate with Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups (Clarence Tate [fiddle], Red Smiley [gt], Billy Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows [mandolin], John Palmer [bass]. Lee Sutton)

000 LEE SUTTON SPECIAL Rural Rhythm RRTT-193
000 LITTLE HOME IN WEST VIRGINIA RRTT-193
000 SUGAR TREE STOMP RRTT-193 RHY-310
000 LAND OF JUBILO RRTT-193 RHY-302
000 LISA LYNN WALTZ RRTT-193
000 COLONIAL BREAKDOWN RRTT-193
000 GATEWAY TWO STEP RRTT-193
000 TEETOTALERS REEL RRTT-193 RHY-305 RHY-309
000 LOST INDIAN –instr.- RRTT-193 RHY-292 RHY-299 RHY-CD-323
000 HELL AMONG THE YEARLINGS RRTT-193 RHYCD-107
000 LONE STAR RAG RRTT-193
000 LONDON HORNPIPE RRTT-193
000 WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY RRTT-193
000 SNOW DEER RRTT-193 RHY-265 RHY-299
000 MAPLE SUGAR RRTT-193
000 BLUE WATER HORNPIPE RRTT-193 RHY-299
000 WHISKEY BEFORE BREAKFAST RRTT-193 RHY-292 RHY-273 RHY-281
000 CHIPPEWA BREAKDOWN RRTT-193
000 SUGAR IN THE GOURD RRTT-193 RHY-299 RHY-CD-336 RHY-105 RHY-107
000 SWEET TATER REEL RRTT-193
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-281 UP ON THE MOUNTAIN, Vol.1.(29th October 2002); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-292 RENO & SMILEY: STRICTLY INSTRUMENTAL 16 RURAL RHYTHM CLASSICS [THE BEST OF](24th February 2004);RURAL RHYTHM RHY-299 FIDDLE COLLECTION: 24 BLUEGRASS FIDDLE FAVORITES (31st August 2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-302 BACK PORCH BLUEGRASS: 25 BLUEGRASS INSTRUMENTAL CLASSICS (22nd February 2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-309 BURNIN’ UP THE STRINGS: THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS INSTRUMENTALS (25th April 2006)
1967 Akron, OH – J.E. Mainer, Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups (Joseph Emmett J.E. Mainer [vcl/fiddle], Red Smiley [rh gt], Billy Edwards [banjo], Gene Burrows [mandolin], John Palmer [bass], poss. Tater Tate [fiddle]. Producer: Lee Sutton)
000 SEVEN AND A HALF Rural Rhythm RRJE-198
000 DEVILISH MARY RRJE-198
000 HANNAH RRJE-198
000 BABY BUNTIN RRJE-198
000 RIDE OLD BUCK TO WATER RRJE-198
000 CASEY JONES RRJE-198
000 ARKANSAS TRAVELER RRJE-198
000 CHANGE IN BUSINESS ALL ROUND RRJE-198
000 POLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON RRJE-198
000 SHADY GROVE RRJE-198
000 OLD BLIND HORSE RRJE-198
000 PAPA’S BILLY GOAT RRJE-198
000 BURGLAR MAN RRJE-198
000 DON’T TAX THE GIRLS RRJE-198
000 ELEVEN CENTS COTTON RRJE-198
000 HOME SWEET HOME RRJE-198
000 SHORTNIN’ BREAD RRJE-198
000 JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN RRJE-198
000 I HAD AN OLD GREY MARE RRJE-198
000 ALABAMA CAMP MEETING RRJE-198
early 1968 Canton, OH – Jim Eanes with Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cut-Ups (Homer Robert Jim Eanes Jr. [vcl/gt], Red Smiley [tnr vcl/rh gt], Gene Burrows [gt-1/mand-2], Peggy Peterson [dobro], Billy Edwards [banjo], John Palmer [bass], Tater Tate [fiddle]. Producer: Lee Sutton)
083 SPARKLING BLUE EYES Rural Rhythm RRJE-197 RHY-310
084 MOLLY DARLING RRJE-197 RHY-265 RHY-105
085 YUM YUM BLUES RRJE-197
086 EVERYBODY DOES IT IN HAWAII RRJE-197
087 I AIN’T GOT NOBODY RRJE-197
088 KEEP A LIGHT IN YOUR WINDOW RRJE-197
089 GAMBLING POLKA DOT BLUES RRJE-197
090 TUCK AWAY MY LONESOME BLUES RRJE-197
091 DO YOU EVER THINK OF ME RRJE-197
092 SHE’S STILL THAT OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE RRJE-197
093 WHISTLIN’ RUFUS –instr.- RRJE-197 RHY-286 RHY-292 RHY-315
094 CAROLINA SUNSHINE GIRL RRJE-197
095 LOVE ME NOW RRJE-197
096 TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING RRJE-197
097 LOVER’S LANE RRJE-197
098 BROKEN ENGAGEMENT RRJE-197
099 MY MOTHER WAS A LADY RRJE-197
100 THERE’LL COME A TIME RRJE-197
101 BUDDED ROSES RRJE-197
102 SALLY GOODIN RRJE-197 RHY-299 RHY-306 RHY-CD-323
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-306 THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS. Vol.1.: 25 TRADITIONAL CLASSICS (2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-310 GRASSROOTS BLUEGRASS: LEGENDS AND LOST CLASSICS (29th August 2006); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-315 BLUEGRASS IN THE SMOKIES: 30 TRADITIONAL CLASSICS (16th January 2007)
1968 Akron, OH - Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], Tater Tate [gt-1/fiddle-2], Herschel Sizemore [mandolin] + unknown musicians. Producer: Lee Sutton)
103 DIRTY DISHES Rural Rhythm RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-277
104 I ONLY WANT A BUDDY RRRS-211 RHY-211
105 DEAR OLD DIXIE –instr.- RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-269 RHY-292 RHY-300 RHY-309 RHY-314 RHY-CD-323 RHY-CD-337
106 LET’S THE REST OF THE WORLD GO RRRS-211 RHY-211
107 ROCK ABOUT MY SARO JANE RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-269 RHY-281 RHY-314
108 OLD PAL RRRS-211 RHY-211
109 WHEN OUR LORD SHALL COME AGAIN RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-101 RHY-314 RHY-271 RHY-280 RHY-281 RHY-307
110 DYING SOLDIER RRRS-211 RHY-211
111 GARDEN IN THE SKY RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-303
112 LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE RRRS-211 RHY-211
113 I NEVER SEE MAGGIE ALONE RRRS-211 RHY-211
114 RED WING –instr.- RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-276 RHYCD-107
115 PHILADELPHIA LAWYER RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-298
116 PRAYER BELLS OF HEAVEN RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-101 RHY-271 RHY-280 RHY-307
117 TAKE YOUR BLUES RRRS-211 RHY-211
118 CONEY ISLE RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-308 RHY-314
119 JUST TELL THEM THAT YOU SAW ME RRRS-211 RHY-211
120 THE OLD GOSPEL SHIP RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-101 RHY-271 RHY-280 RHY-307 RHY-314
121 MY FARM IN LOUISIANA RRRS-211 RHY-211 RHY-105
122 BRING IT ON DOWN TO MY HOUSE HONEY RRRS-211 RHY-211
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-269 24 BLUEGRASS FAVORITES (2000); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-276 25 CLASSICS: SONGS OF RURAL AMERICA (22nd January 2002); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-280 DOWN HOME GOSPEL: 24 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FAVORITES (19th July 2002); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-101 SUNDAY MORNING BLUEGRASS: 15 BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FAVORITES (2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-298 OUTLAWS, RENEGADES AND ROGUES: 20 SONGS OF THE BADMEN: 25 CLASSICS (26th October 2004); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-303 BLUEGRASS HYMNS: 25 GOSPEL CLASSICS (26th April 2005); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-307 THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS GOSPEL. Vol.1., 25 TRADITIONAL CLASSICS (21st February 2006); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-308 THE BEST OF MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS (14th March 2006); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-323 FRONT PORCH PICKIN’: THE NEW COLLECTION, 50 YEARS OF TRADITION (4th March 2008); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-337 APPALACHIAN BANJO BREAKDOWN (13th October 2009); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-105 BLUEGRASS PRIDE! FIFTY YEARS OF TRADITION: 40 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS (22nd June 2010)
btw 1966-1968 Akron, OH - Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (Producer: Lee Sutton)
123 SALT CREEK –instr.- RHY-292 RHY-300 RHY-301 RHY-314 RHY-CD-321 RHY-CD-335
RURAL RHYTHM RHY-301 BLUEGRASS HERITAGE: ROOTS & BRANCHES, 25 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS (11th January 2005);RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-321 THAT GOOD OL’ BLUEGRASS: THE GOLDEN AGE OF BLUEGRASS (29th January 2008); RURAL RHYTHM RHY-CD-335 VINTAGE BLUEGRASS ESSENTIALS: 40 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS (25th August 2008)
1968 Nashville, TN – Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (Red Smiley [vcl/rh gt], Wade Phillips [ld gt], Jeff Newman [steel], D.J. Fontana [drums])
124 LOOK WHAT I’VE TURNED TO TODAY Sound Stop 007
125 STOP ME Sound Stop 007
126 OLD HAS BEEN Sound Stop 007
127 BEST FEMALE ACTRESS OF THE YEAR Sound Stop 007
128 FALSE IMPRESSIONS Sound Stop 007
129 THE HURT Sound Stop 007
130 WILD HONEY Sound Stop 007
131 MY WORLD Sound Stop 007
132 YOUR LOVE Sound Stop 007
133 WAILING WALL Sound Stop 007


ALBUMS
Smiley SLP-3000 All-Time Favorite Fiddle: Town And Country-Hoedowns-Breakdowns-Waltzs: Cobbler's Hop; Sweet Daisy Waltz; Black Mountain Rag; Done Gone; Wake Up Susan; Callin' the Cattle; Waltz You Saved For Me; Johnson's Old Grey Mule; Satan's Dream; Over the Waves; Whistling Rufus; Maple Sugar; Grey Eagle; No Grass Growin' – 06-66 Tater Tate (rev.in Country & Western Roundabout Vol.4, #14 Oct/Nov/Dec 1966 in the United Kingdom; Rimrock SLP-3000 The original [1st Press] sleeve has the same sleeve and details as SMILEY SLP-3000, but in place of Smiley Records, WDBJ-TV, Roanoke, Va., the sleeve has Rimrock Records, Concord, Arkansas. [Red label with Black print] released July 1966, rev. in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.1, #2 August 1966; RIMROCK SLP-3000 The [2nd Press] sleeve has a [bridge/barge/rowboat/people/church] scene. Red label with Black print; RIMROCK SLP-3000 The [3rd Press] sleeve has a [blue background with drawings of a double bass-banjo and 2 guitars] Yellow label with Black print)
Smiley SLP-3001 Red Smiley And The Bluegrass Cutups Sing 18 Of Their Most Requested Gospel Songs: It's Because God Planned It That Way; I'm Just A Stranger Here; What Hope Would We Have; I'm Satisfied With Jesus; I Know The Lord Will Make A Way;The Old Village Church On The Hill; May We Meet Again; That's The Way I Want To Go;Standing Outside; Where No Cabins Fall; Glory-Land Is Nearing; I'll Understand It Bye And Bye; I'll Be All Right On Heaven's Shore; Just A Rose Will Do; I Heard My Mother Call My Name In Prayer; Camping In Canaan's Land; Everybody Will Be Happy Over There; 'Way Down Deep In My Soul – 06-66 (SMILEY SLP-3001 rev. in Country & Western Roundabout Vol.1, #14 Oct/Nov/Dec 1966 in the United Kingdom; RIMROCK SLP-3001 The original [1st Press] sleeve has the same sleeve and details as SMILEY SLP-3001, but in place of Smiley Records, WDBJ-TV, Roanoke, Va., the sleeve has Rimrock Records, Concord, Arkansas. Red label with Black print. Released July 1966; RIMROCK SLP-3001 The [2nd Press] sleeve has a [farmhouse/out buildings/path/trees/hill range/fence/grass field] scene with the title of RED SMILEY AND The Bluegrass Cutups Sings 18 Of Their Most Requested Gospel Songs; RIMROCK SLP-3001 The [3rd Press] sleeve has a [the white house/lawn/pond/fountains/flowers/trees] scene with the same title as the 2nd Press. Yellow label with Black print; RIMROCK SLP-3001 was re-released on OLD HOMESTEAD OHCS-120 with the title of RED SMILEY and the Bluegrass Cutups-Most Requested Gospel Songs” which was reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.14, #3 September 1979)
Rural Rhythm R.R.R.S.-160 21 Bluegrass Favorites: Roll On Buddy Roll On; Summertime Is Past And Gone; Big Sandy River; Take This Hammer; Wreck Of The No.9; Let The Church Roll On; Short Life; Shady Love; Little Maggie; 900 Miles; Silver Bells; Oh Monah; Tupelo County Jail; Black Eyed Susan; Fallen Leaf; Something Got Hold; Little Birdie; In The Pines; Darlin' Corey; I'm Working On A Building; Somebody Touched Me – 01-67 (reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.2, #10 April 1967)
Rural Rhythm R.R.R.S.-182 20 More Bluegrass Favorites: There Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone; It's Raining Here This Morning; The Pale Horse And His Rider; Plant Some Flowers By My Grave; Prisoner's Dream; Take Me In The Life Boat; Budden On Earth To Bloom In Heaven; I'll Be No Stranger There; The Man Of Galilee; Beautiful Life; Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine; Banks Of The Ohio; Drifting Too Far From The Shore; I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail; Baby Girl; Katy Hill; Little Glass Of Wine;Prosperity Special;Living The Right Life Now;Thirty Pieces Of Silver – 07-67 (reissued on RHY 182 in 1999)
Rural Rhythm RRTT-193 Fiddling Favorites of USA & Canada: Lee Sutton Special; Little Home in West Virginia; Sugar Tree Stomp; Land of Jubilo; Lisa Lynn Waltz; Colonial Breakdown; Gateway Two Step; Teetotalers Reel; Lost Indian; Hell Among the Yearlings; Lone Star Rag; London Hornpipe; Wind that Shakes the Barley; Snow Deer; Maple Sugar; Blue Water Hornpipe; Whiskey Before Breakfast; Chippewa Breakdown; Sugar in the Gourd; Sweet Tater Reel - 67
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E.M.-198 The Legendary J.E. Mainer. Vol.3: Seven And A Half; Devilish Mary; Hannah; Baby Buntin; Ride Old Buck To Water; Casey Jones; Arkansas Traveler; Change In Business All Around; Polly Put The Kettle On; Shady Grove; Old Blind Horse; Papa's Billy Goat; Burglar Man; Don't Tax The Gals; Eleven Cents Cotton; Home Sweet Home; Shortenin' Bread; Johnny Get Your Gun; I Had An Old Grey Mare; Alabama Camp Meeting – 02-68 J. E. Mainer, Red Smiley (rev. in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.2, #10 April 1968)
Rural Rhythm RRJE-197 Jim Eanes/20 Bluegrass Favorites: Sparkling Blue Eyes; Molly Darling; Yum Yum Blues; Everybody Does It In Hawaii; I Ain't Got Nobody; Keep A Light In Your Window; Gambling Polka Dot Blues; Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues; Do You Ever Think Of Me; She's Still That Old Sweetheart Of Mine; Whistling Rufus; Carolina Sunshine Girl; Love Me Now; Time Changes Everything; Lover's Lane; Broken Engagement; My Mother Was A Lady; There'll Come A Time; Budded Roses; Sally Goodin - 03-68 w. Jim Eanes (rev. in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.2, #11 May 1968)
Rural Rhythm RRRS-211 20 Old Time Favorites, Vol. 3: Dirty Dishes; I Only Want A Buddy; Dear Old Dixie;
Let's The Rest Of The World Go; Rock About My Sarah Jane; Old Pal; When Our Lord Shall Come; Dying Soldier; Garden In The Sky; Little Red School House; I Never See Maggie Alone; Red Wing; Philadelphia Lawyer; Prayer Bells Of Heaven; Take Your Blues; Coney Isle; Just Tell Them That You Saw Me; Old Gospel Ship; My Farm; Bring It On Down To My House Honey – ca 12-68 (rev. n Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.3, #8 February 1969; reissued in 1997 on RHY-211 20 Old Time Favorites)
Red Seas [JAP] GT-6025 Red Smiley & the Blue Grass Cutups: (tracks unknown) - 74
Old Homestead OHCD-4120 Most Requested Gospel Songs: Old Joe Clark; Stoney's Waltz; Mule Skinner Blues; Tupelo County Jail; Jimmy's Thing; Fire On The Mountain; Dream; Bo Jangles; Old Chunk Of Coal; Gospel Medley; Orange Blossom Special; Rawhide; It Ain't Me Babe; Nine Pound Hammer; Busted; May I Sleep In Your Barn; Tonight Mister; Ruby; I Am The Grass; Blues Stay Away From Me; Rovin' Gambler; Everybody Loves A Nut; Bury Me Beneath The Willow; Under The Double Eagle; Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms – 99 (Rimrock tracks)
Sound Stop 007 Red Smiley & the Blue Grass Cutups Sings Country: Look What I`ve Turned to Today; Stop Me; Old Has Been; Best Female Actress Of the Year; False Impressions; The Hurt; Wild Honey; My World; Your Love; Wailing Wall - 05
Rural Rhythm RHY-314 The Best Of Red Smiley: Essential Original Masters: Roll On Buddy; Rock About My Saro Jane; The Old Gospel Ship; Little Glass Of Wine; Katy Hill; Oh! Monah; Take This Hammer; Take Me In Your Lifeboat; Shady Grove; It's Raining Here This Morning; Short Side Of Trouble; Somebody Touched Me; Darlin' Corey; Dear Old Dixie; Wreck Of Old No. 9; When Our Lord Shall Come Again; Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone; Banks Of The Ohio; Coney Isle; Working On A Building; Little Birdie; In The Pines; 900 Miles; I'll Be No Stranger There; Salt Creek – 07-11-06

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.